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IRC Log for 2018-12-29

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[0:00] <nda_> I thought so. Testing again now with this charger since the red LED is on... Yeah, the battery percentage is decreasing on the phone.
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[0:02] <DanielTheFox> even if you have your super nice ultraperfect PSU
[0:02] <DanielTheFox> the cable can introduce other issues
[0:02] <DanielTheFox> I had a flacky LG cable from a phone I had about 6 years ago
[0:02] <DanielTheFox> which worked well for phones
[0:03] <DanielTheFox> but it was too thin for the RPi
[0:03] <DanielTheFox> even with proper PSU, the cable would introduce enough impedance to the RPi to notice
[0:03] <DanielTheFox> I had a "known good" cable and a "known good" PSU
[0:04] <DanielTheFox> with the "known good" cable, pretty much any PSU able to give at least 1A will properly power the RPi without the red LED goinf off
[0:05] <DanielTheFox> (my 3 B+ has only itself, a 150mA SPI GPIO-connected LCD screen and a 50mA USB keyboard)
[0:05] <nda_> Hmm I see.. Installed an app to check the charging voltage/current of the phone.. The app says about 3.7V / 320 mA
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[0:06] <nda_> while it is connected to the Pi
[0:06] <DanielTheFox> 3.7V? almost certainly already on the battery side
[0:06] <nda_> Almost 4V / 900 mA while connected directly to the charger
[0:07] <DanielTheFox> if not enough amps, the battery may tolerate a slightly higher voltage
[0:07] <nda_> Sorry, now it says 4.1 V / 966 Ma
[0:07] <nda_> *mA
[0:07] <DanielTheFox> either way
[0:07] <nda_> Mmh
[0:08] <DanielTheFox> are you using a fancy big-screen big-battery modern smartphone?
[0:08] <nda_> Yeah
[0:08] <DanielTheFox> it almost certainly wants 2A input
[0:08] <nda_> And old Galaxy Note II
[0:08] <nda_> *An old
[0:08] <DanielTheFox> yeah
[0:09] <DanielTheFox> my old LG L3X could eat down to 1A without complaining
[0:09] <DanielTheFox> it only complained when connected to a PC
[0:09] <DanielTheFox> (saying things such as "slow charge")
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[0:10] <nda_> With a different cable, the app says almost 1.1 mA
[0:10] <DanielTheFox> yeah
[0:10] <DanielTheFox> cables can introduce troubles
[0:10] <nda_> gah, sorry
[0:11] <nda_> Almost 1100 mA (I meant 1.1 A)
[0:11] <DanielTheFox> with the shitty cable I had, EVERY charger (including the known-good PSU) would cause troubles with the RPi
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[0:11] <nda_> Yeah sorry about that
[0:11] <DanielTheFox> with the better cable, no PSU would give troubles, only if it was below 700mA (which gives me an idea of how much my RPi consumes)
[0:12] <DanielTheFox> heh
[0:12] <DanielTheFox> nda_: try using many different cables
[0:12] <DanielTheFox> cellphones tolerate shitty cables if you feed more and more amps
[0:12] <DanielTheFox> the RPi is a classy energy eater
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[0:13] <DanielTheFox> it will only accept proper 5V input, or it will complain like a princess
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[0:14] <nda_> Third cable.. about 1200 mA
[0:14] <nda_> Getting better
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[0:15] <DanielTheFox> nda_: free protip: a short, stiff and fat cable (or one that only passes energy but no data) will be the best
[0:16] <DanielTheFox> the one that doesn't pass data should be specifically designed like that, not a broken cable that used to pass data but not anymore
[0:16] <nda_> Good idea.. Sadly I have only one fat cable rated 5A, and that is a USB Type-C.
[0:16] <DanielTheFox> heh
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[0:18] <DanielTheFox> my known-good cable is very short (below 20cm), quite stiff, it can also pass data and came with a big 12500mAh powerbank
[0:18] <DanielTheFox> I can trust this cable anything
[0:18] <nda_> :D
[0:19] <DanielTheFox> cables coming with powerbanks should be trustable too
[0:19] <DanielTheFox> unless you want your powerbank to take 12 hours to fully charge
[0:20] <DanielTheFox> and, luckily, it's still the same kind as cellphones and the RPi is
[0:20] <DanielTheFox> micro-B?
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[0:21] <nda_> I have a decent powerbank that I tried to use a while ago.. Sadly it does not have a bypass feature so you cannot charge it while using it.
[0:21] <nda_> But at least I seem to have decent cables now..
[0:21] <nda_> But the Pi can only give my phone less than 500 mA
[0:21] <DanielTheFox> yeah
[0:21] <nda_> Obviously less than the phone needs
[0:21] <DanielTheFox> even an old cellphone would complain
[0:22] <DanielTheFox> my powerbank doesn't have that either, it disables the outputs while charging
[0:22] <DanielTheFox> as soon as you unplug the input, the outputs become usable again
[0:22] <nda_> Yeah
[0:23] <DanielTheFox> Adata P12500D
[0:23] <DanielTheFox> it has fancy LED battery percentage display
[0:23] <DanielTheFox> if you happen to have one, you'll quickly notice it flickers
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[0:23] <DanielTheFox> so the display itself saves even more power
[0:24] <nda_> That looks nice
[0:24] <DanielTheFox> with my RPi, it lasts 11 hours
[0:24] <nda_> https://www.anker.com/store/PowerCore-20100/A1271012
[0:24] <nda_> Anker PowerCore 20100 mAh
[0:24] <DanielTheFox> I underclocked the RPi to make it last that long
[0:24] <DanielTheFox> 180 MHz CPU
[0:24] <DanielTheFox> a joke for browser users
[0:25] <nda_> I have that one (Anker)
[0:25] <DanielTheFox> a nostalgia blast for old Linux hackers
[0:25] <nda_> Ooh
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[0:26] <DanielTheFox> it looks nice
[0:27] <DanielTheFox> 20Ah
[0:27] <DanielTheFox> my dad has an Adata that is 20Ah
[0:27] <DanielTheFox> it feels bulky
[0:27] <DanielTheFox> but hey, the RPi will last almost 20 hours there
[0:28] <nda_> Yeah it is not bad but once I used it on my Pi..
[0:28] <nda_> I realized it did not last very long compared to charging my phones
[0:28] <DanielTheFox> well, as I said, I cheated
[0:28] <nda_> Hehe
[0:28] <DanielTheFox> I underclocked CPU to 180 MHz, GPU to 150 MHz, SDRAM to 120 MHz
[0:29] <DanielTheFox> as soon as I brought down the SDRAM, heat emission also fell down
[0:30] <nda_> Cool :D
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[0:31] <DanielTheFox> I also shut the HDMI output off, and the ethernet interface too
[0:31] <DanielTheFox> only wlan is working
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[0:31] <DanielTheFox> ok, brb
[0:31] <nda_> After doing some more reading, I see that USB 2.0 can only output 500 mA to devices according to the standard, and 1.5A for "battery charging" according to the standard. Perhaps the Pi does not have support for that battery charging feature.
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[0:33] <nda_> Thank you for explaining! I might want to try to do something similar later :D
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[0:34] <nda_> I might be able to use a type of USB cable splitter that has data+power on one end and only power on the other.. Hopefully that can make the Pi output at least about 1A
[0:35] <nda_> That should be enough to keep the connected smartphone from discharging at least
[0:36] <nda_> I mean getting power from two USB ports
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[0:36] <nda_> And hopefully there will be enough to power the Pi itself..
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[0:59] <chris_99> I think, i'm right in thinking the Pi can drive SPI with a clock up to 30MHz right?
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[1:00] <DanielTheFox> chris_99: beyond 60 MHz, actually
[1:00] <DanielTheFox> your mileage may vary
[1:01] <chris_99> oooh
[1:01] <chris_99> 60MHz might be perfect
[1:02] <chris_99> yeah you're right - https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/699/what-spi-frequencies-does-raspberry-pi-support
[1:02] <chris_99> nice
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[1:02] <chris_99> so theoretically, i could easily drive - http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/ads8691.pdf i think
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[1:09] <desnudopenguino> anyone have any experience flashing, or at least reading, motherboard BIOS chips? i just snagged a server board and cpu on ebay, and i'm running into issues with it not booting, and one common issue is the BIOS not supporting the cpu
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[1:13] <DanielTheFox> as far as I know, the RPi has no BIOS as we know them in personal computers
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[1:15] <desnudopenguino> DanielTheFox: yeah, i'm aware of that, just wondering if anyone's done ROM flashing and has any tips of things to do or avoid. lol
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[1:19] <Khaytsus> You bought a bung board.
[1:20] <Khaytsus> Highly unlikely it's anything else
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[1:32] <desnudopenguino> Khaytsus: probably, though i'd just like to check before i go through all the return process stuff.
[1:33] <Khaytsus> You going to buy a cpu it works with to flash the bios? Heh
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[1:35] <desnudopenguino> if there's not a way to do it with a pi. i flashed some stuff many moons ago on a bitcoin asic miner, but haven't messed with a cpu mobo bios yet
[1:38] <Khaytsus> You think you can flash a pc bios using a pi?
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[1:39] <Khaytsus> Don't waste your time. You flash the bios by booting into the bios and doing it, or on older ones, boot a disk
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[1:43] <nda_> I made a simple poor man SPI programmer a long time ago (not using a Pi though).. If the motherboard has an SPI header then I suspect that you can use an SPI flash programmer or make your own with the Pi.
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[1:44] <desnudopenguino> Khaytsus: like i said, i did it in the past on an asic miner, the BIOS chip is removable.
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[1:46] <chris_99> https://www.flashrom.org/RaspberryPi
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[1:50] <desnudopenguino> chris_99: i'll give that a look. thanks guys. if i do anything and have any success, i'll let you know!
[1:51] <desnudopenguino> (or if it crashes and burns...)
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[2:14] <lowkeycoat1> can i use usb tethering for a pi?
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[2:20] <lowkeycoat1> answer is yes it works
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[3:22] <nda_> Is the Raspberry Pi 3 (Model B) really only able to output up to 500 mA across all of the USB ports?
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[3:22] <DanielTheFox> AFAIK, it could throw up to 1.2A
[3:23] <nda_> I have just now sacrificed two USB cables in order to make a Y cable
[3:23] <nda_> But the Pi still provides less than 500 mA
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[3:23] <nda_> Hmm
[3:30] <nda_> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/raspberrypi/usb/README.md
[3:30] <nda_> "Devices such as WiFi adapters, USB hard drives, USB pen drives all consume much more current and should be powered from an external hub with its own power supply. While it is possible to plug a 500mA device into a Pi and have it work with a sufficiently powerful supply, reliable operation is not guaranteed."
[3:30] <nda_> :|
[3:31] <DanielTheFox> your mileage may vary
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[3:31] <nda_> According to the documentation, it sounds like this is not going to work.
[3:32] <nda_> The devices wants about 900-1100 mA
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[3:33] <DanielTheFox> >.>
[3:33] <DanielTheFox> you'll need a powered hub
[3:33] <DanielTheFox> ...or just try bluetooth
[3:33] <DanielTheFox> to be fair, WiFi is much faster than bluetooth
[3:33] <nda_> Mmh right
[3:33] <DanielTheFox> I don't use bluetooth anymore
[3:34] <DanielTheFox> since I can set a FTP server here and transfer files through that
[3:36] <nda_> My problem with sending commands from the Pi to the device wirelessly is the extra work needed to harden security. I will try a powered USB hub first at least.
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[3:36] <DanielTheFox> try SFTP then
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[3:52] <nda_> This USB hub junk provides only 500 mA. I guess I'll go wireless then for now.
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[3:57] <PhotoJim> powered hubs for Pis, pretty much always.
[3:57] <PhotoJim> alas.
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[4:01] <nda_> Yeah I think I might try this again later with hub.. I'll need to buy a more modern hub
[4:02] <nda_> My problem is just that I want the Pi to communicate with a USB device that needs about 1A current, more than the Pi seems willing to provide.
[4:03] <nda_> So I will need to power the device from the hub and at the same time have the data connection to the Pi
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[4:05] <DanielTheFox> fair enough
[4:06] <nda_> Maybe I can just make another Y cable with a power-only end and a data-only end..
[4:09] <nda_> Data+power goes to the device. Power-only goes to the hub. Data-only goes to the Pi. No idea if that will work though.
[4:10] <DanielTheFox> I guess it should, but dunno
[4:11] <DanielTheFox> dang, these poor fiber data rails are highly overloaded, I don't know
[4:11] <DanielTheFox> data transfer from Europe to America, 14 KB/s
[4:12] <DanielTheFox> the speed is higher during some daytimes, so I guess some wire or node must be overloaded
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[4:23] <desnudopenguino> nda_: i had a setup in the past where a pi was powered by a hub, then had the data connection on the hub plugged into the pi
[4:25] <nda_> desnudopenguino: Thanks. I actually want to connect a smartphone to the Pi via USB (to send debug commands to the phone), but the Pi cannot provide enough current for the smartphone. :(
[4:25] <nda_> Wait..
[4:26] <Khaytsus> use a y otg
[4:26] <Khaytsus> and I think you mean the smartphone can't power the pi? the phone wouldn't be trying to be powered by the pi
[4:27] <nda_> The Pi (at least mine) cannot power the smartphone
[4:27] <Khaytsus> Why would that even be a problem
[4:27] <Khaytsus> The phone is not going to try to charge from the pi
[4:27] <Khaytsus> Or be powered by it period
[4:28] <Khaytsus> Is the pi under its own power?
[4:28] <nda_> Yes, it is
[4:28] <nda_> I just want the Pi to be able to send debug commands to the smartphone (Android) via USB
[4:29] <Khaytsus> should just work
[4:29] <Khaytsus> Assuming you can get adb for arm........does that exist?
[4:29] <nda_> Hmm not sure actually..
[4:29] <Khaytsus> Wouldn't you kind of need that
[4:30] <nda_> I thought I could just use a library to replace the adb command in that case
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[4:31] <Khaytsus> You're going to rewrite adb?
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[4:31] <Khaytsus> Meanwhile, back in Saneville.......... use a pc
[4:31] <nda_> If I need to, depending on what's easier to implement
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[4:32] <nda_> But suddenly it seems like I may be better off just writing an app for Android
[4:33] <nda_> I only need a few features
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[5:26] <RustyShackleford> is irssi still the best IRC client?
[5:26] <RustyShackleford> I've tried weechat
[5:26] <Khaytsus> yes
[5:26] <RustyShackleford> i've been using irccloud for a long time but it is slow as FUCK
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[5:31] <Khaytsus> Used ircii in the 90s, bitchx in the early 2000's, irssi since about 2005
[5:33] <PhotoJim> irssi and weechat are the two best today
[5:33] <PhotoJim> irssi is a little more resource-friendly
[5:33] <RustyShackleford> a gui is nice
[5:34] <PhotoJim> I find I don't miss having a GUI
[5:34] <PhotoJim> I can do everything with keyboard controls
[5:34] <PhotoJim> on any device
[5:34] <RustyShackleford> easier to miss notifications
[5:34] <Khaytsus> I much much prefer text irc clients
[5:34] <RustyShackleford> I have a mac, so I ssh into some linux box and run irssi
[5:34] <PhotoJim> I don't find that. the notification windows end up in purple on the status line.
[5:34] <RustyShackleford> if you don't have the window up, you don't see notifications
[5:35] <PhotoJim> I look once in awhile :)
[5:35] <PhotoJim> nothing I get is that urgent
[5:36] <Khaytsus> if I"m away and someone highlights me, I see it on the phone. That's about all I need. Otherwise I'll see it when I look
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[5:38] <RustyShackleford> how do you see it on your phone?
[5:38] <RustyShackleford> Khaytsus:
[5:40] <Khaytsus> Used to use a script in irssi called irssi notifier, now I use the push module in znc
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[11:29] <seriema> How can I open port 445?
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[11:31] <immibis> define "open"
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[11:35] <friendofafriend> If you just want the port open, "sudo nc -l 445 -v" will work.
[11:36] <immibis> that's probably not what they mean by "open" though
[11:38] <friendofafriend> immibis: Oh, I very much agree. Somehow, here be Windows.
[11:42] <friendofafriend> But at least you'll see the port open in netstat and can see a connection attempt in the netcat output, that jazz.
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[11:48] <seriema> @immibis ah ok. I'm trying to mount a SMB share. The Azure analysis tool said "Error: Port 445 is not reachable from this client and the error is Connection Timeout or Error happens" (full log: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/YbcxFW2YXx/)
[11:48] <immibis> so the client is a raspberry pi and the server is an Azure server?
[11:48] <seriema> yes
[11:49] <immibis> does Azure have security settings?
[11:49] <seriema> yes, but disabling them doesn't help
[11:49] <immibis> I haven't used Azure, but on AWS there's a firewall that you have to configure
[11:49] <immibis> I think it defaults to only allowing port 22 connections
[11:50] <seriema> I have tried a lot of things but that tool from MS really diagnosed everything. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/files/storage-troubleshoot-linux-file-connection-problems
[11:51] <seriema> I think it's correct. I'm able to mount another Azure Files storage on a Ubuntu VM.
[11:51] <immibis> either way it's probably a server side problem
[11:51] <immibis> if you go to the pi and run: nc whatever.file.core.windows.net 445
[11:51] <immibis> does it say "whatever.file.core.windows.net [ip address] 445 open"?
[11:52] <immibis> (maybe it says some other garbage as well, but does it say that?)
[11:53] <seriema> I'm pretty sure it's not server side. I can't mount another Azure Files on the rpi that I've succesfully mounted on a Ubuntu VM.
[11:53] <seriema> running "nc ...file.core.windows.net 445" seems to hang
[11:53] <seriema> or time out
[11:54] <immibis> what's the difference between the Pi and the VM? apart from one being a VM
[11:55] <seriema> nc finished, with no output
[11:55] <immibis> are they both on the same network?
[11:55] <immibis> oh sorry i forgot to say -v
[11:55] <seriema> the VM is in Azure, so that helps too
[11:55] <immibis> add -v to that command
[11:56] <seriema> ok
[11:57] <seriema> just hangs again
[11:57] <seriema> I mean get stuck for a while
[11:58] <seriema> nc [path] 445 -v ?
[11:58] <immibis> it'll probably say connection timed out after a couple of minutes
[11:58] <immibis> i tested it on google.com 81
[11:58] <seriema> yes: (tcp) failed: Connection timed out
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[11:58] <seriema> but I don't think TCP 445 is supported? It's supposed to be SMB
[11:58] <immibis> what about from another computer that's not the Pi?
[11:58] <immibis> and not Azure
[11:59] <seriema> I've tried on my Mac but I can't mount it either
[11:59] <friendofafriend> What service the port is used for doesn't make a difference.
[12:00] <immibis> i still think it's likely to be some firewall settings in azure
[12:00] <seriema> @friendofafriend "You're trying to connect to a storage account over TCP port 445, which is not supported." https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/files/storage-troubleshoot-linux-file-connection-problems#cannot-connect-to-or-mount-an-azure-file-share
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[12:01] <seriema> no I don't think so. Azure Files is meant to work as a file share. They're pretty clear on that: "Azure Files is Microsoft's easy to use cloud file system. Azure file shares can be mounted in Linux distributions using the SMB kernel client." https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/files/storage-how-to-use-files-linux
[12:01] <immibis> then why would the tester be trying to use TCP port 445?
[12:01] <friendofafriend> seriema: Oh, supported by your Windows thing. I thought you meant netcat.
[12:02] <immibis> https://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/32346.azure-summary-of-isps-that-allow-disallow-access-from-port-445.aspx - are you on one of these ISPs?
[12:02] <seriema> @immibis hmm one of their prerequisites on the last link I sent is "Ensure port 445 is open: SMB communicates over TCP port 445 - check to see if your firewall is not blocking TCP ports 445 from client machine."
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[12:03] <seriema> hm could be my ISP. I just wanted to verify my rpi first but let me check (it's not on that list)
[12:04] <immibis> I set up a test for you. nc immibis.com 445
[12:04] <immibis> and: nc immibis.com 446
[12:04] <immibis> if 446 works and 445 doesn't then it's probably your ISP
[12:05] <seriema> 446 finished directly
[12:05] <seriema> and worked: "Port 446 worked"
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[12:05] <seriema> 445 is still trying... I tested both on my Mac
[12:05] <immibis> then yeah. probably your ISP. :(
[12:05] <seriema> let me try my mobile network
[12:06] <immibis> on mine, both work
[12:06] <immibis> i guess it's because SMB used to be (maybe still is?) a common vector for computer viruses
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[12:18] <immibis> heh. that port 445 test script? I left it outputting received data to stdout and 4 people have tried to connect to it (or maybe the same one 4 times)
[12:18] <immibis> with actual SMB
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[12:32] <seriema> @immibis couldn't connect on my mobile network either
[12:33] <seriema> but that could just be another ISP blocking
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[12:44] <seriema> there's no way to verify that it's not my computer that's blocking it somehow? I did check "nmap localhost" but I think that only tells me what my computer has opened outwards, and nothing about me trying to connect to a port.
[12:48] <friendofafriend> You're just scanning the loopback interface.
[12:53] <ShorTie> grc's ShieldsUP is good for testing open ports
[12:55] <chris_99> mm, that's really handy ^
[13:02] <seriema> good tip, thanks. seems to be for Windows though so it can't get anything from my mac?
[13:02] <chris_99> it's a website
[13:03] <chris_99> https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
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[13:34] <seriema> @chris_99 yeah I tried it but looking at the tests it does it's looking for Windows stuff
[13:35] <seriema> it tested 26 ports and "ALL PORTS tested were found to be: CLOSED."
[13:35] <seriema> which doesn't seem reasonable
[13:35] <chris_99> i'm not sure what you mean by windows stuff, you can choose the ports
[13:35] <chris_99> too
[13:38] <ShorTie> it is OS independant, as it is coming across the net and checking your firewall ports
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[15:04] <seriema> ok then I simply don't have any ports open :/
[15:05] <seriema> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/8XW8WgHsX8/
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[15:40] <Snert> that output looks plenty normal to me.
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[16:00] * DanielTheFox wonders if taza means "cup"
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[16:04] <PhotoJim> Dan-Bennett: in French, "tasse" is cup, so good chance
[16:04] <DanielTheFox> you mean DanielTheFox
[16:04] <PhotoJim> Dan-Bennett: oops, ignore
[16:04] <PhotoJim> DanielTheFox: Yes, oops
[16:05] * DanielTheFox confirms "taza" is cup (but only the kind of cup used for coffee, with a small handle on the side)
[16:05] <taza> Please learn some manners.
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[16:18] * DanielTheFox outputs his capabilities: "en_US.UTF-8" and "es_MX.UTF-8" as usable languages
[16:19] * DanielTheFox now requests which languages are usable by taza
[16:20] <taza> You're going on my ignore list until you learn basic manners.
[16:21] <DanielTheFox> Ok.
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[16:23] <DanielTheFox> it's weird how badly humans react when treated as superior things, such as computers
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[16:24] <Khaytsus> taza: You're whining about manners because DanielTheFox asked if taza was cup?
[16:25] <Khaytsus> Wow. Skin thinner than graphene
[16:25] <DanielTheFox> the whole day I've been finding discrete ways to find if taza knows spanish (given his nickname)
[16:25] <taza> Khaytsus I get that this is a newbie channel but there's no good reason to badger me about something completely irrelevant to the channel especially when I've made it clear I don't wish to be badgered.
[16:25] <Khaytsus> Oh.
[16:25] <Khaytsus> DanielTheFox: Stop being a dick
[16:25] <DanielTheFox> Ok.
[16:26] <taza> More like it.
[16:26] <Khaytsus> smh
[16:26] <DanielTheFox> now, in a less unrelated note
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> how do I know if there will be SD card corruption under certain voluntary (config.txt> undervoltage conditions?
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[16:27] <taza> The question itself is more or less harmless if I felt like idle chatter.
[16:27] <taza> Because indeed it's Spanish for teacup.
[16:27] <DanielTheFox> I'm an idle chatter AND someone able to answer some basic questions if nobody else is there
[16:28] <DanielTheFox> over_voltage=-8
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[16:29] <Khaytsus> DanielTheFox: I think the corruption comes from the pi shutting down unexpected while writing. Kind of hard to determine that unless you measure at what voltage your pi shuts off at a given load.
[16:29] <taza> But the channel language is English as per the rules.
[16:29] * DanielTheFox has returned English as first language, despite not being true
[16:30] <DanielTheFox> Khaytsus: ok
[16:30] <DanielTheFox> I'll have to check through trial and error
[16:30] <DanielTheFox> and some SD card/CPU stressing
[16:31] <DanielTheFox> Khaytsus: also, what happens if I undervolt the CPU too much? (over_voltage=-16, yet CPU frequency is still stock 600 MHz to 1400 MHz)
[16:31] <ShorTie> those usb volt meters are nice
[16:31] <Khaytsus> Oh, heh, I got a nastygram from a place in the UK that I put an item in the cart for then realized they were going to charge $25 for shipping so I never proceeded. Telling me my invoice is due and that it is due within 7 days and to contact their billing department if I have any questions. I didn't order anything.
[16:31] <DanielTheFox> ShorTie: I'm not measuring THAT undervolting
[16:32] <taza> What a delight.
[16:32] <DanielTheFox> I'm measuring the voluntary undervolting you do by modifying config.txt
[16:32] <Khaytsus> It's a pi UPS, so it's eh semi on topic here.. but didn't want to pay that much for it with shipping
[16:32] <Fulgen> $25 for shipping? o.O
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[16:33] <Fulgen> where are they shipping from, mars
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[16:33] <taza> New Zealand by Ripoff Express, sounds like.
[16:33] <DanielTheFox> expensive shipping here (in-country) is peaking $10
[16:33] <DanielTheFox> oddly, shipping from China is free
[16:33] <DanielTheFox> (but very slow)
[16:34] <Khaytsus> Yeah, as soon as I saw that I noped out
[16:34] <Khaytsus> $10 item, $25 shipping.. weighs ounces etc....
[16:34] <Fulgen> DanielTheFox: yeah, I paid $5 for a fan from Shanghai (which took two weeks longer than stated)
[16:34] <taza> Sounds like the kind of place that sends nastygrams for orders you didn't place, yes.
[16:35] <taza> I just stick to Amazon, Pi Hut, Adafruit and official suppliers... for a reason.
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[16:38] <Khaytsus> This place has the ONLY one that does _exactly_ what I want.
[16:38] <Khaytsus> Or I'd order elsewhere for sure heh... so far I just do without
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[17:15] <shauno> I've had problems ordering things like that from the UK, and I'm right next door. if it ships with batteries, all bets are off
[17:15] <taza> Ohright you can't air mail batteries
[17:16] <DanielTheFox> never order batteries nor hard disks if the shipping requires crossing an ocean
[17:16] <shauno> I wouldn't call it an ocean; I'm in Ireland
[17:16] <DanielTheFox> ...or any water body
[17:17] <taza> Technically it's an ocean?
[17:18] <shauno> between ireland and the UK?
[17:18] <taza> Yep it's a part of the Atlantic
[17:18] <stiv> does it taste salty?
[17:18] <DanielTheFox> ask whales
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[17:20] <shauno> it's a funny old setup. for most things it's easier to buy them from germany. if I have to buy from the UK, I get them delivered to northern ireland and use a re-mailer
[17:20] <shauno> (and it's not just batteries. amazon UK don't like sending SD cards to ireland. Amazon Germany will)
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[17:22] <chris_99> what the hell? why don't they send sd cards
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[17:26] <shauno> I've never found any rhyme or reason. I've had amazon germany next-day a wrench that amazon UK said would take 2 weeks because it couldn't be shipped by air
[17:27] <chris_99> very odd
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[18:51] <jmadero> hi all - I'm having a Model 2b+ showing solid red light, blinking green light, nothing coming on screen, was working last week, gave it to a buddy, he took it home and wouldn't boot, got it back and seeing the same thing he's seeing. Formatted several times in Linux and installed image (both straight image using dd and noobs - different times) and getting same results. Changed power supply, no luck. Any suggestions?
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[19:09] <phinxy> I wonder how slow you can set the CPU clock at.
[19:11] <phinxy> jmadero: Not even the rainbow splash screen? Have you tried a different monitor?
[19:11] <jmadero> phinxy: not even rainbow splash screen, it's not the monitor, multiple checked
[19:11] <jmadero> the solid red light seems to be an issue
[19:15] <phinxy> jmadero: Do you have a way to check the UART debug output on the GPIO pin 8 & 10?
[19:15] <jmadero> not that I know of
[19:15] <jmadero> I've got a few pis so I guess the easiest thing to do is pop one of the other sd cards into the one that has red light and see what happens
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[19:17] <phinxy> You can use a raspberrypi to connect to another raspberry pi:s UART if you want to take the time
[19:17] <_unreal_> yep thats a few people :)
[19:17] <phinxy> A USB to TTY adapter is probably the easiest
[19:17] <_unreal_> almost done building my mold for making RPI/LCD case/shell for 7"
[19:19] <_unreal_> Older photo but this is a photo of my splash mold of the part.. I'm currently building the MOLD to build a part that looks like that splash mold in the photo. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EMYguINfdBS1wTeoze2DFCxf3hYviQs4
[19:20] <phinxy> mould* i think :p
[19:20] <_unreal_> well if I leave it out side long enough is will get moldy
[19:21] <_unreal_> https://drive.google.com/open?id=16cg-Edly-vYtIEfL5LMp9LVEPEUn4tn-
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[19:22] <_unreal_> sprayed with gelcoat then put fiberglass on it https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wuZiP8kxRJrXbkv14yfFfPOgip7zq1NI
[19:23] <_unreal_> now sprayed the other half with gelcoat. waiting for that to cure so I can put fiberglass on it... When I get to that stage and the fiberglass is cured I can seperate the 2 halfs clean it up and I have my mould of the 2 halfs to make a nice shell
[19:24] <_unreal_> If anyone is interested in a case like this let me know..... I may be interested in making them..... made with fiberglass and ether VE resin or epoxy. and a gelcoat finish....
[19:24] <_unreal_> ... could do awlgrip but I dont have any on hand.
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[19:29] <_unreal_> and phinxy for making a MOLD to form something a shape is spelled mold... Britain spells it mould
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[20:50] <niekniek> Hello! I'm trying to follow a guide for some software but my raspberry pi says npm ERR! fetch failed https://registry.npmjs.org/@babel/parser/-/parser-7.2.0.tgz and similar errors for about a 100 times. However wget on that url works fine. What can cause this?
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[20:55] <jmadero> niekniek: what exactly are you trying to do?
[20:55] <jmadero> and what guide
[20:56] <niekniek> https://koenkk.github.io/zigbee2mqtt/getting_started/running_zigbee2mqtt.html
[20:57] <niekniek> maybe a tmpdir issue: DeprecationWarning: os.tmpDir() is deprecated. Use os.tmpdir() instead.
[20:57] <_unreal_> niekniek, if your haing an RPM error then your RPM's address is worng
[20:57] <niekniek> That's the only thing I get before all the failing
[20:57] <niekniek> rpm != npm
[20:57] <niekniek> and as I said, wget on those URLs work fine
[20:58] <_unreal_> check that your repository entry is correct
[20:58] <_unreal_> I've see plenty of issues where a script had a simple syntax error
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[21:09] <niekniek> replaced https for http in npm-shrinkwrap.json, works a lot better
[21:11] <niekniek> no idea why though..
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[21:44] <chris_99> it seems that theoretically SPI up to 125MHz is supported by the Pi, i'm just wondering has anyone tested 50+MHz here?
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[22:25] <_unreal_> niekniek, respect the repository scripting.... :)
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