#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-11-26

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[0:37] <jeek> Does the Pi Zero W have hardware decoding for h.264?
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[3:55] <garth> anyone can point toward an inexpensive (preferably <40$), 5-9" LCD touch screen that uses USB for the touch connection? (resistive/capacitive doesn't matter)
[3:55] <garth> I've been looking around and I can't seem to find
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[4:11] <stiv> is that because they don't exist?
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[4:12] <garth> I remember seeing some around mid june, didn't buy because I didn't need any at that time
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[4:24] <ball> Is the 2B ARM6 or ARM7?
[4:25] <friendofafriend> It's ARMv7.
[4:25] <stiv> seems like it would take a bunch of circuitry to go from USB to pixels
[4:25] <ball> Thanks friendofafriend
[4:25] <friendofafriend> Welcome, ball.
[4:27] <garth> stiv: I meant USB only for the touch connection, standard hdmi for the video
[4:27] <ball> I'm going to try to make my Pi 2B work again.
[4:27] <stiv> garth, ah
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[4:30] <analogist> garth: you can always try on ebay if you're cost sensitive
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[4:31] <analogist> garth: for the most part you'll get the same thing as the retailers that have curated it for you, but it's a calculated risk. otherwise I think sparkfun/adafruit will be selling 7" HDMI/USB touchscreens with controllers in the 60-70 range, I think
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[4:35] <garth> analogist: yeah, money is tight on this project. Ebay is last resort with me as I tend to have bad luck, hence my asking during black friday/cyber monday period hoping someone saw something that would fit the bill
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[4:43] <d0rm0us3> https://www.adafruit.com/product/2407
[4:44] <ball> One of the perks of the Foundation case is being able to pop the sunroof and shine a light on the SoC
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[4:49] <ball> Looks like I have the older 2B with BCM8236.
[4:55] <PhotoJim> so what you're saying is, you needed to look to see what you had. 2B or not 2B, that is the question?
[4:57] * ball groans
[4:57] <PhotoJim> Sorry. I couldn't resist.
[4:57] <PhotoJim> It had to be done.
[4:58] <ball> That was too good an opportunity to miss. ;-)
[4:59] <PhotoJim> Heh. Yes, it was. :)
[4:59] <ball> Technically I wanted to see whether it was a a BCM2836 (ARMv7) or BCM2837 (ARMv8)
[4:59] <ball> Mine's a few years old, so it's the former.
[4:59] <PhotoJim> I should really inventory all the Pis I have. I think I have one from pretty much every generation.
[4:59] <ball> I want two more of those and a 3B+
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[5:04] * ball googles for 30cm microUSB cables.
[5:10] <ball> Found 45cm cables. They'll do.
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[5:19] <DanielTheFox> it looks like the green ACT LED on my Pi 3 B+ has faster response than the red PWR LED
[5:21] <DanielTheFox> depending on what you set the trigger to, the green LED responds immediately, sometimes at the point of being PWM'ed and lowering the brightness to half or even less
[5:22] <DanielTheFox> the red LED is not that fast, it cannot be PWM'ed, it choses being full ON
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[6:12] <DanielTheFox> if the red PWR LED shuts down (due to low voltage), can it turn on again without rebooting if the input voltage gets fixed during runtime?
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[6:13] <DanielTheFox> say, the computer somehow draws 1 A during power up and overloads the low-quality phone charge, making it lose voltage quickly and making the PWR LED shutdown
[6:14] <DanielTheFox> once it boots up properly and saves power as it should, the RPi uses less current (say, 750 mA) and the cheap phone charger is no longer overloaded, it is now really throwing away 5V
[6:14] <JK-47> hopefully the charger can only provide a set amount with aa regulator, and not allow more amperage than it's rated for, otherwise it may catch fire.
[6:14] <DanielTheFox> well, the charger is rated for 1A
[6:15] <DanielTheFox> but it's one of those that quickly fall short on voltage as you start loading them up
[6:15] <JK-47> throw it out if it's shifting voltage
[6:15] <Lartza> Uhhh, yeah. Get a proper power supply
[6:15] <DanielTheFox> ...ok
[6:16] <Lartza> You're just slowly corrupting data at best
[6:16] <JK-47> usb isnt something that likes variable voltage outside of very special conditions (chip enabled quickcharge circuits)
[6:16] <DanielTheFox> I was just wondering if the red PWR LED turns on once the voltage (somehow) comes back to normal
[6:17] <JK-47> if led goes off, while current is still being drawn though at a lower voltage or amperage than needed, major bad things are happening.
[6:19] <DanielTheFox> oh, in case this changes the scenario (probably not, maybe it's worsening it), I'm using a USB flashdrive as a boot device (my microSD cards went to strike when I tried to flash them with the official raspbian disk image)
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[6:20] <JK-47> zero out the sd and reflash it.
[6:20] <DanielTheFox> ...or 0xFF it?
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[6:21] <JK-47> dd if=/dev/zero of=/your/SDcard bs=1M
[6:21] <DanielTheFox> this NAND stuff seems to have bits set high by default, they can be programmed to low, but they require a flash if I want to bring them back to high
[6:23] <DanielTheFox> ok, gtg, sleep
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[8:42] <swensson> If I remember correctly, there is like a "film" that you can put on any screen to make it act as a touchscreen or am I totally lost?
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[8:46] <swensson> "interactive touch foil" found it =)
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[9:48] <im0nde> Hi, I just got a Raspi 3 B+ and want to get Arch onto it. Reading around there seem to be some problems regading the ARMv8, is that still an issue? Looking at this: https://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv8/broadcom/raspberry-pi-3 which of the two installation methods is the recommended one for the 3B+ ?
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[9:50] <shiftplusone> im0nde: there's no official support from RPT for AArch64
[9:50] <shiftplusone> and the VC4 driver is experimental
[9:50] <shiftplusone> A lot of hardware accelerated applications won't work
[9:51] <im0nde> So.. install the v7?
[9:51] <shiftplusone> I would, unless you have a specific reason to use AArch64
[9:51] <im0nde> No, just didn't know if using v7 on a v8 has any drawbacks
[9:53] <im0nde> What would be "specific reasons" to use AArch64?
[9:53] <shiftplusone> Some applications require 64bit support. MongoDB usually comes up
[9:53] <Lartza> and PHP with big files
[9:54] <Lartza> (>2GB)
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[10:18] <styl1te> hello i'm trying to connect a pi zero to a pi 3 so i can have two cameras, but i am having trouble with networking. i got to the point where i can ssh to the pi zero, however the usb0 device is entered as a default gateway in the routing table of the pi 3 so the pi 3 cannot connect to the internet over the usual wlan0
[10:18] <styl1te> it works if i manually re-add the preferred gateway but i wonder how to do this properly in raspbian using the network configuration files
[10:19] <gordonDrogon> stick a wi-fi dongle on the Pi 0?
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[10:19] <shiftplusone> styl1te: set the 'metric' for wlan0 lower in dhcpcd.conf
[10:20] <styl1te> shiftplusone: thanks
[10:20] <shiftplusone> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=189582#p1192735
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[10:21] <styl1te> restarting dhcp didn't fix it but i'm rebooting...
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[10:23] <styl1te> yeah that didn't do it either, maybe wlan0 needs a higher metric?
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[10:24] <styl1te> hmm not according to your thread
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[10:25] <styl1te> here is 'ip route' http://ix.io/1utF
[10:26] <styl1te> i note there is no 'metric' in the first line
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[10:28] <shiftplusone> what does your dhcpcd config file look like now?
[10:29] <styl1te> http://ix.io/1utH
[10:30] <shiftplusone> and after running 'sudo systemctl restart dhcpcd' usb0 still has no metric?
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[10:30] <styl1te> yeah
[10:31] <styl1te> the second usb0 has a metric (line 3) but not line 1 where it is link-local
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[10:33] <Arahael> What should I be concerned about if I have undervoltage?
[10:33] <styl1te> also it keeps dropping the wifi connection
[10:33] <shiftplusone> styl1te: damn. No idea then.
[10:33] <Arahael> (Using a "regular' USB port, not the official power supply, though I'll most likely return to the power supply)
[10:33] <shiftplusone> Arahael: yes, you can get flaky behaviour like sd card corruption, random crashes and so on.
[10:34] <shiftplusone> But it's not damaging the pi, so if it's working fine for you...
[10:34] <styl1te> i guess i'll give up and just use one camera for now. i was following these instructions and it sounded like i wouldn't encounter any issues after getting the pi's to talk to each other https://gist.github.com/gbaman/975e2db164b3ca2b51ae11e45e8fd40a
[10:34] <Arahael> shiftplusone: sd card corruption sounds awful!
[10:34] <Arahael> shiftplusone: I'll shift it now. :)
[10:35] <BurtyB> styl1te, do you have anything in /etc/network/interfaces?
[10:35] <styl1te> BurtyB: no
[10:36] <styl1te> gordonDrogon: i don't have a wifi dongle (sorry for the delay)
[10:38] <gordonDrogon> styl1te, no wories.
[10:38] <gordonDrogon> (get a Pi 0W then :)
[10:39] <styl1te> yeah... this was a gift from a friend. i kind of wanted them to operate as one unit
[10:41] <styl1te> (also i don't like wifi :p)
[10:42] <gordonDrogon> like it or now, you're surrounded by it these days. It's not going away...
[10:43] <BurtyB> styl1te, maybe something on your dhcp server as mine looks correct with that config (https://pastebin.com/1Ffh53NZ)
[10:44] <styl1te> BurtyB: thanks that is helpful to have as a reference
[10:45] <styl1te> BurtyB: but i think the issue may be that you have a network device attached to usb0 and i have a pi zero appearing as a network device?
[10:46] <styl1te> because there is no dhcp server running on the pi zero, while it looks like you have a dhcp server assigning IPs to your usb0
[10:46] <BurtyB> styl1te, I have a pi3 connected to the other "end" of usb0
[10:49] <styl1te> but that's not even possible in the same way AIUI because the pi 3 has multiple usb ports
[10:50] <styl1te> https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/59965/91313
[10:50] <styl1te> only the zero supports USB OTG
[10:50] <BurtyB> styl1te, the pizero is the usb gadget end - I figured that's what you was doing?
[10:51] <styl1te> yeah
[10:51] <styl1te> sorry i misunderstood
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[10:53] <styl1te> anyway i don't understand why you have 192. IPS while i have 164.254. like in this SE post https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/85712/91313
[10:53] <styl1te> i guess you gave the PI zero a static address?
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[10:56] <BurtyB> styl1te, ah, I didn't spot that. I'm using a dhcp server to give it the IP and gateway. maybe it's the apipa causing you the issue
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[10:58] <styl1te> you run a dhcp server on the pi 3?
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[11:03] <BurtyB> styl1te, in the example I used no (because I bridge eth0 with usb0 so it gets the IP from the dhcp server on my lan) but you could (I do on a pizero I use as a vpn wifi dongle)
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[11:05] <styl1te> you use brctl?
[11:05] <BurtyB> styl1te, yes
[11:05] <styl1te> that was going to be my second question, i couldn't get the bridge to work
[11:07] <styl1te> i just did "brctl addbr br0" and "brctl addif wlan0 usb0" after enabling ip_forward
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[11:10] <BurtyB> styl1te, you can't bridge wifi
[11:12] <BurtyB> styl1te, if you want pi3 with wifi->internet and usb0 <> pizero usb0 gadget then I'd advise setting up fallback IPs in dhcpcd.conf on both sides for usb0, then NAT usb0 to wlan0 on the pi3
[11:14] <styl1te> thanks so you basically use dhcpcd.conf instead of /etc/network/interfaces?
[11:14] <styl1te> and what do you mean by "NAT usb0 to wlan0"?
[11:15] <styl1te> i'm confused because you said you use brctl, you said you can't bridge wifi, and your paste shows usb0 and wlan0
[11:15] <styl1te> tia
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[11:22] <BurtyB> styl1te, I use ethernet on the pi3 to connect to the rest of the network so i can bridge it
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[11:27] <styl1te> BurtyB: then why does your paste have wlan0 and no eth0 in the output of route?
[11:28] <BurtyB> styl1te, that was just a quick way for me to look at the metric thing
[11:30] <BurtyB> styl1te, something like https://pastebin.com/t8TysSay should allow a pizero (usb gadget) to talk to the internet through wifi on the pi3
[11:30] <BurtyB> err
[11:31] <BurtyB> (with that brint as usb0 - https://pastebin.com/pyx81h2E)
[11:32] <styl1te> BurtyB: thanks you filled in all the details
[11:32] <styl1te> you ever use /etc/network/interfaces?
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[11:32] <styl1te> i thought that was more standard but it looks like dhcpcd.conf is more convenient
[11:33] <styl1te> or maybe i'm confused about the relationship
[11:33] <BurtyB> styl1te, I try not to as dhcpcd is the default on raspbian
[11:33] <styl1te> i see
[11:33] <styl1te> thanks again
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[11:34] <BurtyB> np, hope you get it working as you want :)
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[11:49] <im0nde> shiftplusone: I want to use it for a gitea server. I hope other databases are supported then? sqlite would be enought. Also I need to run nginx
[11:51] <shiftplusone> Then I think either one will work for you. I trust armv7 more because there's somebody I can ask if something doesn't work. With AArch64, you're mostly on your own.
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[11:52] <styl1te> BurtyB: well it works now, there are two little snags: (1) http://ix.io/1utZ ip route still has the link-local entry on top; i added the first route manually to override it (2) less important, i don't have an /etc/iptables/, i figure i just put the iptables commands in /etc/rc.local
[11:53] <styl1te> problem (1) doesn't prevent me from logging in to the pi 3 so i can always fix it manually
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[11:56] <BurtyB> styl1te, strange - did you reboot after changing the config maybe it's there still there from previous config? doh you need to "apt-get install iptables-persistent" (you can say yes to saving existing rules if you've got them setup)
[11:57] <styl1te> yeah i rebooted
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[12:03] <BurtyB> styl1te, that's confusing as there shouldn't be any default route on the usb0 interface on the pi3 if it hasn't been given one in /etc/dhcpcd.conf
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[12:27] <lastaid> hello there, i was wondering if the is a solution to reset the raspberry pi in hardware only, no software interaction needed
[12:27] <lastaid> i have a board which is based on the compute module, i want it to be flashable which someone just connecting to the usb port
[12:28] <gordonDrogon> lastaid, the "Run" input is the reset signal. pull it low to reset the system.
[12:28] <lastaid> thank you!
[12:29] <lastaid> best possible answer :D
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[12:34] <styl1te> BurtyB: the only thing in /etc/systemd on the pi 3 which is not on the pi zero is /etc/systemd/system/dbus-fi.epitest.hostap.WPASupplicant.service, i don't even know where that came from
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[12:34] <styl1te> i don't know what else i should check for
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[14:08] <ShorTie> ordered me a Pi Foundation 7" Display .. :)~
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[14:18] <gordonDrogon> ShorTie, I have a couple :)
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[14:19] <BurtyB> styl1te, I'm not really sure where it's coming from either :(
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[14:33] <ShorTie> Adafruit has a 15% off sale today, so it helped
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[14:44] <chris_99> Hi, i don't think this is possible, but just in case, the Pi can't connect to two SSIDs simultaneously? (3B+)
[14:45] <Khaytsus> If you add a wifi card, should be able to
[14:45] <DanielTheFox> I want to know if it can connect to an access point while being an access point
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[14:50] <BurtyB> DanielTheFox, no idea about the 3b+ but the zero w / 3b can
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[14:57] <Habbie> BurtyB, then surely the + also can :)
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[15:02] <BurtyB> Habbie, pass it's a different ic
[15:03] <Habbie> oh really, ok
[15:04] <BurtyB> yeah, it does 5ghz but the older ones don't
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[15:23] <DanielTheFox> cool
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[15:23] <DanielTheFox> I may try to do that later
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[15:26] <RustyShackleford> whats the best way to add drives to a raspberry pi?
[15:27] <RustyShackleford> usb enclosure for a laptop drives seems hacky for some reason. Is that my best option?
[15:27] <RustyShackleford> perhaps I should build a real computer for my media server
[15:28] <DanielTheFox> RustyShackleford: are you using that drive as the boot drive for the raspberry pi?
[15:28] <DanielTheFox> most likely you aren't
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[15:28] <RustyShackleford> nope storage for content
[15:28] <RustyShackleford> OS can run on the SD card
[15:29] <DanielTheFox> literally all USB hard disk drives are that
[15:29] <DanielTheFox> laptop drives behind a USB-to-SATA adapter
[15:29] <DanielTheFox> a USB enclosure for laptop disk drives are not that different
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[15:29] <DanielTheFox> *is not
[15:29] <RustyShackleford> well I mean, a more pro setup would connect the drive right to sata
[15:30] <DanielTheFox> probably
[15:31] <DanielTheFox> the only trouble you may find is that the disk drive asks for too much amps
[15:31] <DanielTheFox> perhaps more than what the USB port can provide
[15:31] <RustyShackleford> yeah I was wondering about power requirements as well
[15:31] <RustyShackleford> maybe I should just build a real computer for my plex server
[15:31] <DanielTheFox> and what are you gonna do with the RPi?
[15:31] <RustyShackleford> but I have this pi that i've never used
[15:31] <DanielTheFox> low-power personal computer?
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[15:31] <RustyShackleford> paperweight?
[15:31] <DanielTheFox> ...?
[15:31] <RustyShackleford> its neat but I haven't found a use for this haha
[15:32] <DanielTheFox> then give it to me :p
[15:32] <DanielTheFox> I can find uses for literally any working device that comes to my hands
[15:33] <RustyShackleford> pi-hole seems interesting
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[15:34] <DanielTheFox> I prefer the idea of a SSH/WEB server
[15:34] <DanielTheFox> the CPU is fairly powerful
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[15:34] <RustyShackleford> storage seems to be the weak point
[15:34] <RustyShackleford> any better options than usb?
[15:35] <DanielTheFox> hmm, I don't think so
[15:35] <DanielTheFox> you can put a big (128 GB or more) USB3 flashdrive (not HDD) on the RPi, and it'll like it
[15:35] <DanielTheFox> flashdrives are like slow SSD, and take less power
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[15:42] <RustyShackleford> I'd like closer to 1TB of space
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[15:44] <DanielTheFox> ok
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[15:45] <DanielTheFox> then I'd say it's further than what you expect from the RPi
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[15:45] <DanielTheFox> AFAIK, Linux doesn't mind if the HDD (or any compatible connected storage device) is USB or not
[15:45] <DanielTheFox> it's a "block storage device" after all
[15:45] <Habbie> USB won't care much about the size of the disk - other than, again, power requirements
[15:46] <DanielTheFox> however, your concern about power requirements is real, so maybe that's enough to advise you to use a more powerful computer for that
[15:46] <Habbie> power requirements can be solved by powering the disk separately, you don't need to buy a whole other computer just for that reason
[15:47] <DanielTheFox> that depends tho
[15:47] <DanielTheFox> not all HDD have double USB connector
[15:47] <Habbie> i said separately
[15:47] <DanielTheFox> actually, only those enclosures designed for USB2 do
[15:47] <Habbie> most non-laptop sized USB disks come with their own power supply
[15:47] <DanielTheFox> well, yes
[15:48] <DanielTheFox> they are energy hogs after all
[15:48] <Habbie> well i wouldn't go that far, just somewhat more than a pi is happy to pass through
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[15:49] <DanielTheFox> I like the idea of an RPi for a web server
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[15:57] <fs31> Hey, is there any instruction about how can I compile the raspbian myself?
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[16:00] <fs31> Is this tool trustable ? https://github.com/RPi-Distro/pi-gen
[16:00] <shiftplusone> trustable in what sense?
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[16:01] <Habbie> fs31, let's first ask why you want this
[16:03] <fs31> shiftplusone: I need to change something on kernel, simple things for research purposes and build a raspbian image. It's only a step of my research, I shouldn't take so long to make it work. I mean trustable in the sense I can use it without the fear of generate a broken image
[16:03] <fs31> or something unusable
[16:03] <Habbie> well, it doesn't have a million users, so i'd say you'd be quite likely to find bugs
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[16:04] <shiftplusone> I wrote it and use it to generate the official images. I can't promise it won't burn your house down.
[16:04] <Habbie> well there's the best endorsement you can have
[16:04] <shiftplusone> There's docker support, which should help keep fires confined.
[16:05] <Habbie> oh nice
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[16:06] <fs31> oh, you use it to generate the official images. That's nice! So, it should be the perfect tool!
[16:07] <DanielTheFox> ...or simply download the official images? I dunno...
[16:07] <DanielTheFox> I believe you have a reason to use your own built source
[16:08] <shiftplusone> Yes, but it doesn't have much in the way of catching and recovering from errors. It mostly just assumes everything will be fine and falls over without error handling if it isn't.
[16:08] <fs31> It should be fine!
[16:09] <fs31> I'm a master's student and I need to save some data from the mac80211 framework
[16:10] <fs31> I'm not changing so much things, but I guess, because mac80211 is in the kernel, there is no other way, but building a image from source
[16:11] <Habbie> i trust one could also replace just the kernel
[16:11] <Habbie> on an existing image
[16:12] <fs31> Habbie : really?! I have never done that, how hard is it do be done?
[16:13] <shiftplusone> I think pi-gen would be more of hindrance in that case. Since instead of just building the kernel and modules, you'll also need to figure out how to add it to pi-gen and then run through the whole image build process, which takes a while.
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[16:14] <BurtyB> fs31, as easy as https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/linux/kernel/building.md
[16:14] <JK-47> fs31: what are you actually trying to accomplish, or why do you need a "mac80211 frame"?
[16:15] <fs31> BurtyB, shiftplusone: ooh, so it's easier to replace the kernel. interesting
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[16:17] <fs31> JK-47: The goal of my research is to collect data from daily use and distinguish which type of transmissions is happening mostly in my WLAN
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[16:18] <JK-47> So how does that exactly correspond to the mac80211 subsystem in the kernel? Since that subsystem is just one of a few that handles the overall networking
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[16:19] <JK-47> "Most" is not a completely formed concept to what may be required or useful for a certain audience.
[16:20] <fs31> JK-47: mac80211 handles a queue of frames to be transmitted from the station, that's what I'm interested in.
[16:20] <JK-47> it does much more
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[16:22] <fs31> JK-47: You're right. I'm going to analyse the results later and check if the behaviour of the frames going from the station matches the frames arriving on it
[16:23] <JK-47> "behaviour"?
[16:24] <JK-47> More like, what's the RFC to be applied here? Did this frame hold to it? Yes. Yes it did
[16:26] <fs31> JK-47: No. I'm trying to see which kind of transmission the WLAN would have the opportunity to use if the WLAN was a Full Duplex one.
[16:26] <JK-47> fs31: read the material by Johannes Martin Berg at intel on it
[16:27] <fs31> JK-47: I'll classify the behaviour on opportunity to symmetric and asymmetric transmissions.
[16:27] <JK-47> Berg has coded most of mac80211 and mac80211-next
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[16:28] <fs31> JK-47: Aha. Do you know any particular reference I could read? Or do you mean for me to read his material in general?
[16:28] <JK-47> youll see a few pdfs searching. and then his code comments
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[16:29] <fs31> I have read some docs written by him, but I didn't find a proper explanation of some parts, like the rx and tx paths on mac80211. I learned a lot from the code though.
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[16:30] <fs31> JK-47: Thanks for pointing that out!!
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[16:50] <lasserix> my usb video output broke for my windows dev machine, is there some way i can turn my extra monitor into a wireless display device windows can use an extra display device using the rpi?
[16:51] <lasserix> as in i just want to extend the display surface
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[16:55] <Khaytsus> for what? pi? windows? Your question is a bit confusing.
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[16:58] <DanielTheFox> Khaytsus: he seems to complain about that monitor (somehow) not being compatible with his windows dev machine
[16:58] <DanielTheFox> and using the RPi as a bridge (perhaps over bluetooth or WiFi) to make that monitor compatible
[16:58] <DanielTheFox> I don't know how that works, that's just what I get from whatever he said
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[17:37] <chris_99> Hi, does anyone know if there's a simpler way other than vgencmd to see if a camera on the pi is present?
[17:37] <chris_99> like testing if a file exists
[17:38] <pksato> test if /dev/video0 exists?
[17:40] <chris_99> that doesn't seem to exist with a camera apparently
[17:40] <chris_99> (pi camera)
[17:40] <akk> I think that tests for webcams but not for the picamera?
[17:41] <waveform> that tests for a V4L2 source; it can work for the pi's camera module, but only if you load the ... erm ... v4l2_bcm2835 module (I think? I've probably got that module name wrong)
[17:42] <akk> Good idea, though, check lsmod to see if there's a picam-related module loaded.
[17:42] <waveform> ah, sudo modprobe bcm2835-v4l2 apparently (I was close :)
[17:42] <akk> (I don't have a pi with camera attached to check right now.)
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[17:44] <friendofafriend> I believe you use "vcgencmd get_camera".
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[17:44] <friendofafriend> Oh "a simpler way", sorry. :)
[17:44] <Khaytsus> chris_99: I have a variety of usb webcam and native cam and I just gave up and made a simple file that defines what the thing is and the init scripts are all common and use that
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[17:44] <Khaytsus> But doing it all common would be better if you have a variety
[17:45] <chris_99> i have to detect this really at runtime easily alas, i'm gonna do: vcgencmd get_camera and capture the stdout i guess
[17:45] <chris_99> i only care about pi caemras tho
[17:45] <Khaytsus> Yeah I guess you could do vcgencmd get_camera and if it says 0 you could look for /dev/video0 for usb
[17:45] <chris_99> mm
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[17:50] <akk> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28326986/autodetect-raspberry-pi-camera has a code snippet that does that. Nobody seems to know of a better way.
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[17:56] <chris_99> mm, i'm gonna do that in C
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[19:02] <daveo> Hi, I am trying to enable cpuset cgroups on a Pi Zero W
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[20:05] <DanielTheFox> hmm
[20:05] <DanielTheFox> I didn't notice until now
[20:05] <DanielTheFox> there is only tty1, tty3, tty5
[20:05] <Habbie> that's odd.
[20:05] <Habbie> it's also not true on my pi
[20:07] <DanielTheFox> if I push Ctrl+Alt+F2, F4 or F6, the screen freezes with screen's last contents (i.e. the terminal is still "there", but it stops updating and the cursor disappears)
[20:07] <Habbie> ah, like that
[20:07] <DanielTheFox> if that helps, I'm using a SPI LCD touchscreen (except I don't use the "touch" feature
[20:08] <DanielTheFox> I don't use lightdm (but it's installed, in case I decide it's a good idea to bring it on)
[20:09] <DanielTheFox> the SPI LCD screen is located on /dev/fb1 (fb0 is unused, that belongs to composite/HDMI outputs, which won't be used anymore)
[20:10] <DanielTheFox> it's a 3.5" one, 480x320
[20:10] <DanielTheFox> if I do ls /dev/tty*, all the tty terminals are there
[20:11] <DanielTheFox> but, as I said, tty2, tty4 and tty6 are not working
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[20:11] <DanielTheFox> any idea of what's going on?
[20:11] <Habbie> i have no clue, sorry
[20:12] <DanielTheFox> most touchscreen users don't even care about the tty terminals, so I can't find information from them
[20:12] <DanielTheFox> and regular users don't find troubles with the tty terminals... they can use all six terminals
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[20:25] <tichun> Hello. Powering Pi is PITA ;) I can feel it slowing due to low power, it loses wifi due to power, tv, stutters in retropie. Meanwhile supplies cost half the price of pi3 in my country. And even then I'm not convinced they are reliable :D. My current one is 2.1a 5v yet I guess main problem is due to unstable voltage, right?
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[20:30] <Tenkawa> davr0s: I assume you are a dw fan?
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[20:40] <davr0s> Tenkawa I'm a daleks/davros fan primarily. those do occur in 'dr who'. i like some other episodes aswell
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[20:44] <Tenkawa> heheheh
[20:45] <Tenkawa> I've watched the whole world/series since the 70's
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[22:02] <phinxy> Of course they come up with a new video encoding (265) when we got a perfectly fine 264.
[22:04] <DanielTheFox> wut
[22:04] <Lartza> That's like years old news? :P
[22:04] <Lartza> Also it cuts filesize in half
[22:04] <Lartza> And don't forget about vp8/9
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[22:17] <i-make-robots> hi! I'm trying to install and run a python module (https://github.com/rarcega/instagram-scraper). it installs but won't run because I'm stupid. can I please get a hint how to make it go?
[22:17] <i-make-robots> my active python version is 2.7.13 and the scraper installed on 3.5
[22:18] <stiv> py versions must match
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[22:20] <i-make-robots> stiv ok! so... should I run a virtualenv? alias in .bashrc to change the default version? IDK.
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[22:37] <Lartza> i-make-robots, You always run a virtualenv?
[22:37] <Lartza> Or I guess not if you pip --user install
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[22:49] <stiv> you could try running it as python3 instagram-scraper
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