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IRC Log for 2019-01-11

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[0:00] <Syliss> i should sing to them
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[0:03] <friendofafriend> kenzo: Is that a Raspberry Pi 3?
[0:03] <kenzo> 3b+
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[0:03] <DanielTheFox> same as mine
[0:03] <TheDoudou> hi
[0:03] <kenzo> I think it can handle more calls if I didn't do a conference bridge
[0:03] <friendofafriend> kenzo: Who calls conference bridges these days?
[0:03] <akk> larsks: Alas, the appimage just says "Pulseaudio error: Connection refused"
[0:03] <kenzo> friendofafriend: me, when I want to tie scammers up ;-)
[0:03] <akk> There doesn't seem to be a way to run without audio.
[0:03] <friendofafriend> Hey, that's fun!
[0:04] <kenzo> i guess I'll have to deploy a raspberry pi bot army
[0:04] <friendofafriend> What codec are you using for audio?
[0:04] <kenzo> i can definitely do a cross-bridge across multiple servers
[0:04] <TheDoudou> i need bash guruu for question (for stupid prob)
[0:04] <kenzo> speex right now
[0:04] <friendofafriend> TheDoudou: Just ask.
[0:04] <kenzo> speex narrow band
[0:04] <DanielTheFox> or send them to me, and I'll attempt to use cluster computing arrays, and maybe I'll be able to get more computing power usable by, for example, ffmpeg
[0:04] <TheDoudou> friendofafriend: it's not real for arduino just problem with bash script
[0:05] <friendofafriend> kenzo: Wow, way to go Speex! I've been doing some VoIP with Opus and very pleased with the quality.
[0:05] <DanielTheFox> nobody ever has enough pies
[0:05] <kenzo> it's a balnce between the width of the wifi card on the pi and the CPU
[0:05] <kenzo> if I used a stronger codec to compress then the CPU will overheat
[0:05] <kenzo> Opus is way better
[0:05] <kenzo> I'm using speex to keep the bitrate down
[0:06] <friendofafriend> A sink does wonders. I haven't implemented Speex for VoIP, but I've heard it in comparisons.
[0:06] <friendofafriend> A heatsink, I should have said.
[0:06] <TheDoudou> i want make slides for presentation with script bash :p it's work fine with slide by slide but it's stupid
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[0:06] <TheDoudou> i try make function for that
[0:06] <TheDoudou> https://ideone.com/8zgJpL
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[0:06] <kenzo> I know this shit will work on a zero. I could solder an LED to the GPIO pins and then make some art with it and have it interactive... it will slow-flood tech support scammers, plus the button and then all the pi zeros wake up and start flooding hard
[0:07] <TheDoudou> need remplace O by FONT char
[0:07] <kenzo> s/plus/push
[0:07] <TheDoudou> (with the $2 input and $3)
[0:07] <TheDoudou> (FONT key is dec ascii code)
[0:07] <kenzo> lol make some jewelry, apparrel and furniture that includes PBXs pre-programmed to spam telecom scammers
[0:08] <TheDoudou> friendofafriend: realy stupid no ?
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[0:08] <kenzo> DDOS as a Service
[0:08] <TheDoudou> (just for the fun lol)
[0:08] <friendofafriend> kenzo: Coffee mug warmer and call flooder?
[0:08] <kenzo> friendofafriend: yaaaas ;-)
[0:08] <kenzo> USB desk fan and call flooder
[0:09] <friendofafriend> kenzo: I saw some fellow flooding emergency services with calls from a prepaid phone. I guess there's lots of potential if you're not billed until the called party picks up?
[0:09] <kenzo> friendofafriend: i'd have to seal the sd card on to the zero and have the unit completely locked down
[0:09] <friendofafriend> TheDoudou: That looks like a lot of fun. I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to do with that script.
[0:10] <friendofafriend> kenzo: Beats watching NetFlix.
[0:10] <kenzo> definitely is more fun, and it feels more rewarding than Folding@HOME
[0:12] <TheDoudou> call function with 0 "TEST" "TEST" change O by TEST and TEST on both lines
[0:13] <TheDoudou> (O it's char position)
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[0:13] <friendofafriend> kenzo: I know there are still some phone phreak types with dial-in voicebridges.
[0:13] <TheDoudou> if call with 1 " A" add space and A
[0:13] <kenzo> there's actually a market to keep telecom connected to the oldest equipment
[0:13] <kenzo> escape rooms
[0:13] <friendofafriend> I used to hang out on a local voicebridge a couple decades ago.
[0:14] <kenzo> Pick up an old 1930s rotary phone, dial a secret number, rpi engages relay to unlock the secret box in the room, etc
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[0:14] <friendofafriend> Sure, I've got some analog to VoIP adapter devices here. Linksys stuff, they weren't very popular.
[0:15] <kenzo> I'm about to put my dad on an OFX adapter and hook him through my PBX... 1,600 mi away
[0:15] <kenzo> to screen his calls
[0:15] <kenzo> he's 83 so you can imagine how much scammers call him
[0:15] <kenzo> about 3x an hour
[0:15] <friendofafriend> Sure, that's a great idea. Telemarketers aren't navigating IVR systems.
[0:15] <kenzo> oh I don't do IVR present... I pre-screen the number
[0:16] <friendofafriend> Some will even mark your number as dead if you play a tri-tone at them, y'know "beee-beee-beeep, the number you're calling...".
[0:16] <Khaytsus> You're sitting at home all day answering your dads phone?
[0:16] <kenzo> I'll send it to Jolly Roger or I have a special extension... 1666 "The Center of Hell"
[0:16] <kenzo> Khaytsus: no. the pbx is
[0:16] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: yeah, there's a specific tone and cadence.
[0:16] <kenzo> raspberry pi talks to the scammers not me
[0:16] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: I've seen audio files of it to put on your voicemail heh
[0:16] <Snert_> kenzo telemarket the dude - answer then try to sell him some bitcoin
[0:16] <kenzo> haa
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[0:17] <Khaytsus> Send 'em to Lenny
[0:17] <kenzo> Jolly Roger takes SIP DID and if it thinks its garbage it picks up on one ring
[0:17] <friendofafriend> Khaytsus: Yeah, there were boxes to play the tritone on your home phone when you picked it up.
[0:17] <kenzo> if you chain ring groups together you can use their bot to screen the incoming
[0:17] <kenzo> and then forward what's clean to your real phones and cell
[0:17] <friendofafriend> I do like Lenny, very much.
[0:17] <kenzo> Jolly Roger is way better than larry
[0:17] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: I'm sorry, my hearing isn't so good, could you repeat that?
[0:18] <friendofafriend> I SAID... nevermind.
[0:18] <kenzo> Jolly Roger can get past DTMF prompts
[0:18] <kenzo> it actually listens for "Press 1[2,3]" and then send DTMF over the line to get past the prompting ;)
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[0:19] <kenzo> So when you get a robocall asking you to press 1 to learn more or press 2 to be placed on the do not call list, Jolly Roger presses 1 and then ties up the agent when she cuts in ;)
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[0:20] <Snert_> let them blab at an AI
[0:20] <Snert_> keep them chasing their tails
[0:20] <kenzo> I got one call that's funny hold on
[0:22] <kenzo> Here we go -> https://clyp.it/cvd2jzlx
[0:22] <akk> larsks: I got urh working. It sees tiny fluctuations but no real signal on 433.920MHz. Is there some other frequency (maybe wifi?) I could sniff to see if the dongle is working?
[0:23] <akk> I don't actually know what frequency this weather station is on, so maybe it's not on 433.920
[0:23] <friendofafriend> akk: Try your local NOAA weather radio frequency.
[0:24] <friendofafriend> rtl_test will tell you if the RTL-SDR is generally working.
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[0:25] <Khaytsus> akk: You shouldn't have to fiddle with the frequency for 433
[0:25] <Khaytsus> It will hear it.
[0:26] <Khaytsus> akk: Have you even googled to see if your weather station is supported/ or rtl_433 --help also lists
[0:26] <Khaytsus> Or maybe your weather station is at 900
[0:26] <akk> Hmm, local weather radio is 162.550 but urh isn't showing much on 162.550M.
[0:27] <Khaytsus> What are you using, gqrx?
[0:27] <akk> Khaytsus: rtl_433 supports *some* ambient weather stations but I wonder if this model may use a different frequency.
[0:28] <akk> Khaytsus: I'm using urh ("universal radio hacker"), can't run gqrx because it won't run without pulseaudio.
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[0:31] <akk> friendofafriend: Just a dump sanity check, if NOAA says 162.550 that does mean MHz? They don't specify units.
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[0:31] <akk> s/dump/dumb
[0:32] <friendofafriend> Oh, It's 162.55MHz.
[0:32] <friendofafriend> Some programs will accept 162.55M, or 162550000.
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[0:34] <akk> I have 162.550M in urh and it's not seeing any significant signal.
[0:34] <Khaytsus> What is urh?
[0:34] <akk> Antenna problem possibly? I plugged in the two longest ones in "rabbit ear" configuration.
[0:35] <akk> Khaytsus: https://github.com/jopohl/urh
[0:35] * Khaytsus rolls eyes
[0:35] <Khaytsus> gqrx or something
[0:35] <akk> Khaytsus: I was looking for something, anything, that might run without pulseaudio.
[0:35] <Khaytsus> why?
[0:35] <friendofafriend> rtl_fm will.
[0:35] <Khaytsus> pLease tell me you're not still holding onto "alsa was good enough" from 2003
[0:35] <akk> Khaytsus: Because I don't have a system that runs pulseaudio, and when I enable it it always makes sound stop working.
[0:36] <Khaytsus> hooboy
[0:36] <friendofafriend> pulseaudio is like systemd for sound.
[0:36] <Khaytsus> PA has just worked for _years_
[0:36] <akk> Khaytsus: I know it's supposed to, and it probably does if you're running a full desktop, but it has never worked for me.
[0:37] <akk> Even on the pi, I had to apt-get purge pulseaudio to get sound to play.
[0:37] <Khaytsus> urh looks interesting, but I wouldn't use it over gqrx for receiving general stuff
[0:37] <Khaytsus> And I use audio on my pi's all the time, zero problem
[0:37] <friendofafriend> Sound for neckbearded, craftbrew-drinking, thick-glassed vapers. That's pulse.
[0:37] <Khaytsus> I've had 3 different ones as an aprs nod eover time, zero problems
[0:38] <Khaytsus> Always use raspbian lite
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[0:39] <akk> I usually do, though I might have been using full raspbian the last time I hit sound/pulse problems.
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[0:40] <akk> But Khaytsus, even if I don't care about pulse, apt-get install gqrx-sdr wanted to install 260 packages total.
[0:40] <akk> On the desktop it was more like 60, probably because I already have (maybe not the right version of) boost.
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[0:49] <akk> friendofafriend: With rtl_fm -f 433.920M, what do I do with the output?
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[0:54] <friendofafriend> akk: So, you're probably only going to see data bursts from your transmitter every several minutes.
[0:55] <friendofafriend> Most wireless temperature devices are battery operated, and to conserve they transmit with considerable time inbetween.
[0:56] <akk> friendofafriend: If I run that command, I see unprintable characters constantly spewed to stdout.
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[0:56] <friendofafriend> akk: Yes, because the output is meant to be piped to a program like aplay.
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[0:56] <friendofafriend> akk: If you do a "rtl_fm --help", you'll see some examples of aplay commands to use.
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[0:59] <friendofafriend> akk: You're also very welcome to join ##rtlsdr , where there's lots of SDR experts.
[0:59] <akk> Ah, I should probably do that instead of flooding the channel here. Thanks, friendofafriend
[1:00] <akk> Have to run off to a meeting soon, but I'll try tomorrow.
[1:01] <friendofafriend> akk: Lots of luck, have a good one.
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[1:14] <encryptedlvm> Hi! Can somebody help me to make hotspot with raspberry pi? I followed this tutorial https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/access-point.md but I can't force rpi to use static IP. In this tutorial I can't even find part in which is explained how to do so, but I found it somewhere else.
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[1:14] <encryptedlvm> my dhcpcd.conf looks like this https://nopaste.xyz/?c9edbd381959db27#Plji9aFKHME4k5tQSxuFeX+HGUhhD85ATGQKPhCjjZw=
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[1:17] <encryptedlvm> Maybe it even shouldn't have static ip for eth0, but I can't ssh to rpi since I made those changes. Rpi doesn't get IP at all.
[1:18] <encryptedlvm> And do you know what denyinterfaces wlan0 and denyinterfaces eth0 stands for?
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[1:21] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: If all you'll be doing with this Pi is having it act as a hotspot, maybe OpenWRT would appeal.
[1:21] <encryptedlvm> Sorry, I have to use static IP because I can't tell my router to reserve one for rpi's MAC.
[1:22] <Snert_> good. critical infrasctructure should be real static address anyways.
[1:22] <encryptedlvm> friendofafriend: well, hotstop is not the only thing on rpi.
[1:23] <encryptedlvm> But, thanks for idea!
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[1:25] <friendofafriend> You are very welcome, encryptedlvm. OpenWRT has come a long way. There's a nice web interface, it's just like a store-bought router UI.
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[1:25] <friendofafriend> What model of Raspberry Pi do you have? What wireless interface are you using?
[1:26] <encryptedlvm> It suppose to be hotspot for openwireless.org and to somehow separate it from my home network. If you know what I mean?
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[1:27] <encryptedlvm> It is old model, B I think, one without internal wifi.
[1:28] <friendofafriend> OK, so you've got a wifi interface attached?
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[1:30] <encryptedlvm> Yes. It is turned off new, because I can't control it without ssh. Now I can manualy change conf files on it's memmory card. Btw. sorry for my english. I do my best, but it's not my main language.
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[1:31] <DanielTheFox> it's not my first language either
[1:31] <DanielTheFox> someone might have already noticed by now :)
[1:32] <encryptedlvm> When it's turned on, whit configuration from that tutorial, I can connect to wifi, but I can not use internet, it didn't get IP on eth0.
[1:32] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: Which configuration in the tutorial are you using? "Standalone" or "Bridge"?
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[1:33] <encryptedlvm> I think for bridge?
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[1:34] <encryptedlvm> Because that is what i have to achieve.
[1:35] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: That tutorial makes a bridge interface which should then get an IP address from your router.
[1:37] <encryptedlvm> But my eth0 don't get any IP. Why?
[1:38] <encryptedlvm> Is bridge made when eth0 get IP and then bridge it to wlan0, or something else?
[1:38] <encryptedlvm> I'm not sure what to do with that. Rpi's eth0 have to have IP, static should be nice, and than it should act like gateway, but translate IP to some other subbnet.
[1:38] <encryptedlvm> Somehting like that.
[1:38] <encryptedlvm> Is it possible?
[1:39] <encryptedlvm> Just to be separated from my home network.
[1:40] <friendofafriend> eth0 should not get an IP address.
[1:40] <friendofafriend> You will see the address on your bridge interface (probably br0).
[1:41] <encryptedlvm> Hm! Then how to connect to rpi by ssh?
[1:41] <friendofafriend> You will also see the IP address of your Pi in the DHCP client table of your router.
[1:41] <DanielTheFox> ip addr
[1:41] <encryptedlvm> just a sec!
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[1:43] <encryptedlvm> You are rigth!!! Thanks!
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[1:44] <friendofafriend> You are very welcome, encryptedlvm. You did a good job setting it up! :)
[1:44] <encryptedlvm> But, how can I make that a static IP?
[1:44] <friendofafriend> Well, you can make a static lease in your router, which is the easiest way.
[1:45] <friendofafriend> So, the IP is still received by DHCP, but you always get the same IP.
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[1:45] <encryptedlvm> I know. Sadly, I cannot do that. My crappy cable router wan't let me.
[1:45] <encryptedlvm> Is there a way to set it from rpi?
[1:46] <friendofafriend> There is, you could do that by editing /etc/network/inferfaces and adding a static IP for br0.
[1:47] <encryptedlvm> And there is another problem.
[1:47] <encryptedlvm> The only way I can test it is from my tables.
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[1:48] <encryptedlvm> It is connected to my home wifi, ssid name 123, and ssid by rpi is NameOfNetwork. It is just an example, but here is the thing.
[1:48] <friendofafriend> A static IP address is not so hard to set. Something like a "iface br0 inet manual" line and then the address, netmask, and gateway after. You will probably also need "allow-hotplug br0".
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[1:49] <encryptedlvm> Thanks for that. I'll try, but see this.
[1:49] * friendofafriend is watching.
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[1:49] <encryptedlvm> When I connect to 123, I get IP 192.168.0.13.
[1:50] <encryptedlvm> When I connect to ssid NameOfNetwork, I get the same IP!
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[1:50] <encryptedlvm> I shouldn't!
[1:50] <encryptedlvm> Look at this:
[1:50] <friendofafriend> Why not?
[1:50] <encryptedlvm> Type or copy the following information into the dnsmasq configuration file and save it:
[1:50] <encryptedlvm> interface=wlan0 # Use the require wireless interface - usually wlan0
[1:50] <encryptedlvm> dhcp-range=192.168.4.2,192.168.4.20,255.255.255.0,24h
[1:51] <encryptedlvm> That is from said tutorial.
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[1:51] <encryptedlvm> Why I don't get IP from that range?
[1:51] <friendofafriend> Right, but that's from a different part.
[1:51] <encryptedlvm> Hm, It's true.
[1:51] <encryptedlvm> You are right once again.
[1:51] <friendofafriend> You are simply bridged to the other network.
[1:52] <encryptedlvm> Yes, I see.
[1:52] <friendofafriend> Always here to help, encryptedlvm. Bridging can be pretty tricky!
[1:52] <encryptedlvm> So, withoud a brige, it should work?
[1:52] <encryptedlvm> It should gave me separate IP?
[1:52] <friendofafriend> So, there are two ways.
[1:52] <encryptedlvm> Separate from my home network.
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[1:53] <friendofafriend> On one hand, you can have a separate network, with the Raspberry Pi as a router.
[1:53] <friendofafriend> It will do NAT between your 192.168.4.0/24 network and your other LAN network.
[1:54] <encryptedlvm> That is what I need!
[1:54] <encryptedlvm> So, that is the first part?
[1:54] <encryptedlvm> from tutorial.
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[1:54] * DanielTheFox likes cross-network NATs and static routes
[1:54] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: Exactly, that is only the first part.
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[1:54] <friendofafriend> If you have a bridge interface at all, you have probably done both.
[1:55] <encryptedlvm> Thanks! I have bridge interface. So I'll do it one more time, just the frst part.
[1:56] <encryptedlvm> To get it without bridge, just NAT.
[1:56] <encryptedlvm> Is that correct?
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[1:57] <friendofafriend> Yes, you've got it!
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[1:58] <encryptedlvm> Ok. I'll do that right now and I'll be back. :-) Thanks a million!
[1:58] <friendofafriend> You're welcome a million! Good luck to you, encryptedlvm.
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[2:23] <foolibar> Hi, Is the raspbian lite same as the minimal debian called netinstall. Im looking on a way to work on raspbian-lite from a Virtual machine.
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[2:26] <BurtyB> foolibar, it's a SD/USB image ready to go rather than an installer
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[2:30] <encryptedlvm> friendofafriend: It's alive! :-D
[2:30] <foolibar> and it;s the exact same package&config list exept the x86/ARM part ?
[2:31] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: Hooray! I'm glad it's working for you! Good job.
[2:31] <encryptedlvm> Nice! That is what I was trying to do.
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[2:33] <encryptedlvm> btw. maybe you know. Is there a way to see what password someone is typing when he or she i trying to connect to my network?
[2:33] <encryptedlvm> *is trying...
[2:34] <CoJaBo> So, I have a UVC capture thing (basically a webcam); how can I stream from it in a pi? I can't seem to find a good result that isn't ancient <_<
[2:35] <CoJaBo> I'd also like some method that could stream from the builtin camera too
[2:35] <friendofafriend> CoJaBo: mjpg-streamer
[2:35] <CoJaBo> Is there one that isn't mjpeg? I really hate mjpeg..
[2:35] <friendofafriend> From the built-in camera is different, probably raspivid and ffmpeg.
[2:36] <friendofafriend> CoJaBo: Sure, you could just use ffmpeg and icecast.
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[2:36] <CoJaBo> I can't seem to find a working command line
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[2:39] <friendofafriend> CoJaBo: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -hide_banner -loglevel panic -video_size 640x480 -framerate 30 -re -i /dev/video0 -preset ultrafast -vcodec libx264 -tune zerolatency -b 1400k -content_type 'video/ts' -f mpegts -ice_name cam0 icecast://source:password@localhost:8000/cam0.ts
[2:39] <friendofafriend> But you'd be better off using hardware accelerated encoding by building ffmpeg from source.
[2:40] <CoJaBo> Yeh, I probably also want that
[2:40] <CoJaBo> why isn't there a precompiled version supporting that then lol
[2:40] <friendofafriend> Licensing.
[2:40] <CoJaBo> Is there a link/guide for doing that?
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[2:41] <encryptedlvm> friendofafriend: one more thing.
[2:41] <CoJaBo> huh, I don't have a /dev/video0
[2:41] <friendofafriend> CoJaBo: https://maniaclander.blogspot.com/2017/08/ffmpeg-with-pi-hardware-acceleration.html
[2:41] <CoJaBo> that's probably not a good sign. could swear it was there a moment ago
[2:41] <CoJaBo> friendofafriend: and that's still current? lol
[2:42] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: Sure, what's up?
[2:42] <encryptedlvm> with wifi analyzer, I can see LAN neighbors.
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[2:43] <encryptedlvm> just a sec
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[2:47] <encryptedlvm> friendofafriend: Nothing. Everything is fine. :-) I somehow got IP from home router, so I could see all LAN neighbors. But now I got IP from rpi's dhcp and it is ok. Btw. is there a way to see what password is somebody typing when trying to connect to wireless network?
[2:48] <mijk> hey, I'm trying to hook my Pi 3B+ to a VT420 and editing /etc/inittab doesn't seem to work anymore
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[2:48] <friendofafriend> encryptedlvm: Not really an easy way to do that. It's not logged anywhere.
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[2:50] <encryptedlvm> Nice. Because, if that is possible, anyone could set ssid to some legitimate network and see what pass someone use.
[2:50] <foolibar> Wifi passwords are send pre-encrypted they does not travel in clear
[2:50] <encryptedlvm> thanks foolibar!
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[2:51] <foolibar> This said, the wpa2 4way-handshake can be captured and bruteforce localy
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[2:52] <friendofafriend> foolibar: I've never seen anyone trying to crack password attempts from a client, have you?
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[2:53] <foolibar> what you mean from a client ?
[2:54] <foolibar> most attack imply capturing/spoofing communication
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[2:54] <friendofafriend> Right, so if you're capturing an attempt at association, you should get any password the client sends, even a wrong one.
[2:54] <foolibar> some can be done directly aganst the router with some pincode thingy
[2:54] <friendofafriend> Yeah, WDS, reaver all that stuff.
[2:56] <foolibar> no, the router first send you an asymmetric key to encrypt the password before sending back, so you won't see it.
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[2:56] <foolibar> (and other more complicated stuff)
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[2:59] <friendofafriend> Ah, here's a capture of it. http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=wpa_capture#analysis_of_a_bad_passphrase_connection_attempt
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[3:01] <encryptedlvm> Thanks one more time! I have to sleep. Have a nice day!
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[7:09] <phinxy> How can you test if hardware RNG is working on linux?
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[7:16] <energizer> if it says "4", it's random
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[8:11] <shiftplusone> phinxy: in dmesg you should see whether it was initialized.
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[12:41] <EdwardIII> there's like an "internal" port on top of the pi to shunt this kind of connector into right? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/For-Raspberry-Pi-7-Touch-Screen-Module-800X480-Resolution-LCD-Display-HDMI-NEW/264063900968?epid=14026515312&hash=item3d7b6f5d28:g:llAAAOSwZltb~tyQ:rk:2:pf:0
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[12:43] <mfa298> If it's HDMI as the description says then you'll need some way to plug it into the hdmi port, if it's DSI (doesn't say it is) then you can use the DSI port on the B models
[12:43] <EdwardIII> ah ok
[12:44] <mfa298> and I'm not sure there are any DSI displays that work other than the official Pi display.
[12:44] <EdwardIII> hmm that connector sticking out the bottom doesn't look like what i'm used to seeing on a normal hdmi device e.g. a ps3
[12:46] <ShorTie> i'd guess you would need a adapter board to use that screen
[12:47] <EdwardIII> or just a better screen?
[12:48] <ShorTie> the official 1 works great
[12:48] <EdwardIII> it does look excellent
[12:48] <EdwardIII> but i'm looking to make about 6-7 devices and it's a little pricey for me. i don't really need touch
[12:49] <EdwardIII> listed as around £80 here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Official-7-Raspberry-Pi-Touchscreen-Display-for-the-RPi-with-Premium-Black-Case/182570033915?hash=item2a8205a2fb:g:LAgAAOSw~FJZFIcH:rk:3:pf:0
[12:49] <ali1234> that ebay link looks like the same module as the official screen
[12:49] <ali1234> but the official screen has a converter board on it
[12:50] <ShorTie> don't really need touch, how big of a screen do you need ??
[12:50] <ShorTie> backup lcd's work preaty good
[12:50] <EdwardIII> 7" should be good
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[12:50] <ShorTie> 5" ??
[12:51] <EdwardIII> t's just to show a few little dashboards for some web stuff
[12:51] <EdwardIII> i think 5" might make readability a bit of an issue
[12:51] <mfa298> the question to ask is whether the time spent testing cheaper displays and potentilly wasted money on things that arent suitable actully saves anything overall
[12:52] <EdwardIII> heh always a good question to ask
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[12:52] <ShorTie> https://www.ebay.com/itm/Car-Rear-View-Backup-Monitor-7-Digital-Color-TFT-Screen-16-9-DVD-LCD-Reverse/132868037697?hash=item1eef8d5c41:g:i1UAAOSwq2xb-3Dx:rk:8:pf:0
[12:53] <mfa298> personally I'd talk to some of the official sellers and see wht they can do, if you need a few they might do a discount (although maybe not much if it's only 6)
[12:54] <EdwardIII> yeah not really industrial scale heh
[12:54] <EdwardIII> those reversing monitors look like a good idea though
[12:55] <mfa298> pihut show the official disply at £60 so that's a quick saving https://thepihut.com/collections/raspberry-pi-screens/Displays
[12:55] <ShorTie> you can hack them to run off of 5vdc instead of 12v
[12:56] <ShorTie> they are built for cars, thus the 12vdc
[12:58] <mfa298> one thing to remeber, those parking displays are often composite which may limit the quality a bit (although probbly not much over a 7" screen)
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[12:59] <EdwardIII> you can get hdmi ones: https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_odkw=car+monitor+screen+hdmi+7%22%C2%A3&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=car+monitor+screen+hdmi+7%22&_sacat=0
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[13:02] <mfa298> at which point it's not much cheaper thn the official display from a proper retailer ;)
[13:05] <ShorTie> 1 of the nicer thing about the official, is the pi bolts right to the back of it
[13:05] <ShorTie> make it a 1 piece unit
[13:06] <mfa298> at that point it's about what suits your needs best, For somethings I might do the car hdmi display, others the oficial pi display
[13:06] <EdwardIII> yeah it looks really tidy
[13:08] <EdwardIII> the cheapest on ebay is 23.80£ (not super-cheap), works out at a 181£ saving if i get 5
[13:08] <EdwardIII> plus the cost of putting it in the cupboard because i can't get it working then going and buying 5 offical displays afterwards anyway
[13:14] <mfa298> whilst ebay might be the cheap place for chinese stuff, don't rely on it for proper Pi hardware. and for 5+ of an item (especilly if you might be getting more in the future) I'd potentially ask the supplier. They may well do a small discount.
[13:14] <EdwardIII> i'll give it a go
[13:14] <ShorTie> penny wize, pound foolish
[13:15] <ShorTie> been down that road many times, lol.
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[13:15] <EdwardIII> i've not done much pi stuff, i've done quite a bit of hacking with arduino/esp8266 though
[13:17] <mfa298> even if it's just free shipping or a few quid off, as they say 'Every little helps', and if this is something you might do more off or publish the designs for then it's all potentilly good business for the store.
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[13:18] <EdwardIII> now i'm comparing pi3a+ vs b+
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[13:24] <EdwardIII> did you guys see that 'cyberpunk' workstation someone made framed with makerbeams on reddit?
[13:24] <chris_99> not i. linky?
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[13:28] <EdwardIII> https://www.reddit.com/r/raspberry_pi/comments/ads57h/the_latest_rev_of_my_pi_science_station_laptop/
[13:28] <EdwardIII> less practical than that green workstation people use in workshops probably and i guess more expensive, looks cute though
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[13:32] <chris_99> cool :)
[13:33] <EdwardIII> i've not heard of makerbeams before, seems like adult meccano
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[13:34] <chris_99> yeah, there's also bigger things like that, i forget the name, but people use them for building cnc machines etc
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[13:35] <chris_99> 80/20 is wot i was thinking of i think
[13:36] <EdwardIII> ah ha that's cool
[13:36] <chris_99> yeah it looks really handy
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[13:37] <chris_99> i think it's hard to get that type in the UK iirc, but there are other ones
[13:40] <EdwardIII> i don't really have a use case atm but good to know what's out there
[13:40] <EdwardIII> i'm not a hardcore maker, just a little tinkerer
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[13:45] <chris_99> somewhat off topic, but i'm wondering, but kind of SBC related, does anyone know much about PC104 boards, specifically the ISA style ones, i'm trying to find one with a floppy connector, i've seen one that you add an extra module for a floppy disk controller, but not one with a FDD connector on the main board yet
[13:46] <EdwardIII> chris_99: going to make a floppotron?
[13:46] <chris_99> a what heh?
[13:46] <chris_99> oh the musical floppy drive things
[13:47] <chris_99> nah, alas not, trying to get a 5.25" disk drive to work
[13:47] <EdwardIII> hat's the one
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[14:43] <kenzo> wooot
[14:43] <kenzo> took down another call center in Mumbai with a Raspberry Pi
[14:43] <kenzo> https://clyp.it/qdxlencx
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[14:54] <BurtyB> hopefully legal wherever you are...
[14:58] <kenzo> the government is shut down here so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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[15:09] <programmerq> kenzo▸ do you have more info about the software you are using?
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[15:32] <mfa298> so by take down all you really mean is you tied up a few of their people for a few minutes and probably means all they've done is remove your number from their lists (assuming they called you)
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[15:36] <hodapp> kenzo: wtf is this o_O
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[15:43] <hodapp> it could use a little explanation
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[16:37] <Khaytsus> hodapp: autism
[16:38] <hodapp> ehh?
[16:38] <Khaytsus> He's honeypotting spam centers, which I'm basically for, but he seems to have made it a full-time job
[16:39] <hodapp> not sure what that has to do with autism
[16:40] <friendofafriend> Oh no, we've got another one. ;)
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[16:41] <hodapp> another one what, someone who thinks "autism" is a punchline?
[16:45] <friendofafriend> Why don't you go look it up?
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[16:46] <hodapp> why assume I haven't?
[16:47] <Khaytsus> This reminds me of a german guy in a meeting once, I made a light joke. He stares at me very sternly for like 5s then says "oh, this is joke? ya?"
[16:47] <Khaytsus> Then he continued on as if he just needed confirmation.
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[16:47] <hodapp> no one missed your joke
[16:48] <friendofafriend> They enjoy Löwenbräu humor.
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[16:49] <Khaytsus> hodapp: It's okay, I tell people often as long as I amuse myself with my jokes I'm happy with that. No need to start an international war over it.
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[17:16] <Fulgen> I setup my Raspberry Pi Zero WH in gadget mode and it works with g_serial loaded. however, if I try to load g_mass_storage too by adding it too to /etc/modules-load.d/<file> and setting the respective options in /etc/modprobe.d/<file>, it simply doesn't do anything. with g_acm_ms, I get both, though. now if I try to load g_hid (which doesn't load on boot time too) at runtime, I get odprobe: ERROR: could
[17:16] <Fulgen> not insert 'g_hid': No such device. Am I missing something?
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[17:18] <hodapp> Fulgen: only one of these can be used at once, IIRC. You have to use libcomposite & USB gadget configfs to use multiple ones
[17:19] <Fulgen> ah, thanks!
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[17:20] <hodapp> https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/usb/gadget_configfs.txt has some docs but it can be tricky
[17:20] <hodapp> I had https://randomnerdtutorials.com/raspberry-pi-zero-usb-keyboard-hid/ marked too
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[17:23] <Fulgen> yeah, I looked at that one too @randomnerd, but apparently didn't see I needed libcomposite *facepalm*
[17:24] <BurtyB> Fulgen, there's also g_multi which is serial+mass storage+ethernet)
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[17:28] <nixnix> Hi, I have an ssh issue: created a password-less key on the pi, but when I want to use it, a password to unlock is requested with "Enter passphrase for key"
[17:29] <DanielTheFox> what happens if you enter nothing?
[17:30] <HighInBC> it should not ask for a password if there is none
[17:30] <nixnix> I get asked for the login password
[17:30] <HighInBC> oh, it is not using the key
[17:30] <HighInBC> add -vvvv to the command and see where it is failing
[17:30] <nixnix> Next authentication method: password
[17:30] <HighInBC> are you using -i to refer to the key?
[17:30] <HighInBC> or relying on the default path
[17:31] <HighInBC> it is either not finding the key locally or the key is not setup remotely probably
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[17:36] <nixnix> I could copy the key with ssh-copy-id successfully, and I use -i .../key.pub, I also corrected the key files permissions to 600 (ssh-keygen left them with 644?!?).
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[17:37] <HighInBC> permissions are important
[17:37] <HighInBC> the verbose output should say why it is not using the key, if not with -vvvv then with -vvvvv
[17:37] <HighInBC> it will be buried in a sea of text
[17:37] <Fulgen> BurtyB: yes, but I want it to be an HID too
[17:40] <BurtyB> Fulgen, then you're doomed and need to use satans config
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[17:43] <nixnix> HighInBC: full log here for -vv http://paste.debian.net/1059780/
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[17:45] <HighInBC> huh, that is a new one on me
[17:45] <nixnix> HighInBC: the log is missing the password input lines before "no password given"
[17:46] <HighInBC> if there is no password on the key then it should not ask
[17:46] <HighInBC> is this a recently generated key, or one from years back?
[17:46] <nixnix> I agree ;)
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[17:46] <nixnix> Just created a new one that does also not work
[17:46] <HighInBC> certain old key types are rejected for security reasons
[17:47] <HighInBC> no idea what is wrong, this has always just worked for me
[17:49] <mfa298> nixnix: from the client you use the private key not the public key
[17:49] <HighInBC> oh lol
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[17:49] <mfa298> that looks like you might be trying to use the public key as your identity
[17:49] <HighInBC> ya that would be it
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[17:50] <nixnix> Does not matter what you use, openssh sends the key.pub key if you say -i key, and both did not work
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[17:52] <mfa298> the public key is the part that's public, i.e. the bit you put onto the clients you want to log in to.
[17:52] <HighInBC> permissions have to be right on both sides too, but ssh-copy-id does that for you
[17:53] <HighInBC> I always refer to the .pem file
[17:53] <HighInBC> ssh -i .ssh/HighInBCEC2.pem ...
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[17:53] <mfa298> I generally have my keys with the default name or use .ssh/config to specify them, no point remembering a load of command line params when you dont have to
[17:55] <nixnix> server/sshd logs: "reverse mapping checking getaddrinfo for bla.de [137.149.132.257] failed - POSSIBLE BREAK-IN ATTEMPT! "; next is "password failed"
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[17:56] <HighInBC> do you have the key authorized only to certain IPs?
[17:57] <nixnix> Started with config in .ssh/config, but need -vv for debug here. authorized only to certain IPs? Did not know that this exits, interesting, but no
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[17:57] <HighInBC> https://access.redhat.com/solutions/83933
[17:58] <HighInBC> may be relevant
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[17:58] <HighInBC> could be the /etc/hosts file says something different for that host
[17:59] <nixnix> I just created a key on ubuntu and copied it over. That one does work without issues...
[18:00] <Fulgen> got the HID working so far, but it doesn't seem to recognize the usb key config, is there something wrong? https://bpaste.net/show/46d96a901967
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[18:02] <nixnix> sshd can only reverse lookup the name of my provider, so that seems OK. I will use the working key now and not ask any more questions ;)
[18:02] <nixnix> Thanks
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[18:13] <taza> Anyone with any familiarity with Winstar WH1202A LCD displays?
[18:13] <taza> It's a 2x12 display
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[18:14] <HighInBC> not that specific one
[18:14] <HighInBC> I have used other 1202s
[18:14] <taza> Ait well close enough I guess
[18:14] <taza> Feed 5v USB ground into 1, 5v into 3 and 15 based on data sheet?
[18:15] <taza> Rest go into gpio to program at a guess.
[18:15] <taza> 1, 3 and 15, rather
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[18:28] <HighInBC> I have always used the i2c interfaces that attach
[18:29] <HighInBC> if it is like the other 1202s
[18:29] <HighInBC> otherwise it uses all of my gpio
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[18:31] <lopta> HighInBC: Do I2C devices have preset addresses on the bus or are they assigned by some sort of bus controller?
[18:32] <HighInBC> the boards I have seen have a preset address but there is a jumper on them to change the last bit
[18:32] <HighInBC> the chip they are using has a prefix and then pins for I think 2-4 bits, and the board breaks out one of those bits
[18:32] <HighInBC> or 2, can't remember
[18:32] <nixnix> I2C usually have preset ids, usually changeable with jumper
[18:32] <lopta> HighInBC: Ah nice, so you could perhaps have two displays on the same Pi (given sufficient power)
[18:33] <lopta> ?
[18:33] <HighInBC> yes that is the ide
[18:33] <HighInBC> a
[18:33] <lopta> That's another benefit of I2C Vs. the old parallel interface then.
[18:33] <HighInBC> yes
[18:33] <lopta> Are the displays more expensive?
[18:34] <lopta> Think I have an old 40x2 display at home somewhere. I should look for that.
[18:34] <HighInBC> I use these: https://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-Blue-IIC-I2C-TWI-1602-16x2-Serial-LCD-Module-Display-for-Arduino-Plf/113307241802
[18:34] <HighInBC> 3 address jumper bits
[18:34] <HighInBC> and a potentiometer to adjust back light
[18:35] <nixnix> just a tiny bit for the addditional I2c board
[18:35] <HighInBC> it really takes a lot of work from your own project in terms of wiring and software
[18:35] <lopta> HighInBC: ...and that's more time for other things.
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[18:35] <HighInBC> exactly
[18:36] <HighInBC> so you can have 8 screens with those 3 address bits
[18:36] <HighInBC> if you were so inclined
[18:37] <lopta> Seven, surely?
[18:37] <lopta> ...wouldn't the Pi need one?
[18:37] <lopta> Oh wait
[18:37] <lopta> I get it
[18:37] <HighInBC> pi is master, it needs no address
[18:37] <lopta> The Pi isn't constrained to the same high-order bits as the display.
[18:38] <HighInBC> that too
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[18:38] <HighInBC> actually I am not sure if master uses an address, not entirely familiar with the guts of i2c
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[18:39] <lopta> HighInBC: That may have been an assumption based on my familiarity with SCSI
[18:39] <lopta> I tend to assume everything on the bus needs an address.
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[18:39] <HighInBC> I know it supports multi-master so perhaps it does
[18:44] <BurtyB> on i2c they'e slave addresses
[18:44] <nixnix> found the ssh problem: it was the explicitly given .pub extension (asmfa298 pointed out), this is different on ubuntu, as I can use -i key.pub there. Not the same on raspbian, as it seems. Might be a recent change (OpenSSH_7.4p1 on raspbian, OpenSSH_7.2p2 on my Ubuntu 16)
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[19:00] <taza> HighInBC Eh, this consumes, what, six pins? The use is suitable for that.
[19:01] <HighInBC> 2 are power and ground
[19:01] <taza> That is also a very Vancouver name
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[19:01] <HighInBC> and I think you can skip another one if you are not talking bidirectional
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[19:01] <HighInBC> I am an Islander
[19:01] <taza> Ah, Vic?
[19:01] <HighInBC> Sidney
[19:02] <taza> Vanc island still, close enough!
[19:02] <HighInBC> yup
[19:02] <taza> I'm scarily familiar with Vanc and the area because of LRR and also friends there.
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[19:03] <taza> But yeah, ten pins off gpio for this 1201
[19:03] <taza> * 1202
[19:05] <taza> So as long as I use a Pi with a 40pin as opposed to 26pin, I'll be fine
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[19:06] <lopta> My uncle lives on Pender Is. if that counds.
[19:07] <lopta> counts*
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[20:32] <runnerbeany> this is more of a networking question
[20:32] <runnerbeany> but why does runnerbeany.co.uk go to an ad for 123-reg.co.uk
[20:32] <runnerbeany> when ssh.runnerbeany.co.uk goes to the apache server :thinking:
[20:33] <chris_99> probably need to change your DNS A record
[20:33] <runnerbeany> i've got an @ A and a * A pointing to my IP
[20:33] <chris_99> when did you change it
[20:33] <runnerbeany> unless it just took a while to update - ill check
[20:33] <runnerbeany> eh about half hour ago
[20:34] <runnerbeany> when i created the ssh subdomain it worked after a few secs
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[20:44] <BurtyB> runnerbeany, it has a TTL of 14400 on the record so it could be cached for up to 4 hours by your machine, router, isp/resolver (and possibly more if any of those ignore the ttl)
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[20:47] <runnerbeany> how does ttl work?
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[20:57] <BurtyB> runnerbeany, how many seconds it should be refreshed after
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[21:01] <runnerbeany> ah cheers
[21:01] <chris_99> they both go to the same IP for me btw starting with 94
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[21:16] <oldandwise> i have a new bought rpi0w, suddenly it is no longer powering on. However, if i connect via its usb port to my PC, it is detected. Is my rpi0w dead?
[21:19] <oldandwise> dmesg shows https://termbin.com/c2ow
[21:20] <friendofafriend> Have you tried another SD card?
[21:21] <friendofafriend> (And your Pi showing in dmesg means it's likely functioning fine.)
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[21:29] <oldandwise> i tried all to be ok: cable, hdmi, sdcard because i have another rpi3-B
[21:29] <oldandwise> friendofafriend: functioning fine.. yes, but the power is plugged via the usb.. not the main power
[21:29] <oldandwise> how can i prove, that my usb power port is damaged?
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[21:32] <friendofafriend> So, I'm a little confused. You're saying the Pi Zero works fine with power applied on the USB port?
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[21:34] <oldandwise> friendofafriend: no. But it is detected by `dmesg`
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[21:34] <oldandwise> but nothing is showing up in the monitor
[21:34] <friendofafriend> Does the green LED on the Pi Zero turn on?
[21:34] <oldandwise> as, if.. it is never reading the sdcard
[21:35] <oldandwise> friendofafriend: on first day, yes i see the LED blink.. now no more
[21:35] <friendofafriend> The green LED comes on and stays on?
[21:35] <oldandwise> i thought, it is dead.. then i read that if it is detected by `dmesg` then it is alive
[21:35] <oldandwise> friendofafriend: does not stay on, but at least it blink for activity
[21:36] <friendofafriend> So, the green LED is blinking?
[21:36] <oldandwise> dmesg can see it,... so i am confused if my rpi0w is dead or alive
[21:36] <oldandwise> friendofafriend: stays off
[21:36] <mfa298> I think appearing like that in dmesg (I'm assuming dmesg on the PC) would suggest it's not loading the firmweare from the SD card properly
[21:37] <oldandwise> mfa298: nothing shows up in monitor.. the problem, i sense is somewhere in the boot loader?!
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[21:37] <mfa298> 'Product: BCM2708 Boot' is probably the mode the zero goes into with no SD card so that you can inject stuff over the USB connection with the right software
[21:38] <friendofafriend> If you're getting that in dmesg, it's unlikely your Pi Zero is broken.
[21:38] <mfa298> the Pi needs to load stuff from the SD card before you'll see anything on the screen
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[21:38] <oldandwise> mfa298: hmm... i inserted an sdcard
[21:38] <oldandwise> so my sdcard reader could be damaged?
[21:39] <mfa298> or whats on the card is corrupt (can happen if you don't power the Pi properly)
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[21:39] <oldandwise> mfa298: it is corrupt yes.. but at least when i inserted it to rpi3-B, kernel panic shows...
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[21:44] <mfa298> I'd download the latest raspbian and use etcher to put that on the SD card and test with a good PSU.
[21:45] <friendofafriend> Right, time for fresh Raspbian on that SD card.
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[21:46] <digital> hello, is anyone using connman on a raspberry pi 3?
[21:46] <DanielTheFox> reducing overall GPU speed seems to greatly affect general I/O performance, including audio playback :)
[21:46] <DanielTheFox> (reducing it far too much, like, 40 MHz)
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[21:48] <DanielTheFox> and it appears that the most my RPi 3 B+ can consume power is about 1.9A :)
[21:49] <DanielTheFox> lowest under this super specific setting has been 800mA
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[21:56] <runnerbeany> some random chinese ip keeps trying to get into my pi
[21:57] <mfa298> welcome to the internet
[21:57] <runnerbeany> any way to like
[21:57] <runnerbeany> no
[21:58] <mfa298> bad people have been scanning the internet for things they can get into since before the pi was around.
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[22:12] <DanielTheFox> mfa298: it always happens
[22:12] <DanielTheFox> I just put sshguard and those IP addresses get quickly blocked :P
[22:13] <DanielTheFox> but well, each doesn't generate more than about 500 bytes/s load :)
[22:13] <DanielTheFox> so no problem
[22:13] <friendofafriend> Bless 'em for trying.
[22:14] <DanielTheFox> chinese and russian :P
[22:14] <DanielTheFox> but still
[22:14] <DanielTheFox> they'll never enter
[22:14] <lopta> Perhaps they're trying to recruit you for a botnet.
[22:14] <DanielTheFox> it also happens with my VPSes and the nettop shoved somewhere as a server too
[22:15] <DanielTheFox> I just don't mind
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[22:22] <mfa298> DanielTheFox: I'm well aware, I was replying to runnerbeany.
[22:23] <DanielTheFox> yep
[22:23] <DanielTheFox> but he's gone
[22:23] <mfa298> I've been dealing with such stuff for almost 20 years
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[22:23] <mfa298> he hadn't when I replied to him ;)
[22:23] <DanielTheFox> and meanwhile, I'm attempting to measure power consumption without an ammeter
[22:24] <DanielTheFox> just using a powerbank that has percentage LCD screen (that appears to decrease linearly, clever microcontroller) and some math
[22:24] <DanielTheFox> and I "know" its capacity, so hey
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