#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2019-01-17

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[0:00] <mauz555> hello, I'd like to run chromium-browser from raspbian lite CLI and render on my piTFT touchscreen, while the CLI appear on the piTFT, graphics only display on the HDMI output any idea ?
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[1:09] <cinch> today i learned.. custom compiling the official kernel with the default configs puts the governor into powersave mode: aka 600 MHz max :P
[1:09] <cinch> switching it to ondemand now
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[5:23] <veegee> What material is the heat spreader on the raspberry pi 3 B+ made of?
[5:24] <veegee> steel? aluminum? plated copper?
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[5:29] <CoJaBo> veegee: I'd assume aluminum
[5:29] <veegee> ok, thanks
[5:29] <CoJaBo> Dibble-check if its critical tho :P
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[5:31] <yLwHaTT> aluminum heat sink
[5:31] <yLwHaTT> it says on the pkg
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[5:46] <veegee> Not critical, just setting the emissivity setting on my IR thermometer so I can read the temperature of the chip from a distance
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[5:47] <veegee> 0.10 is showing values consistent with the onboard temperature sensor
[5:47] <ghostboarder> guys, i installed nextcloud on my pizero along with pi-hole. Now i cant get to the webui for pihole. Seems i have multiple web servers installed from what i am reading. But curl -I localhost/admin says its just lighttpd
[5:48] <yLwHaTT> i use vcgencmd
[5:48] <yLwHaTT> for the temp
[5:50] <ghostboarder> my mistake, now curl says failed to connect to localhost port 80
[5:51] <ghostboarder> and yes, im now aware that both of these services on zero wasnt the best idea ;)
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[5:53] <yLwHaTT> [;
[5:53] <yLwHaTT> sounds like its time for a second zero
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[7:16] <SomeOnE153> what is every ones favorite OS to use on their pi?
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[7:16] <SomeOnE153> I'm thinking about making the jump to arch from raspbian
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[7:19] <Syliss> raspbian is easy
[7:21] <SomeOnE153> that it is, everything out of the box is decent
[7:21] <SomeOnE153> i dont care for the default network manager
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[7:22] <alkisg> I've been using ubuntu mate for a couple of years because I have the same on the desktop; then I saw that raspbian is much faster (both boot and run time) and its programs like vlc are tuned for raspberry, so I switched to raspbian
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[7:25] <Syliss> its very tailored for the hardware
[7:26] <Lartza> Arch everywhere
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[7:32] <SomeOnE153> yea im going to download arch now
[7:33] <SomeOnE153> ill need to get used to pacman i'be not much experience with it
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[7:34] <Syliss> they are all pretty much the same
[7:34] <friendofafriend> OpenWRT is pretty spiffy.
[7:36] <friendofafriend> Great for netbooting because it's small, like <10MB.
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[7:43] <alkisg> friendofafriend: what? you put openwrt to an sd card and THEN you netboot? That sounds interesting...
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[7:44] <alkisg> Or do you mean "load openwrt over the network"?
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[7:44] <alkisg> Unrelated... would it be possible to try "bootcode.bin" for network booting an rpi2, loaded by the noobs boot manager? Or does it need to run before noobs?
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[7:49] <SomeOnE153> I'm sitting here thinking damn this 1MB/s link is slow.... then I started to remember dial up with a premium connection rate of 48~49.6Kbps on a good ole 56k modem
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[7:55] <yLwHaTT> yup
[7:55] <yLwHaTT> 1MB or 1Mb?
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[7:59] <SomeOnE153> MB
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[8:00] <yLwHaTT> nice
[8:00] <yLwHaTT> ive clocked my phones hotspot at over 3MB
[8:01] <yLwHaTT> basic walmart straight talk full unlimited
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[8:09] <SomeOnE153> my phone is ridiculous 120Mbps
[8:09] <SomeOnE153> even seen it hit 160's once
[8:10] <friendofafriend> alkisg: Talking about netbooting OpenWRT itself. If you use a heavy OS, it takes longer to transfer over the LAN.
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[8:12] <alkisg> friendofafriend: eh, e.g. with nbd only the needed "sectors" are read over the network, so I'm able to netboot 10 GB images in 12 secs...
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[8:13] <friendofafriend> Right, but you've still got to stuff that OS in RAM.
[8:13] <alkisg> friendofafriend: of course not; you don't load all of 4 gb raspbian into ram, do you?
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[8:14] <alkisg> It's just a different protocol to access the disk, like sata, usb... the kernel only caches the part it needs
[8:14] <alkisg> E.g. a 10 GB debian installation can boot in a client with 128 MB RAM
[8:14] <friendofafriend> Right, it's on storage someplace.
[8:15] <alkisg> Sure, server storage is cheap, 10 GB is nothing to the 1 TB disks around nowadays
[8:15] <friendofafriend> You go from pushing out one image to your clients to having to manage all of their storage.
[8:16] <alkisg> A single network image can netboot hundreds of clients, so you only manage one image
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[8:16] <alkisg> It's the main reason to netboot, simplicity/ease of management
[8:16] <friendofafriend> You are still pushing one image, you are now managing every client's storage.
[8:17] <alkisg> The clients don't have storage, what am I managing?
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[8:17] <friendofafriend> They have storage if you're mounting a rootfs from someplace.
[8:17] <alkisg> It's ONE rootfs for ALL clients
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[8:19] <friendofafriend> Neat, a one-size-fits-all rootfs.
[8:19] <alkisg> Right, with a tmpfs overlay to make it writeable, and with a text config for little customizations like client hostname etc
[8:20] <alkisg> (that's how we do it at ltsp.org, at least)
[8:22] <SomeOnE153> so im installing arch using these instructions https://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv6/raspberry-pi
[8:22] <SomeOnE153> is it intended for me to make the folders to mount my drive to IN the root folder?
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[8:23] <SomeOnE153> and it says to run the commands as root but not with sudo, is it wrong to use sudo -i to drop to root in terminal ?
[8:24] <alkisg> It's correct. That's what it asks from you, to use sudo -i before.
[8:25] <SomeOnE153> okay but it doesnt tell me to do that until after ive made my folders and mounted my drive.... so i had to change that and make/mount the folders in my root directory
[8:25] <alkisg> The first command there, fdisk, doesn't run if you don't run sudo first
[8:26] <SomeOnE153> right, had that issue, as well as mounting
[8:27] <SomeOnE153> ah, so i should just start off with sudo -i from the begining, before running fdisk then ?
[8:27] <alkisg> Yup
[8:27] <alkisg> All those commands are meant to be ran after sudo -i
[8:27] <SomeOnE153> thank you alkisg
[8:27] <alkisg> np
[8:28] <alkisg> You can also use gparted if it's easier for you
[8:29] <SomeOnE153> i don't mind learning the hard way from time to time, I wish to get better with cli
[8:30] <yLwHaTT> wipefs -fa
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[8:34] <SomeOnE153> im guessing thats a more proficient command than remaking the partition?
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[8:36] <yLwHaTT> i dunno i start with that
[8:36] <yLwHaTT> im a lamo
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[8:37] <yLwHaTT> i did the same thing just buckled down n learned the cli instead of using gparted all the time
[8:37] <yLwHaTT> i found that gparted doesnt erase that bit
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[8:38] <yLwHaTT> after wipefs then u use fdisk and it makes another one then w
[8:39] <yLwHaTT> careful doing it too much with ssd tho
[8:39] * alkisg never had any issues with gparted "create partition table" not erasing bits...
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[8:40] <alkisg> Well, unless some partition was mounted, which was a user mistake
[8:40] <yLwHaTT> im super lame so it might be over kill
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[8:40] <yLwHaTT> or that
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[8:40] * yLwHaTT shrugs
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[8:41] <yLwHaTT> now i have a 64gb ssd stick that wont hold an fs for nuthin
[8:41] <yLwHaTT> pissed
[8:42] <SomeOnE153> if it makes you feel any better i got a 128gb sd card, snapped it in half in under a week
[8:42] <yLwHaTT> might there be a way to fix it?
[8:42] <SomeOnE153> 4am and i was messing with the pi and a pi case but hte sd was in the pi.... SNAP .... #$%!
[8:42] <yLwHaTT> like physically i n half?
[8:43] <yLwHaTT> yeesh
[8:43] <SomeOnE153> when you snap one of those cards depends where you snap it but its a 95% chance you wont even be able to get it professinally recovered
[8:43] <SomeOnE153> the controller is right up by the lip of the card you use to pull the card out
[8:43] <yLwHaTT> i broke mine not physically
[8:45] <SomeOnE153> i got 7 ssd's for my desktop, and due to windows raid being borky af, in less than6 months time my smart status now reports close to 50% of life span is gone for 2 of the ssd's that were in raid 1
[8:45] <yLwHaTT> i was using a usb to microusb adapter on a tablet and it kept getting bumped whilst copying to it
[8:46] <yLwHaTT> dayum
[8:46] <SomeOnE153> with windows raid if you bsod or power fault it will cause the entire raid 1 to be re written upon boot
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[8:46] <yLwHaTT> eek
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[8:46] <yLwHaTT> my whole soul cringed a little
[8:46] <SomeOnE153> well i was bored and also learnig overclocking at the time so there were lots of bsod's / faults etc
[8:47] <yLwHaTT> i havent used windows in over a decade
[8:47] <SomeOnE153> i like games, windows is for them
[8:47] <yLwHaTT> im not a gamer
[8:47] <yLwHaTT> i get bored too easily with em
[8:47] <SomeOnE153> other then that i hate windows
[8:48] <yLwHaTT> my rpi3b is my sole computer atm
[8:49] <SomeOnE153> my desktop is near me not ven plugged in
[8:50] <yLwHaTT> i want the 3b+ now
[8:50] <SomeOnE153> its been all pi and an 8 year old desktop for the last month or so for me
[8:50] <yLwHaTT> then figure out how to link em up
[8:50] <SomeOnE153> i have the 3b+ and the 2
[8:50] <SomeOnE153> not sure if 2 or 2b
[8:50] <SomeOnE153> i think its just 2
[8:50] <yLwHaTT> thats the question
[8:51] <yLwHaTT> 2b or not 2b
[8:51] <yLwHaTT> whatever bro
[8:51] <yLwHaTT> thats funny
[8:52] <SomeOnE153> got this 8 year old pc going to some good use, 500+ movies, 100,000 songs, tv shows..... tooo bad i messed up setting the thing up and need to do it all over again
[8:52] <yLwHaTT> oops
[8:52] <SomeOnE153> running the home folder in a lvm and putting all the movies there ... bad idea
[8:53] <yLwHaTT> i feel ya
[8:53] <yLwHaTT> i kn ow nothing about lvm
[8:53] <SomeOnE153> i need to put hte lvm for movies outside ofthe home folder, if one of the 4 old drives im using gos down i think it will cause a lot more issues than if that lvm only had movies vs the entire home folder
[8:53] <SomeOnE153> its awesome..... im just using it so that 4 hard drives = one large partition
[8:54] <yLwHaTT> interesting
[8:54] <SomeOnE153> but its got soo much more to offer, if you ever think you will mess with partitions and sizes on a pc after its initial setup, USE LVM
[8:54] <yLwHaTT> hmmm
[8:55] <SomeOnE153> resizing, move, copy ... with lvm all that is an easier task
[8:55] <SomeOnE153> it also will let you play with raid, tell it to keep a partition on more than one hard drive for either speed or redundancy
[8:56] <SomeOnE153> its goofy jumping into it, at first it looks/seems way overly complicated prior to getting the terms down
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[8:58] <yLwHaTT> like most things
[8:58] <SomeOnE153> you can do most all of that with a live system
[8:59] <yLwHaTT> seems legit
[8:59] <yLwHaTT> i think i have 1 more minute of internet
[8:59] <SomeOnE153> from what i get so far, only thing i cant do on my live system (because i made my home folder the lvm like an idiot) is shrink the partition .... because its my home folder i have to do so from a live cd
[9:00] <SomeOnE153> oh no
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[9:00] <SomeOnE153> well it was nice chatting
[9:00] <yLwHaTT> phone bills up today
[9:00] <yLwHaTT> so far so good
[9:00] <SomeOnE153> wifi yagi antenna, get it from the bar xD
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[9:01] <yLwHaTT> im hoping i might get an extra bit if i dont disconnect we shall see
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[9:01] <yLwHaTT> downloading the piss outta some documentaries from youtube
[9:01] <SomeOnE153> a yagi antenna is directional, using one of those antennas lets you focus all the energy in a given direction..... could get wifi down the street if you have places near by with open wifi/ones you can get the password to
[9:02] <SomeOnE153> i put a pi in my car and park it by the bar, i remote into that to download stuff on the bars faster net
[9:02] <yLwHaTT> have u seen that design for a wifi antennae that gets signal from like a mile away?
[9:03] <SomeOnE153> ive seena couple different designs and ive setup some long rang stuff
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[9:03] <yLwHaTT> yeah that
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[9:03] <SomeOnE153> ive done a bit of comms work, climbing towers a few hundred ft, creating a town wide network
[9:04] <SomeOnE153> for a true long range connection you want both antennas to be directional
[9:04] <yLwHaTT> yeah me too back when i lived in poland my brothers made a giant wifi network around the city for those who couldnt get cable connection
[9:04] <SomeOnE153> haha nice
[9:04] <yLwHaTT> one of em made the wifi antennas himself
[9:05] <SomeOnE153> i did it all for security systems
[9:05] <SomeOnE153> ive got one home made wifi antenna
[9:05] <SomeOnE153> another is for my ham radio, the rest are tv antennas i made
[9:05] <yLwHaTT> i watched him program breakout onto the cpu of a commodore 64
[9:05] <yLwHaTT> just cause
[9:05] <SomeOnE153> haha awesome
[9:05] <yLwHaTT> ikr
[9:05] <SomeOnE153> im 29 so ive had no time on a comadore
[9:06] <yLwHaTT> he could think in hex
[9:06] <yLwHaTT> i was like wtf
[9:06] <SomeOnE153> that sounds on par to me when iwas in middle school... had this really nerdy friend
[9:06] <yLwHaTT> oh yeah
[9:06] <SomeOnE153> so i look over in the middle of class he sprogramming on his ti calculator
[9:06] <SomeOnE153> HE MADE 007 ON HIS CALCULATOR
[9:06] <yLwHaTT> yeah that was me
[9:07] <yLwHaTT> erg not that good tho
[9:07] <yLwHaTT> i was programming on 3 different calculators at once
[9:07] <SomeOnE153> even looking back at it im still impressed lol
[9:07] <yLwHaTT> casio hp and ti
[9:07] <SomeOnE153> i know very little programming
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[9:07] <SomeOnE153> i started with pbasic for parallax controllers
[9:08] <SomeOnE153> did not take it super far, especially once i felt i was learning the wrong language
[9:08] <yLwHaTT> someone in class said why does he get to blah blah blah the teacher says "coz he did his whole weeks worth of math homework in class on monday" shut em all up
[9:08] <SomeOnE153> because its proprietary and they only sell 40$ chips.... so id be learning a language for those chips.... what about when a 50 cent chip can do the job etc.
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[9:09] <SomeOnE153> lol nice
[9:09] <SomeOnE153> math was my subject as well... i was the one the teachers kept bugging because i never showed my work, just random answers to steps because i do most of it in my head
[9:09] <yLwHaTT> basic was fun
[9:10] <SomeOnE153> and as you can guess based on my typing.... grammar was not my favored subject
[9:10] <yLwHaTT> pfff i loved math coz i loved the equations and working them out math is an artform
[9:10] <yLwHaTT> i almost became a theoretical mathmetician
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[9:10] <SomeOnE153> damn
[9:10] <yLwHaTT> went for linguistics instead
[9:11] <yLwHaTT> more money in it
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[9:11] <SomeOnE153> finally, it took the bsdtar command without giving me errors
[9:11] <yLwHaTT> ended using my linguistics degree to become a proofreader of textbooks
[9:11] <yLwHaTT> one of em was econometrics
[9:11] <SomeOnE153> i do a lot of different stuff, i just like working with my hands
[9:12] <yLwHaTT> some wild shitt
[9:12] <yLwHaTT> now ive been a road kid/dirty kid train hopper hitchhiker for like 11yrs
[9:13] <SomeOnE153> worked plenty as an electrician, then did a lot of low voltage & data, then security systems, coms tech, access control, remodeling
[9:13] <SomeOnE153> various computer work between
[9:13] <yLwHaTT> yeah that
[9:13] <yLwHaTT> i wanna get into security cams
[9:13] <yLwHaTT> with vpns and encryption and all that
[9:14] <SomeOnE153> all of that sums up into one job my boss said was "security systems engineer/ electronics engineer" but tbh i dont feel like an engineer lol
[9:14] <yLwHaTT> tor n shit
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[9:15] <SomeOnE153> we legit would go to a town, and metwork all the municipal buildings so that they chief of police could see allthe cams in the town from his desk without even having internet, no need to rely on comcast etc
[9:15] <yLwHaTT> i iwas trying to turn this pi into a wifi tor masquerade thingie but im stubborn and diddnt want to use raspbian
[9:15] <yLwHaTT> now my modem is my phone and i cant fux wit it no mo
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[9:16] <SomeOnE153> um just using a basic vpnservice but i dont like how its setup either in the network manager in installed or the cli based setup ... both are lacking
[9:17] <yLwHaTT> living out of a backpack for a decade has seriously put me behind
[9:17] <SomeOnE153> and the vpn drops at some point which then exposes my actual connection .... which is no good
[9:17] <yLwHaTT> no good
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[9:18] <yLwHaTT> im terrible at learning from man pages n forums
[9:18] <SomeOnE153> the cli half is solid but when it comes to changing connections/servers its a PITA
[9:18] <yLwHaTT> one of my greatest downfalls
[9:18] <SomeOnE153> im so so with it.... i learn better via talking to people though
[9:18] <SomeOnE153> i take a lot of stuff way to literally
[9:18] <yLwHaTT> yeah brain picking
[9:19] <yLwHaTT> most ppl on line are rtfm n im like dammit
[9:19] <SomeOnE153> thats my boss's favorite thing to say
[9:19] <yLwHaTT> functioning autism at its finest
[9:20] <SomeOnE153> he paid me fo a week of rtfm then asked why i didnt get anything done and i gave him his own words back, after that he started answering some of my questions
[9:20] <yLwHaTT> surprised i still have net
[9:20] <yLwHaTT> dango skippy
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[9:21] <SomeOnE153> that and "figure it out" were the main answers hed give
[9:22] <SomeOnE153> whats the limit here on copy and paste
[9:22] <SomeOnE153> like when do i need to use stuff like pastebin
[9:22] <yLwHaTT> i need another sd card or two to experiment with
[9:22] <SomeOnE153> 128gb are on deals atm, 20$ shipped
[9:22] <yLwHaTT> always
[9:22] <yLwHaTT> just always use pastebin
[9:23] <yLwHaTT> as a general rule
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[9:23] <yLwHaTT> i dont have a way to order shit online
[9:23] <SomeOnE153> https://pastebin.com/7UU6ZUzM
[9:23] <sYnfo_> Hey, could someone please help me with trying to stream to youtube with an USB camera?
[9:23] <yLwHaTT> i dont even have the money for another months phone bill
[9:23] <sYnfo_> I've compiled ffmpeg with hardware accel
[9:24] <sYnfo_> But I still can't get it to stream with reasonable performance :(
[9:24] <sYnfo_> Here's the command I'm using
[9:24] <yLwHaTT> gpu_mem 320 ?
[9:24] <sYnfo_> ffmpeg -f v4l2 -s 1280x720 -r 30 -i /dev/video0 -codec:v h264 -g 60 -b:v 2500k -codec:a aac -ac 2 -ar 44100 -ab 128k -f flv rtmp://a.rtmp.youtube.com/live2/f21h-khbp-4c08-8k0
[9:24] <SomeOnE153> thats way deeper than i can help with but i wonder if you have fooled around with motionpie os
[9:24] <sYnfo_> And the output from ffmpeg: frame= 1052 fps=7.5 q=-0.0 Lsize= 10727kB time=00:00:35.03 bitrate=2508.2kbits/s speed=0.249
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[9:25] <friendofafriend> You want -c:v h264_omx
[9:25] <yLwHaTT> i know nothing
[9:25] <sYnfo_> Ah, thanks!
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[9:25] <friendofafriend> Very welcome.
[9:26] <yLwHaTT> i made a little bash script for opening up omxplayer into different sized win dows its neat
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[9:26] <SomeOnE153> is there any way to use the darn csi cam as a webcam, like for google hangouts, flash based sites etc?
[9:27] <sYnfo_> Unfortunately that doesn't seem to help :(
[9:27] <sYnfo_> ffmpeg -f v4l2 -s 1280x720 -r 30 -i /dev/video0 -codec:v h264_omx -g 60 -b:v 2500k -codec:a aac -ac 2 -ar 44100 -ab 128k -f flv
[9:27] <sYnfo_> Speed still at around 0.2
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[9:27] <friendofafriend> As yLwHaTT mentioned, you also need to increase the memory available to the GPU.
[9:27] <sYnfo_> Oh, that was at me, okay :)
[9:28] <yLwHaTT> 1280x720 is huge!
[9:28] <sYnfo_> So "-gpu_mem 320"?
[9:28] <yLwHaTT> no
[9:28] <friendofafriend> You would do that from raspi-config.
[9:28] <sYnfo_> Ah, gotchja
[9:28] <yLwHaTT> fsck that its a config file on the base fs
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[9:29] <sYnfo_> Rebooting, let's see :)
[9:29] <friendofafriend> Hooray, good luck to you.
[9:30] <yLwHaTT> dango now i cant find it
[9:31] <friendofafriend> yLwHaTT: Can't find what?
[9:31] <sYnfo_> Hmmm, still not getting better :(
[9:31] <sYnfo_> Even tried to lower the resolution and framerate
[9:31] <sYnfo_> Still, speed at 0.5
[9:31] <sYnfo_> ffmpeg -f v4l2 -s 640x360 -r 25 -i /dev/video0 -codec:v h264_omx -g 50 -b:v 2500k -codec:a aac -ac 2 -ar 44100 -ab 128k -f flv
[9:31] <yLwHaTT> theres a file u just edit for gpu mem
[9:32] <friendofafriend> yLwHaTT: Harder to support.
[9:32] <sYnfo_> Well I did that via raspi-config, is that not enough?
[9:32] <yLwHaTT> sYnfo_: its the same thing
[9:32] <friendofafriend> sYnfo_: That's fine, great way to do it.
[9:32] <sYnfo_> ok :)
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[9:33] <yLwHaTT> what if u lowered the resolution
[9:33] <yLwHaTT> .5 is progress
[9:34] <yLwHaTT> friendofafriend: im using alarm so i just edited the file
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[9:34] <yLwHaTT> forgot where it is tho
[9:34] <friendofafriend> sYnfo_: Have you tried the command as root?
[9:34] <yLwHaTT> im lame af
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[9:34] <sYnfo_> friendofafriend: Just have, not improvement
[9:35] <yLwHaTT> sYnfo_: r u running a wm? how about vram?
[9:35] <sYnfo_> yLwHaTT: Further halving the res does not help
[9:35] <yLwHaTT> ok
[9:35] <sYnfo_> I'm on raspbian lite, no WM
[9:35] <yLwHaTT> gotcha
[9:35] <yLwHaTT> i use PINN to install arch its pretty fast
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[9:36] <SomeOnE153> im going to look into that now because that install failed
[9:36] <sYnfo_> I imagine I'd prolly have the same issues on arch, methinks this looks like another issue
[9:36] <SomeOnE153> something went wrong with the bsdtar command
[9:36] <yLwHaTT> sYnfo_: yeah prolly
[9:37] <yLwHaTT> SomeOnE153: what install?
[9:37] <SomeOnE153> Trying to install arch on my pi 3 b+
[9:37] <SomeOnE153> these instructions https://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv6/raspberry-pi
[9:38] <yLwHaTT> yeah use pinn install script
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[9:38] <yLwHaTT> u dont need da second ssd to install it if u mess up
[9:38] <yLwHaTT> its noobs but more os selections
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[9:39] <yLwHaTT> eek
[9:39] <yLwHaTT> nooooooo
[9:39] <yLwHaTT> armv7h
[9:39] <SomeOnE153> is that a problem for me?
[9:39] <yLwHaTT> i dunno
[9:40] <yLwHaTT> but thats the arm version currently used
[9:40] <yLwHaTT> its still 32bit tho
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[9:40] <yLwHaTT> PINN it up bro im tellin ya its a cinch
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[9:41] <yLwHaTT> https://sourceforge.net/projects/pinn/
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[9:42] <SomeOnE153> its downloading
[9:42] <SomeOnE153> i should be able to flahs that to my sd card with dd right?
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[9:42] <yLwHaTT> yup
[9:43] <yLwHaTT> i havent had to reinstall for over a year
[9:43] <yLwHaTT> im using xfce as well
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[9:45] <friendofafriend> sYnfo_: You might try with other bitrates. I'm having pretty good success with 640x480 at 900k.
[9:45] <yLwHaTT> pidgin youtube-dlg conky transmission-gtk and omxplayer all at the same time
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[9:46] <yLwHaTT> as long as i dont try to use clementine and chromium at the same time im good
[9:46] <yLwHaTT> no vlc or smplayer dont do it
[9:46] <yLwHaTT> DONT DO IT
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[9:47] <yLwHaTT> oh yeah bitrate
[9:47] <SomeOnE153> 38.4KBs
[9:47] <SomeOnE153> -_-
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[9:49] <yLwHaTT> sha5 sums are yur friend
[9:49] <SomeOnE153> those moment when smaller files download sooo much slower
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[9:50] <yLwHaTT> always check it so u don t wreck it
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[9:51] <SomeOnE153> yea i need to get into the habit of that
[9:51] <yLwHaTT> im tellin ya its 5 seconds
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[9:51] <yLwHaTT> worth it
[9:51] <SomeOnE153> i can memorize 26 digit passwords but forget everything else
[9:52] <yLwHaTT> pffff
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[9:52] <SomeOnE153> RIGHT
[9:52] <yLwHaTT> do crosswords
[9:52] <yLwHaTT> mental accuity excersizes
[9:52] <yLwHaTT> its real
[9:52] <yLwHaTT> learn a new language
[9:52] <SomeOnE153> ofc it might also help if i put the stuff down xD
[9:53] <yLwHaTT> learn how to use an abacus
[9:53] <yLwHaTT> take lsd
[9:53] <SomeOnE153> did that 2 weeks ago
[9:53] <yLwHaTT> see already doin it right
[9:53] <SomeOnE153> ill let you guess which one
[9:54] <yLwHaTT> silver hurts my back
[9:54] <SomeOnE153> strangely though i wonder if it was even the right stuff, shouldnt have a flavor to it.... numb is a flavor
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[9:54] <yLwHaTT> eek
[9:54] <yLwHaTT> strck9
[9:54] <SomeOnE153> gold helps withthe back
[9:54] <yLwHaTT> fluff lasts too long
[9:55] <SomeOnE153> yeap, lost meh
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[9:55] <yLwHaTT> types of l
[9:56] <SomeOnE153> oh, ididnt even know there were types, ive had it maybe 6 times ever
[9:56] <yLwHaTT> different crystals every slight difference has an exponential effect
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[9:56] <SomeOnE153> the last time tho.... tasted numb... so im not 100% certain it was
[9:57] <yLwHaTT> due to its high potency in such a small pkg
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[9:57] <yLwHaTT> it should have no taste or feeling
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[9:57] <yLwHaTT> on the tongue
[9:57] <SomeOnE153> thats what ive been taught
[9:57] <yLwHaTT> sounds like 25i
[9:57] <SomeOnE153> so i think it was a RC then
[9:57] <SomeOnE153> see i was guessing 2ci
[9:58] <yLwHaTT> its an anologue of l
[9:58] <SomeOnE153> that would make sense
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[9:58] <SomeOnE153> it was vastly similar
[9:58] <yLwHaTT> 2ci is a derivative of mescaline
[9:58] <yLwHaTT> not an anologue
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[9:59] <SomeOnE153> the rooms always seem safer
[9:59] <yLwHaTT> when u take the mescaline out of peyote yur left with 2cb 2ci 2ce etc
[9:59] <SomeOnE153> ah, the more ya know
[10:00] <yLwHaTT> on those everyone sees and feels the same thin g
[10:00] <SomeOnE153> i get that from l
[10:00] <SomeOnE153> not from rooms
[10:00] <yLwHaTT> on l eveuryone s trip is different
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[10:00] <SomeOnE153> hummmm see now your really making me think
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[10:01] <yLwHaTT> if things move like an animated monet painting chances are its a 2c
[10:01] <SomeOnE153> because some of the best parts of l were that we were all on the same page.... comunication without words
[10:02] <yLwHaTT> if u see fractal shapes like sacred geometry its most likely the l splittin g up the different color signals from yur eyes to yur brain to form the patterns
[10:02] <yLwHaTT> thats l too
[10:03] <yLwHaTT> the communication without words
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[10:03] <SomeOnE153> okay cool because you had me second guessing what i based what i think was real on
[10:03] <SomeOnE153> and thats something ive never gotten with rooms
[10:03] <yLwHaTT> im talking less ethereal feelings like body fuzz and monet visuals are more likely to be 2cs
[10:04] <SomeOnE153> damn, notthe room i thought id find this info in xD
[10:04] <SomeOnE153> good info tho
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[10:05] <yLwHaTT> lsd helps coders to find a different way of going about the same thing that u would never think of otherwise by jarring yur perspective out of yur normal mode
[10:06] <friendofafriend> ##drugs please?
[10:06] <SomeOnE153> joining now
[10:06] <yLwHaTT> lsd links different parts of the brain that wouldnt normally talk to] each other
[10:06] <yLwHaTT> well thats it tho
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[10:07] <yLwHaTT> im not joining that channel feel free to pm
[10:07] <SomeOnE153> i was actually just about to ask if this even had pm
[10:07] <yLwHaTT> irc?
[10:08] <yLwHaTT> what program u using?
[10:08] <SomeOnE153> yea
[10:08] <SomeOnE153> pidgin
[10:08] <yLwHaTT> aha
[10:08] <SomeOnE153> ive got irssi as well but im not well versed with it
[10:08] <yLwHaTT> just double click the nick
[10:09] <yLwHaTT> or /msg nickname
[10:09] <SomeOnE153> i sent one, did it not go through?
[10:09] <yLwHaTT> do u know about /me command?
[10:09] <yLwHaTT> newp
[10:09] <SomeOnE153> write in third person ?
[10:09] * yLwHaTT didnt see it
[10:10] <yLwHaTT> there it is
[10:10] <SomeOnE153> ah says you didnt see it
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[10:57] <SomeOnE153> so i spent some time looking into it, did not have any success but ive seen a few stories of other peoples success to varying degrees ..... i have the pi cam for the csi port... can that cam be used on the rpi with flash based services like web chat?
[10:58] <yLwHaTT> dont see why not
[10:58] <SomeOnE153> so far it seems like ill have to use 2 pi's to use one as a webcam in the other
[10:58] <yLwHaTT> eek
[10:59] <yLwHaTT> never tried it tho
[10:59] <SomeOnE153> part of me thinks it might be the lingo im using to search and that i might of just not found the right article/help guide
[10:59] <Habbie> why would you need two pi?
[10:59] <pksato> SomeOnE153: Not using Flash.
[10:59] <yLwHaTT> that always gets me too
[11:00] <pksato> but, html5 yes. need to load v4l drivers for picam.
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[11:01] <yLwHaTT> COFFEE IS REAL
[11:01] <SomeOnE153> Habbie: because motion pi lets you setup a pi as a network camera and getting a netwrok camera to work in flash is much more doable
[11:02] <yLwHaTT> i got one of those thermos french presses from walmart way neat real strong
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[11:02] <SomeOnE153> im a french press kinda guy also
[11:02] <SomeOnE153> im at my das and hes got the kurig thing
[11:02] <SomeOnE153> i gt into fights with it because i want coffee but it keeps giving me tea
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[11:03] <yLwHaTT> https://media.restorationhardware.com/is/image/rhis/prod7430029_E6735836_OWP_RS?$l-pd1$
[11:04] <yLwHaTT> O,O
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[11:04] <SomeOnE153> ... one day i will reenact the scene from office space except it wont be a printer, just the kurig ... ill need someone to hold me back when i double back to hit it again for accuracy ... anyone wish to help?
[11:04] <yLwHaTT> so many kurig cups in landfills
[11:04] <SomeOnE153> WHAAAT
[11:04] <yLwHaTT> its perturbing
[11:04] <SomeOnE153> yLwHaTT: uve not seed that one
[11:04] <SomeOnE153> how much ?
[11:04] <yLwHaTT> 25$
[11:04] <yLwHaTT> wally world
[11:04] <SomeOnE153> im sold
[11:05] <yLwHaTT> make sure it has the gasket on the insert tho
[11:05] <SomeOnE153> 20oz er?
[11:05] <yLwHaTT> i had to take one back cause i didnt look
[11:05] <yLwHaTT> i dunno
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[11:05] <yLwHaTT> two plastic spoons of coffee grounds
[11:05] <yLwHaTT> not heaping
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[11:05] <yLwHaTT> prolly like 20oz
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[11:06] <SomeOnE153> is that thing meant to be the cup as well ?
[11:06] <yLwHaTT> i want that itty bitty touchscreen for the pi
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[11:07] <Habbie> SomeOnE153, network cameras can work over localhost
[11:07] <SomeOnE153> i was lookin at those screens too, from what i gather it takes some work to get them to work for you as the defaults render the screen useless due to no menu fitting on the screen
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[11:08] <SomeOnE153> Habbie: right but that would be to get the feed on the same device, however the motion pi os doesnt have a desktop or much else to it really (though ive not looked under the hood or tried to give it one)
[11:08] <yLwHaTT> or this... https://www.amazon.com/SmartiPi-Official-Raspberry-Touchscreen-Display/dp/B01HV97F64?keywords=raspberry+pi&qid=1547719685&sr=8-14&ref=sr_1_14
[11:09] <SomeOnE153> or am i missing something / incorrect
[11:09] <yLwHaTT> drink right out of it...its a thermos
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[11:09] <SomeOnE153> oh.... yLwHaTT i thought you meant TINY
[11:10] <SomeOnE153> 7" should not be a problem
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[11:10] <yLwHaTT> both!
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[11:10] <yLwHaTT> i want all the pi stuff
[11:10] <yLwHaTT> total fanboy status
[11:10] <SomeOnE153> yLwHaTT: have you seen these
[11:10] <SomeOnE153> https://pi-top.com/products/pi-top/
[11:11] <SomeOnE153> thats what i want but its not ever going to be worth what they want for it
[11:11] <gordonDrogon> I'ev got one of those cases for the Pi 7" screen.
[11:11] <SomeOnE153> i mean jfc you can get a lot more laptop for 300$
[11:11] <gordonDrogon> not 100% impressed with it, but it works.
[11:11] <gordonDrogon> PiTop is too expensive and... Kermit Green.
[11:12] <SomeOnE153> the price kills it for me
[11:12] <SomeOnE153> but its what i want, a case that holds a screen, keyboard, some battery power
[11:12] <SomeOnE153> so hopefully more iterations will come about
[11:13] <gordonDrogon> �400 is my go-to price for a new laptop - about every 4 years, but I'd really not use a Pi in he same way.
[11:13] <yLwHaTT> https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-e99-xpNfRik/UJVR6CYfi4I/AAAAAAAAACg/APyfYKU4vc8/s640/GB-outfinish.jpg
[11:13] <yLwHaTT> then theres this
[11:13] <SomeOnE153> ha those are cool
[11:14] <SomeOnE153> someone should take a pi 0 and put it inside a walkman (cassette player) to make it into a ballin mp3 player
[11:14] <SomeOnE153> room enough for a speaker and some battery life
[11:15] <yLwHaTT> i saw a diy on how to put a pi zero into a psp case
[11:15] <yLwHaTT> casing
[11:15] <SomeOnE153> interesting
[11:15] <SomeOnE153> ive got 2 of those
[11:15] <gordonDrogon> https://shop.pimoroni.com/products/pirate-radio-pi-zero-w-project-kit
[11:15] <SomeOnE153> one would be perfect for it
[11:15] <gordonDrogon> not quite walkman size though.
[11:17] <yLwHaTT> where the tape pops out but its the battery
[11:17] <yLwHaTT> heh thatd be cool
[11:17] <gordonDrogon> I have a Pi ZeroW project that runs for about 7 hours on a 2200mAh LiPo.
[11:17] <gordonDrogon> no speaker though.
[11:18] <SomeOnE153> thats a cool little kit
[11:18] <yLwHaTT> yeah i used one of those on my 3b just to see how long it would last
[11:18] <yLwHaTT> 6hrs
[11:18] <SomeOnE153> idk why they call it a radio though
[11:18] <gordonDrogon> internet radio
[11:18] <yLwHaTT> the only time it gave a power warning was when i plugged in my ext hdd
[11:19] <yLwHaTT> but after mounting it went away
[11:19] <yLwHaTT> 2.1amps
[11:19] <SomeOnE153> ugh power issues with ext hdd's are no good with pi
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[11:19] <SomeOnE153> corrupt data everywhere
[11:19] <yLwHaTT> mhm
[11:19] <yLwHaTT> i wish i hadnt lost my 500gb ssd
[11:20] <SomeOnE153> thought i could get around it with a ssd vs hdd... nope not for the models i have
[11:20] <SomeOnE153> i went full stupid and built a pc with 7 ssd's in it
[11:20] <gordonDrogon> Pi & power issues are (now) well understood.
[11:20] <SomeOnE153> then later realized i wanted more room so ive got ahdnfullof 240gb ssd's to play with now
[11:20] <yLwHaTT> 2.5amps on the 3b and it works just fine
[11:21] <gordonDrogon> I think I'd always be tempted to power external HDDs separately though.
[11:21] <SomeOnE153> that and 7 ssd's in one pc..... fast and fun
[11:21] <yLwHaTT> heh.
[11:21] <gordonDrogon> even if that's just a Y splitter on the PSU going into the Pi.
[11:21] <gordonDrogon> (assuming the psu is up to it in the first place)
[11:21] <yLwHaTT> i smashed my old computer with a golf club but i took the hdd and ram chip out first
[11:21] <yLwHaTT> but the hdd in an 8 dollar case
[11:21] <SomeOnE153> ive got a psu hacked apart for use with the pi's but its just sitting there until my ambition grows to make the pi controll the psu to power its peripherals
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[11:22] <yLwHaTT> whats a psu?
[11:22] <SomeOnE153> power supply unit
[11:22] <yLwHaTT> i see
[11:22] <SomeOnE153> took it out of an older pc that was getting thrown away
[11:22] <yLwHaTT> dunno how i would make a power unit for the hdd even
[11:22] <SomeOnE153> perfect source for 3.3v, 5v, and 12v
[11:23] <yLwHaTT> its just out of an old laptop i destroyed with a beer and then a golf club
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[11:23] <yLwHaTT> i have a 12v converter powering some leds right now
[11:24] <yLwHaTT> ahhhh! my face hurts from all ze coffee
[11:24] <Armand> You're supposed to drink it, not pour it over your face. O_o
[11:24] <yLwHaTT> i injected it into my eye socket
[11:25] <Armand> I'm sure that's even worse
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> so far all ive got is the wires chopped (dont need molex connectors) and the 3.3v, 5v, 12v, and neutral are going to the power rails of a bread board
[11:25] <yLwHaTT> with a double zero gauge
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> coffee doesnt go there
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> ...does it
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> .... do you feel more awake than you do when drinking it?
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> lets make this a case study
[11:25] <SomeOnE153> xD
[11:26] <SomeOnE153> who knows, it could be an eye opener.
[11:26] <SomeOnE153> or it might just be unsightly
[11:27] <yLwHaTT> http://www.nationalantiquecentre.com/images/products/aaa672.JPG
[11:27] <SomeOnE153> in hindsight maybe it wasn't a good idea
[11:27] <yLwHaTT> i see what u mean
[11:27] <SomeOnE153> damn and i thought my glass one was cool
[11:27] <yLwHaTT> i was trying to be a visionary
[11:28] <yLwHaTT> ocular penetration at its finest
[11:28] <SomeOnE153> i use e cigs and for a while made my own liquid, syringes are perfect for measuring flavorings etc
[11:29] <SomeOnE153> glass on glass syringe, just cool
[11:29] <yLwHaTT> so u can use smtube piped to omxplayer to watch youtube on the pi
[11:29] <SomeOnE153> lol
[11:29] <yLwHaTT> its real
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[11:30] <SomeOnE153> umm
[11:30] <SomeOnE153> why tho?
[11:30] <yLwHaTT> cause watching it thru the webpage is choppy
[11:30] <SomeOnE153> ah, so it performs a bit better
[11:30] <yLwHaTT> theres an android app called raspicast that will cast it up to yur pi thru the network too
[11:30] <yLwHaTT> a bit?
[11:31] <yLwHaTT> more like seamless
[11:31] <SomeOnE153> hmm
[11:31] <yLwHaTT> i wrote a little bash script for different screen sizes so its not just fullscreen all the time
[11:31] <SomeOnE153> andhere i thought that youtube being choppy was something i did
[11:31] <yLwHaTT> or just audio if i want
[11:32] <yLwHaTT> cut out the middle man
[11:32] <yLwHaTT> u want i pastebin teh skrypt
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[11:33] <yLwHaTT> chmod 755 && sudo cp omxchoose /usr/bin/
[11:33] <SomeOnE153> sure
[11:33] <yLwHaTT> \o/
[11:33] <SomeOnE153> 5 is rx right?
[11:34] <yLwHaTT> all i know is 755 makes it executable without sh or ./
[11:34] <yLwHaTT> er whatever
[11:34] <yLwHaTT> without sh and ./ can be used
[11:35] <Habbie> yes, 5 is r-x
[11:36] <yLwHaTT> https://pastebin.com/LKruyG5s
[11:36] <yLwHaTT> i use caviar_dreams for my subtitle font
[11:37] <yLwHaTT> in smtube u can choose what program it sends the youtube video too just do omxchoose and voila
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> learning the symbolic codes for chmod is handy too, so: chmod +x file will set the relecant x bits.
[11:37] <gordonDrogon> *relevant
[11:37] <yLwHaTT> i try but it get mish mashed in my head
[11:37] <yLwHaTT> ];
[11:38] <yLwHaTT> i will one of these days
[11:38] <yLwHaTT> it will sink in i swear
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[11:38] <yLwHaTT> all i can remember is 755 makes it executable
[11:39] <SomeOnE153> gordonDrogon: so when you do +x what parts does it go to..... is that like 111
[11:39] <SomeOnE153> im amazed i made it this far and just the last few weeks picked up permissions and chown/chmod
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[11:39] <gordonDrogon> +x adds in the execute bits - which .. Hm. you need to think in base 8 - octal.
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[11:40] <SomeOnE153> i get that there are 3 numbers and each is for its own thing User,Group,Other
[11:40] <gordonDrogon> so you have 3 groups of 3 bits, so from 000 to 777
[11:40] <SomeOnE153> i get the dec to bin
[11:40] <SomeOnE153> and bin to dec
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[11:40] <Habbie> bin to oct is easier
[11:40] <gordonDrogon> the x bit is bit 0, so 111
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[11:41] <SomeOnE153> i have more of an issue with what group
[11:41] <gordonDrogon> so to go from 644 to executable, then add 1 to each, giving 755
[11:41] <yLwHaTT> hmmm...
[11:41] <SomeOnE153> like chmod +x ..... will add x to the user, group and other fields?
[11:41] <gordonDrogon> groups is an oddity in what's effectively now a single-user system.
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[11:42] <yLwHaTT> my dyslexia is going nuts on this
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[11:42] <gordonDrogon> just play: touch foo ; ls -l foo ; chmod 1 foo ; ls -l foo ; chmod 111 foo ; ls -l foo ........
[11:42] <yLwHaTT> newp
[11:42] <yLwHaTT> no comprende
[11:42] <yLwHaTT> is ok tho
[11:42] <gordonDrogon> groups: these days, typically the group ID is the same as the user ID.
[11:43] <SomeOnE153> i believe i need to learn more with groupd for my sftp
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[11:43] <yLwHaTT> how can i turn off the s part of my ftp?
[11:43] <yLwHaTT> its too slow
[11:44] <SomeOnE153> seems all pi transfers are slow as could be
[11:44] <yLwHaTT> do i just use a whole different file server than openssh?
[11:44] <SomeOnE153> its a different port ..and i dont remember passed that
[11:44] <yLwHaTT> 22 and 23
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[11:44] <yLwHaTT> 22 is ssh
[11:44] <SomeOnE153> i had to change some config stuff to make it sftp
[11:45] <yLwHaTT> openssh automatically comes with an sftp server built in
[11:45] <yLwHaTT> u just connect to 22 instead of 23 i think
[11:45] <yLwHaTT> the coffee is replacing my brain fluids
[11:46] <SomeOnE153> there is something missing tho
[11:46] <Habbie> sftp and ftp are very different protocols
[11:46] <Habbie> you can't just connect any ftp client to port 22
[11:46] <SomeOnE153> think about this, why have sftp and ftp running, you wouldnt want ftp running
[11:46] <SomeOnE153> idk what it is but something is missing
[11:47] <yLwHaTT> Habbie: every ftp client ive tried works with my sftp server on port 22
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[11:47] <Habbie> yLwHaTT, then those ftp clients are also sftp clients :)
[11:48] <yLwHaTT> correct
[11:48] <yLwHaTT> i get it now
[11:48] <yLwHaTT> erg i get what u mean now
[11:48] <Habbie> ok :)
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[11:49] <yLwHaTT> if i use my phone to connect to my sftp server its a gadzillion times slower than if i turn my phone into an ftp server and transfer things that way
[11:49] <yLwHaTT> do i just use a different file server all together and turn off the sftp that comes with openssh?
[11:50] <Habbie> i don't know - you haven't compared that
[11:50] <yLwHaTT> tru
[11:50] <yLwHaTT> ive thought about trying it just to see but me lazy
[11:51] <SomeOnE153> best rate ive seen on my gear here is 11MB/s between pi and ubuntu
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[11:51] <yLwHaTT> i just assumed there was no way of shutting off the s part since its part of the whole ssh thing
[11:51] <SomeOnE153> worst is 2-3MB/s
[11:51] <Habbie> yLwHaTT, are you sure the s part is the problem?
[11:51] <Habbie> SomeOnE153, it's impossible to go above 11 anyway
[11:51] <SomeOnE153> how so
[11:52] <Habbie> 100mbit ethernet
[11:52] <yLwHaTT> im only guessing its that cause im getting ungodly slow speeds
[11:52] <SomeOnE153> pi 3b+ has 300 Mbps link
[11:52] <Habbie> oh wait, the 3 has 'gbit'
[11:52] <Habbie> yes
[11:52] <SomeOnE153> they call it gbit but its not its 300MBps
[11:52] <SomeOnE153> doh' ... wrong size b
[11:52] <Habbie> it is gbit and it is not gbit :)
[11:53] <yLwHaTT> however when i use my phone as an ftp server with es file explorer it goes zippity do like im using a usb3.0
[11:53] <yLwHaTT> my phone is a cheapo one too
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[11:54] <yLwHaTT> so i just have assumed its the secure part thats doing it since it has to go thru the encryption layer right?
[11:54] <yLwHaTT> i dunno
[11:54] <yLwHaTT> i would have to just install a different ftp server and then i would find out
[11:54] <plugwash> SomeOnE153, The physical layer is gigabit, but the link back to the SoC is still USB2 which limits achievable throughput.
[11:55] <yLwHaTT> 1024/8
[11:55] <SomeOnE153> iirc thats about 64MB/s for usb 2
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[12:03] <johznojy> hey yall-need some help getting my pi to display on my ty-got black screen only-my tv is a samsung 50" plasma its currently displaying 1360x768-only way i can get a pick is to boot in safemode (Pi3B)
[12:04] <johznojy> what should i alter in config file
[12:04] <johznojy> have tried every combo i could find on google and nothing worked
[12:04] <SomeOnE153> ty-got black screen?
[12:05] <yLwHaTT> i think he meant tv
[12:05] <johznojy> now i have a fresh config file, I just reflashed retropi img from offical site mirror
[12:05] <johznojy> i did
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[12:05] <yLwHaTT> ive had no problems with it
[12:05] <yLwHaTT> ive done just that too
[12:05] <johznojy> using hdmi
[12:05] <yLwHaTT> mhm
[12:06] <yLwHaTT> retropie
[12:06] <yLwHaTT> libreelec too
[12:06] <yLwHaTT> worked out the box for me
[12:06] <yLwHaTT> did u check the checksum?
[12:06] <yLwHaTT> always check the checksum
[12:07] <johznojy> what settings should i change for the pi to display at resolution 1360x768
[12:07] <yLwHaTT> i dunno
[12:07] <johznojy> the image is perfect i can boot it in safemode wait there ill tell u what line i uncommented to get it to show onscreen and boot/install
[12:08] <yLwHaTT> i forgot that i used PINN to install both of those
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[12:08] <johznojy> i used dd and or etcher
[12:08] <SomeOnE153> one moment johznojy
[12:08] <yLwHaTT> oki doki
[12:08] <johznojy> both work sweet
[12:08] <SomeOnE153> # uncomment to force a console size. By default it will be display's size minus
[12:08] <SomeOnE153> # overscan.
[12:08] <SomeOnE153> #framebuffer_width=1280
[12:08] <SomeOnE153> #framebuffer_height=720
[12:09] <johznojy> but getting the resolution for an older plasma screen is breaking my balls been a week now
[12:09] <yLwHaTT> yeah i use pinn for easy recovery so i dont need a secondary computer or live usb to do it
[12:09] <johznojy> SomeOnE153, thanks
[12:10] <yLwHaTT> then again this 3b is my sole computer atm
[12:10] <johznojy> SomeOnE153, do you mean =720 or =768
[12:10] <SomeOnE153> you use your numbers
[12:10] <yLwHaTT> whatever u wish prolly
[12:11] <johznojy> so for me i would be putting =1360 and =768 yeah?
[12:11] <yLwHaTT> i would assume so
[12:11] <johznojy> SomeOnE153,
[12:11] <SomeOnE153> i apologize, that may not be correct. That is what i do for raspbian, you are talking about retropi which i dont mess with
[12:11] <johznojy> wanna weigh in on this please
[12:11] <yLwHaTT> erg
[12:12] <johznojy> pretty sure its installed ontop of raspian and that both have the config.txt file
[12:12] <yLwHaTT> have u tried reinstalling from scratch?
[12:12] <johznojy> yeah many times
[12:12] <johznojy> no joy
[12:12] <yLwHaTT> oh yeah retropie is on top of raspbian
[12:12] <johznojy> bought another shorter hdmi
[12:12] <SomeOnE153> if there is a config file in /boot/config.txt, to answer your question .... yes you would put width=1360 and height=768
[12:13] <yLwHaTT> oh yeah thats where the gpu_mem line is
[12:13] <johznojy> and increased the signal strength for hdmi from default to 7 or something
[12:14] <johznojy> SomeOnE153, sick cheer mate
[12:14] <yLwHaTT> # See /boot/overlays/README for all available options
[12:14] <ShorTie> can you get the screen you want in raspbian but not retropi ??
[12:14] <SomeOnE153> now i will tell you ive had a hard time lakka today because it is not as smart as raspbian with reguards to display settings, right now im using an older monitor with vga and dvi, so im using a hdmi to dvi converter. raspbian has ZERO issues with this and correctly sets up the screen, lakka and noobs wont even keep the screen on for me
[12:15] <johznojy> shit
[12:15] <ShorTie> wonder if the edid.dat hack would work for you
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[12:15] <yLwHaTT> ive never had these problems i can use this same setup and use my hdmi2vga adapter instead and it does it just fine
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[12:16] <SomeOnE153> ShorTie: which "you"
[12:16] <yLwHaTT> the other dude
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[12:16] <SomeOnE153> well darn
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[12:16] <yLwHaTT> maybe u too
[12:16] <johznojy> ShorTie, soz late reply - i hv not booted raspian solo have been able to get the retropi to boot but only on safe mode
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[12:17] <yLwHaTT> man try pinn maybe they have an install script that helps with all that little stuff
[12:17] <yLwHaTT> i swear by it
[12:18] <johznojy> ShorTie, is there good reason too-if so please explain
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[12:18] <ShorTie> https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=173430&sid=365515e2eefd3774aefa5fa52989d967#p173430
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[12:21] <yLwHaTT> i cant standz it no mo
[12:21] <yLwHaTT> maybe a droning documentary will put me to sleep
[12:21] <yLwHaTT> yes indeed it will
[12:21] <SomeOnE153> lol
[12:21] <SomeOnE153> put on some luis rossman laptop repair
[12:21] <yLwHaTT> pfff
[12:22] <yLwHaTT> hell naw
[12:22] <SomeOnE153> lol
[12:22] <yLwHaTT> i already got some weird shit lined up
[12:22] <SomeOnE153> khan academy, pick a class to fall asleep to?
[12:22] <yLwHaTT> [;
[12:22] <SomeOnE153> lol
[12:22] <johznojy> rofl
[12:22] <johznojy> have a chooch
[12:23] <SomeOnE153> the neighbors took the cheech
[12:23] <johznojy> dam
[12:23] <yLwHaTT> church af
[12:23] <ShorTie> you guys need to read the rules and keep it family friendly !!
[12:23] <johznojy> ten four
[12:23] <johznojy> sorry all
[12:23] <yLwHaTT> my bad
[12:24] <johznojy> you should do your kids homework
[12:24] <yLwHaTT> watch it buddy
[12:25] <SomeOnE153> LOL
[12:25] <SomeOnE153> Also be aware that &lsquo;fsck&rsquo; is only acceptable in the context of a file system check. Telling someone to run fsck is fine. Telling someone to fskc off is not.
[12:25] <yLwHaTT> oops
[12:26] <SomeOnE153> lol because it has to of happened (more than once id imagine) for that to be a rule
[12:26] <yLwHaTT> itsa good rule
[12:27] <yLwHaTT> johznojy: use PINN
[12:27] <yLwHaTT> gnite
[12:27] <SomeOnE153> dude i want something like that on a shirt now
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[12:27] <johznojy> night
[12:28] <SomeOnE153> yLwHaTT: check pm
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[12:33] <SomeOnE153> well its 5:30 am
[12:33] <SomeOnE153> so i think its time to sleep
[12:34] <yLwHaTT> 630 here
[12:34] <yLwHaTT> dango im out
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[12:54] <im0nde> Hi, I can't get retropie to work on the 3B+. Downloaded official 2/3 image and used etcher. It boot fine, but goes into command line prompt and shows "illegal instruction"
[12:55] <im0nde> running "emulatinostation" manually also says "illegal instructino"
[12:55] <im0nde> I see ONE raspeberry image during boot, the wiki says that means it is the wrong image, but it is definetly not
[12:55] <im0nde> can anybody help me?
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[13:00] <plugwash> are you 100% positive that the pi in question is a 3B+?
[13:00] <im0nde> plugwash: I bought it as such. Can I verify it via command line?
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[13:01] <plugwash> there are ways, but I don't remember them off-hand. When you look at the board is the processor in a metal package?
[13:02] <im0nde> no
[13:02] <Lartza> cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep Revision
[13:02] <plugwash> https://www.buyapi.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Raspberry_Pi_3_B_2_of_3_1024x1024.jpg <-- that is what a 3B+ looks like, the processor is in a metal package and there is a metal can over the wifi/bluetooth
[13:02] <im0nde> damn
[13:03] <im0nde> I think I got another then
[13:03] <im0nde> Lartza: 900032
[13:03] <Lartza> What's the revision number?
[13:03] <Khaytsus> retropi requires 3b+ I guess?
[13:03] <Lartza> It's an original Pi 1 Model B+
[13:03] <im0nde> fuck
[13:03] <Khaytsus> wtf? You thought you had 3 and you hvae a 1? :D
[13:03] <im0nde> will retropie run on that fine? or is it too slow
[13:03] <Lartza> or well not "original" really but Model B+
[13:04] <Khaytsus> pi 1 is pretty slow
[13:04] <Lartza> It will probably at least cut the latest consoles pi3 can run
[13:04] <Lartza> Which I think are n64 and ps1?
[13:04] <im0nde> oh meen
[13:05] <im0nde> might have to get a refund then
[13:05] <im0nde> Well, I'll try the other image then
[13:05] <im0nde> Sorry, never actually checked the model, since it was a trustworthy seller
[13:06] * im0nde was desperately trying to find the problem with his download/burning process
[13:06] <Lartza> Hehe, the CPU is different thus illegal instructions
[13:06] <Lartza> rpi3 can run a pi1 image but not vice versa
[13:06] <Lartza> At least in theory
[13:12] <gordonDrogon> im0nde, Khaytsus family friendly please.
[13:13] <im0nde> did I say somethign bad gordonDrogon
[13:13] <gordonDrogon> im0nde, Yes, you did.
[13:13] <im0nde> hum sorry then
[13:14] <im0nde> Wasn't thinking I'll offend someone in the IRC
[13:14] <gordonDrogon> it's not about offending, it's about reading the rules which say it's a family friendly channel.
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[13:15] <gordonDrogon> and to find out the Pi model/make run: gpio -v or cat /proc/device-tree/model
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[13:17] <Khaytsus> gordonDrogon: the proc file is semi new isn't it? I recall in the past you had to dig out an id then compare that against a wiki table
[13:18] <gordonDrogon> Khaytsus, about 4-5 years old now.
[13:18] <Khaytsus> Oh, huh okay
[13:18] <gordonDrogon> slightly newer than the device-tree, but not much.
[13:18] <Khaytsus> Maybe just bad results on google... You know how old stuff seems to live on forever
[13:19] <gordonDrogon> yes. )-:
[13:19] <Khaytsus> People still clear dalvik cache in Android, 4 years after it's even close to valid
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[16:09] <stiv> web pages without dates is one of my pet peeves lately
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[17:30] <hodapp> research papers without dates are also annoying
[17:31] <hodapp> sometimes the best one can do is to look at the bibliography, look for the newest work they cite, and guess that that's an acceptable earliest bound on the date
[17:35] <BurtyB> stiv, I agree :/
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[19:17] <Toerkeium> hello guys, I've a raspberry pi with raspbx installed. I did some upgrades and now after a few minutes, sometimes secods, I get disconnected from SSH; and nothing works till I reboot it. Any idea where to start looking for a problem?
[19:19] <stiv> dmesg? the system log file?
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[19:20] <akk> Is it possible to connect a serial cable? That makes debugging so much easier when the problem is disconnects or reboots.
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[19:21] <Jck_true> Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Vi. 2.... And the WiFi is just dead...
[19:22] <Toerkeium> stiv: dmes | grep fatal|error or /var/log/messages | grep error|fatal returns nothing
[19:22] <Jck_true> Is there anything obvious I can do?
[19:22] <friendofafriend> Jck_true: Then the wifi might be just dead.
[19:22] <Toerkeium> akk: I have not that possibility, just restart and ssh in again
[19:22] <Jck_true> Flashed NOOBS . And the wifi chip does not enumerate
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[19:24] <friendofafriend> Jck_true: Does bluetooth work, maybe when you "sudo bluetoothctl"?
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[19:25] <Jck_true> I'll try to flash the newest debian again and give that a go
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[19:46] <Jck_true> friendofafriend: Yeah I can control the bluetooth But nothing shows up.
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[19:49] <Jck_true> iwlist scan - "no scan results"
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[20:28] <friendofafriend> Jck_true: That's a pretty good sign, it's the same chip.
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[20:47] <Tenkawa> hi all
[20:49] <Tenkawa> am I mis remembering or is there a dongle type piece you can buy that fits on the gpio pins to do what adafruits serial to usb cable is doing?
[20:49] <Tenkawa> I thought I saw them or another vendor offering it
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[20:54] <Tenkawa> found it
[20:54] <Tenkawa> Adafruit PiUART
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[21:11] <friendofafriend> Anyone had success encoding video from a USB webcam with ffmpeg's h264_omx?
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[21:37] <DrunkenDwarf> Hi all. does anyone know an alternative to libgphoto for controlling a DSLR camera with a raspberry pi? Its bugged with the camera model I have.
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[21:48] <audiopath> DrunkenDwarf, canon ?
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[21:49] <DrunkenDwarf> audiopath, no, its a NIKON D3500
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[21:50] <audiopath> DrunkenDwarf, ok, i'm fighting on getting a canon powershot and chdk
[21:50] <audiopath> to work
[21:51] <audiopath> the cam doesnt open the usb port when on filming mode
[21:51] <audiopath> not even with chdk
[21:52] <DrunkenDwarf> ahhh, I see. my problem is that for some reason the nikon takes 2 images when you first capture and image, and then just hangs the second time unless you kill -9 it
[21:53] <audiopath> is there maybe a keepalive cmd necessary ?
[21:54] <audiopath> maybe it caches on the sd card and sd card is too slow
[21:54] <Khaytsus> What does this have to do with a pi?
[21:54] <Khaytsus> It's just poking commands over usb
[21:54] <audiopath> we (me for sure) want to connect it to a pi
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[21:54] <DrunkenDwarf> Khaytsus, I have to control the camera and get the image using a pi
[21:54] <Khaytsus> Unless you've verified it works fine on a laptop or desktop but not a pi or something
[21:54] <Habbie> DrunkenDwarf, what Khaytsus means is that your problem is most likely not pi-specific
[21:55] <Habbie> DrunkenDwarf, which doesn't mean we don't want to help - but it means there might be better places to find help
[21:56] <DrunkenDwarf> Habbie, no, i think its gphoto specific, which is why i was looking for a gphoto alternative on the pi rather than help with the problem specifically.
[21:56] <Habbie> ack
[21:56] <Khaytsus> https://google.com/search?q=control+nikon+camera+linux
[21:57] <audiopath> i was also looking for some pi software to control my cam, but i found out its cam specific
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[22:01] <DrunkenDwarf> lol, double checking the google links, just about everything uses libgphoto as a backend :(
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[22:05] <\\Mr_C\\> is it a rpi camera
[22:05] <\\Mr_C\\> ?
[22:05] <DrunkenDwarf> \\Mr_C\\, no, a nikon dslr
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[22:06] <audiopath> DrunkenDwarf, here too, i just got confirmation that my powershot doesnt have remote capability
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[22:08] <\\Mr_C\\> if you hook it to a pc, can you use ut as a web cam?
[22:08] <\\Mr_C\\> ut=it
[22:08] <friendofafriend> Anyone noticed strange behavior with h264 on the Raspberry Pi? It's intermittantly working for me, using ffmpeg.
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[22:13] <ldz27> Hello. I have the following problem with R Pi Zero W. sd as fat and the r pi says "cannot find the drive with the noobs", but the hdmi ouput works. google says I need mbr. After creating sd with mbr it works (the led is also green) but the displa (hdmi) is black... any idea?
[22:14] <\\Mr_C\\> edit the config.txt
[22:14] <\\Mr_C\\> change force hdmi=1 remove the # in front of it
[22:15] <\\Mr_C\\> try that
[22:17] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: where can I find the config.txt?
[22:17] <\\Mr_C\\> on the sdcard
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[22:20] <hodapp> le sigh. I was searching 'raspberry pi keystone' to see if there is any built-in method of keystone correction (e.g. in the GPU). Search engine decided instead that I probably was looking for raspberry ketones.
[22:21] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: the NOOB zip doesn't contain any config.txt and after cp the config.txt doesn't exist on sd
[22:22] <Khaytsus> hodapp: probably more productive ;)
[22:23] <hodapp> while I can do this with cv2.warpPerspective, I wondered if anything could do it lower-level (so that I need not manually process imagery with OpenCV, or whatever)
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[22:23] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: ok, i think i need to create the file myself
[22:24] <\\Mr_C\\> not sure
[22:25] <\\Mr_C\\> did you just format the sdcard as fat32 and copy the files from the zip file?
[22:25] <hodapp> hm. unless there is some magical hardware in the Pi that I can pass a transformation matrix to and have it process the video that way
[22:26] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: yes, exactly
[22:26] <hodapp> couldn't I basically do this in a shader?
[22:26] <\\Mr_C\\> it should come up then
[22:26] <hodapp> of course... shader can't process a 'fake' framebuffer and produce a real video output, can it
[22:26] <\\Mr_C\\> you copied the folders that are in the zipfile as well?
[22:27] <hodapp> it's just faster than OpenCV
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[22:28] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: yes, but as mentioned above, the official noob zip doesn't containt any config.txt
[22:28] <\\Mr_C\\> power it off and try again booting it
[22:28] <\\Mr_C\\> watch the light
[22:28] <\\Mr_C\\> see iff it shows activity
[22:28] <\\Mr_C\\> make sure the hdmi tv is on the right port if you have more than 1 hdmi port
[22:30] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: the light is all the time green. booting agains doesn't help
[22:31] <\\Mr_C\\> it doesnt blink?
[22:31] <\\Mr_C\\> is there a red power light?
[22:31] <ldz27> the hdmi work when creating sd without mbr but missing mbr produces another error. no, it doesn't blink. are you sure zero has red power? I didn't see any red power. only green.
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[22:32] <\\Mr_C\\> okay
[22:32] <\\Mr_C\\> mbr?
[22:32] <\\Mr_C\\> dude
[22:32] <\\Mr_C\\> just format the card as fat32
[22:32] <\\Mr_C\\> what size is it?
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[22:34] <on3pk> Is it possible to set the user password on the sdcard?
[22:34] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: I have done this (fat32). the size is 16 gb. but without mbr i get the following error on hdmi display https://github.com/raspberrypi/noobs/issues/498
[22:34] <\\Mr_C\\> you dont have to mess with no mbr when booting booting from the sdcard
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[22:35] <\\Mr_C\\> are you using linux or windows to format it?
[22:37] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: linux
[22:37] <\\Mr_C\\> do you have a windows machine?
[22:37] <ldz27> theoretically yes, but not at the moment
[22:38] <\\Mr_C\\> i only know how to do this on a windows machine
[22:38] <friendofafriend> on3pk: Yes, mount the ext4 partition, chroot to the mountpoint, passwd pi, and exit.
[22:39] <friendofafriend> Hmmm? Format the card as FAT32?
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[22:40] <on3pk> friendofafriend, so what you're saying is, I shouldn't have reinstalled Windows as my primary OS
[22:40] <on3pk> :P
[22:40] <friendofafriend> You could use Linux in a virtual machine, no problem.
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[22:41] <on3pk> yea, I guess so
[22:41] <friendofafriend> Just a Debian base install would let you do it, and the image wouldn't even be a couple gig. You could boot a LiveCD in a VM.
[22:42] <on3pk> I could probably just even boot up a livecd for this purpose...
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[22:43] <friendofafriend> on3pk: In /etc/rc.local you could add a line like: echo -e "secretpassword\nsecretpassword" | passwd pi
[22:44] <hodapp> will passwd take from stdin like that?
[22:44] <friendofafriend> Yep, also: echo "secretpassword" | passwd --stdin pi
[22:44] <hodapp> ah, cool. I ask because sometimes things are twitchy about taking a password that's piped in
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[22:44] <DrunkenDwarf> friendofafriend, dont you need to make rc.local executable first from booted in?
[22:45] <friendofafriend> DrunkenDwarf: It should already be 755.
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[22:49] <hodapp> any preferred library for doing realtime (ish) graphics on the Pi, ideally with some GPU accel? openFrameworks? Processing? Clutter? SDL/pygame?
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[22:56] <hodapp> hm, looking like Processing can make use of shaders on the Pi, that's good
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[23:22] <ldz27> \\Mr_C\\: the boot flag was missing :). it works now.
[23:22] <\\Mr_C\\> ok
[23:23] <ldz27> thank you
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[23:39] <\\Mr_C\\> your welcome
[23:39] <\\Mr_C\\> even though i really didnt do anything
[23:40] <\\Mr_C\\> i did learn something from you instead
[23:40] <\\Mr_C\\> i always format on a windows computer and it does those other two steps automatically
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[23:57] <mophie> I've been reading up on using pi3-disable-bt to gain both /dev/ttyAMA0 and /dev/ttyS0, but I can't find what I'm looking for
[23:58] <mophie> So it's a simple question... :-) If I use that overlay, and therefore have both the mini-UART and PL011 available, how do I physically access both?
[23:58] <mophie> GPIO14 and GPIO15 (pins 8 and 10) will get me /dev/ttyAMA0 (PL011), right?
[23:59] <mophie> Where can I reach /dev/ttyS0?

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