#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2018-12-24

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[0:19] <altab> hello, my raspberry pi (model 3b+) is not booting (fresh sd card, file downloaded 2 times, 2 sdcard tested) the ACT led is booting 4 times (I think)
[0:19] <Habbie> altab, how did you put the file on the sd card?
[0:19] <altab> Habbie, with Etcher (windows)
[0:19] <Habbie> and what file?
[0:20] <altab> tried with raspbian desktop and raspbian stretch lite
[0:20] <Habbie> yes but what exact file?
[0:20] <PhotoJim> I bought a tiny HDMI monitor for precisely these sorts of problems
[0:20] <PhotoJim> nothing like a display and a keyboard for problem diagnosing
[0:20] <akk> I keep a serial cable around for these problems.
[0:21] <altab> from https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/ Raspbian Stretch Lite
[0:21] <altab> and Raspbian Stretch with desktop
[0:21] <Habbie> altab, yes.. and then, what file do you give to Ethcer?
[0:21] <Habbie> Etcher
[0:21] <altab> 2018-10-09-raspbian-stretch-lite.img
[0:21] <Habbie> ok
[0:21] <Habbie> that's good
[0:21] <Habbie> do you have a monitor?
[0:21] <altab> lmc
[0:22] <altab> let me check
[0:25] <altab> Habbie, no signal on monitor (I mean nothing)
[0:26] <altab> Habbie, same when I plug an RJ45 cable, the board seems to be just.. dead
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[0:39] <jiffe> so I picked up one of those noir cameras along with an IR ring and that seems to work well
[0:39] <jiffe> aside from the viewing angle
[0:40] <chris_99> cool, which one did you get?
[0:40] <chris_99> i've used the pi noir before with an ir lamp, but having one with a ring on sounds useful
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[0:40] <chris_99> *i mean i used an external lamp powered from mains
[0:41] <jiffe> yeah the IR ring is separate I have powered off a 12V source
[0:41] <jiffe> but the camera picks up the image well
[0:42] <jiffe> is there a way to keep the image within the IR spectrum even in daylight?
[0:44] <chris_99> you could put an IR bandpass filter on i guess?
[0:44] <jiffe> yeah I don't know if its worth it
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[0:46] <jiffe> almost too bright actually, I might need a smaller ring
[0:46] <jiffe> or adjust the power to this thing
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[0:52] <jiffe> now I just need to find a wide angle version of this
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[5:18] <CoJaBo> How do I disable the internal wifi on a pi to make it use a USB instead?
[5:19] <Khaytsus> Don't use it?
[5:19] <Khaytsus> Plus in usb, use that interface instead?
[5:21] <DanielTheFox> might be that he uses a goddamn GUI
[5:21] <Khaytsus> That's a goddamn shame then
[5:21] <DanielTheFox> which gives you little choice about what is being chosen
[5:21] <DanielTheFox> the USB wifi might be called either wlan1 or usb0
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[5:27] <CoJaBo> It seems to be either connecting to both, or connecting only to the first
[5:27] <CoJaBo> No GUI
[5:27] <DanielTheFox> using raspi-config?
[5:27] <CoJaBo> (The internal wifi is dead; it connects, but cannot transfer data)
[5:28] <DanielTheFox> (this is also very sub-par)
[5:28] <Khaytsus> https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/75228/install-usb-wifi-dongle-on-raspberry-pi-3
[5:28] <Khaytsus> https://google.com/search?q=pi+3+use+usb+wifi
[5:28] <DanielTheFox> I prefer using /etc/network/interfaces
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[6:26] <RcHaCk> is there any way to expand the 40 gpio pins to more ?
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[6:46] <hodapp> RcHaCk: there are I/O expanders but that may not be what you want
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[7:00] <RcHaCk> i need to add more stuff
[7:01] <RcHaCk> 26 pins + 8 pins + 14 pins
[7:04] <RcHaCk> https://www.robotshop.com/ca/en/gpio-bus-extension-board-raspberry-pi.html?gclid=Cj0KCQiAgf3gBRDtARIsABgdL3kVjV9OMF_-1jJY54r355cm7n_46uWLLBs57U4paLEovPVBNB8ft1EaAhp0EALw_wcB
[7:04] <RcHaCk> bit over kill but maybe something like this ?
[7:05] <RcHaCk> whats the difference between a extender and a expansion shield ?
[7:15] <RcHaCk> https://www.banggood.com/40-Pin-T-Type-GPIO-Adapter-Expansion-Board-For-Raspberry-Pi-32-Model-BBAZero-p-1045811.html?rmmds=detail-left-hotproducts__5&HotRecToken=CgExEAIaAklWIgJQRCgB&cur_warehouse=CN
[7:17] <CoJaBo> RcHaCk: depends on what you're trying to do
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[7:17] <RcHaCk> trying to hook up 3 things
[7:17] <RcHaCk> 26 pins + 8 pins + 14 pins
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[7:18] <CoJaBo> RcHaCk: so, 48 actual GPIO pins?
[7:18] <RcHaCk> yes
[7:18] <RcHaCk> total
[7:18] <CoJaBo> What are the 3 things?
[7:19] <CoJaBo> Sounds like there's got to be a saner way to do that lol
[7:19] <RcHaCk> 26 pins for the touch screen controls
[7:19] <CoJaBo> ..touch screen controls?
[7:19] <RcHaCk> ya needs 26 pins
[7:19] <CoJaBo> wat even
[7:20] <CoJaBo> Is there a link to that?
[7:20] <RcHaCk> ya one sec
[7:21] <RcHaCk> https://www.robotshop.com/ca/en/101-resistive-lcd-touch-screen-hdmi-interface.html?gclid=CjwKCAiAjNjgBRAgEiwAGLlf2uHi_JJPj9wTTE0opVxJY5cNfFldALZsNJ3xJecsobD8F0jXOkreHRoC28MQAvD_BwE
[7:21] <RcHaCk> the touch panel still needs I/Os
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[7:21] <RcHaCk> the screen can use hdmi but for the touch part to work need i/o
[7:22] <CoJaBo> Looks like the touch part uses 5 pins
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 1, 17: 3.3V (Power positive (3.3V power input))
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 2, 4: 5V (Power positive (5V power input))
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 24: NC (NC)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 6, 9, 14, 20, 25: GND (Ground)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 19: TP_SI (SPI data input of Touch Panel)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 21: TP_SO (SPI data output of Touch Panel)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 22: TP_IRQ (Touch Panel interrupt, low level while the Touch Panel detects touching)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 23: TP_SCK (SPI clock of Touch Panel)
[7:22] <RcHaCk> PIN NO - 26: TP_CS (Touch Panel chip selection, low active)
[7:23] <RcHaCk> 26 pins
[7:23] <CoJaBo> You only count the I/O pins
[7:24] <RcHaCk> which ones are those ?
[7:24] <CoJaBo> What are the 2 other devices?
[7:24] <RcHaCk> relay module
[7:24] <mlelstv> it's no generic I/O either. You need an SPI interface (3pins), one input for interrupts and one output.
[7:24] <CoJaBo> The I/O pins are anything but ground and power
[7:24] <CoJaBo> So, a screen, a relay module, and what else?
[7:25] <RcHaCk> so i only need power,ground, 19,21 ?
[7:25] <RcHaCk> and rfid
[7:25] <RcHaCk> the relay module is 14 pins ... two being power and ground and then 12 one for each channel
[7:26] <CoJaBo> It might be easier to swap either the screen or the rfid module with a USB version
[7:26] <RcHaCk> rfid is 7 pins
[7:26] <CoJaBo> ..or both; if the relay module has that many pins, it might take your SPI for the touchscreen (and the RFID probably also uses that lol)
[7:27] <RcHaCk> https://www.luisllamas.es/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/arduino-rfid-rc522-esquema.png
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[7:27] <CoJaBo> If the RFID has a chip select line too, you should be able to share the SPI pins between that and the touchscreen
[7:29] <CoJaBo> But then you might run into driver issues, as a lot of those drivers don't seem to be written to expect you to change the chip select line
[7:29] <RcHaCk> https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/5146W2s01lL._SX466_.jpg
[7:29] <RcHaCk> so whats the solution to get all 3 things working ?
[7:31] <CoJaBo> Easiest way would be to swap 2 of them for USB versions, and only use 1 GPIO device
[7:31] <RcHaCk> easy to make them connect to usb ?
[7:31] <mlelstv> hmm
[7:33] <mlelstv> from what I see you can connect everything to the rpi without extender
[7:33] <RcHaCk> ohh ya ?
[7:34] <mlelstv> the touch screen and rfid use SPI interfaces. You can have multiple SPI slaves (== these devices) with one SPI master (the RPI). And you still have 12 GPIOs for the relay channels.
[7:34] <NorthwestVegan> anybody here use raspi as your router/access point?
[7:35] <DanielTheFox> I've been thinking about doing so to my RPi
[7:35] <mlelstv> is the relay module made for rpi ?
[7:35] <RcHaCk> mlelstv that would be great if i can save me from trying to figure out how to use them via usb
[7:35] <RcHaCk> hmm
[7:35] <RcHaCk> i dont think so
[7:36] <CoJaBo> RcHaCk: Are you writing your own drivers?
[7:36] <RcHaCk> but its 5v
[7:36] <NorthwestVegan> i got my old pi2 as the router, and a raspi3 as the access point
[7:36] <NorthwestVegan> and im loving it
[7:36] <RcHaCk> http://ncpsads.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/4-channel-relay-board-circuit-diagram-unique-8-channel-5v-to-220v-solid-state-relay-board-module-omron-of-4-channel-relay-board-circuit-diagram.jpg
[7:36] <mlelstv> if it's 5v it probably won't work on the rpi.
[7:36] <RcHaCk> this is a 8 channel example
[7:36] <RcHaCk> why not ?
[7:36] <RcHaCk> input is 5v
[7:37] <mlelstv> and rpi gpio is 3.3v
[7:37] <CoJaBo> Yeh, it'll depend on whether the 5v inputs will trigger on 3.3v
[7:37] <CoJaBo> Some will, some won't
[7:37] <mlelstv> you also have to see how much current you have to sink into the relay drivers.
[7:37] <RcHaCk> do they make 12 channel relay modules for pi ?
[7:38] <RcHaCk> the relays need to handle 24v
[7:38] <DanielTheFox> how many amps?
[7:38] <DanielTheFox> (knowing this is necessary too)
[7:38] <CoJaBo> Yeh, and that; a lot of 5V devices have higher current capability than the pi, so the relay module may assume higher driver current as well as the higher voltage
[7:38] <RcHaCk> not many
[7:39] <RcHaCk> i have it writen down somewhere
[7:39] <CoJaBo> Most many-channel relay modules for the Pi use SPI; so you may run into driver difficulties if the driver doesn't support multiplexing
[7:41] <RcHaCk> https://cdn.tindiemedia.com/images/resize/GwTqTUlTCGp2_Aj7Z9h6FiywuBo=/p/full-fit-in/2400x1600/i/05831/products/2018-11-24T11%3A26%3A47.605Z-20181124-top.JPG
[7:41] <mlelstv> http://denkovi.com/relay-board-12v-12-channels-for-raspberry-pi-arduino-pic-avr
[7:41] <RcHaCk> this is a 8 channel for the pi
[7:41] <RcHaCk> ya but needs to be 24v
[7:41] <mlelstv> that one needs a regular GPIO, and 12V power for the relays...
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[7:42] <RcHaCk> like the relays need to handle 24v
[7:43] <RcHaCk> which it looks like they do
[7:43] <RcHaCk> TONGLING - JQC-3FF-S-Z (10A / 250VAC, 15A / 120VAC, 10A / 28VDC)
[7:43] <RcHaCk> SUNHOLD - RAS xx15 (10A / 250VAC, 15A / 120VAC, 15A / 24VDC)
[7:43] <CoJaBo> RcHaCk: Check the input voltage and current for your 12-channel one then
[7:43] <RcHaCk> i havnt bought any yet
[7:44] <CoJaBo> It should be on the product page
[7:44] <CoJaBo> And what are you doing as far as drivers for these?
[7:45] <RcHaCk> why does it need drivers ?
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[7:45] <RcHaCk> only one relay will be used at a time
[7:46] <RcHaCk> should be simple turn on pin x
[7:46] <CoJaBo> You'll need drivers for the touchscreen and RFID. And those drivers will need to be compatible with eachoter
[7:47] <DanielTheFox> if you're going to turn only one pin each time, you can get a demuxer and a couple of hex inverters
[7:47] <CoJaBo> RcHaCk: If they share pins, you'll need to both remap the connections to the hardware, and edit the drivers to then use those new pin assignments
[7:47] <CoJaBo> The relays will be trivial, assuming the input voltage and current are in spec
[7:47] <DanielTheFox> most demultiplexers' output are active-low, so if your relay is active-high, you'll need inverters to convert the active-low into active-high
[7:48] <DanielTheFox> they're nice when you only need to turn only one pin at a time
[7:48] <CoJaBo> You should have plenty of GPIO pins for the relays even without multiplexing. The only question is if the touchscreen and RFID module will play nice with eachothers drivers.
[7:49] <CoJaBo> The RFID module you linked is for Arduino, so make sure it even does have a Pi driver lol; and check which pins they intend it to be connected to
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[7:50] <RcHaCk> iam pretty sure it does ive watched a few people on videos use that one
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[7:51] <CoJaBo> Then check the video description, usually they'll link the instructions/wiring/software needed
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[11:58] <azy> how much poewr does a raspberry pi zero + camera recording take up? im wondering how big of a battery i need
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[12:00] <gordonDrogon> azy, a Pi 0W that I use, lighting up some LEDs and running at 100% cpu on battery lasts for about 7 hours on a 2200mAh LiPo. I don't know about the camera too, but that might give you a crude indication.
[12:01] <gordonDrogon> one place to look for this sort of stuff might be the HAB (High Altitude Ballooning) people.
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[12:05] <azy> hm ty
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[12:11] <BurtyB> azy, https://raspi.tv/2018/how-much-power-does-raspberry-pi-3a-plus-use has power usage tables
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[14:03] <torchinz> hi. I am having trouble wrt updating raspi. I am continuously getting the "Unable to locate package" error while updating/upgrading
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[14:17] <gordonDrogon> torchinz, is this from the usual: sudo apt-get update thing?
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[14:30] <torchinz> gordonDrogon, yes
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[14:36] <Orionintheforest> In my terminal for my Pi, The block icon used in ASCI art is being displayed as a square, and the variants of the block are also now all squares. How do I fix this?
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[14:38] <torchinz> any suggestions?
[14:38] <Orionintheforest> ?
[14:41] <torchinz> repeating my q: I am having trouble wrt updating raspi. I am continuously getting the "Unable to locate package" error while updating/upgrading
[14:42] <Orionintheforest> are you just doing the "sudo apt-get update" command?
[14:43] <Orionintheforest> torchinz
[14:43] <torchinz> ya
[14:44] <torchinz> sudo apt-get update and then sudo apt-get install update, where I get the error
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[14:45] <Orionintheforest> But you have no issues with doing "sudo apt-get update"?
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[14:46] <Orionintheforest> torchinz
[14:46] <torchinz> No. Apt-get update downloads required updates but, while using the install command I get the error "Unable to locate package"
[14:47] <torchinz> So, I believe that although the packages are downloaded, I cannot update them
[14:47] <Orionintheforest> Huh. That's weird.
[14:47] <HerculeP> apt-get install update tries to install a package called "updade" which doesnt exits
[14:48] <torchinz> HerculeP, oh okay. any soln for that?
[14:48] <HerculeP> try apt-get upgrade or apt-get install <pkg> you need
[14:49] <torchinz> HerculeP, I have tried apt-get upgrade too. Same thing happens while running apt-get install upgrade and it fails with package not found
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[14:50] <HerculeP> apt-get install update is a wrong command
[14:50] <chris_99> 'sudo apt-get update' is what you should be doing, without 'install', then sudo apt-get upgrade or whatnot
[14:50] <HerculeP> ^^
[14:51] <torchinz> oh.
[14:51] <Orionintheforest> That might work.
[14:51] <torchinz> i thought the apt-get update would download the updates and the apt-get install update installs them
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[14:52] <torchinz> I will try that
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[14:56] <Orionintheforest> Can someone help me on my problem?
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[14:57] <Orionintheforest> Restate Q : In my terminal for my Pi, The block icon used in ASCI art is being displayed as a square, and the variants of the block are also now all squares. How do I fix this?
[14:59] <nils_2> try another font, maybe an utf-8 problem in your termina
[15:00] <Orionintheforest> nils_2 How do I change my font in the terminal?
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[15:04] <Orionintheforest> nils_2: I did'nt know that was even possible lol
[15:05] <nils_2> check out: sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup
[15:06] <Orionintheforest> alright, i'll try that. I'm still confused on one end though. How is it that it displays perfectly fine when i'm in raspbian, but not in the actual terminal?
[15:06] <Orionintheforest> nils_2
[15:07] <nils_2> no idea. btw, there is no need to highlight me every single line. thanks
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[15:08] <Orionintheforest> Sorry.
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[15:29] <steelgolem> guys what x-windows does stretch use?
[15:30] <steelgolem> er no
[15:30] <steelgolem> i'm using the wrong word
[15:30] <steelgolem> the destktop environment
[15:30] <steelgolem> googlan
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[15:30] <steelgolem> >Raspbian uses PIXEL, Pi Improved X-Window Environment, Lightweight as its main desktop environment as of the latest update. It is composed of a modified LXDE desktop environment and the Openbox stacking window manager with a new theme and few other changes.
[15:30] <steelgolem> lxde it is
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[16:50] <CoJaBo> 5
[16:50] <on3pk> 6
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[16:53] <chris_99> 7
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[16:53] <CoJaBo> 8
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[17:05] <sir_galahad_ad> 9
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[17:17] <CoJaBo> A
[17:17] <on3pk> B
[17:17] <HeartMeeple> c
[17:19] <HeartMeeple> I am trying to build a digital sign that collects and shows pdfs from a network folder. Dows anyone know a PDF viewer that is controllable in python?
[17:20] <HeartMeeple> on raspberry pi of course.
[17:22] <akk> HeartMeeple, on the desktop I use mupdf which is light and fast, controlled through keyboard commands
[17:23] <akk> but if you need more control than that, popplerqt5.Poppler from python works, I've built a mini pdf viewer based on that.
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[17:26] <HeartMeeple> akk: Thanks.
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[17:28] <HeartMeeple> akk: I'm surprised that there aren't viewers that have some ipc built in. Did you look into that at the time that you built your viewer?
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[17:31] <akk> HeartMeeple: I didn't. It's possible evince has controls, but its UI is so complicated and tends to depend on gnome things I don't have.
[17:32] <HeartMeeple> akk: That makes sense.
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[17:33] <akk> I've had trouble finding a pdf viewer that even works properly on a lightweight windowmanager without a desktop; the gnome and kde viewers are both tightly integrated with their respective desktops.
[17:37] <Khaytsus> It's a pi. You shouldn't be using it for a desktop anyway.
[17:38] <Khaytsus> And pdfs aren't exactly light on memory either
[17:38] <Khaytsus> evince is awful.. Gnome has really fucked it over the last few years, I used to use it but now it's just terrible. I use okular, which isn't much better
[17:38] * DanielTheFox just sticks to lxde
[17:39] * DanielTheFox more often avoids desktop environments altogether and instead goes into tty1 and screen
[17:39] <akk> Agreed, Khaytsus. And yes, I don't use pis as desktops much myself.
[17:39] <friendofafriend> You could use "xpdf -fullscreen *.pdf".
[17:39] <DanielTheFox> I use it as something between a laptop and a cellphone
[17:39] <DanielTheFox> but it's way closer to a laptop
[17:39] <Khaytsus> DanielTheFox: I'd hope you mean not running a gui at all, vs just dropping to a console, wasting resources in the background
[17:40] <DanielTheFox> Khaytsus: not loading the GUI
[17:40] <DanielTheFox> systemctl disable lightdm
[17:40] <Khaytsus> DanielTheFox: You have randomly attached keyboards, displays, power supplies?
[17:40] <DanielTheFox> well, I carry the keyboard with me :P
[17:40] <DanielTheFox> portable leopards are the best
[17:40] <DanielTheFox> I use laptop-like Acer keyboard
[17:40] <Khaytsus> All of that, just to be saddled with the pi...
[17:41] <DanielTheFox> yes :P
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[17:41] <DanielTheFox> at least the pi is more powerful than these Intel Atom computers
[17:41] <Khaytsus> I doubt that
[17:42] <DanielTheFox> well
[17:42] <Khaytsus> Plus they probably have more ram
[17:42] <DanielTheFox> Atom N270, Atom N230
[17:42] <DanielTheFox> my netbook with N270 has 2 GB RAM, so yes
[17:42] <DanielTheFox> the Atom 230 nettop has 1 GB
[17:42] <DanielTheFox> so, not much better :D
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[17:43] <DanielTheFox> the Atom 230 is just barely faster
[17:43] <DanielTheFox> like, 10% faster
[17:43] <DanielTheFox> or even less
[17:43] <friendofafriend> I think that really depends on your workload.
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[17:44] <DanielTheFox> ffmpeg video transcoding is what I do that stresses CPU the most
[17:44] <DanielTheFox> otherwise, they're often idle
[17:44] <DanielTheFox> typing, listening to MP3 or trackers
[17:44] <DanielTheFox> weechat (right now)
[17:44] <DanielTheFox> and some "bored man" programming
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[17:45] <akk> I suspect firefox is what I do that stresses the CPU the most (but I don't do that on Pis).
[17:45] <DanielTheFox> heh
[17:45] <DanielTheFox> luckily, Raspbian comes with Chromium
[17:46] <DanielTheFox> which, tested, uses less RAM that Firefox
[17:46] <DanielTheFox> (but if you're able to provide the RAM it wants, Firefox is faster somehow)
[17:46] <Khaytsus> On what, a single test page?
[17:46] <Khaytsus> And FF faster? Snort.
[17:46] <DanielTheFox> Khaytsus: youtube
[17:46] <DanielTheFox> typical blog full with ads
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[17:47] <DanielTheFox> typical corporate website with s***loads of JS
[17:47] <Khaytsus> Chrome is faster at all of that
[17:47] <Khaytsus> but.. k
[17:47] <DanielTheFox> but there's a browser that can't do any of these
[17:47] <DanielTheFox> but it's far faster
[17:48] <DanielTheFox> links2
[17:48] <DanielTheFox> luckily, I'm more of a reader than someone who watches cat videos all day
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[17:49] <chris_99> i'm dubious chrome is much faster these days
[17:50] <DanielTheFox> it's really nice how increasing the CPU speed slightly makes the battery last longer
[17:50] <DanielTheFox> I bumped from 100 MHz to 180 MHz and somehow it lasts more
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[17:51] <DanielTheFox> from 620 minutes to ~700 minutes
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[18:03] <HeartMeeple> friendofafriend: Yeah I think that xpdf fullscreen could work. Now I just need a way to close it.
[18:04] <friendofafriend> Close it? Like a keystroke?
[18:04] <DanielTheFox> Alt+F4
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[18:04] <friendofafriend> xpdf -fullscreen quits on "q".
[18:08] <HeartMeeple> friendofafriend: I don't exactly know. I could use a python automation library to do some keystrokes. These machines won't have peripherals so it has to be a robust way of closing it.
[18:08] <friendofafriend> Search for it in ps, find the pid and kill it.
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[18:10] <HeartMeeple> Yeah. I found a window killer bundle that handles that. I was hoping for a more graceful method.
[18:11] <friendofafriend> Maybe something like: kill `ps xau | grep xpdf | head -1 | cut -d\ -f7`
[18:12] <HeartMeeple> friendofafriend: Very graceful. :-)
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[18:12] <friendofafriend> Always glad to help, HeartMeeple. ;)
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[18:13] <HeartMeeple> I'll do as much research as possible before implementing. I know that I'm going to have to support about 30 of these displays so I want to be as lazy as possible.
[18:14] <friendofafriend> Is it cycling through PDFs?
[18:15] <HeartMeeple> I hope not. I would like all activity to be done in RAM.
[18:16] <HeartMeeple> So if I can merge the PDFs first...
[18:16] <HeartMeeple> That should be doable in python.
[18:16] <friendofafriend> I use pdfmerge for things like that.
[18:16] <friendofafriend> Sorry, pdfunite**
[18:17] <noahajac> I am trying to connect an Insteon PLM up to a Pi. The expected behavior is for /dev/ttyUSB0 to be created, however it is not. The device however does show up in lsusb and dmesg, any ideas?
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[18:19] <HeartMeeple> pdfunite is not python? pyPdf2 seems like it would be easier to do the automation.
[18:20] <HeartMeeple> noahajac: That is just an ethernet connection between the PLM and the Pi?
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[18:20] <HeartMeeple> noahajac: Or USB?
[18:20] <friendofafriend> HeartMeeple: pdfunite is part of poppler-utils.
[18:21] <HeartMeeple> friendofafriend: Ah. I haven't gotten into poppler yet.
[18:21] <HeartMeeple> ty
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[18:22] <friendofafriend> Very welcome. It will accept globs as input, so: "pdfunite /mnt/yournetworkshare/pdfs/*.pdf /tmp/output.pdf ; xpdf -fullscreen /tmp/output.pdf" should do it.
[18:23] <EvilDMP> I am trying to get a Pi 3 to connect to a wireless network via the command line. sudo iwlist wlan0 scan
[18:23] <EvilDMP> doesn't event list the device. Another Pi (Zero W) right next to it is connected to the same network without issue. Any ideas?
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[18:24] <noahajac> HeartMeeple: USB
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[18:25] <noahajac> HeartMeeple: It looks like it's a USB to UART adapter. I'm trying this https://www.ftdichip.com/Support/Documents/AppNotes/AN_220_FTDI_Drivers_Installation_Guide_for_Linux.pdf
[18:25] <friendofafriend> noahajac: Does it draw power from the USB port?
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[18:26] <noahajac> friendofafriend: No, the USB port is for comms. It's plugged into the wall for power.
[18:26] <friendofafriend> Is it working with other computers, noahajac?
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[18:26] <noahajac> I'll check now
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[18:27] <noahajac> Windows sees it, just no drivers
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[18:27] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: Is the name of your wireless interface actually "wlan0"? ( You can check with cat /proc/net/wireless ).
[18:28] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: well, the command lists a bunch of other networks!
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[18:29] <EvilDMP> including one with the ESSID "ESSID:"\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00""
[18:29] <EvilDMP> And I wonder what that is about
[18:30] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: Have you tried using raspi-config?
[18:30] <noahajac> friendofafriend: It sees it. It's just not assigning it the usbserial driver
[18:30] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: I have, and I have entered the SSID and password, to no avail. Is it possible that an SSID with spaces could affect that?
[18:30] <friendofafriend> noahajac: So, your Raspberry Pi is now seeing the device? You have an entry for it in lsusb?
[18:31] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: Yes, spaces can have that effect.
[18:31] <noahajac> friendofafriend: Yes, as I said. It's shown in dmesg and lsusb. Just it's not being given the proper driver.
[18:33] <noahajac> Odd, "Module ftdi_sio not found in directory /lib/modules/4.14.71-v7+"
[18:35] <friendofafriend> noahajac: That is odd. I'm running Raspbian with no modification, and "modinfo ftdi_sio" brings back information on the module.
[18:36] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: In your /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf file, do you have an ssid= line?
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[18:37] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: I did but it has since removed the file by hiding it
[18:38] <EvilDMP> I can try that again of course
[18:39] <noahajac> friendofafriend: I haven't done any modifications to remove it. How can I install it?
[18:39] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: The /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf is set to 0600, meaning only the owner (root) can read and write the file. That's because wpa_supplicant.conf has your wireless password in it.
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[18:39] <friendofafriend> noahajac: It should already be installed. What operating system are you running on your Pi?
[18:40] <noahajac> friendofafriend: Raspian Stretch Lite
[18:40] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: sorry, trying to do too many things at once, I was talking about the /boot/wpa_supplciant.conf file
[18:40] <EvilDMP> the one in /etc is there and looks as I expect
[18:41] <noahajac> friendofafriend: Perhaps updating the kernel will fix it?
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[18:41] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: Maybe you could remove your password and post its contents to a pastebin-like site, like http://paste.debian.net .
[18:42] <noahajac> friendofafriend: Or "sudo apt-get install --reinstall raspberrypi-bootloader raspberrypi-kernel"?
[18:42] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: https://dpaste.de/j0vn
[18:43] <friendofafriend> noahajac: I'm on 4.14.79+, but you should already have the module. Maybe try doing a "find /lib/modules | grep -i ftdi_sio"?
[18:44] <noahajac> friendofafriend: Returns /lib/modules/4.14.79-v7+/kernel/drivers/usb/serial/ftdi_sio.ko
[18:44] <noahajac> /lib/modules/4.14.79+/kernel/drivers/usb/serial/ftdi_sio.ko
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[18:45] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: That's a little odd, usually you would have a line reading "key_mgmt=WPA-PSK" or something like that.
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[18:45] <noahajac> friendofafriend: I'm on 4.14.71-v7+ though, so maybe that's why. I just reinstalled the kernel so I'm gonna reboot and see. My IRC runs on it, so be right back.
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[18:45] <friendofafriend> noahajac: OK, good luck. ;)
[18:46] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: (And that line would be found in your network stanza, as in between "network={" and the "}".)
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[18:48] <noahajac> friendofafriend: I don't know if it was the reboot or the reinstall of the kernel, but it is found by modinfo now. Thanks.
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[18:48] <noahajac> And sure enough now /dev/ttyUSB0 exists. Excellent
[18:48] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: well, I've just copied the /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf from the other pi, so let's see what it does with that...
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[18:51] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: and that has done the trick, with: https://dpaste.de/wB7V
[18:51] <friendofafriend> noahajac: That's great news! Glad things are working.
[18:51] <EvilDMP> friendofafriend: many thanks for your help
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[18:51] <friendofafriend> EvilDMP: You're very welcome. Have a good day!
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[20:10] <HeartMeeple> I'm thinking of using a virtual machine for doing initial raspberry pi development. Is there a variant of debian that is most similar to raspian but will run on x86?
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[20:11] <HeartMeeple> Maybe lxde ?
[20:12] <chris_99> i think you can get raspbian now
[20:12] <chris_99> for x86
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[20:13] <HeartMeeple> Hmm. I don't know. I only see the img files officially.
[20:13] <chris_99> https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspberry-pi-desktop/
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[20:14] <HeartMeeple> Duh. That makes sense why they say PC and Mac then.
[20:14] <chris_99> heh
[20:14] <HeartMeeple> I was thinking that it was because they were bundling a bunch of software like office suites and etc.
[20:16] <chris_99> i assume it's made by the raspbian peeps, i could be wrong
[20:16] <HeartMeeple> It is definitely official.
[20:16] <chris_99> mm
[20:17] <chris_99> for pi dev i used a docker before
[20:17] <HeartMeeple> Yeah? For command line dev?
[20:18] <HeartMeeple> I am trying to automate some things like pdf viewing. So I want to tinker with xpdf.
[20:18] <chris_99> for compiling stuff
[20:18] <chris_99> ahh
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[20:19] <HeartMeeple> What is the advantage of doing it in docker? Docker would compile for x86 no?
[20:19] <HeartMeeple> Or are you on windows as your primary dev environment?
[20:19] <chris_99> it was a raspbian style docker image
[20:19] <chris_99> and no, was on linux
[20:21] <HeartMeeple> I'm thinking of doing my deploy to docker on the RPi through Jenkins or something like that.
[20:21] <HeartMeeple> Although first thing is to figure out if I can do it on bare metal first.
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[20:44] <ali1234> raspbian for x86 is debian
[20:44] <ali1234> debian is the closest to raspbian that can run on x86
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[20:49] <akk> As long as you aren't using hardware things like gpio, x86 debian will be extremely similar to raspbian.
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[21:19] <samvup> thermal*
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[21:58] <jancoow> Hi
[21:58] <jancoow> Do you guys think a rpi zero will run on a klk-pm01 ?
[21:58] <jancoow> hlk-pm01 *
[21:59] <jancoow> it only delivers 600ma :D
[22:00] <jancoow> Mmh I see it will only use up like 230ma
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[22:35] <vktm> Hey guys
[22:35] <Mavverick> yo
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[22:36] * ShorTie wonders what klk-pm01 is
[22:36] <vktm> Does anyone have experience with home automation? Had an idea and had a few questions
[22:37] <Habbie> vktm, just ask
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[22:39] <vktm> In the interest of running less machines, I was wondering if openhab/homeassistant/domoticz have to be run from their own image or if it's possible to integrate the daemons? they utilise in another install
[22:39] <vktm> as in
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[22:39] <Habbie> i understand homeassistant is pretty well dockerized
[22:39] <Habbie> which means it should run together with anything else, if CPU and RAM are not a problem
[22:39] <vktm> I was hoping to run one of them on the same pi as volumio
[22:39] <vktm> which leads to my second question
[22:40] <vktm> is the pi 2b powerful enough to host both webservers (and all the backend stuff/music stuff)?
[22:42] <vktm> Habbie, I'm not too familiar with docker, is it docker.com
[22:42] <Habbie> yes
[22:42] <vktm> I'll give it a read, thank you
[22:45] <vktm> So, I'd use the volumio image, install docker on it, and then homeassistant through that?
[22:45] <Habbie> 'maybe'
[22:45] <Habbie> i cannot tell you what to do exactly, i haven't used volumio, hass, etc.
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[22:46] <vktm> As I understand it, volumio is a stripped down and customised raspbian, so assuming that
[22:46] <Habbie> then perhaps
[22:46] <vktm> raspbian -> docker -> ha software
[22:46] <vktm> right?
[22:46] <Habbie> yes
[22:46] <vktm> Alright, time to do some reading
[22:46] <Habbie> good luck
[22:47] <vktm> Thanks for pointing me in the right direction (Y)
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