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IRC Log for 2019-01-23

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[0:00] <bltzfsck> what's a good source for info if you want to play with the gpio pins?
[0:01] <Rickta59> in what language?
[0:01] <Habbie> bltzfsck, pinout.xyz is nice
[0:01] <bltzfsck> probably bash or python
[0:01] <Rickta59> wiringpi is a good place to start
[0:01] <Habbie> it is
[0:02] <Rickta59> bash == slow as grandma
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[0:06] <bltzfsck> Rickta59: watch it. i'm pushing 70 and grandma looks pretty good from here
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[0:06] <bltzfsck> not super familiar with either, but python looks like a good bet for me
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[0:14] <Rickta59> what are you familiar with bltzfsck ?
[0:14] <stiv> granma may be old, but she's a spry one
[0:15] <stiv> python is a nice language to play with because there are libraries for talking to pretty much everything
[0:16] <stiv> wiringpi is good if you just want to mess with the gpio pins
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[0:20] <rud0lf> is there some kind of electronic buffer for GPIO to buy/build, so noobs (me) won't burn the curcuits?
[0:20] <Rickta59> resistors?
[0:20] <Rickta59> 1k resistor will slow down a lot of current
[0:20] <rud0lf> 1k for 3mA ?
[0:21] <Rickta59> anything greater than 0 will protect to some degree
[0:21] <Rickta59> are you plugging in 12v stuff?
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[0:33] <bltzfsck> i just like talking to machines cuz peoples is a pain in the ass
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[0:35] <Snert_> luv the hardware. The problemis never the hardware. If thre problem is hardware, a liberal application of $ solves that. No problem.
[0:35] <Snert_> it's people that will screw you up every time.
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[0:39] <cdevidal> Where can I download Raspbian kernel package 4.14.79+? I borked my install and need to download the .deb file to install it manually.
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[0:42] <BurtyB> rud0lf, elektor have one but iirc it's not great
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[0:57] <cdevidal> Or any kernel .deb
[0:58] <friendofafriend> cdevidal: That's 1.20181112-1
[0:58] <cdevidal> friendofafriend: Where can I get that .deb file?
[0:58] <friendofafriend> cdevidal: Try http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/main/r/raspberrypi-firmware/raspberrypi-kernel_1.20181112-1_armhf.deb
[0:59] <rud0lf> Rickta59: sorry been busy, i mean passive circuits
[0:59] <cdevidal> friendofafriend: Sorry forgot to mention, it's for a 0W, will that kernel work? I understand there's a different CPU
[0:59] <rud0lf> the rpi cost me 24 beers so i don't want to smoke it :)
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[1:01] <friendofafriend> cdevidal: That's the package I have on my Pi0, give it a shot.
[1:02] <cdevidal> friendofafriend: Thanks will do. Will that give me back stuff in /lib/modules ?
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[1:02] <friendofafriend> Yes. Take a look at the directory listing here. http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/pool/main/r/raspberrypi-firmware/
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[1:13] <rud0lf> is there some common trend of naming raspberry pi on the internet? like clang for c or golang for go
[1:13] <rud0lf> i mean in google query, to be precise
[1:13] <friendofafriend> "Naming"? How?
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[1:13] <Snert_> I use raspi quite abit
[1:13] <Snert_> when that fails I spell it out completely
[1:13] <friendofafriend> Right, and you'll see rpi a lot, too.
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[1:15] <shauno> it's not really needed so much though. 'c' and 'go' make horrible search terms because they're so short & generic. raspberry pi is quite specific enough not to confuse the googles
[1:16] <shauno> I do tend to use 'rpi' when I'm simply too lazy to type it. but it's an entirely different problem to trying to google for 'go'
[1:16] <Snert_> yea. sometimes ya havata straiten up and fly right.
[1:17] <Snert_> That's what my mother said to do. And you know one always does what their mother says to do.
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[1:19] <cdevidal> friendofafriend: Thanks, trying now
[1:20] <friendofafriend> Fantastic, good luck to you cdevidal.
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[1:31] <cdevidal> friendofafriend: Eureka
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[1:32] <friendofafriend> It's rare to hear a bad, "Eureka!
[1:32] <friendofafriend> Glad things are improving.
[1:32] <cdevidal> haha
[1:32] <cdevidal> Thumbs up
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[2:14] <Jeebiss> Just curious on how you guys would approach having a raspi host a webserver (python's flask most likely) and simultaneously control some led strip effects that use the sleep() method
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[2:15] <Jeebiss> Ive tried a few different routes but have just gotten myself entirely confused.
[2:15] <bltzfsck> i've plugged some speakers into my pi, but the max volume is very low. is there a system volume control i'm missing?
[2:15] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: Try alsamixer.
[2:16] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: thx, i'll have a look
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[2:19] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: that was it. thx. youtube playback is too choppy for decent use, but at least i can hear
[2:20] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: Try playing your YouTube videos with VLC.
[2:21] <friendofafriend> You can do it by copying the YouTube video's URL in "Open Network Stream".
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[2:22] <marmalad> hi here =D
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[2:22] <friendofafriend> Hello, marmalad.
[2:22] <marmalad> anybody can help me why i can't upgrade or update =D
[2:22] <marmalad> my Raspberry
[2:22] <friendofafriend> How are you trying to update?
[2:22] <marmalad> yes
[2:22] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: i'll give it a try
[2:22] <marmalad> sudo apt-get update && upgrade
[2:23] <friendofafriend> marmalad: It's sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
[2:23] <marmalad> friendofafriend can't connect to server stil loading [0] %
[2:24] <friendofafriend> Is your Raspberry Pi connected to your network?
[2:24] <marmalad> yes via LAN
[2:25] <friendofafriend> Great! So, when you issue sudo apt-get update, it will take a while to download the latest packages lists.
[2:26] <marmalad> can't download it
[2:26] <marmalad> can't connected to server's raspi..
[2:26] <Jeebiss> can you use a paste site to show us the entire error
[2:26] <bltzfsck> i have kernel 4.20 running on my laptop. is that also available for the raspi?
[2:26] <marmalad> Jeebiss k
[2:27] <Jeebiss> also do you have any indications otherwise that your pi is connected to the internet properly?
[2:27] <marmalad> pi@raspberrypi:~ $ uname -a
[2:27] <marmalad> Linux raspberrypi 4.14.84-v7+ #1169 SMP Thu Nov 29 16:20:43 GMT 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux
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[2:27] <Jeebiss> @marmalad https://paste.pound-python.org/
[2:27] <marmalad> k
[2:27] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: There's no packages for it yet, but you could build it.
[2:28] <marmalad> https://paste.pound-python.org/show/J9Z05WkrmrYEECWihPzn/
[2:30] <friendofafriend> marmalad: Can you "ping -c4 archive.raspberrypi.org" ?
[2:30] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: you mean compile the source? yes. anything beyond that is over my head
[2:30] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: Yep, you'd have to compile the source for now. Check out https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/linux/kernel/building.md
[2:31] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: got it. thx
[2:31] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: Very welcome.
[2:33] <marmalad> ping results > https://paste.pound-python.org/show/QhJPi784gKTeUMqlsiWn/
[2:34] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: i get an ssl error going there in elinks. do i need to use chrome?
[2:35] <marmalad> >>> upgrade && update Restulst : https://paste.pound-python.org/show/obIr2wn6h0cBNdTqTn5S/
[2:35] <friendofafriend> bltzfsck: You can visit it by vanilla HTTP.
[2:35] <Jeebiss> marmalad: looks likes your pi is not on the internet
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[2:36] <marmalad> Jeebiss i think it's problem network configure.
[2:37] <marmalad> i have some shit typing at configure :/ HAA
[2:37] <marmalad> HAHA
[2:37] <bltzfsck> friendofafriend: can't get there with elinks. chrome works fine though
[2:39] <friendofafriend> marmalad: If you're not using IPv6, you can disable it in /boot/cmdline.txt by adding "ipv6.disable=1" and restarting.
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[2:41] <marmalad> friendofafriend letst try :D
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[2:49] <marmalad> friendofafriend stil not working i will , how to made full restore? via terminal?
[2:50] <veegee> Just fried one my pi 3 B+ by shorting the 5V rail to the 3.3V rail with gold plated probes
[2:50] <veegee> really? no zener on the 3.3V rail?
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[2:54] <friendofafriend> veegee: Yep, heard that one before.
[2:55] <friendofafriend> veegee: I think we were trying to figure out which part to order from Mouser for a fix. https://www.mouser.com/datasheet/2/146/MXL7704-1315918.pdf
[2:56] <veegee> Yeah apparently a TQFP package isn't available
[2:56] <veegee> and the worst part is, I can't separately power the 3.3V rail because the damn chip shorts it uot
[2:56] <veegee> I'll have to desolder it and see what happens when I supply an external 3.3V source
[2:57] <veegee> first time I've ever blown a part in the past 20 years from a tiny overvoltage. that MXL chip is a piece of crap
[2:58] <friendofafriend> You'll find a lot of complaints that the 5V is easy to short to the 3V3.
[2:59] <friendofafriend> Nothing really to be done about it now, and there's a zillion boards that assumed the layout of the Raspi pins.
[2:59] <veegee> yeah that itself isn't a huge deal, it's the shitty power supply chip
[2:59] <veegee> I can understand the CPU/other chips getting damaged, but the power supply chip should be able to tolerate a 1.8V over voltage for 0.1s
[3:00] <veegee> also wouldn't be so frustrating if a replacement were available
[3:03] <friendofafriend> I've been scratching my head trying to find the right package for that MxL7704, too.
[3:04] <friendofafriend> In your position, I'd contact the foundation directly and see if they're refer you to a source.
[3:05] <friendofafriend> And we'd all be very interested in the response you receive.
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[3:25] <synack> https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/pi-power-supply-chip/
[3:25] <synack> according to that it's a custom chip
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[3:26] <synack> so your best source is probably to rip it off another pi
[3:30] <friendofafriend> Well, a custom chip, sure. You can still buy it from Mouser.
[3:30] <synack> ya
[3:30] <synack> was just about to say, digikey has it in stock too
[3:31] <friendofafriend> The problem is just finding the right package. There's at least two listings I saw. And they link the same datasheet.
[3:31] <friendofafriend> So, short of ordering them both, sort of hard-pressed to find the difference.
[3:31] <synack> everything I saw said it was a qfn32
[3:32] <friendofafriend> Yeah, then I don't understand why there's two listings and what the difference would be. I don't think it's just loose vs. reel.
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[3:34] <synack> yeah, the -T and -R are for different packaging, dunno what the difference between AQB and XQB is
[3:34] <synack> digikey has significantly more of the AQB in stock for some reason
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[3:36] <synack> looks like free samples here https://www.exar.com/product/power-management/universal-pmics/universal-pmics/mxl7704-aqb-r
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[3:37] <synack> ah ha
[3:37] <synack> exar site has the updated datasheet... "The MxL7704-X has been optimized for powering the
[3:37] <synack> Xilinx® Zynq® Ultrascale+™ ZU2 and ZU3 MPSoCs."
[3:37] <synack> so you want the -A
[3:38] <synack> only difference is the power sequencing
[3:38] <synack> https://www.exar.com/ds/mxl7704.pdf
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[5:16] <friendofafriend> Hey, synack, that's great detective work! Might have to con a free sample, myself. ;)
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[5:40] <veegee> synack the difference between those is the output of the low voltage supply pin I think
[5:40] <veegee> yeah they should offer samples, hopefully in TQFP
[5:41] <veegee> and if not, easy money for them to offer low quantities of that chip
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[9:12] <anzipex> How to make both ethernet and wifi connection in raspberry pi?
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[9:28] <alkisg> Hi, so this line is needed in dnsmasq.conf to make rpi netboot: pxe-service=X86PC,"Raspberry Pi Boot",/some/path
[9:28] <alkisg> I have 2 problems with it. (1) Why X86PC? Shouldn't ARM32_EFI or ARM64_EFI be used instead?
[9:28] <alkisg> And (2), it completely ignores /some/path there, how can I have the rpi boot files in a subdirectory, so as to not clutter my /var/lib/tftpboot dir?
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[11:35] <rendar> if i reboot my raspberry remotely, e.g. from ssh console, audio in hdmi won't work, if i reboot it from the usb keyboard, it will work, i had this problem also with video, and i had to edit a text file in /boot iirc, to fix this
[11:36] <rendar> now it's continuing with the audio
[11:36] <rendar> do i have to edit something else?
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[11:37] <Habbie> rendar, it's not about how you reboot it - it's about whether hdmi is active during bootup
[11:37] <Habbie> rendar, unless you override it in config.txt, indeed
[11:38] <rendar> Habbie: yeah, i did override this for video, how i can ovveride this for audio too/
[11:38] <Habbie> i don't know
[11:39] <rendar> :(
[11:39] <rendar> maybe can you tell me something to search on google about this topic?
[11:40] <Habbie> i googled 'raspbian force hdmi audio' and got this https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/audio-config.md
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[11:42] <rendar> i'll try it thanks
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[17:04] <michaelsdunn1> What is the best way to make a raspbian (debian) package from an ubuntu package hosted on a ppa, and then host it somewhere? debian doesn't have the concept of ppa's, does it?
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[17:12] <akk> A PPA is just an archive of debs; you can use it with any debian derivative AFAIK.
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[17:15] <akk> I'm not sure if there are restrictions about hosting raspbian-oriented PPAs on launchpad.
[17:17] <akk> Actually I realize now that I'm not sure of the difference between a PPA and a normal deb archive. But I'm pretty sure you can get the .deb from a PPA, build it for another platform and host it.
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[17:18] <akk> (from the source package, of course)
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[17:23] <alkisg> michaelsdunn1: no, debian doesn't offer PPAs, you need to use reprepro or something to manage the repository, and github pages or another web server to host it
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[17:24] <michaelsdunn1> Yeah, my understanding was that I couldn't add a ppa to raspbian. Sure I could host them there, but pulling them down would be a pain.
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[17:26] <michaelsdunn1> So to use reprepro, I'd have to become a Debian maintainer?
[17:26] <michaelsdunn1> Not sure how that works.
[17:27] <alkisg> Of course not, it's just a program, you can use it on your local pc
[17:27] <alkisg> Btw, I don't think the launchpad rules prohibit you from using a ppa for debian; but you'd need to make sure that the build versions match with what you need (e.g. python dependencies and whatnot)
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[17:31] <michaelsdunn1> got it
[17:31] <DammitJim> where do screenshots go on enlightenment.org?
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[17:35] <Khaytsus> E.. kek
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[17:39] <DammitJim> kek?
[17:39] <Khaytsus> I didnt' know people still used E past like.. 2005
[17:40] <Khaytsus> Even taht might be a tad late..
[17:40] <Khaytsus> You still have to manually set up everything in it, every shortcut, every app launcher?
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[17:44] <DammitJim> most stuff will be there for you
[17:44] <DammitJim> but yes, there are things you'll want to customize
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[18:05] <EdwardIII> my kit with the touchscreen and everything came and, like a fool, i forgot to get a microsd damnit. excitement postponed
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[18:09] <Syliss> swing by a local store and get one?
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[18:09] <korryd> Walmart, Target, OfficeMax, Staples
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[18:13] <Syliss> best buy
[18:13] <Syliss> liquor store
[18:14] <korryd> they sell microSD's at the liquor store?
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[18:15] <korryd> it's worth a try... I mean, what's the worst that could happen?
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[18:18] <Syliss> ive seen them at some when i buy energy drinks
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[18:24] <Khaytsus> Just go to best buy, walshart, stapes
[18:25] <Khaytsus> Buying one at a random liquor/corner market just seems like a great way to pay 3x the amount for a knockoff
[18:25] <Khaytsus> Best Buy has great deals on Samsung sd cards last I needed one
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[18:26] <Khaytsus> I am typically needing a larger one for like a dashcam though.... a pi eh.. smallest is fine
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[18:39] <Syliss> yeah just depends on what is around you
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[18:42] <Khaytsus> I haven't been in a liquor store in probably 25 years but I can't imagine sdcards being in there
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[18:43] <Khaytsus> vape shit, sadly, I imagine
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[18:46] <Syliss> i normally dont go into them unless they carry a specific beer i cant find easily, or i need/want an energy drink
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[18:48] <BurtyB> Khaytsus, the rules still haven't changed btw
[18:48] <gordonDrogon> that's the family friendly ones in-case of doubt ...
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[19:11] <hodapp> energy drinks *and* vaping? are we going for some sort of trifecta of silly vices?
[19:12] <hodapp> speaking of silly vices, can anyone who's worked with the so-called 'fastpath' for camera -> GPU confirm that it limits you to 2000x2000 textures?
[19:14] <Bitweasil> I'll blow dank meme clouds from my vape, chug an energy drink, and Livegram the Tweetstream of the whole process!
[19:14] <Bitweasil> :p
[19:14] <gordonDrogon> keep taking the tablets.
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[19:15] <gordonDrogon> Hrrrmmmm...
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[19:16] <gordonDrogon> iPad dust... don't breathe that... </willitblend>
[19:16] <BurtyB> :)
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[19:21] <Primer> I don't suppose anyone here is running a pulseaudio network sink on their pi? I am, but I need it to do more! MORE!
[19:22] <gordonDrogon> buy another Pi and sink pulseaudio in parallel ...
[19:22] <Primer> For example, I'd like to send a CEC command to have the receiver switch to the Denon once I start a stream to the network sink, but I imagine I'd have to modify pulse itself
[19:22] <Primer> not sync, sink
[19:23] <Primer> as in, it sits there and waits for streams, then plays them when they arrive
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[19:24] <Primer> All of this already works. The only part that doesn't is having to change the receiver to the pi using CEC. I was hoping to get some ideas here.
[19:25] <stiv> put some sort of wrapper around pulse. like Adaptor Pattern
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[19:26] <Primer> So LD_PRELOAD some .so to intercept system calls?
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[19:27] <Primer> Is there some program that can do this out of the box? While I've done said LD_PRELOAD of .so files for such system call interception in the past, it's been like...decades
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[19:28] <Primer> I suppose I could just intercept the accept() call, as I believe the sink uses UDP
[19:29] <Primer> But then broadcast lookups probably use that call too
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[20:41] <macbug> Hi, i wonder if anyone have built a beowulf cluster using raspberry pi's?
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[20:44] <hodapp> plenty of people have
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[20:49] <macbug> hodapp: well yes that is true, but i'm asking specific if someone in the channel has. I have seen plenty posts on thw world wide web.
[20:50] <`VL> so I've boot raspbian lite image (just downloaded, proper checksum) and on boot I get that /sbin/login fails with problem shared library libpam_misc.so.0: Invalid ELF header. Is this a known issue? Links to non-broken OS image?
[20:51] <BurtyB> `VL, more likely a problem writing the SD or an iffy SD
[20:51] <`VL> hmm, ook
[20:53] * BurtyB has 3 cluster hats and a couple of A3+ versions on the desk atm if that counts macbug
[20:59] <macbug> BurtyB: i dont know exactly, i'm looking for someone familiar with the beowulf cluster architechture who can take a look at my model and maybe agree that i have understod whats going on or point me in the right direction.
[21:08] * BurtyB didn't think there really was a beowulf cluster architecture
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[21:08] <alexandre9099> hi, is it possible to interface with OBD2 with RPI GPIO pins?
[21:10] <hodapp> BurtyB: oh, for sure, clusters have architecture about them.
[21:11] <BurtyB> hodapp, so err what is it :)
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[21:15] <hodapp> BurtyB: things like topology, what node is in charge of what, what communication links are where
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[21:16] <hodapp> hm, looks like bcm2835-v4l2 still doesn't handle crop API or selection API
[21:16] <hodapp> oh well
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[21:17] <BurtyB> hodapp, lol ok
[21:18] <hodapp> hrm?
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[21:26] <Bitweasil> alexandre9099, I'd just buy a Bluetooth adapter and use that - IIRC it's a differential signaling protocol based more or less on Canbus, may be direct Canbus, so the Pi couldn't directly interface with it.
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[21:28] <password2> hi
[21:29] <password2> gordonDrogon, how are you?
[21:29] <Bitweasil> Hm, not just CAN, it's got a variety of things, but the voltages all exceed the 3.3V the Pi can handle, so... you're still looking at interface electronics.
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[21:33] <alexandre9099> Bitweasil, hmm i see, thanks
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[22:03] <gordonDrogon> There are a couple of Pi CAN HAT devices out there.
[22:03] <gordonDrogon> e.g. http://skpang.co.uk/catalog/pican2-canbus-board-for-raspberry-pi-2-p-1475.html
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[22:16] <Bitweasil> Yeah, but OBDII isn't just CAN either.
[22:17] <Bitweasil> There are some PWM protocols.
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[22:17] <Bitweasil> Buy a Bluetooth OBD-II interface, or a proper OBD-II adapter.
[22:17] <Bitweasil> (non-bluetoof)
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[22:22] <alexandre9099> yeah, that would be cheaper
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[22:23] <Bitweasil> https://www.sparkfun.com/products/9555 Or you could hook something like that on.
[22:24] <Bitweasil> But, basically, you can't use a Pi to speak OBD-II.
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[22:30] <Khaytsus> Why would you try to use a pi as a odbii interface... some kludgy standalone diagnosis tool?
[22:30] <Khaytsus> I got one for $20 off ebay taht does everything I need.. except a few special OEM codes
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[23:14] <deathonater> Question: I've seen some RPi-based game emulator products that allow owners to copy ROMs to the device over WiFi, using only the IP address of the Pi, and without having to install any software on the PC side. What's the best way to do this for my headless Pi project? Ideally I'd like all copied files to just go to the Desktop folder on the Pi.
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[23:15] <deathonater> I'm assuming it involves a web server on the Pi and some specialized JS that acts as a web-based SCP or FTP service
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[23:20] <shauno> I'd have thought usually just samba. works with windows' native filesharing stuff, and it's rare to find a client (windows, linux, mac) that doesn't support it anymore
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[23:24] <deathonater> Basically I want to turn on the PI and have its IP and SSID address displayed on an OLED so any idiot can connect to it like an AP and access it like a remote share/storage device via a web browser with minimum setup
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[23:26] <deathonater> I've already got the first part working, the OLED displays the relevant info and I can connect to it like and AP and use to IP to SSH or FTP into it, or browse to a simple web application that's being hosted on the Pi, I just need it to do remote file hosting and sharing
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[23:26] <deathonater> like an*
[23:26] <deathonater> use the IP*
[23:26] <deathonater> dammit
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[23:47] <rauldux> hi, do u think it is possible to boot up a raspberry < 3 sec.?
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[23:52] <CoJaBo> rauldux: Depends on what you mean by "boot up"
[23:52] <deathonater> rauldux: not with any respectable general purpose OS
[23:53] <rauldux> the os does not need much. trying to build an music player
[23:53] <deathonater> IDK if it's even possible with specialized code
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[23:53] <CoJaBo> You could boot a very trimmed-down Linux in 3s.
[23:53] <CoJaBo> If you write bare-metal code, you could have that up in a milisecond or two
[23:54] <rauldux> thats what i thought, maybe with verry reduced userspace
[23:54] <CoJaBo> The difficult part is going to be getting enough drivers loaded to do what you want to do.
[23:54] <deathonater> What hardware are you using?
[23:54] <deathonater> I.e., Pi version
[23:55] <rauldux> well currently Pi1 B
[23:55] <deathonater> Ah
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[23:55] <rauldux> but the hardware is not the problem i would by a recent version
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[23:56] <HerculeP> pi3+ /w raspbian boots MUCH faster than pi1
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[23:56] <deathonater> Yeah, I don't think it matters, I was just curious, I was trying to build a portable music player a while ago with a Pi Zero
[23:56] <rauldux> yeah i guess
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[23:57] <rauldux> deatonator, so how did u end up?
[23:58] <X-M4ch1nA> So I'm looking for powered usb hub to run all my pis from. Most I see have 5v output. If i use the cords made for pi will it limit it? Or do I need to find a 3.5v hub?
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[23:59] <rauldux> on the os side i was thinking about tiniy core linux 4 raspberry or maybe do smth with buildroot

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