#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-11-30

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[0:01] * antismoke (~antismoke@174.46.62.9) Quit (Quit: (quiting time!))
[0:01] * audiopath (~audiopath@2a02:8388:6a84:3700:f14d:6902:5373:1347) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[0:04] * MacGeek (~BSD@host19-1-dynamic.13-87-r.retail.telecomitalia.it) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[0:06] * davr0s (~textual@host109-155-175-220.range109-155.btcentralplus.com) Quit (Quit: My MacBook Pro has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
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[0:16] * defsdoor (~Andrew@cpc120600-sutt6-2-0-cust232.19-1.cable.virginm.net) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[0:25] * Megaf (~Megaf@unaffiliated/megaf) Quit (Quit: No Ping reply in 60 seconds.)
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[0:46] * YuGiOhJCJ (~YuGiOhJCJ@gateway/tor-sasl/yugiohjcj) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[0:46] * clackety (~clackety@gateway/tor-sasl/clackety) Quit (Ping timeout: 256 seconds)
[0:46] * YuGiOhJCJ (~YuGiOhJCJ@gateway/tor-sasl/yugiohjcj) has joined #raspberrypi
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[0:58] * Toadisattva (~Toadisatt@gateway/tor-sasl/toadisattva) Quit (Quit: Leaving)
[1:02] * RustyShackleford (uid236774@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-bwjsyxtrohypwrga) has joined #raspberrypi
[1:04] * finalbeta (~finalbeta@ptr-e2o38d3vamjsb1ezw1f.18120a2.ip6.access.telenet.be) Quit (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
[1:08] * clackety (~clackety@gateway/tor-sasl/clackety) Quit (Ping timeout: 256 seconds)
[1:10] * \\Mr_C\\ (mrc@cpe-75-187-160-45.neo.res.rr.com) Quit (Quit: (Read error: Connection reset by beer))
[1:10] * yang_ (~yang@freenode/sponsor/fsf.member.yang) Quit (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
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[1:11] * \\Mr_C\\ (mrc@cpe-75-187-160-45.neo.res.rr.com) has joined #raspberrypi
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[1:14] * M6HZ (~M6HZ@mar75-4-82-230-46-11.fbx.proxad.net) Quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
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[1:23] * happysat (~katpoep@s5594c83f.adsl.online.nl) Quit (Quit: Hunger-the-inner-diva)
[1:35] * TheSin (~TheSin@d199-126-165-217.abhsia.telus.net) has joined #raspberrypi
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[1:40] * Syliss (~SylissHob@asa1.digitalpath.net) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[1:40] * Gathis (~TheBlack@unaffiliated/gathis) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[1:55] * dreamcat4 (uid157427@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-evutwhgoxeeojqgo) Quit (Quit: Connection closed for inactivity)
[1:56] * Narrat (~Narrat@p5DCC6CFD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de) Quit (Quit: They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it's not one half so bad as a lot of ignorance.)
[1:56] * graphene (~graphene@46.101.134.251) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
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[2:01] * KevinCarbonara (~KevinCarb@24-182-177-178.dhcp.stls.mo.charter.com) Quit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
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[2:10] * cccyRegeaneWolfe (~cccyRegea@aa.67.b9d8.ip4.static.sl-reverse.com) Quit (Quit: Ping Timeout)
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[2:13] * I_Died_Once (~I_Died_On@unaffiliated/idiedonce/x-1828535) has joined #raspberrypi
[2:14] * Tobbi (~Tobbi@supertux/tobbi) Quit (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
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[2:17] * happysat (~katpoep@s5594c83f.adsl.online.nl) has joined #raspberrypi
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[2:28] * hijackeel (~weechat@gateway/tor-sasl/hijackeel) has joined #raspberrypi
[2:37] * redstarcomrade (~quassel@cpe-104-175-255-182.socal.res.rr.com) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[2:49] * sublevel (~sublevel@gateway/tor-sasl/sublevel) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[2:50] * tkk_ (~tkk@87.116.180.74) Quit (Quit: Leaving)
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[2:59] * davr0s (~textual@host109-155-175-220.range109-155.btcentralplus.com) Quit (Quit: My MacBook Pro has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
[3:01] * H3RB4L15T (~CRC@p200300D623C704000D6F2CD2C985F3D8.dip0.t-ipconnect.de) Quit (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
[3:01] * davr0s (~textual@host109-155-175-220.range109-155.btcentralplus.com) has joined #raspberrypi
[3:01] * davr0s (~textual@host109-155-175-220.range109-155.btcentralplus.com) Quit (Client Quit)
[3:04] * finalbeta (~finalbeta@ptr-e2o38d3vamjsb1ezw1f.18120a2.ip6.access.telenet.be) has joined #raspberrypi
[3:04] * vstehle (~vstehle@rqp06-1-88-178-86-202.fbx.proxad.net) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[3:04] * jakent (~john@pool-71-127-52-40.washdc.fios.verizon.net) has joined #raspberrypi
[3:05] * learningc (~learningc@mti-37-145.tm.net.my) Quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
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[3:07] * YuGiOhJCJ (~YuGiOhJCJ@gateway/tor-sasl/yugiohjcj) Quit (Quit: YuGiOhJCJ)
[3:09] * nyov is now known as Guest44782
[3:09] * Guest44782 (~nyov@unaffiliated/nyov) Quit (Killed (cherryh.freenode.net (Nickname regained by services)))
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[3:23] * hijackeel (~weechat@gateway/tor-sasl/hijackeel) Quit (Quit: hijackeel)
[3:26] * jakent (~john@pool-71-127-52-40.washdc.fios.verizon.net) Quit (Quit: jakent)
[3:27] * captain118 (uid167508@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-pliqdxuxlxggouzx) Quit (Quit: Connection closed for inactivity)
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[3:50] * slv (~slv@209.6.49.147) Quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
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[3:58] * deathonater is now known as Smeef
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[3:58] * SpeedEvil is now known as Guest93507
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[4:30] <DanielTheFox> hmm
[4:31] * Senicar (~Senicar@gateway/tor-sasl/senicar) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[4:32] * Jigsy (~Jigsy@unaffiliated/jigsy) Quit (Disconnected by services)
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[4:34] * Jigsy` is now known as Jigsy
[4:35] * mlelstv (~mlelstv@hoppa.1st.de) Quit (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
[4:36] * Zythyr (~Zythyr@host-128-227-249-30.xlate.ufl.edu) Quit ()
[4:36] <command0> user
[4:36] <DanielTheFox> pi
[4:37] * BitEvil is now known as SpeedEvil
[4:38] * command0 (~command0@dynamic-186-29-159-140.dynamic.etb.net.co) has left #raspberrypi
[4:39] <ball> I like Pi.
[4:39] <DanielTheFox> 3.1416
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[4:56] <ball> Am I right in thinking there isn't an English language Raspberry Pi podcast at the moment?
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[11:04] <whodat> whats the best way to auto play music when a bluetooth speaker connects ?
[11:05] <whodat> i tried to rig it up in /usr/lib/udev/bluetooth
[11:05] <whodat> but that process dies after a song or two plays..
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[11:05] <whodat> which kills my mpg123 process
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[11:09] <chris_99> 'but that process dies after a song or two plays..'
[11:09] <chris_99> why so?
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[11:11] <whodat> /usr/lib/udev/bluetooth is only ran for a short period i believe by bluez
[11:11] <whodat> it just a script that helps with auto pairing
[11:11] <chris_99> oh hmm
[11:12] <whodat> thinking i might be better off just finding or trying to make a script to plug in a crontab entry to make it play 24/7
[11:13] <whodat> but was trying not to waste energy unless there is a bluetooth connection for the speakers to receive the output
[11:13] <BurtyB> if it triggers udev could you configure it to run the player on action=add and then kill it on action=remove?
[11:13] <whodat> thats what i was trying to do BurtyB
[11:14] <whodat> but i never added a killer in it , yet it was getting killed not long after a song or two played..
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[11:14] <chris_99> do you mind pasting how you launched it, i'm curious how you did it
[11:15] <whodat> sure..
[11:15] <whodat> done
[11:15] <whodat> fi
[11:15] <whodat> if [ "$ACTION" = "remove" ]
[11:15] <whodat> er
[11:16] <whodat> client ate a line
[11:16] <whodat> ill pastebin it entirely
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[11:17] <whodat> https://pastebin.com/Y3dPcy7W
[11:18] <whodat> i just added the one mpg123 line in there..
[11:19] <whodat> and that is this process:
[11:19] <whodat> .root 24840 0.0 0.5 3476 2564 ? S 04:17 0:00 /bin/bash /usr/lib/udev/bluetooth
[11:19] <whodat> but its gonna die soon
[11:19] <whodat> and my mpg123 process will go with it..
[11:20] <chris_99> could you try daemonizing it
[11:20] <whodat> just died
[11:20] <whodat> lol
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[11:23] <chris_99> i was wondering, if the BT conneection still remains active would: nohup mpg123 ..... & work
[11:24] <whodat> ya the bt stays connected
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[11:25] <whodat> let me try it
[11:26] <whodat> oh maybe i can just add a &
[11:26] <chris_99> yeah possibly just &
[11:26] <whodat> testing
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[11:27] <whodat> turned bluetooth process to this:
[11:27] <whodat> root 25154 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? Z 04:27 0:00 [bluetooth] <defunct>
[11:28] <whodat> heh
[11:28] <chris_99> haha
[11:28] <chris_99> darn
[11:28] <whodat> working so far
[11:28] <whodat> not sure if its gonna kill it tho
[11:29] <whodat> thats just with &
[11:30] <chris_99> mm
[11:30] <whodat> killed it
[11:30] <chris_99> ok, try nohup then
[11:30] <chris_99> too
[11:30] <chris_99> that's what i normally use instead of screen sometimews
[11:30] <malen> Hello folks!
[11:30] <whodat> trying nohup now
[11:31] <chris_99> good luck
[11:31] <whodat> Hm
[11:31] <whodat> maybe i could screen it
[11:31] <chris_99> nohup is kind of similar really afai
[11:31] <chris_99> *afaik
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[11:31] <malen> Can someone confirm if i left this chan like 5-10 min ago? Seems to be a problem with my rpiZNC...
[11:32] <chris_99> ⇐ malen quit (~malen@dsl-sjkbng11-54fa87-29.dhcp.inet.fi) Ping timeout: 272 seconds
[11:33] <malen> Alright, thanks. Dunno what happened. My RPI got unresponsive
[11:33] <whodat> trying nohup first
[11:33] <whodat> then ill try to add a &, and after ill try screen
[11:33] <chris_99> you need nohup and the &
[11:33] <chris_99> btw
[11:33] <chris_99> afaik know anyway
[11:34] <whodat> --- signoff!#python,#raspberrypi malen (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
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[11:34] <whodat> --- signoff!#python,#raspberrypi malen (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[11:34] <whodat> pinged out
[11:34] <whodat> nohup is working without & right now i think
[11:34] <whodat> heh
[11:34] <chris_99> oh interesting
[11:35] <chris_99> i didn't think nohup backgrounded stuff by default
[11:35] <whodat> well it ran the cmd.
[11:35] <whodat> not sure if its gonna get slaughtered or not tho
[11:35] <whodat> ill know soon
[11:36] <whodat> slaughtered
[11:36] <whodat> trying with & now
[11:36] <whodat> im thinking screen will work if this dont
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[11:39] <whodat> once i get this figured out im yankin speakers out this unit and mounting them in my helmet
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[11:41] <whodat> slaughtered again
[11:41] <whodat> lol
[11:41] <whodat> root 25658 0.0 0.5 14540 2840 ? S 04:38 0:00 /lib/systemd/systemd-udevd
[11:41] <whodat> root 25695 0.0 0.0 0 0 ? Z 04:38 0:00 [bluetooth] <defunct>
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[11:43] <chris_99> and if you don't run mpg123?
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[11:45] <whodat> ?
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[11:46] <whodat> weird..
[11:46] <whodat> i dont think screen ran mpg123
[11:47] <whodat> might of been the &
[11:47] <chris_99> sorry i mean, does bt become defunct
[11:47] <chris_99> if you don't run mpg123
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[11:48] <whodat> no
[11:48] <whodat> dont believe so
[11:49] <chris_99> i'd double check that maybe
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[11:52] <whodat> well it runs and its killed, i believe defunct means that the orig process died and a secondary one is running(mpg123)
[11:52] <whodat> well not died but went in zombie mode
[11:53] <whodat> maybe i could just use this script im injecting into to set a varible somewhere, then have a crontab process check for the varible and play mpg123 when the varible is set
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[11:54] <whodat> i think that might work out better
[11:54] <kempo> hi together. i have a rpi zero w. i want my external ralink wlan dongle to have a static device name like wlan1, because sometimes it just mixes the device names.
[11:55] <whodat> whats in your /etc/network/interfaces ?
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[11:56] <kempo> nothing
[11:56] <kempo> just the include fot interfaces.d/, but there is nothing inside
[11:57] <kempo> i did this with udev rules before, reading the manufacturer id propably, but i dunno how i did this
[11:57] <kempo> just have to google but couldnt find it quickly again
[11:57] <malen> https://rolfblijleven.blogspot.com/2015/02/howto-persistent-device-names-on.html
[11:58] <malen> You basically add some udev rules.
[11:59] <whodat> well
[11:59] <whodat> why dont you have /etc/network/interfaces setup
[11:59] <whodat> like so
[11:59] <malen> Dunno what guide you have read, but that seems like a good one.
[11:59] <whodat> https://pastebin.com/mJJ3Zjpw
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[12:00] <kempo> whodat: that does not regulate the interface names by itself
[12:00] <kempo> i have to associate a device id to a permanent device name
[12:01] <kempo> but malen posted that right link :)
[12:01] <whodat> are you using diff usb dongles?
[12:01] <whodat> mine always comes up as wlan1
[12:02] <chris_99> you can also do it using systemd .link files in systemd/network after turning off predictable network names, you can then bind any name to a MAC
[12:04] <whodat> i cant believe no one has already done what im tryin to do
[12:05] <chris_99> heh
[12:05] <whodat> figured surely someone was using the rpi to bluetooth music nonstop
[12:05] <whodat> :P
[12:05] <chris_99> heh
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[12:05] <chris_99> i use spotify in the car normally now
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[12:06] <whodat> i prefer listening to mp3s of older music
[12:07] <whodat> vs whats on the radio
[12:07] <whodat> and.. my ninja has no radio
[12:07] <whodat> lol
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[12:07] <BurtyB> kempo, if you're on raspbian you can enabled predictable names in the network menu on raspi-config (then change your /e/n/interfaces to match
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[12:08] <chris_99> whodat: oh nice, that's your motorbike?
[12:08] <whodat> yea
[12:08] <whodat> i want to stick the rpi0w under the seat
[12:08] <whodat> and pop these speakers into my helmet
[12:08] <chris_99> cool
[12:08] <whodat> i wanted to try to get the bluetooth buttons functioning too
[12:09] <whodat> but not sure how to do that without coding
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[12:09] <whodat> i ran a python script and was able to get the output of what happens when i press them
[12:10] <whodat> but not sure how to code that into actually doing something
[12:10] <whodat> esp. since im console only ... no X
[12:10] <whodat> i hear that if i had X i could bind them to the keyboard
[12:11] <whodat> but i dont really want X on the rpi0w at least not right now
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[12:11] <whodat> i was thinking maybe ill buy another diff model and perhaps get a screen with X setup on it ... one with more ram..
[12:11] <malen> Uhm, what
[12:12] <whodat> malen: ?
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[12:12] <malen> Uhm, what's this cover plate thingy on top off the 3B+ cpu?
[12:12] <malen> I accidently pressed enter before I had finnished writing.. Lmao :)
[12:12] <chris_99> coverplate?
[12:12] <whodat> not sure im a rpi n00b but i dont run noobs
[12:12] <whodat> :P
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[12:12] <chris_99> oh the silver metal thing?
[12:13] <malen> chris_99: right
[12:13] <whodat> a heatsink?
[12:13] <whodat> heh
[12:13] <chris_99> hmm i'm not sure actually
[12:13] <chris_99> it's got no fins whodat
[12:13] <chris_99> though
[12:13] <whodat> no pic ?
[12:13] <chris_99> https://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-3-model-b-plus
[12:13] <chris_99> look at the chip, it's got a silver metal covering
[12:14] <malen> Is it removable though? Hmm
[12:14] <chris_99> don't think so heh
[12:14] <BurtyB> it's a heat spreader
[12:14] <chris_99> ah
[12:15] <chris_99> not heard that term before
[12:16] <malen> I got a heat sink I've designed myself. I was thinking about using it for a rpi oc-project which I didn't finnish. Now I was thinking about maybe adding it just for lols on the 3b+. But then I noticed the cover plate... I probably should remove it before putting my own design on the CPU. It's probably counterproductive to put a heat sink on a heat spreader or whatever it's called.
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[12:17] <malen> Right now I'm just interested in knowing if I can remove the god damn thing.
[12:18] <malen> Anybody tried? :D
[12:18] <chris_99> heh, that sounds risky
[12:19] <malen> I mean, unless it's glued to the actual CPU I maybe could just try to brute force with a pair of tweezers or something?
[12:19] <ShorTie> malen needs to read the rules !!
[12:19] <BurtyB> malen, why would you want to remove it?
[12:22] <malen> ShorTie: because I sweared one time? Come on.
[12:22] <BurtyB> malen, https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=221732#p1360421
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[12:23] <malen> BurtyB: I mean, adding a heat sink to it is probably worse then removing the heat spreader and then adding the heat sink directly to the CPU?
[12:23] <BurtyB> malen, depends how many you want to kill trying to take it off I guess before you think about that
[12:23] <malen> Just out of a pure thermal conductive perspective.
[12:25] <malen> Oh, ok. Thanks for the link. I guess it's pretty useless to take it off.
[12:26] <ShorTie> you will never get the metal top off the cpu without distroying it
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[13:03] <kempo> i have a script which needs to start after boot when networking level is ready, as root, how can i do this
[13:03] <kempo> whats the best way for a rpi ?
[13:04] <Habbie> kempo, a systemd unit
[13:05] <kempo> what about init.d , Habbie ?
[13:05] <Habbie> i guess that could work
[13:05] <kempo> not familiar with systemd, yet
[13:05] <Habbie> i don't know how well it interacts with systemd's knowledge of when networking is ready these days
[13:05] <Habbie> well, no day like today
[13:05] <whodat> rc.local ?
[13:05] <kempo> ok. i will just check if that works :)
[13:05] <Habbie> whodat, ugh
[13:06] <Habbie> kempo, what kind of script is it?
[13:06] <whodat> Habbie: i need to do the same with mpg123 -Z *.mp3
[13:06] <kempo> i thougt maybe there is some rpi specific option for that or something
[13:06] <whodat> have a better way?
[13:06] <kempo> u never know :)
[13:06] <Habbie> kempo, there is not :)
[13:06] <Habbie> whodat, yes, a systemd unit
[13:06] <whodat> i was trying to plug it into working only when a bluetooth speaker is connected but process keeps getting killed
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[13:07] <whodat> modified /usr/lib/udev/bluetooth
[13:07] <whodat> https://pastebin.com/Y3dPcy7W
[13:07] <Habbie> killed by what?
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[13:07] <whodat> i guess the process was done doing bluetooth stuff and exited
[13:08] <whodat> so it took my child process with it
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[13:08] <whodat> wanted mpg123 to play random mp3s upon bluetooth connected
[13:08] <whodat> instead of having them play nonstop 24/7
[13:09] <whodat> kempo you can make a simple script to check networking and add it in your script
[13:09] <Habbie> 'a simple script to check networking' is very optimistic
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[13:17] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~ shiftplusone
[13:17] <ShorTie> for desktop lite
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[13:48] <malen> What are you guys using your rpi for? I need some inspiration.
[13:49] <Habbie> irc
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[13:57] <gordonDrogon> which Pi ...
[13:58] <gordonDrogon> I have one controlling an oven, one running a PBX, one acting as a serial teminal concentrator ...
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[14:03] <malen> Controlling an oven? How and why?
[14:04] <chris_99> i used one of mine to log mains freq
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[14:16] <nikow> https://pastebin.com/1Hdcb9in One of my Raspberry Pi 3B+ connected to Green Cell Charger is raporting Undervoltage. I changed cables, changed ports in charger and it's always the 'finira' one. My question is, how can i troubleshoot what's the problem? All of pis are connected to WiFi and Ethernet. CPU govern is set to powersave (just to not heat them so much)
[14:17] <nikow> Other question is, one rpi is near another one and one of them is heating up way more than others. I was not thinking that there are SO huge differences between offical raspberry pi.
[14:17] * stiv suspect the operative word is 'Charger'
[14:18] <nikow> stiv: Other raspberry pi connected to this same device has no problem. I switched the port and i used the 'power supply' added to those pis. In both cases, one rpi is throwing in random monets 'undervoltage' at me, second one is 3-4C warmer then rest.
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[14:19] <nikow> There is the same software, copied over from the same image. Only difference are network settings (eth0 static IP, hostname)
[14:22] <whodat> hm
[14:23] <whodat> whats causing the bluetooth Class to change to something other than what i have defined in my /etc/bluetooth/main.conf ??
[14:23] <whodat> it keeps changing to broken Class #'s that will connect but not stream music
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[14:28] <whodat> guess ill just throw some of these all around in scripts to tempfix it lol
[14:28] <whodat> hciconfig hci0 class 0x200420
[14:29] <whodat> after rebooting it switches
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[14:44] <gordonDrogon> malen, https://projects.drogon.net/raspberry-pi-controlled-oven/
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[14:49] <stiv> nice bread! and a cute pi. i like the little perma proto-plate thingie
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[14:52] <chris_99> nice
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[14:59] <gordonDrogon> I use them a lot - and arduino ones. handy before committing to a PCB.
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[15:01] <stiv> looks a bit sturdier than a rat's nest of wires coming out of a solderless breadboard
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[15:02] <kempo> airodump-ng is not starting at boot automatically thorugh rc.local because it needs a attached terminal. how can i solve this?
[15:03] <Habbie> screen or tmux could provide it a terminal
[15:03] <gordonDrogon> stiv, well, yes: This: https://unicorn.drogon.net/ruby-01.jpg vs this: https://unicorn.drogon.net/ruby-02.jpg
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[15:05] <kempo> Habbie: i tried terminal but it does not work somehow :(
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[15:06] <stiv> gordonDrogon, a fine example!
[15:07] <kempo> Habbie: *screen, i ment
[15:07] <gordonDrogon> kempo, start it with: screen -dm ....
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[15:07] <gordonDrogon> stiv, it worked on the breadboard and it was good to test that there as a basic proof of concept, but wasn't stable, so I put it on stripboard.
[15:08] <kempo> gordonDrogon: not working somehow. could be because of aircrack..
[15:08] <gordonDrogon> kempo, well - unless you tell us the error messages, we can't really help more.
[15:08] <gordonDrogon> and.. aircrack? is that still a thing. sheesh.
[15:09] <gordonDrogon> stiv, the flip-side: https://unicorn.drogon.net/ruby-03.jpg
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[15:17] <stiv> that's a lot of soldering
[15:19] <gordonDrogon> couple of hours.
[15:20] <gordonDrogon> not constant as I tested it in bits as I built it up.
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[15:25] <Apocx_> I swear setting a static ip via dhcpcd *never* works
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[15:27] <stiv> because the 'd' stands for dynamic?
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[15:29] <Apocx_> and yet you either have to remove dhcpcd entirely or setup the static ip in dhcpcd.conf because it just ignores /etc/network/interfaces now
[15:29] <Habbie> i always remove it
[15:29] <Habbie> so confusing otherwise
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[15:44] <Error451> reporting back
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[15:45] <Error451> my 3B+ with VolumIO only took about 1hr to index 36k FLAC
[15:45] <Error451> working great
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[15:46] <Error451> should have started with this, instead of 2wks d#cking around with Kodi
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[16:02] <ali1234> BurtyB: i just saw your mmc hat - can you boot from it?
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[16:03] <ali1234> all the links on the page are broken...
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[16:04] <DanielTheFox> :<
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[16:08] <BurtyB> ali1234, possibly by enabling gpio boot mode in the OTP and pulling the right pin but I haven't tried
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[16:22] <_pash> Hi
[16:22] <_pash> What are some of the highest quality amplifiers for the pi?
[16:23] <gordonDrogon> how much money have you got?
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[16:23] <torchinz> Hello. I wanted to know how I can access deluge outside my home network, that is on my RPi. I have successfully set it on home networking on my Rpi 3B but after reading many guides over the internet I have not been able to figure it out
[16:23] <gordonDrogon> (becuse I have some oxygen-free copper one-way ethernet cables for you for your digital audio - a snip at �10,000 a meter)
[16:24] <DanielTheFox> where do uou work at?
[16:24] <gordonDrogon> me? I work in a dirty old cave on Dartmoor...
[16:25] <_pash> gordonDrogon: hah
[16:25] <_pash> gordonDrogon: not that advanced
[16:25] <_pash> thinking how to fix a really expensive crapily built speaker
[16:25] <_pash> it's pcb stopped working
[16:25] <DanielTheFox> jump the wires
[16:26] <DanielTheFox> it'll be clumsy
[16:26] <gordonDrogon> the trade-off is working out if it's actually practical to spend money on something that's already poor quality/compressed and fed through a $35 computer in the first place.
[16:27] <Habbie> assuming you feed analog to the amp, of course
[16:27] <Habbie> at which point you indeed have already lost
[16:27] <Habbie> an amplifier just makes garbage louder
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> hmm, IMO, analog sounds fairly well
[16:27] <Habbie> DanielTheFox, from a pi?
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> yes
[16:27] <Habbie> DanielTheFox, wait until you amplify it
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> unless you push it to 100%
[16:27] <gordonDrogon> analog is nice - as long as you can keep it analog.
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> in that case, yes, it starts distorting
[16:28] <DanielTheFox> or even "clipping"
[16:28] <_pash> Ok, so what I am talking about is fixing this speaker: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskElectronics/comments/a1bhf4/jarre_speaker_repair_advice/
[16:28] <friendofafriend> Get a DAC, there's plenty of really cheap ones.
[16:28] <gordonDrogon> these days - we compress the analog audio, digitise it, compress it more, boost bits, remove other bits, mangle it then try to re-construct the analog back at the wibbly wobbly speaker things.
[16:28] <DanielTheFox> just for lolz and for attempting to save power, I reduced PWM bit depth to 8 bits
[16:29] <DanielTheFox> instead of the usual 11 bits
[16:29] <DanielTheFox> of course it didn't save power, but it still sounds good
[16:29] <gordonDrogon> you saved 1mA?
[16:29] <gordonDrogon> your ears are older/worse than mine then :)
[16:29] <stiv> oxygen-free copper - what a great scam! now if i could only listen to my speakers thru oxygen-free air...
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[16:29] <DanielTheFox> also, it reminds me of SoundBlaster Pro (stereo 8-bit sound)
[16:30] <DanielTheFox> and, of course, I'm cheating-- there's DITHER
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[16:30] <gordonDrogon> stiv, https://arstechnica.com/staff/2015/02/to-the-audiophile-this-10000-ethernet-cable-apparently-makes-sense/
[16:31] <DanielTheFox> I haven't heard proper music, nor proper audio through proper headphones
[16:31] <DanielTheFox> so there's no wonder why I'm so used to analog audio
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[16:31] <friendofafriend> _pash: Just looks like you need a new button.
[16:31] <DanielTheFox> cutting edge hardware, plus retro hardware (now I'm into cassette tapes)
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[16:32] <_pash> friendofafriend: well, took apart the whole thing
[16:32] <_pash> friendofafriend: and trying to get the PCB to work
[16:32] <_pash> but it refuses to be on without anything
[16:32] <_pash> friendofafriend: i doubt that getting the button will fix it
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[16:34] <friendofafriend> torchinz: Forward a port in your router, or use uPnP.
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[16:36] <torchinz> friendofafriend, my IP is dynamic. would port forwarding help?
[16:36] <BurtyB> ali1234, hmm that made me ponder - could you get rpiboot working on the 3A+ by enabling OTP for gpio boot mode gpio and pull the pin to enable USB high
[16:37] <friendofafriend> torchinz: So, you've got this web interface on port 8112, and you manage your downloads by browsing to localhost:8112, right?
[16:37] <torchinz> yes
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[16:38] <torchinz> but I cannot access webui with my IP. Also, my IP changes as it is dynamic
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[16:51] <friendofafriend> torchinz: The simplest way would be to installed miniupnpc with a "sudo apt-get install miniupnpc", then run "upnpc -e deluge -a <youripaddress> 8112 8112 TCP".
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[16:58] <friendofafriend> (Where <youripaddress> is the machine you're trying to forward *to* on the lan, for example 192.168.1.100.)
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[17:01] <friendofafriend> Regarding your dynamic IP, I think you'll find many people use a Dynamic DNS service, like noip.com.
[17:01] * DanielTheFox likes freedns.afraid.org, where foxserver.tk is delegated
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[17:05] <torchinz> friendofafriend, cool. I will try with noip
[17:05] <torchinz> I want to know 1. Do such services follow good privacy practices? 2. Is there a chance that using them will open my network for attacks?
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[17:08] <torchinz> I believe that the DDNS service will somehow keep me connected to my deluge webui, even if my IP changes. Is that right?
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[17:09] <friendofafriend> Anything you forward through your router is an opening for attack.
[17:10] <friendofafriend> In fact, you probably don't want to just forward the port for deluge out to the Internet, even if it's password protected.
[17:10] <friendofafriend> It would be smarter to forward SSH to the Internet, and then access Deluge through a tunnel.
[17:11] <torchinz> how do I do that ssh forwarding?
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[17:15] <friendofafriend> torchinz: "ssh -L 8112:localhost:8112 username@your_dynamic_dns_name", this opens a port on your local system, as in the system you're logging in from.
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[17:16] <friendofafriend> That way, when you log into Deluge's web interface, no one in the coffeeshop will be the wiser.
[17:19] <torchinz> Okay. I have currently forwarded 8112 via my router. Once I run the ssh command, do I need to keep the port open in my router or can I delete that config?
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[17:20] <friendofafriend> You would delete the old forward and make a new port forward.
[17:21] <torchinz> I didn't get that. Sorry, a noob here
[17:22] <torchinz> wait, I entered the command you mentioned via putty and I got an error of connection timeout at port 22
[17:23] <friendofafriend> If you're using PuTTY, you'll have to configure your port forwards. It's under Configuration, Connection, SSH, Tunnels.
[17:24] <friendofafriend> Then "8112" in the "Source port" box, destination would be "localhost:8112", and click "Add".
[17:25] <friendofafriend> Then you'll see a line in the box above that appears, which should say "L8112 localhost:8112".
[17:26] <friendofafriend> There's even a friendly video about it here. https://youtu.be/7YNd1tFJfwc?t=30
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[17:27] <torchinz> Cool. I will check that out. I could reach till the L8112 step
[17:27] <torchinz> Thanks :)
[17:27] <Error451> (gordonDrogon) these days - we compress the analog audio, digitise it, compress it more, boost bits, remove other bits, mangle.. <== I only listen to FLAC (~1000Kbit) I now use a Hifiberry DAC+ Pro as a pure analog source for my €3k system
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[17:27] <Error451> sounds nice
[17:27] <friendofafriend> Very welcome, torchinz.
[17:28] <Error451> I haven't yet felt the need to go to level 11
[17:28] <gordonDrogon> Error451, my hero.
[17:29] <stiv> gordonDrogon, that cable article is either appallingly funny or appallingly appalling.
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[17:34] <gordonDrogon> I think the truth is that audiophiles spend insane money on "stuff" because they can.
[17:35] <gordonDrogon> those cables (and prices) are for real - along with a host of other paraphernalia like mains plugs, speaker cables and whatnot.
[17:35] <Error451> IDK .. I listen to ~200 tracks/day, but I don't have audiophile hearing
[17:35] <gordonDrogon> I'm over 50. my ears sing and buzz all on their own.
[17:35] <Error451> I just wanted something nice with a web interface
[17:36] <Error451> to disconnect musoc from my laptop
[17:36] <Error451> ended up with VolumIO ( i mentioned before)
[17:36] <Error451> very nice
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[17:40] <whodat> anyone have a way to get bluetooth button presses to be useable ?
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[17:41] <whodat> id like to have a random mp3 from /mp3/*.mp3 echoed into a fifo when i press a bluetooth button on my headset
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[17:47] <friendofafriend> whodat: When you press the button, does it simulate a keystroke?
[17:47] <whodat> i have the codes
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[17:47] <whodat> from running a ev python test script
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[17:48] <friendofafriend> Have you come across xbindkeys, whodat?
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[17:49] <whodat> (whodat) time 1543594666.44 type 1 (EV_KEY), code 201 (KEY_PAUSECD), value 0
[17:49] <whodat> (whodat) time 1543594666.44 --------- SYN_REPORT --------
[17:49] <whodat> (whodat) time 1543594668.79 type 1 (EV_KEY), code 200 (KEY_PLAYCD), value 1
[17:49] <whodat> im in console
[17:49] <whodat> no X
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[17:49] <whodat> wanted mp3s to randomly play after booting , and my bluetooth buttons to trigger another random song to play
[17:51] <whodat> so far i cant get either to happen lol
[17:51] <whodat> i tried adding a @reboot to play the random mp3 but it never plays and tends to mess up my entire bluetooth class from working until i reboot again
[17:52] <whodat> after removing it and tinkering i managed to get it to work but only manually playing after boot
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[17:52] <whodat> im running a headless setup btw
[17:53] <whodat> and wanted to put the rpi0w under my seat on my motorcycle and not have to do much else but turn on headset and press button to skip songs
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[17:54] <whodat> echo "l `find /mp3/ -maxdepth 1 -type f -print0|sort -Rz|sed -z q|tr -d \\0`" >> /tmp/.mp3.fifo
[17:54] <whodat> works for random mp3s..
[17:55] <whodat> need to figure out a way to know when the mp3 is done playing so i can play the next one
[17:55] <friendofafriend> Why not just use a player?
[17:56] <whodat> im in console only , no Xwindows
[17:56] <whodat> using mpg123 with fifo
[17:56] <whodat> mpg123 -R --fifo /tmp/.mp3.fifo
[17:56] <friendofafriend> Why are you using a FIFO for mpg123?
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[17:59] <whodat> I dunno.. just been trying to accomplish these tasks and thats what I've read I needed to do
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[17:59] <whodat> just havent gotten much further ..
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[18:02] <pagios> hi all, does anyone recommend a reliable ip camera with built in microphone to use for livestreaming conferences? I would like it to be a wireless ip camera that can stream using rtsp with audio and video. something like mevo but more flexible
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[18:04] <friendofafriend> whodat: Can you move forward in your mpg123 playlist with the "b" key?
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[18:05] <whodat> on my keyboard , while ssh into the rpi0w i can press keys sure
[18:05] <whodat> but not gonna be ssh'd while riding a motorcycle
[18:06] <pagios> ?
[18:06] <friendofafriend> Right, but it sounds like what you want is to go forward in a tracklist, in which case you just need to remap that multimedia key to "b".
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[18:06] <DanielTheFox> friendofafriend: he wants to use his RPi as a portable MP3 player on his bike
[18:07] <DanielTheFox> like a techy and nice "bike stereo"
[18:07] <DanielTheFox> I think it's really cool :D
[18:07] <malen> pagios: i would imagnine any "sort of new" ip camera is pretty decent.
[18:07] <DanielTheFox> I just intend this Pi Zero to do something else tho
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[18:07] <whodat> id like for it to do more eventually...
[18:07] <DanielTheFox> *Pi 3b+
[18:07] <DanielTheFox> sorry, I'm again to excited
[18:07] <whodat> but it seems im best off just using my cell phone for now
[18:07] <whodat> heh
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[18:08] <whodat> dont know how something thats so simple can be sooo difficult
[18:08] <whodat> =\
[18:08] <stiv> the FIFO was for reading commands
[18:08] <whodat> well the only command i need is to load another mp3 really
[18:09] <friendofafriend> whodat: So, the "b" key does what you want the Bluetooth button to do?
[18:09] <whodat> dont care for skipping or volume or anything else
[18:09] <whodat> no
[18:09] <whodat> it starts the song over
[18:09] <whodat> the -> goes to next song
[18:09] <whodat> (without the fifo)
[18:09] <friendofafriend> So, you're running mpg123 with only one song as the argument?
[18:10] <whodat> alias mpz='mpg123 -Z -k 0 /mp3/*.mp3'
[18:10] <whodat> if i run that, the arrow works
[18:10] <whodat> but that is with ssh
[18:10] <whodat> i want all this done upon boot with no keyboard/ssh involved
[18:11] <whodat> No -Z plays random from /mp3/*.mp3
[18:11] <DanielTheFox> Telnet (yeah, it's insecure, everybody knows this) doesn't involve keyboard nor ssh
[18:11] * DanielTheFox is just kidding
[18:11] <whodat> but it loads a ugly stupid long command into process list
[18:11] <whodat> the fifo is so much neater
[18:11] <whodat> heh
[18:12] <friendofafriend> Right, so if you don't use the FIFO and load an mpg123 playlist, you can queue through with the "b" keystroke, correct?
[18:13] <whodat> not the b keystroke no
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[18:13] <whodat> b will restart the song that is playing
[18:13] <whodat> right arrow changes song
[18:13] <DanielTheFox> he wants the right arrow
[18:13] <whodat> or [ ]
[18:13] <whodat> change tracks too
[18:14] <DanielTheFox> I wonder if Linux follows keyboard controller's idea of using two bytes for extended keyboard sequences (as in real IBM PC XT/AT)
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[18:52] <friendofafriend> whodat: Have you tried running "showkey --scancodes" to get the scancode for the Bluetooth button press?
[18:54] <whodat> ill try now
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[18:56] <whodat> (11:56 am):(root@raspberrypi)/media/usb/101/other/scripts$ showkey --scancodes
[18:56] <whodat> kb mode was UNICODE
[18:56] <whodat> [ if you are trying this under X, it might not work
[18:56] <whodat> since the X server is also reading /dev/console ]
[18:56] <whodat> press any key (program terminates 10s after last keypress)...
[18:57] <friendofafriend> Right, and you pressed the bluetooth button during that window?
[18:58] <whodat> yep
[18:59] <whodat> i got the codes tho
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[19:00] <friendofafriend> You have the keycodes.
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[19:00] <whodat> https://pastebin.com/DVuPkD8F
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[19:02] <whodat> [12897.163490] keyboard: can't emulate rawmode for keycode 163
[19:02] <whodat> [12897.175220] keyboard: can't emulate rawmode for keycode 163
[19:02] <whodat> [12904.116051] keyboard: can't emulate rawmode for keycode 200
[19:02] <whodat> [12904.125145] keyboard: can't emulate rawmode for keycode 200
[19:02] <whodat> in dmesg
[19:03] <DanielTheFox> o-o
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[19:33] <friendofafriend> whodat: Could you do a "dumpkeys > ./dumpkeys.txt" and post the results to http://paste.debian.net ?
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[19:37] <whodat> ok
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[19:43] <whodat> friendofafriend: dcc'n it over
[19:43] <whodat> kinda huge
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[19:55] <friendofafriend> whodat: I suspect your problem will be fixed with a command like: echo "keycode 201 = 106" | sudo loadkeys
[19:56] <friendofafriend> Which should catch that KEY_PAUSECD.
[19:56] <friendofafriend> And: echo "keycode 200 = 106" | sudo loadkeys
[19:56] <friendofafriend> Which will catch the KEY_PLAYCD.
[19:57] <friendofafriend> Here, "106" is the right arrow key, which you said did what you want in mpg123.
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[19:59] <Snert_> wow. cool thing. Looks very useful in lots of situations
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[20:03] <friendofafriend> To be fair, I really don't have multimedia keys here to test with. That command may also be something like: echo "keycode 201 = Right" | sudo loadkeys
[20:04] <friendofafriend> You should be able to see the change with a dumpkeys afterward.
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[20:05] <friendofafriend> And those changes won't persist through restarts, you'd have to make a supplementary keymap.
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[20:15] <whodat> keycode 200 = +j nul nul
[20:15] <whodat> control keycode 200 = nul
[20:15] <whodat> shift control keycode 200 = nul
[20:15] <whodat> alt keycode 200 = nul
[20:15] <whodat> control alt keycode 200 = nul
[20:15] <whodat> keycode 201 = +j nul nul
[20:16] <whodat> wrong key perhaps?
[20:16] <friendofafriend> If it's not working, try that echo "keycode 201 = Right" | sudo loadkeys instead.
[20:18] <whodat> control alt keycode 199 = nul
[20:18] <whodat> keycode 200 = Right nul nul
[20:18] <whodat> control keycode 200 = nul
[20:18] <whodat> shift control keycode 200 = nul
[20:18] <whodat> alt keycode 200 = nul
[20:18] <whodat> control alt keycode 200 = nul
[20:18] <whodat> keycode 201 = Right nul nul
[20:18] <whodat> shows correct but still not working
[20:18] <whodat> maybe need to do it to [ or ]
[20:18] <whodat> instead
[20:18] <friendofafriend> Ah, you're saying it's not working in mpg123?
[20:19] <whodat> yea
[20:19] <whodat> the button isnt triggering anything
[20:22] <friendofafriend> So, when you're running mpg123, does the right arrow on your keyboard do anything?
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[20:25] <whodat> yea
[20:25] <whodat> all the arrows do same
[20:25] <whodat> swap songs
[20:25] <whodat> but i think it bound it to j+ instead of arrow
[20:25] <whodat> ?
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[20:26] <friendofafriend> Are you seeing some output from your button presses?
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[20:32] <whodat> no
[20:32] <whodat> i only see output when i run this python script
[20:32] <whodat> python /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/evdev/evtest.py
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[20:36] <friendofafriend> So, we wouldn't expect to see those keystrokes appear on your ssh terminal.
[20:37] <friendofafriend> This Pi is headless, and you're ssh'ed into it?
[20:38] <friendofafriend> When I need to test something as though I'm connected to the console, I use a program called "conspy".
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[20:39] <friendofafriend> You'll find it in the repo, and can install it with a "sudo apt-get install conspy".
[20:39] <friendofafriend> You'll need to run it as root with a "sudo conspy", but then you'll be interacting with the Pi as though you were connected to the console.
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[20:40] <friendofafriend> At that point, you can see if your button presses are showing up there, or moving the cursor around.
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[20:55] <whodat> yea headless
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[21:00] <friendofafriend> Right, so if you can make keystrokes appear on the console, then it's just a matter of inputting those keystrokes to your application.
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[21:13] <semitemos> Are there guides out there for how to be a good rpi sysadmin
[21:14] <Habbie> semitemos, i cannot point you to any guides but few things about the question are rpi-specific
[21:14] <semitemos> Things like keeping an eye on if it's getting under voltage ever
[21:15] <Habbie> ah, then it is rpi-specific :)
[21:15] <semitemos> Or knowing which monitoring tools are too resource intensive to use on an rpi already doing stuff
[21:15] <semitemos> And not using those ;)
[21:16] <semitemos> Ideally I'd like to look at something weekly and see how well the system is doing, and if there are any warning signs
[21:17] <semitemos> I'm using the pi to run pihole and pivpn, so ideally I'd like to keep them with good uptime
[21:17] <Habbie> ideally something would notify you if things changed for the worse
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[21:18] <Snert_> semitemos: I just use a test pi and keep my main pi or 3 in place and working until I know it's okay/
[21:18] <semitemos> Yeah. I guess through an email or something
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[21:20] <Snert_> I have 3 pi strategically located on my homenet running iptraf/tcpdump/etherape. That's all they do.
[21:20] <Snert_> any pi doing real work is not doing the monitoring.
[21:20] <friendofafriend> I think your move is "vcgencmd get_throttled".
[21:20] <semitemos> Snert_ what seems to happen is it works well for some months, and then there's a power outage, or software hiccup, or some weird thing that happens and it doesn't recover.
[21:21] <Snert_> yea...new SD card...pop it in good2go.
[21:21] <Snert_> each of my monitoring pi have a 2nd SD card all ready to go.
[21:21] <semitemos> Snert_ good idea about not monitoring with the real working ones. Can a pi zero run those monitoring tools?
[21:22] <Snert_> pi0 I dunno...some of it....not etherape though.
[21:22] <Snert_> prolly could run iptraf and/or tcpdump.
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[21:23] <Snert_> Is subnet broadcast making it across the router?
[21:23] <Snert_> dunno....put a pi on each side and see.
[21:23] <Snert_> little stand alone monitoring boxes in strategic locations.
[21:24] <semitemos> A lot of this is over my head unfortunately
[21:24] <semitemos> But I can learn
[21:24] <Snert_> or just what really IS happening when LDAP service isn't working.
[21:25] <Snert_> install iptraf and tcpdump on your pi0 and see what happens.
[21:25] <semitemos> Usually all I know is that suddenly my VPN isn't connectable, and I don't know why, and have to troubleshoot.
[21:25] <Snert_> great fun!
[21:25] <semitemos> That sounds like a great start
[21:26] <Snert_> maybe do 1 at a time.
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[21:26] <Snert_> and maybe have a full pi that can run etherape.
[21:26] <friendofafriend> semitemos: if [ `vcgencmd get_throttled | cut -d = -f 2` != "0x0" ]; then echo "panic."; else echo "we cool." ; fi
[21:26] <Snert_> a gui radar display of devices talking on your network is very revealing.
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[21:28] <Snert_> very easy to absently glance at the display and see what's going on as opposed to intense command line stuff.
[21:28] <Snert_> while answering the phone.
[21:29] <Snert_> semitemos: when the vpn is not working...what are the usual causes that you find?
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[21:31] <semitemos> The SD card has been corrupted, or the router was having problems, or someone unplugged it by accident
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[21:33] <Snert_> most of those things can be mitigated easily. Like ppl unplugging them. Kill the people. Or hide the pi.
[21:33] * DanielTheFox votes for doing both
[21:34] <Snert_> amen.
[21:34] <Snert_> corrupt SD card? Get SanDisk.
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[21:34] <Snert_> and that may still happen anyways.
[21:34] <DanielTheFox> I'm gonna buy Kingston :D
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[21:35] <Snert_> SanDisk has a high endurance version for reliability.
[21:35] <Snert_> I don't put anything but SanDisk at the end of a 10 foot ladder in my security cameras.
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[21:36] <Snert_> but I use kingston and others....just not in cases where I want reliability
[21:36] <DanielTheFox> http://www.danielthefox.com/mp4/rpi2.mp4 a bad footage made from a USB webcam connected to my RPi, showing its (potential) capabilities for replacing my dead smartphone
[21:36] <Snert_> if it's important don't go cheap.
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[21:37] <DanielTheFox> that girl is my sister
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[21:37] <DanielTheFox> either the webcam, the USB bus or the RPi seems overtaxed
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[21:40] <onca> I plugged a PiTFT+ 3.5" TFT+Touchscreen into a pi3B+ and it's just a white screen? Is this normal?
[21:40] <DanielTheFox> yes
[21:40] <DanielTheFox> ypi must set it up using drivers
[21:40] <DanielTheFox> google "LCD-show"
[21:40] <Khaytsus> Yeah you have to use a kernel don't you?
[21:41] <DanielTheFox> there should be a github website, read theinstructions
[21:41] <DanielTheFox> *the instructions
[21:41] <DanielTheFox> are you booting from SD card or from USB?
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[21:42] <friendofafriend> onca: Yes, that's normal.
[21:42] <DanielTheFox> onca: the RPi doesn't support this LCD out of the box
[21:43] <DanielTheFox> the white screen means it is receiving power but it isn't initialized (ergo, not used yet)
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[21:43] <friendofafriend> Which is great news because it's getting power. Hooray!
[21:43] <onca> I'm relieved to hear that. I aim to incorporate this into an alpine linux installation.
[21:44] <DanielTheFox> ok
[21:44] <DanielTheFox> get the proper drivers
[21:44] <DanielTheFox> I'm using Raspbian
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[21:48] <johnjay> any ideas how to get dri working on rpi3? i have no /dev/dri/card0
[21:49] <DanielTheFox> dri?
[21:49] <johnjay> direct rendering
[21:50] <DanielTheFox> hmm
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[21:51] <johnjay> i think i'm fubared. i can't even get the vcdbg or other vc comands working in ubuntu-mate
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[21:52] <Snert_> nah. Take a break.
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[22:34] <chris_99> Hi, does anyone have any recommendations for a mount for the pi camera, the plastic ones seem a bit flimsy as i've managed to break a couple, are there any othters?
[22:35] <gordonDrogon> lego?
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[22:39] <chris_99> heh i'm not sure how i'd do that
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[22:41] <gordonDrogon> https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/raspberry-pi-camera-mount
[22:42] <chris_99> mm that's the kind i broke
[22:42] <chris_99> maybe i should be more careful with them though
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[22:43] <gordonDrogon> a-ha :)
[22:43] <gordonDrogon> https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/night-vision-camera-module-for-raspberry-pi
[22:43] <gordonDrogon> that looks fun.
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[22:45] <chris_99> cool
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[22:46] <gordonDrogon> I bought one of these recently and assembled it up today: https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/smartipi-touch
[22:46] <gordonDrogon> it has a camera box, but overall I found the whole thing slightly unimpressive.
[22:46] <gordonDrogon> and it's so off center that it drives my all-alighed-up OCD batty )-:
[22:47] <chris_99> oh dear
[22:48] <gordonDrogon> if they made it wider with a lego blob each side and the base the full width then it woul dbe great, but as it stands it's pretty naff.
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[22:49] <chris_99> random question, on ebay i'm searching for buttons, there's no way to sort by seller rating is there
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[22:51] <gordonDrogon> no idea.
[22:52] <chris_99> it's crazy how many sellers purport to be in the UK, when their address is not heh
[22:53] <gordonDrogon> yea )-:
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[23:01] <chris_99> woo - https://www.arcadeworlduk.com/products/Classic-Arcade-Button.html
[23:01] <chris_99> seems a good site
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[23:05] <chris_99> connecting buttons to GPIO should work ok right? i can debounce i guess if needed in software
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[23:12] <Snert_> take 2 pieces of wire...one to ground...the other to a gpio pin.
[23:12] <Snert_> touch them together....you have a switch.
[23:12] <Snert_> debpunce in software if that's how ya wannadu it.
[23:12] <Snert_> but debouncing will be necessary.
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[23:16] <chris_99> hmm sorry to clarify it's ok if say the GPIO pin is 3.3V or 'open'?
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[23:17] <Snert_> no wire connected to gpio3 is an open condition.
[23:17] <Snert_> exct same thing as a connected switch which is not pressed.
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[23:17] <Snert_> hook a wire to gpoi3 and touch it to ground.
[23:18] <Snert_> that's the exact same thing as a connected switch that is pressed.
[23:18] <Snert_> whether it's 3.3v or 5V .... same thing in both cases.
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[23:19] <Snert_> just do a switch/debouncing tutorial and you'll get it :)
[23:19] <chris_99> yeah cheers, sorry i thought you'd attach the switch to 3.3V, didn't realise you short the GPIO to GND
[23:19] <Snert_> it can be either way.
[23:20] <chris_99> ah
[23:20] <Snert_> depending on what the circuit does.
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[23:20] <chris_99> oh i see 'GPIO.setup(18, GPIO.IN, pull_up_down=GPIO.PUD_UP)'
[23:20] <Snert_> the gpio pin either senses 3.3v being applied....or 0V if the switch pulls it to ground.
[23:20] <chris_99> you can use up or down
[23:20] <chris_99> gotcha
[23:21] <Snert_> yes, either one....just depends on how the tutorial was written.
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[23:21] <Snert_> it's easy to find tutorials that do it both ways.
[23:21] <Snert_> and it would be good to understand both.
[23:21] <gordonDrogon> you'll find a lot of tutorials use external pull up/pull down resistors and a series "protection" resistor, just in-case.
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[23:22] <chris_99> ah yeah i did wonder if i needed to have a pot divider style circuit
[23:22] <gordonDrogon> if not using the I2C then they're an easy target to use as they have on-board pull-ups and "just work".
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[23:22] <Snert_> yes. I was talking about the simple scenario.
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[23:23] <gordonDrogon> remember you can test pins from the command-line without writing a line of code with something like:
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> while true; do echo -n `gpio -g read 18` ; done
[23:23] <chris_99> ooh nice
[23:23] <chris_99> didn't know that
[23:23] <gordonDrogon> after e.g. gpio -g mode 18 in ; gpio -g mode 18 up
[23:24] <gordonDrogon> the echo -n thing just makes it print along the line rather than scroll up.
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[23:27] <chris_99> so i'm gonna put the pi in a case, drilling holes to put the buttons in, and put the power through a cable gland. i also need hdmi out so i'm looking at https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CEN-Flush-Mount-1m-USB-2-0-HDMI-Socket-Video-Extension-Cable-Lead/231734299780 can anyone think of anything better to mount on the case for that?
[23:28] <gordonDrogon> 2-part expoxy?
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[23:29] <chris_99> sorry i mean, is there anything cheaper than that hdmi mount, like an alternative connector
[23:31] <chris_99> oh https://www.amazon.co.uk/Premium-1-5Ft-female-extension-plated/dp/B00M8SLYMK looks a bit better
[23:31] <chris_99> and smaller
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[23:48] <shauno> those both look rather awkward. curling up a 5ft hdmi cable in a pi-sized case is going to be a nuisance at best
[23:49] <niekniek> hello all, I've been living on a rock apparently, just found out about the rf 433 stuff and ordered a send/receive kit for $1. I should be able to have my phone ring when someone rings the doorbell and also turn on/off my garden lights using my voice. Great stuff.
[23:49] <chris_99> shauno: https://www.amazon.co.uk/kenable-Coupler-Compatible-Female-Adapter/dp/B00QHF3VNK/ looks better i think
[23:50] <shauno> it would indeed give you a lot more flexibility in finding a cable that isn't a boa
[23:51] <chris_99> last question, i still need to get the pi camera cable out of this case heh
[23:51] <chris_99> i'm wondering if there's a better way than cutting a slit
[23:52] <shauno> ('panel' is probably the magic word for your searches though. eg https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/?field-keywords=panel+hdmi will find you a lot of stubby, mountable cables)
[23:52] <chris_99> cheers :)
[23:55] <chris_99> actually is there a none flex cable type for the pi camera, i've seen a camera---flex--hdmi---flex--pi type adapters, i just wonder if there's a different kind of cable for the camera
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