#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2019-01-14

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[0:02] <x545> sysctl: unknown oid 'dev.cpu.0'
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[0:13] <phinxy> Maynard seems very interesting!
[0:13] <norwood67> hey, what is the connector called that allows electric to go to a rotating sign?
[0:13] <phinxy> First application that utilizes the GPU for something but video?
[0:15] <phinxy> Why isnt Maynard updated in 3 years?
[0:15] <friendofafriend> x545: Maybe just "sysctl dev.cpu" then.
[0:15] <x545> sysctl: unknown oid 'dev.cpu'
[0:17] <friendofafriend> Do you get output from "sysctl -a"?
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[0:17] <friendofafriend> It's probably quite a lot, so feel free to post it to http://paste.debian.net or someplace.
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[0:31] <x545> https://paste.debian.net/1060327/
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[2:20] <phinxy> I'm compiling libjpeg-turbo, hoping it will utilize the hardware FPU.
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[2:23] <phinxy> hmm. would a program compiled with `-march=armv8-a+crc` run on a armv7 userland and kernel?
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[2:33] <ShorTie> nop
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[2:37] <plugwash> can't see any reason why not assuming the processor supports it.
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[2:48] <rpjsf> can anyone recommend a good linear DC bench power supply? something reliable, and with real-time current reading when not in constant-current mode?
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[2:50] <phinxy> The chineese DPS*** are good bang for buck if you want to build something yourself. You only need to add a 50V power supply.
[2:52] <rpjsf> oh yeah? that's great to know, thanks a plot phinxy! I saw those but was a bit wary of quality, but for the price they're definitely hard to beat
[2:52] <rpjsf> and if they're not that reliable, just buy another :)
[2:53] <phinxy> I've had mine for 2 years now the only downer is the plastic membrane over the on/off button is gone
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[2:54] <rpjsf> phinxy: wow that's a solid endorsement indeed, awesome
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[3:37] <RcHaCk> hey
[3:37] <RcHaCk> anyone here ?
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[4:07] <oldandwise> hi, i have kali-linux-2018.4a-rpi3-nexmon-64.img. Will this work if I attached a 3.5" RPI display ?
[4:09] * Khaytsus shrugs
[4:09] <Khaytsus> Ask the kali people?
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[4:11] <oldandwise> Khaytsus: how about, if 2018-11-13-raspbian-stretch
[4:12] <Khaytsus> Maybe, but what's a 3.5" RPI display? There are a zillion displays for the Pi
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[4:13] <oldandwise> https://www.lazada.com.ph/-i157174692-s190223653.html?urlFlag=true&mp=1
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[4:13] <oldandwise> 3.5" LCD TFT Touch Screen Display with Stylus for Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3 + Acrylic transparent Case
[4:14] <Khaytsus> https://google.com/search?q=raspbian+XPT2046
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[4:43] <RcHaCk> anyone here ?
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[4:56] <friendofafriend> RcHaCk: A little, I guess?
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[7:45] <GeekOfflineNL> morning
[7:48] <friendofafriend> Howdy, GeekOfflineNL.
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[9:17] <G2__> hi all
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[9:20] <G2__> I have a question about the speaker bonnet from adafruit. The following webpage https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-speaker-bonnet-for-raspberry-pi/pinouts explains the hat pinout. My question is: what do the numbers on the third row of pins indicate ? For instance, does "18" indicates pin 18 or or GPIO 18 ?
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[9:33] <gordonDrogon> bcm_gpio 18.
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[9:50] <G2__> thank you very much
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[10:57] <smeddude> hello all if anyone is around an can lend a hand i would like a link to a guide to install raspian onto my sd card from ubuntu 18.04
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[10:58] <Habbie> smeddude, the download page links to a guide
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[10:58] <smeddude> but its all about doing it from windows or mac no?
[10:58] <Habbie> no
[10:58] <Habbie> please read
[10:59] <smeddude> spare a link
[11:00] <Habbie> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/README.md
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[11:01] <smeddude> thank you very much
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[11:02] <smeddude> i have a 64G microsd card-can i really format it to fat32? or will it say fat but actually be exfat
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[11:03] <Habbie> doesn't matter, the formatting is gone once you imaged raspbian on it
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[11:13] <gordonDrogon> yea, really no need to format it.
[11:13] <smeddude> nothing is showing on my screen when i boot the pi have burnt numerous time numerous cards numerous images i just get red light
[11:14] <smeddude> how long should the first boot take with a slow card
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[11:17] <Habbie> smeddude, you should see an rgb square, followed by a bunch of raspberries and scrolling text, within seconds
[11:18] <Habbie> smeddude, first boot is not slower than second boot
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[11:21] <smeddude> thanks ill keep trying
[11:22] <smeddude> reformat reflash cross fingers
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[11:26] <smeddude> can i burn img to sdcard with etcher without unzipping (.zip) from linux ubuntu 18.04
[11:26] <Habbie> what zip file?
[11:26] <smeddude> havnt tried that in the past
[11:27] <smeddude> my bad .img.gz
[11:27] <Habbie> good question
[11:27] <Habbie> i haven't used etcher
[11:27] <Habbie> i always use dd and dd needs an ungzipped file
[11:27] <smeddude> do you do it from terminal
[11:27] <Habbie> yes
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[11:27] <Habbie> you've been putting img.gz on your SD all this time
[11:27] <Habbie> ?
[11:27] <smeddude> but you could pipe with unzip no
[11:28] <smeddude> no i have been unzipping
[11:28] <Habbie> certainly
[11:28] <Habbie> ok
[11:28] <smeddude> extracting to desktop and then selecting from etcher
[11:29] <smeddude> burning to micro sd| i gt a pi3-but nothing is working i keep getting a black screen no boot text at all
[11:29] <smeddude> formatted to fat 32 with Gparted
[11:30] <smeddude> takes ages to write thats why i asked dumb questions=to be sure im not doing any wrong
[11:30] <smeddude> any steps
[11:30] <Habbie> you could try lite, not because it's better, but because it doesn't take as long to write
[11:30] <Habbie> but just doing the same thing five times is a bit pointless
[11:31] <smeddude> eta 27mins
[11:31] <Habbie> wow
[11:31] <smeddude> lmfao etcher
[11:31] <smeddude> me needs new card kill me please
[11:31] <smeddude> =)
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[11:32] <smeddude> i have a 64g card but i have tried so many times and failed to get a bootable card burn
[11:32] <smeddude> the one im burning now is 8G
[11:32] <smeddude> and has a read write speed of 1bit per annum
[11:33] <smeddude> gonna go have a smoke ill be back
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[11:35] <smeddude> https://imgur.com/a/5LwnlCi
[11:35] <smeddude> now this is performance
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[11:37] <gordonDrogon> are you flashing retropi..img.gz ?
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[11:37] <Habbie> looks that way
[11:37] <Habbie> that would be wrong unless Etcher knows about this
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> (I've never used etcher, so no idea what the side-bar is actually saying)
[11:37] <Habbie> (if it doesn't, Etcher should probably at least learn to warn about that)
[11:39] <BurtyB> etcher knows about .gz if that's what you mean
[11:39] <Habbie> ah
[11:39] <Habbie> and it will unzip live?
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[11:39] <BurtyB> yes if it only has one file in it
[11:40] <Habbie> ok
[11:40] <smeddude> yes
[11:41] <smeddude> its a premade image with raspian and retroarch emulationstation etc
[11:41] <Habbie> we know what retropie is
[11:41] <Habbie> whatever image you use, make sure it's not super old
[11:41] <smeddude> lol
[11:41] <smeddude> soz
[11:41] <Habbie> or it won't work on the pi3
[11:42] <smeddude> yeah in the past on the 64G card it just wont boot
[11:42] <smeddude> black screen no boot text
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[11:44] <gordonDrogon> one thing to double-check - the Pi will use the hdmi output but only if it detects a turned-on hdmi device. if it doesn't see that (e.g. monitor in standyby) then it will default to composite video output.
[11:44] <BurtyB> maybe worth trying raspbian lite to see if it's a problem with the image you have
[11:44] <Habbie> yes
[11:45] <Habbie> and also lite is nice and small
[11:45] <Habbie> so quicker to etch
[11:47] <ShorTie> now you got desktop lite which i like
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[12:40] <drzacek> Hello there
[12:40] <drzacek> You guys seem to know everything
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[12:40] <drzacek> for my fancy hardware project I need some thin connector
[12:41] <drzacek> tl:dr I need some extra thin, single-row connector that I can mount on a small metal plate
[12:42] <drzacek> I build a nice case and there isn't much free space left and I need to squeeze 8 (ideally 10) extra pins somehow
[12:45] <GyroW> How sturdy does it need to be?
[12:56] <drzacek> not at all
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[13:40] <benoliver999> I have a pi with a very very flaky USB wifi connector attached. Set it up via the rasbian desktop. Worked OK but I bought a new one to avoid disconnects etc.
[13:40] <benoliver999> Plugged the new one in, and it just worked!
[13:40] <benoliver999> Is this normal?
[13:41] <benoliver999> I'm used to having to re-enter wifi details when I add a new interface
[13:41] <benoliver999> But I've never used full-fat rasbian before
[13:41] <Habbie> i guess it depends on whether the replacement kept the device name
[13:41] <Habbie> which it sounds like it did
[13:41] <benoliver999> I never saw the original, but yeah I would guess so
[13:41] <benoliver999> The two weren't ever plugged in at the same time
[13:41] <Habbie> that might have helped :)
[13:42] <benoliver999> I was pleasantly suprised. I'd already got the keyboard out ready to reconfigure it all
[13:42] <Habbie> :)
[13:42] <benoliver999> surprised*
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[14:25] <BCMM> benoliver999: depends on what software you're using. wpa_supplicant.conf just has network={} blocks which connect an ssid (network name) with a psk (password), so as long as it's just using that to remember networks, it shouldn't make any difference which interface you're using
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[14:40] <ShorTie> it's udev
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[14:40] <ShorTie> the old twas like wlan1 from udev
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[14:42] <ShorTie> replacing the wireless, udev still named it wlan1 as it is the next wlan* not used
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[14:42] <ShorTie> everything was already setup for wlan1, so it all worked fine
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[18:16] <Netham46> I'm using an RPi Zero to emulate a HID device, I have it working with 4 HID endpoints but I can't seem to get it to accept a 5th. My current guess is the gadget driver is configured to only have 4 endpoints so I can't make the 5th. Anyone know where that'd be controlled at?
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[18:27] <GroovyNoodle> Hey guys! I have a question, or I want to know if my idea is even possible. I have 4 pi's running different services, one of them being the "main pi" running nginx and a website. That one is hidden behind a vpn with a static IP. When I try to connect more pi's to that same vpn, the first one disconnects (that's not really surprising). I wonder if it's possible to route all traffic from the other 3 pi's
[18:27] <GroovyNoodle> through the main one, so that all traffic passes through the vpn! They are all connected though ethernet and not wifi. TLDR: Can I route the traffic from 3 pi's through a 4:th on with openvpn active, before it leaves my local network and that way give them all the same IP?
[18:27] <friendofafriend> GroovyNoodle: Yes.
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[18:29] <GroovyNoodle> friendofafriend Thank you for that! Then I will continue to search for a way to accomplish this! Can you give me a hint on how this would be done?
[18:29] <friendofafriend> It really depends on what you're trying to do.
[18:30] <friendofafriend> You have this VPN. You've got a Pi connecting to it.
[18:30] <friendofafriend> If you connect a second time, your VPN provider drops the first connection.
[18:30] <friendofafriend> How do you route all traffic through the VPN.
[18:31] <GroovyNoodle> Yes. I want it to trick the vpn to think all traffic is comming from the first pi
[18:31] <GroovyNoodle> in a way..
[18:32] <taza> Hey, anyone know the difference between "Raspbian Full" and "Raspbian" in NOOBS?
[18:32] <GroovyNoodle> If it's possible to route the other 3 through number 4, it should think that it's comming from number 4 all together, right? That's my idea..
[18:32] <friendofafriend> Sure, but it really just depends on how you want to handle those client Raspberry Pi machines.
[18:33] <friendofafriend> When I'm doing some routing with a Raspberry Pi, I'm fond of just installing OpenWRT on the Pi and not doing a lot of thinking.
[18:34] <friendofafriend> But if you're depending on the Pi to also run some services, that's probably not what you want to do.
[18:34] <friendofafriend> So you'll have to decide if your client Pi machines will get DHCP addresses from the Pi that's routing to the VPN.
[18:35] <friendofafriend> You'll also have to decide if you're hosting services on those Pi machines, and port forward appropriately.
[18:35] <GroovyNoodle> They run different services that must be accessible from outside the network. like for example, one is a small irc server.
[18:36] <friendofafriend> OK, so the client Pi machines are also running services that you'd like accessable through the VPN's IP?
[18:36] <GroovyNoodle> yes
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[18:37] <GroovyNoodle> So I would need it to forward from number 1 to the other based on what port it connects to
[18:38] <friendofafriend> So, if I was GroovyNoodle, I'd probably just use ssh forwarding to do it.
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[18:39] <friendofafriend> I might install autossh, which will automatically reconnect your SSH tunnels if they break.
[18:40] <friendofafriend> And then I'd invoke it something like: "autossh -g -N pi@client_machine -L <port>:localhost:<port>"
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[18:40] <friendofafriend> (From the Pi connected to the VPN.)
[18:41] <friendofafriend> This will make the Pi connected to the VPN open the port you specified, and forward the traffic to this other Pi. Let's make an example.
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[18:42] <friendofafriend> "autossh -g -N pi@client1 -L 8000:localhost:80"
[18:42] <GroovyNoodle> In this case, client1 is the main pi connected to openvpn?
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[18:43] <friendofafriend> Nope, client1 being a Pi not connected to the VPN.
[18:43] <friendofafriend> You would issue this command from the Pi connected to your VPN.
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[18:46] <GroovyNoodle> "autossh -g -N pi@ircpi -L 6667:mainpi:80" would that work to connect the two? Or don't I need the 80 at the end?
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[18:46] <friendofafriend> GroovyNoodle: So, you've got an IRC server running on ircpi?
[18:47] <friendofafriend> And it's listening to port 6667?
[18:47] <GroovyNoodle> let's say that, yes.. I can't remember exactly what ports it is, but I think irc standard is 6667
[18:47] <friendofafriend> So, "autossh -g -N pi@ircpi -L 6667:localhost:6667"
[18:47] <GroovyNoodle> Oh, I see!
[18:47] <friendofafriend> And then port 6667 will be opened on "mainpi".
[18:48] <friendofafriend> The address at the end is relative to ircpi, not to mainpi.
[18:48] <GroovyNoodle> And that's it then?
[18:48] <friendofafriend> (Which is why you're using localhost, there.)
[18:48] <friendofafriend> Aaaaand, that's it.
[18:49] <friendofafriend> You'll probably want to put your autossh line somewhere so it starts at boot, like /etc/rc.local
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[18:49] <friendofafriend> Or maybe futz with systemd and add it as a service. Or install runit and let that handle starting your ssh tunnels. Any of those would probably do. autossh is good about keeping tunnels up.
[18:50] <GroovyNoodle> Fantastic! Will try the rc.local first. Thanks for all the help! I will try this later tonight! :)
[18:51] <friendofafriend> Very welcome, I'll be around if you run into problems. Just ping me.
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[19:02] <taza> So yeah, anyone know what "Raspbian" and "Raspbian Full" are in NOOBS?
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[19:06] <friendofafriend> taza: I see a "(full desktop version)" and "Lite". https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/noobs.md
[19:06] <taza> I don't!
[19:07] <friendofafriend> Gee willikers. It stands to reason that Lite and Full are still available.
[19:07] <taza> It doesn't!
[19:08] <taza> I mean you might think that makes sense, but alas, it doesn't. I'm asking if anyone knows what the new Raspbian entry is.
[19:08] <taza> I don
[19:09] <taza> I don't know how new it is, either.
[19:09] <friendofafriend> The new Raspbian entry for what? Full? Lite?
[19:09] <taza> Neither
[19:09] <friendofafriend> It's one or the other.
[19:09] <gordonDrogon> raspbian lite used to be raspbian without the GUI stuff.
[19:09] <taza> No it's not. You're out of date.
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[19:09] <taza> The new just "Raspbian" is Lite+basic desktop packages?
[19:10] <gordonDrogon> what is it that you're actually after?
[19:10] <taza> I could use basic Raspbian desktop without the educational packages to be honest?
[19:10] <gordonDrogon> start with raspbian lite then.
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[19:10] <taza> I was asking what the new-ish entry "Raspbian" in noobs is, because it ain't Lite.
[19:10] <friendofafriend> You're getting one of these. https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspbian/
[19:11] <gordonDrogon> I've never used noobs - I never really worked out why anyone would to be honest.
[19:11] <taza> friendofafriend seems it's "Raspbian Stretch with Desktop" then.
[19:11] <gordonDrogon> Hm. Looks like theres now Three Raspbian options. Full-Raspbian, Normal Raspbian, and Lite (no GUI)
[19:12] <Hackwar> hi folks, I have some software that has an ansible script that is outdated and I already tried adapting it to raspbian jessie, but failed. Since I'm a bit under time pressure, I wanted to install raspbian jessie instead on my rpi3+. After I flashed the sd card, I noticed that it doesn't work with the default jessie image. Can I somehow update the firmware to get a first boot?
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> yea, that's the intermediate one.
[19:12] <taza> Any docs on what it contains or am I left with poking through Apt?
[19:12] <gordonDrogon> Hackwar, you might need to install it on an older Pi, then update to ge the latest kernel+bootlaoder before putting it on a 3+
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[19:13] <Hackwar> I'm not even sure that I have an older pi available...
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[19:13] <Hackwar> I have 2 other Pis, but they are in some moving box somewhere...
[19:14] <Hackwar> damn...
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> you may be able to do the fixup if you have a Linux box that can mount the SD cards ...
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> ie. get the latest image, upack it locally, write jessie to sd card, mount sd card, copy firmware+kernel to sd card from latest image (and /lib/modules)
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[19:15] <gordonDrogon> it would mean loopback moutning the stretch image to get the data out of it.
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[19:15] <Hackwar> with the first one you could simply copy some files over onto the fat formated part of the SD card...
[19:15] <gordonDrogon> however if that has made a sort of "whoosh" sound as it passes over your head, then it becomes somewhat more tricksy. ...
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[19:15] <Hackwar> I think I flash noobs again and try with a different OS entirely...
[19:16] <friendofafriend> Wowzers, when it rains it pours.
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[19:16] <Hackwar> gordonDrogon: Not a very loud woosh, but a sound that means that I would need more time than I have available.
[19:18] <gordonDrogon> yea, we could all do with more time.
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[19:23] <taza> I could do with a little fuel myself.
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[19:34] <taza> ...
[19:34] <taza> Who made this?...???
[19:34] <gordonDrogon> who made what?
[19:34] <taza> The new image has a prompt. It asks you to set timezone, keyboard, so on.
[19:35] <taza> It doesn't allow me language settings other than Finnish and Swedish for Finland
[19:35] <gordonDrogon> "The Foundation" made it.
[19:35] <gordonDrogon> I'm sure you can still run raspi-config afterwards.
[19:35] <taza> There was a person making these choices, and that person should be identified and told this is a Bad Idea
[19:36] <gordonDrogon> Use the forums. best place to get feedback to them.
[19:36] <friendofafriend> Gosh, this NOOBS thing really seems like an awful lot of trouble.
[19:37] <taza> Lives in Finland does not mean "prefers Finnish or Swedish" and assuming so is downright ridiculous.
[19:37] <taza> friendofafriend cute. How about you don't, instead?
[19:37] <friendofafriend> Don't what, taza?
[19:38] <rpjsf> woah taza, I'm sure it's frustrating but no need to be so incendiary here! I'm sure it wasn't a malicious act that caused the error you're seeing: no one has it out for you because you live in Finland but don't happen to prefer either Finnish or Swedish. Did you consider making a fix and contributing back to the community instead of bitching here?
[19:38] <taza> You've already lost all benefit of the doubt by assertively being wrong, being passive-aggressive doesn't really help there.
[19:39] <taza> rpjsf It's an assumption you shouldn't make on software like this, and restricting it to only some combinations is more work.
[19:39] <friendofafriend> taza: Being wrong about what? You would probably have an easier time wrangling dd, already.
[19:39] <rpjsf> taza: you're implying that someone actively thought about this and ASSUMED otherwise... I'm saying it was likely a MISTAKE. people make mistakes. calm down!
[19:39] <taza> ... I am calm?
[19:41] <friendofafriend> I understand that Linux can be frustrating, taza. With time, you'll gain mastery.
[19:41] <taza> No, someone had to assume it's a good idea to restrict locales and languages by region and then implement that, because that's not in older versions.
[19:41] <taza> friendofafriend ... listen I don't really care to be weakly trolled and I'm just putting you on the ignore list now.
[19:41] <rpjsf> taza: and you're automatically assuming yourself that they did so with malicious intent, taken by your tone at very least
[19:42] <rpjsf> taza: I'm not arguing the assumption may have been made
[19:42] <taza> You're reading my tone wrong. Reading tone is harder online, it happens to a lot of people.
[19:42] <friendofafriend> taza: Oh no, please not ignore. My whole world will come crumbling down, while you can't jockey the friendliest ARM board on the planet to do your bidding.
[19:43] <rpjsf> taza: ok, great. so then let's reset. how can we help you resolve the issue you're currently experiencing? you need to adjust your locale manually, yes?
[19:43] <taza> I can fix it myself. I am just figuring out how to format my feedback while making it clear this setup tool suffers from a somewhat common problem beginners face with locales.
[19:44] <rpjsf> LOL, wait. so you came here for feedback on how to format *your* feedback to, what, be tactful?! hooo boy
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[19:44] <taza> After a bit it sinks in to people that restricting locale by region literally never works because the world isn't that simple to categorize.
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[19:48] <taza> rpjsf as your continued failures to read tone indicate, it can often be tricky to get across "what you're trying to do is a bad idea to begin with" and actually get through to people.
[19:49] <rpjsf> taza: remind me of your authority on this matter again?
[19:49] <taza> See?
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[19:51] <taza> I'm not unable to fix this, I'm not angry; I'm just resigned to certain mistakes being made again and again as the documentation on why they failed is lost to time.
[19:52] <rpjsf> ok, that's fine! but I still don't understand why you can't just submit a fix yourself, if you already understand how the fix should be made? that's the beauty, and whole point, of the open source community
[19:53] <gordonDrogon> part of the issue, as I undestand it, is that it used to work just fine, now it's broken.
[19:53] <taza> This doesn't need a fix, this needs convincing whoever decided to restrict locales by region to stop trying to implement the system they think they want to build
[19:54] <rpjsf> so they should implement the system *you* want them to build, right?
[19:54] <gordonDrogon> me too.
[19:54] <rpjsf> classic
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[19:54] <taza> rpjsf No, and I cannot understand why you'd think that?
[19:54] <gordonDrogon> they should just use the tools already there,that people have been using for years. dpkg-reconfigure.
[19:55] <rpjsf> taza: I cannot understand why you're so adamant that the choices that were made in Raspbian are factually wrong. it sounds like there may be a matter of opinion involved here.
[19:55] <taza> That's a lie, you think that because you want to pigeonhole me without caring about what I'm saying
[19:55] <friendofafriend> PiGeonhole?
[19:56] <taza> Analyzing what O'
[19:56] <taza> Analyzing what I'm saying only gets in the way of telling me I'm wrong
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[19:56] <rpjsf> taza: it is a lie that there is opinion involved? fine! lay out the facts for us, please.
[19:56] <Hackwar> ok, so for those having the same question: There is no easy way of getting raspbian Jessie running on a rpi3+
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[19:57] <Hackwar> back to trying to install all of this in stretch
[19:57] <taza> rpjsf I'd rather explain why I don't like sealions.
[19:57] <gordonDrogon> good lucks...
[19:57] <friendofafriend> Hackwar: Neat. You found an old Jessie image, wrote it to a card, and no luck booting?
[19:57] <taza> Hackwar no, no easy way.
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[19:58] <Hackwar> friendofafriend: you can still download old jessie images, yes, and it then fails because of driver issues.
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[20:00] <Hackwar> and no, I wouldn't have wanted to use Jessie normally, but I've got an ansible script that is supposed to setup a software stack and that is written for jessie and doesn't work on stretch. I've already wasted nearly 2 days to get this working and gave up about an hour ago and wanted to start over with jessie. Turns out that that was a big mistake...
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[20:02] <friendofafriend> Hackwar: Fails how, it doesn't boot at all?
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[20:02] <Hackwar> friendofafriend: doesn't boot at all with rainbow and lightning in the top corner
[20:02] <Hackwar> works great with stretch
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[20:07] <friendofafriend> You could probably just copy the kernel.img file from stretch over the image on the /boot partition in jessie.
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[20:09] <taza> Oh hey, gordonDrogon, you might be the only one to know an answer to this one: Any way to protect a SD card from corruption by sudden power cuts when you don't need to write on it?
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[20:10] <taza> It's a ZW, and "don't have sudden power cuts" isn't on the list of options
[20:11] <friendofafriend> Heh, googleDrogon.
[20:12] <gordonDrogon> taza, not really - unless you can have it all read only.
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[20:13] <taza> I figure Raspbian can boot that way? The only place that feels like it might go weird is connecting to wifi
[20:13] <taza> I could probably stick everything requiring write access onto an USB stick
[20:13] <gordonDrogon> there are some solutions - one is to have everything inside a great bit initrd.gz and unpack that into a ram disk and run it all from there.
[20:14] <taza> ... actually that sounds great, especially since I don't need X for this. Got a link to a guide?
[20:14] <gordonDrogon> another is to mount a few key directorys in a maller ramdisk - like /var/ ...
[20:14] <gordonDrogon> I don't have a link, sorry - I did it the ramdisk+initrd some years back for some embedded linux appliances I was selling though. (not Pi based)
[20:14] <taza> Losing everything written is fine, all the important data goes up (and comes down from) the cloud anyway.
[20:15] <gordonDrogon> some are still running 10 years later..
[20:15] <taza> Fair nuff. I'll try to see if I can find someone who's done it, and if not, time to experiment.
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[20:15] <ali1234> taza: i've done it
[20:16] <ali1234> https://github.com/ali1234/rpi-ramdisk
[20:16] <taza> There we go then. Thanks!
[20:16] <ali1234> there are limitations though
[20:16] <ali1234> you don't have much memory to work with
[20:16] <taza> I'm running it on a ZW, don't need X, only need a few scripts to send commands from buttons to the server.
[20:16] <ali1234> and modifying the system means completely rebuilding it
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[20:18] <ali1234> you need to customize rpi-ramdisk for your usage
[20:18] <ali1234> the way you do it is by defining a new package
[20:19] <taza> Yep, not gonna be a problem
[20:19] <ali1234> you have to define an __init__.py
[20:19] <ali1234> that specifies which packages you need and how to build and install your program/scripts
[20:19] <ali1234> apds9960d is probably the simplest one
[20:19] <ali1234> or qmldemo which doesn't need to build anything at all
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[20:20] <ali1234> you need my custom build tool called pydo, and you need to run the build on ubuntu 18.04 or similar to get new enough qemu and git
[20:20] <taza> Sounds like a job for The Lamb.
[20:21] <ali1234> what's that?
[20:21] <taza> My designated system for builds that don't necessarily stick around.
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[20:22] <ali1234> ah, well, it will probably take a few tries to get it working the way you want, but the build system only rebuilds what it needs to - at least in theory
[20:22] <ali1234> it takes about 20 minutes to build from scratch
[20:22] <ali1234> much quicker if you just changed something small
[20:23] <taza> I'll forget all this by the time I have time to implement it, but eh, that's what bookmarks are for
[20:23] <ali1234> the steps to build it are covered in the readme. i will try to add some instructions for customizing it
[20:24] <ali1234> feel free to open a bug if there is something that isn't clear
[20:24] <taza> I survived reading Linspire documentation, it can't be THAT bad.
[20:25] <ali1234> i tried to keep everything as simple as possible. i don't like over-complicated build systems like buildroot/openembedded etc - although they are all capable of building ramdisk they are MUCH harder to customize
[20:26] <ali1234> in my opinion anyway :)
[20:26] <taza> The more moving parts you add the worse it breaks once you gotta replace a cog
[20:27] <ali1234> from the start i wanted it to be raspbian only. it builds the base system using raspbian debs, rather than compiling everything from scratch
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[20:27] <taza> But, my beard is greying and I wasn't even capable of growing one when I started.
[20:27] <ali1234> this saves hours of work
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[20:28] <ali1234> it has a disadvantage though: the base system isn't as small as it could be
[20:28] <ali1234> but it also has an advantage: you can apt-get any package inside the running system for testing
[20:28] <ali1234> although usually it just makes you run out of memory. it's handy for installing strace or gdb though
[20:29] <taza> I've been doing this for twenty years. I figure it can't be as bad as, say, early ALSA.
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[20:31] <ali1234> me too. i started linux with slackware in about 1997. installing for 100 floppy disks
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[20:31] <ali1234> things changed so much since then
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[20:32] <taza> Apt is so, so nice in comparison
[20:32] <ali1234> absolutely
[20:32] <ali1234> i remember being blown away that it could download a package from the internet and then install it with one command
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[20:33] <ali1234> rpi-ramdisk makes great use of this for grabbing all the dependencies of your custom packages
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[20:33] <taza> Wait someone is still working on Mandriva?
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[20:35] <ali1234> don't know, that's one i never used
[20:35] <taza> Mandrake was the first one I actually worked with
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[20:39] <taza> But yeah Debian was such a huge step up
[20:40] <taza> The fresher packages from Ubuntu were great after they stopped doing things like listing OpenOffice.org as a dependency for the kernel
[20:40] <taza> (That's how Ubuntu 6.06 behaves)
[20:41] <Khaytsus> Sounds as broken as expected
[20:41] <Khaytsus> 6 or 16
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[20:47] <taza> 6.
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[20:49] <Khaytsus> ah.. even more wretched and ancient than this 16 I'm stuck with on my work laptop
[20:51] <friendofafriend> Why are you stuck on 'buntu 16?
[20:52] <taza> Khaytsus I figured this behavior out when trying to install Ubuntu on a 4gb SSD
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[20:53] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: IT wants to only support ONE OS. Windows 10. But they're forced to support Mac and Linux too, so they only support Mac $latest, Windows 10, and Unewbtoo 16 LTS.
[20:53] <Khaytsus> Why not 18? fiik
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[20:53] <taza> They've not upgraded to the LTS yet; and probably won't until 2020
[20:54] <friendofafriend> Wow, you've actually got Ubuntu users at your "place of business"?
[20:54] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: All of the firmware people use Linux, so there was enough of them to push IT to support something
[20:55] <Khaytsus> And there are handfuls of other people who do too.. but if it hadn't been for the firmware people I'd be cursing a Windows 10 laptop right now
[20:55] <taza> I dunno how people find Windows 10 acceptable for the office
[20:56] <friendofafriend> Khaytsus: Are they coming around and swabbing you for unauthorized operating systems, or something?
[20:56] <Khaytsus> Surprisingly on old-ass unewbtoo 16 it works fine... Even with its USB C dock with displayport over C or wahtever thing. I'm running two monitors (plus the laptop; but I don't look at it at myd esk)..
[20:56] <Khaytsus> friendofafriend: Laptop lease expired. Laptop is 100% locked down. Can't install my own OS.
[20:57] <Khaytsus> I could have likely removed the SSD, isntalled to it, reinstalled it...
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[20:57] <Khaytsus> and honestly if I'd been forced into Windows there's a good chance I would have done that
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[20:58] <taza> The restrictions aren't meant to make breaking the rules impossible; they're meant to stop you unless you're committed to breaking the rules and leaving obvious evidence.
[20:58] <Khaytsus> I don't need desktop support. I just need to do work without being impeded by retarded OSes ;)
[20:59] <taza> In W10 Windows Update has been so, so so very buggy
[20:59] <Khaytsus> What's just freaking stupid is that had they let me install Fedora, I would have encrypted the drive like I typically do
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[20:59] <Khaytsus> The Unewbtoo 16 image they put on.. NOT ENCRYPTED AT ALL.
[20:59] <taza> Ubuntu's better than Win10 for getting real programming work done
[21:00] <Khaytsus> taza: yeah 3 for 3 on W10 update screwups. And then Windows 7 got invited to hte party ;)
[21:00] <Khaytsus> Yes, I can deal with Unewbtoo... when I said retarded I mean Windows
[21:01] <taza> I don't think that's fair to people with intellectual disabilities; they don't mean to be that way.
[21:01] <Khaytsus> They can't help it. But apparently Windows can't either.
[21:01] <taza> Microsoft very much means to dump its untested software on your drive whether you want it or not
[21:01] <Khaytsus> I swaer MS is shipping the first build that succeeds.
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[21:02] <taza> Corporate culture of "it compiles; ship it"
[21:02] <ali1234> it's well documented that they've done that in the past, not even joking
[21:02] <Khaytsus> It's like nightly builds of an OS. On the day of the month if that build finished, ship it
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[21:05] <taza> It IS the company that fired their testing division in favor of agile ways of corrupting your OS drive
[21:05] <caoliver> Complete lack of professionalism
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[21:08] <hodapp> ehhh?
[21:09] <Khaytsus> taza: I had a fridnat work that moved and got a job as an Agile Coach for a company moving to agile and they did JUST that.. They said that Agile inherently builds testing into the process with full stack development and laid off most of their test folks.
[21:09] <Khaytsus> And then they couldn't get anything out on time or with any quality.
[21:09] <Khaytsus> smh
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[21:10] <Khaytsus> She was SO frustrated with it.. she was having to be an agile coach for a company that were ran by morons and didn't even understand what they were trying to do
[21:10] <Khaytsus> I think she stayed there like 6 months
[21:10] <taza> Oh they knew what they were trying to do
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[21:11] <taza> They were trying to cut corners and get away with it
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[21:11] <Khaytsus> Sure. Or another company a friend of mine worked at that started calling their dev process agile.
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[21:11] <Khaytsus> Because they started having standups basically.. that was the biggest change they made
[21:12] <Khaytsus> Who knew.. s/waterfall/agile/g was all it took
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[22:34] <retropieme> hi guys
[22:34] <friendofafriend> Howdy, retropieme.
[22:34] <retropieme> could you please ping your rpi and let me know the timeouts you have?
[22:35] <retropieme> *timings
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[22:35] <friendofafriend> What do you mean, retropieme?
[22:35] <retropieme> (from a pc in the same network)
[22:35] <friendofafriend> You're having timeouts?
[22:35] <retropieme> friendofafriend, I do not know, I'd like to know your timings
[22:35] <akk> retropieme: I saw 98ms the first time and thereafter 5-7ms.
[22:36] <akk> (that's over wifi and the pi is a long way from the WAP, if it matters)
[22:36] <retropieme> akk, I see..I am on a wired network and I get 1.something
[22:37] <friendofafriend> Got a happy little wired Pi with roundtrip of 0.7ms to 2.2ms.
[22:37] <retropieme> i mean, the rpi is wired to the router, but the pc is on wifi
[22:37] <anym0us3> rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.529/0.568/0.618/0.037 ms
[22:37] <retropieme> anym0us3, that's good
[22:37] <anym0us3> Wired to wired
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[22:40] <gordonDrogon> 10 packets transmitted, 10 received, 0% packet loss, time 9000ms
[22:40] <gordonDrogon> rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 0.340/0.379/0.397/0.026 ms
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[22:41] <gordonDrogon> rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 1.451/1.846/3.146/0.582 ms <--- wi-fi one via a router
[22:41] <gordonDrogon> if you're seeing 1.x seconds, try ping -n to disable DNS lookups.
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[22:49] <retropieme> ok
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