#raspberrypi IRC Log

Index

IRC Log for 2019-03-05

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[1:05] <brian|lfs> question raspberry pi 3 B and B+ does the Edimax EW-7811UTC work natively or would I have to installed drivers from github still?
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[1:33] <_unreal_> hello
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[1:38] <_unreal_> got my remote SD card adapter mounted Now I can have my SD card accessable from the outside easy even though its "plugged" into the SD card socket on the tinker board
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[1:38] <_unreal_> https://drive.google.com/open?id=1dkK9VPJjydVz6iENTQuFTCjOZXJMEBhl https://drive.google.com/open?id=1adcIv7sKOTsOPYtCnyzTKzlSaBveIDo6
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[1:40] <_unreal_> ?
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[3:33] <topicali> i have a strip of adafruit neopixels, and am trying to get the wired. i had them working ~5yrs ago, but don't remember exactly what i did regarding the diode/chip explained here https://learn.adafruit.com/neopixels-on-raspberry-pi/raspberry-pi-wiring
[3:34] * DaveH (~DaveH@72.46.147.195.pool.dsl.daisyplc.net) Quit (Remote host closed the connection)
[3:34] <topicali> question is: what is the purpose of the diode/chip (1N4001 diode vs. 74AHCT125 chip) in that schematic, and is it only relevant when not using an external power source? thanks
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[3:58] <swift110> hey all
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[5:26] <phinxy> Hello! Every time I switch tty console the kernel error appears: failed to allocate GPU framebuffer fb_pan_display. And mpv video playback stopped working. I tried to reboot.
[5:28] <phinxy> framebuffer image viewer works well though
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[5:41] <phinxy> I rebooted again and it seems to be working
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[6:05] <swift110> hey all
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[10:11] <Marco-123> hi all. good day. i set up my pi to automatically log in as user pi, and in headless mode. i want it to be able to read a usb drive that will be present at boot up, but im having trouble. the path to the drive `/media/pi/MYDRIVE` is always owned by root and when i `ls` it, it shows nothing inside. oddly, if i start x, the user pi can view everything inside. any ideas?
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[10:13] <immibis> probably whatever mounts the drive isn't mounting it until you log on... but I don't know what mounts drives normally
[10:13] <immibis> you can mount it yourself
[10:13] <hinotori> hi. Rpi Zero W. how can I set up the lowest possible value for gpu mem and give all remaining mem back to CPU? I have tried to set up gpu_mem=16, but surprisingly, rpi zero w stopped booting. only if I set default params like gpu_mem=256 and gpu_mem_256=64 it boots
[10:13] <hinotori> very strange
[10:15] <hinotori> it's planned to run this tiny thing without any monitor, so memory would be better to be routed to os and apps, but no success
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[10:17] <waveform> hinotori, odd - gpu_mem=16 used to be the minimum (with the camera disable; 64 with the camera enabled). You don't need to set gpu_mem_256 btw - that's just the setting for the ancient Pis with 256Mb of RAM
[10:18] <mlelstv> rpi0w has 512MB
[10:19] <Marco-123> immibis: you're right. i gotta just get in there and mount it myself. do you think, my mount will interfere with whatever app automatically mounts it?
[10:20] <Marco-123> immibis: thank you also
[10:20] <immibis> I think it doesn't matter since you can mount something more than once anyway
[10:20] <mlelstv> gpu_mem=16 works fine, but you need the small bootloader for it. Maybe that's missing?
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[10:20] <Marco-123> immibis: awesome. thanks
[10:21] <ShorTie> need a fstab entry to get drive mounted at boot i do believe
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[11:19] <hinotori> waveform: if I set gpu_mem=16 and remove that gpu_mem_256= my Rpi zero W does not boot
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[11:19] <hinotori> btw, how to disable camera at all?
[11:20] <hinotori> in fact, it's waste of memory, this is pure CPU-based thing, no nee to use any GPU (neither for calculations nor graphics)
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[11:20] <waveform> hinotori, if you've got start_x=1 in your config.txt the camera is enabled (the bootloader will be loading start_x.elf); otherwise it's disabled (the bootloader will load the smaller start.elf)
[11:21] <hinotori> waveform: I explicitly set start_x=0
[11:21] <waveform> hinotori, I'd comment out the line entirely - I'm not sure what the logic is with the start_* lines in config.txt
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[11:22] <waveform> (there's other ones for debugging line start_db for instance, and I'm not sure how simplistic the logic is for the start_* settings - it might simply be treating any value at all as "true")
[11:22] <waveform> debugging *like
[11:22] <hinotori> it seems
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[15:15] <ShorTie> anyone know why i'm getting *'s and @'s on the end of a ls command, https://pastebin.com/zVXWn3rX
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> your 'ls' command has been 'helpfully' aliases to 'ls -F' for you.
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> type: alias ls
[15:16] <gordonDrogon> to check.
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[15:17] <ShorTie> alias ls='ls --color=tty -F -b -T 0'
[15:17] <gordonDrogon> * is executable, / is a directory and @ is a symlink.
[15:17] <gordonDrogon> that's what I personally hate about pre-built setups - other people forcing their particular ways on you.
[15:18] <gordonDrogon> e.g. colour.
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[15:18] <ShorTie> yeah, and 'ls /sys/class/net/eth0' doesn't give the content
[15:18] <ShorTie> Thankz .. :)~ gordonDrogon
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[15:21] <ShorTie> where might it be stored as it's not in the bashrc files ??
[15:22] <gordonDrogon> ~/.bashrc ~/.profile /etc/profile /etc/bashrc
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[15:22] <gordonDrogon> /etc/profile.d also
[15:23] <gordonDrogon> bash got too big. I stick to (t)csh if I can.
[15:23] <stiv> or ~/.bash_aliases
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[15:29] <ShorTie> seems like /etc/bashrc, Thankz
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[16:07] <ShorTie> it's been '-F' like that from the intial revision in 2005, hope it doesn't mess anything up taking it out ,, :/~
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[16:09] <gordonDrogon> I use csh, so it doesn't mess with me..
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[16:10] <gordonDrogon> however some people assume bash, so their scripts sometimes don't work for me. that's their loss.
[16:10] <ShorTie> if [ -d "/sys/class/net/${device}/wireless" ]; then, twasn't workin because of the @ i think
[16:10] <gordonDrogon> I don't think bash evaluates using ls...
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[16:12] <Rickta59> lf
[16:12] <Rickta59> oops
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[16:22] <giddles> hey im an idiot
[16:22] <giddles> im using dnscrypt2.0 ... how can i command the service as autostart?
[16:23] <Habbie> how did you install it?
[16:24] <giddles> https://github.com/pi-hole/pi-hole/wiki/DNSCrypt-2.0
[16:24] <Habbie> i see
[16:24] <Habbie> that's terrible
[16:24] <giddles> hehe
[16:25] <Habbie> sudo ./dnscrypt-proxy -service install: install dnscrypt-proxy service
[16:25] <Habbie> did you check if that installed a systemd unit/service file?
[16:25] <giddles> ew i have it fully confed ;)
[16:25] <giddles> nope
[16:25] <giddles> i didnt know what to use, systemd, crown
[16:25] <giddles> im a total goofy
[16:25] <Habbie> systemd is best
[16:25] <giddles> can i just fire the command in? and reinstall?
[16:25] <Habbie> what?
[16:26] <giddles> forget it runs
[16:26] <giddles> :D
[16:26] <giddles> so what can i do to add it to the systemd
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[16:26] <Habbie> find out what that install command did, first
[16:27] <giddles> failed to install dns crpt client proxy
[16:27] <giddles> unknown action install
[16:28] <giddles> service install failed ;D
[16:29] <giddles> is there a easy method to run it as service?
[16:29] <Habbie> dnscrypt-proxy 1.9.4 is apt-get installable on raspbian 9
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[16:30] <Habbie> and that includes a service file for systemd
[16:30] <giddles> <- 2.0.19
[16:30] <Habbie> i know
[16:30] <Habbie> so maybe you can find a package for that
[16:30] <Habbie> or make your own service file, of course
[16:31] <giddles> its just -start ;D
[16:31] <giddles> hehe
[16:31] <giddles> yea
[16:31] <giddles> is there a fast and easy autostart method?
[16:32] <Habbie> yes, a systemd unit file of 5 to 10 lines
[16:32] <Habbie> https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/systemd
[16:32] <Habbie> there you go
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[16:35] <giddles> omg
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[16:53] <shibboleth> is there anything specific about the =>rpi2 composite video+rca audio "pinout"?
[16:54] <lopta> shibboleth: Yes.
[16:54] <shibboleth> i can't get it working with generic cables
[16:54] <shibboleth> right
[16:54] <shibboleth> i was hoping maybe some config flag
[16:54] <lopta> shibboleth: Where do you live?
[16:54] <shibboleth> PAL
[16:54] <lopta> shibboleth: No, you just need the right cable.
[16:54] <lopta> shibboleth: Maplin might have them.
[16:55] <Jigsy> Huh.
[16:55] <lopta> ...if Maplin's still around.
[16:55] <Jigsy> My Pi set a password without my authorization.
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[16:55] <Jigsy> Maplin went bust.
[16:55] <lopta> Jigsy: That's a shame. I used to love the Maplin catalogue.
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[16:57] <lopta> There's a Raspberry Pi shop somewhere... Oxford? I bet they carry it.
[16:59] <shiftplusone> Oxford? How dare you?
[16:59] <Habbie> let me try
[16:59] <Habbie> 'Oxford'
[16:59] <Habbie> yeah, it's not hard!
[16:59] <shibboleth> https://webshop.nedis.com/en-us/56042697/vlvp22400b10
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[16:59] <shiftplusone> D=
[16:59] <shibboleth> valueline vlvp22400b10
[16:59] <Habbie> shibboleth, is that the right one?
[16:59] <shibboleth> that's the one not working
[16:59] <lopta> shiftplusone: Cambridge? ;-)
[16:59] <Habbie> oh right
[17:00] <shiftplusone> That's the one
[17:00] <lopta> I cheer for Cambridge in the Boat Race, if that helps.
[17:00] <shibboleth> i'm just perturbed as to what can differ between it and a "proper" one
[17:00] <lopta> shibboleth: It offers the correct wiring.
[17:00] <Habbie> shibboleth, you have 3 colored plugs, with a pin in the middle, and a ground ring
[17:00] <lopta> (right connector wired to the right pin)
[17:00] <shibboleth> it's not like jack-to-rca "standard" hasn't been etched in stone by now
[17:01] <lopta> shibboleth: There is no standard for that.
[17:01] <Habbie> shibboleth, those 3 pins + shared ground need to go to the 4 parts of the small plug in the right order
[17:01] <shibboleth> been around since the ark of the covenant :)
[17:01] <lopta> shibboleth: I see at least three variants.
[17:01] <Habbie> shibboleth, as long as ground goes to the right one, you can swap the rest around yourself
[17:02] <shibboleth> variants or lengths?
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[17:02] <giddles> https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/systemd <-- i dont understand what to do
[17:02] <Habbie> lopta, i remember finding a very useful table but cannot locate it now
[17:02] <giddles> i must make a file in ano?
[17:02] <giddles> or what
[17:03] <Habbie> giddles, you must make a file, yes
[17:03] <Habbie> lopta, ah here it is https://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2014/07/raspberry-pi-model-b-3-5mm-audiovideo-jack/
[17:03] <lopta> shibboleth: Wiring variants.
[17:03] <shibboleth> so i splice the cable and do what?
[17:03] <Habbie> shibboleth, https://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2014/07/raspberry-pi-model-b-3-5mm-audiovideo-jack/
[17:03] <giddles> must i +x it?
[17:03] <Habbie> giddles, no
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[17:04] <giddles> cool
[17:04] <giddles> meh
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[17:08] <shibboleth> three wiring variants of vlvp22400b10 specifically?
[17:08] <Habbie> i trust that specific part number has one wiring variant
[17:08] <Habbie> do you have a multimeter?
[17:08] <shibboleth> anyway, i do get sound (did not check if mono/stereo), which lead is supposed to be swapped?
[17:08] <giddles> created symlink
[17:08] <giddles> am i done? @ Ha
[17:09] <giddles> Habbie,
[17:09] <Habbie> giddles, i don't know, i'm not following along
[17:09] <Habbie> giddles, i pointed you to documentation, that's all i have to offer right now
[17:09] <giddles> how can i check the systemd if its loading ok?
[17:09] <Habbie> giddles, systemctl status
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[17:10] <Habbie> shibboleth, on that page i linked, the 'you can make this work' variant has video and R swapped
[17:10] <Habbie> shibboleth, so, yellow and red
[17:10] <lopta> shibboleth: No idea what vlvp22400b10 is. I'm talking about three specific ways of wiring stereo + composite video into a 3.5mm TRRS plug.
[17:11] <Habbie> there's more than 3 ways, to be fair, but i've only ever seen 3 documented too
[17:11] <shibboleth> basically i will get away with just plugging the red into the yellow connector, no rewiring? sweet
[17:11] <Habbie> shibboleth, we're not saying that
[17:11] <Habbie> shibboleth, but you might
[17:11] <Habbie> shibboleth, a multimeter is best
[17:11] <shibboleth> i've got one made in the 70s
[17:11] <Habbie> on the cable i bought, that did not work, for example
[17:11] <Habbie> it had ground on the wrong part
[17:12] <shibboleth> no display, just hue/sound :)
[17:12] <lopta> Habbie: I was just saying that I've *seen* three in the wild.
[17:12] <shibboleth> well, if i get mono sound the ground should be ok, no?
[17:12] <Habbie> lopta, ah! i've only seen one in the wild and the seller gave me my money back ;)
[17:12] <Habbie> shibboleth, i don't know
[17:12] <shibboleth> did not test/verify if mono/stereo, but there was sound
[17:13] <lopta> Habbie: The ones I saw weren't miswired, they were just for other equipment.
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[17:14] <Habbie> lopta, sure - mine was sold 'for pi'
[17:14] <shibboleth> i assumed kins/variants got worked out while camcorders were a thing in the 80s
[17:14] <shibboleth> and there was no inet to troubleshoto shit like this
[17:14] <Habbie> shibboleth, you assume that it is in the vendor's interest to standardise ;)
[17:15] <shibboleth> imagine how many television sets or camcorders got dragged into the store for "not working" bc of stuff like this?
[17:15] <shibboleth> in the 80s it would be in their interest :)
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[17:20] <lopta> shibboleth: You were mistaken.
[17:21] <SimonNL> shibboleth: you could plug them one by one then if you hear sound you can be sure you have audio plug plugged in audio input
[17:22] <SimonNL> only have to check if right and left are connected correctly
[17:23] <SimonNL> mmm that might be to simple
[17:23] <lopta> SimonNL: That only works if common is on the right pin.
[17:23] <SimonNL> yep
[17:23] <SimonNL> /o\
[17:23] <SimonNL> me and my big mouth
[17:24] <shibboleth> gonna try all variations
[17:26] <Habbie> shibboleth, do you, or do you not, have a multimeter? :)
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[17:30] <Praeceps> Hey, I'm currently trying to configure a Raspberry Pi Zero W as a HID Keyboard Gadget that will type a set of keystrokes when plugged into a computer. I've done the gadget part successfully, however I'm currently attempting to detect when the raspberry pi is connected and disconnected from a host device. Is there any way to get this information from the device, I've seen plenty of promising endpoints in /sys/kernel/udc such as state and
[17:30] <Praeceps> /sys/kernel/debug but none of them seem to be implemented in the way I would expect or to the kernel documents to give me that information. Does anyone have experience with detecting the electrical connection of a RPi's usb port running in slave mode?
[17:31] <Habbie> do you want to know about electrical, or about the HID gadget having negotiated a connection with the host?
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[17:32] <SimonNL> shibboleth: do you have a multimeter ?
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[17:33] <Praeceps> Habbie, The HID gadget having negotiating a connection would be as useful.
[17:33] <Praeceps> Whoops sorry,
[17:33] <Habbie> Praeceps, i think it would be way more useful
[17:33] <shibboleth> not a multimeter by the modern definition, no
[17:33] <Habbie> Praeceps, not that i have an answer, but the gadget code has actively done that negotation, so it should be somewhere..
[17:33] <shibboleth> i'll get one for tomorrow though
[17:33] <Habbie> shibboleth, anything that can indicate continuity or lack of resistance between two points?
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[17:33] <Praeceps> Habbie, I previously did that by pressing caps lock and receiving the output state packet but MacOS doesn't do that which breaks my entire project atm
[17:33] <giddles> ow
[17:33] <giddles> i dont think i know what im doing
[17:34] <Habbie> Praeceps, heh
[17:34] <giddles> well the dnscrypt port is different than the pihole dns port ;D
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[17:34] <giddles> i dont understand how that should work?
[17:34] <Praeceps> Habbie, I know it *should* be there somewhere but the places I would expect aren't giving me that output
[17:34] <Habbie> Praeceps, right
[17:34] <Praeceps> Like I think there should be a uevent for it but I can't find it
[17:34] <Praeceps> I would expect the debug endpoints to show it somewhere but once again it isn't
[17:35] <Praeceps> The /state endpoint in the kernel docs has stuff for it but it doesn't seem to be implemented
[17:35] <shibboleth> the tool i've got on hand was made in the 70s and is just this side of being steam-powered
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[17:35] <shibboleth> i'll get something though
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[17:38] <Praeceps> Habbie, https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/ABI/stable/sysfs-class-udc Says that the <udc>/state should give the current state of the USB Device controller which sounds exactly like what I want but it doesn't seem like this controller supports reporting the states I need
[17:38] <Habbie> Praeceps, bah
[17:39] <Praeceps> I've spent like 13 hours trying to find a more reliable way than pressing caps lock and seeing if I get anything back but I'm drawing blanks. I'm hoping someone here has needed a similar thing.
[17:39] <lopta> Praeceps: No idea what you're on about.
[17:39] <Praeceps> lopta, It's a pretty specific thing tbf
[17:39] <Habbie> lopta, the problem was described quite well
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[17:41] <lopta> I must have missed that while I was reading something else.
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[17:42] <SimonNL> shibboleth: if it can show 0 resistance and infinite resistance it will service
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[17:48] <VladTheImplier> Hey all, I'm trying to setup a tftpd on a Raspbian Desktop for Networkbooting and get strange results. I installed xinted, which uninstalled openbsd-inetd. I then setup my /etc/xinetd.d/tftp like so:https://gist.githubusercontent.com/paul-ridgway/490a336105f057a7f867ccbec9d8a11a/raw/2eb478249aea3d7ceef913b48f6363b1429bf42a/tftp However, my settings are igonred an tftpd instead serves data on /srv/tftp . I get no errors fo
[17:49] <VladTheImplier> Can someone help? I don't get any errors and there is no other tftp config file. I'm not sure how to even start fixing this.
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[18:16] <shiftplusone> Hmm. For some reason linking an armv7 binary takes an hour, while the same armv6 binary takes a few minutes =S
[18:19] <giddles> hey
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[18:19] <giddles> whats standing in /etc/dnsmasq.conf
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[18:19] <giddles> can someone short help me out?
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[18:26] <Praeceps> giddles, What do you mean by "standing"
[18:26] <giddles> ah it has to do with pihole.. damn.. ya im a idiot
[18:26] <giddles> im sorry
[18:27] <Praeceps> Yeah it'll probably allow the pihole to act as a DNS server
[18:27] <giddles> my problem is i placed something wrong into the dnsmasq.conf
[18:27] <giddles> and i did not saved the oild
[18:27] <giddles> i hope pihole -r cures it
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[18:29] <giddles> i need the command to allow it again ;)
[18:29] <giddles> it was like : config=/???/???
[18:29] <giddles> simple, one line
[18:31] <giddles> ow dear
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[18:35] <giddles> haha still empty
[18:35] <giddles> damn
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[18:42] <giddles> ? conf-dir=/etc/dnsmasq.d/,*.conf
[18:43] <shibboleth> anyone know how to make kodi use tcp for rtsp streams?
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[18:44] <shibboleth> is there some flag/option to set in the .strm/laylist?
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[18:59] <shiftplusone> shibboleth, tried #kodi?
[19:01] <shibboleth> they've +v/+m
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[19:08] <giddles> works ;)
[19:08] <giddles> puh
[19:08] <giddles> luck
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[19:36] <VladTheImplier> Hey all! Can someone help? <3 I'm trying to network boot 48 RaspberryPi's. It seems however, that tftpd can only serve one Pi at a time. The logs show it giving files to one IP at a time. Then it get's stuck trying to boot the 3rd of 4th Pi, and now other Pi boots, until I reset them all. Mind you the one's that are getting booted are not the same each time, so I suppose it's an issue on the server side. Is there somethin
[19:36] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, you got truncated after 'Is there somethin'
[19:37] <VladTheImplier> ohh, it's "Is there someh´thing I can do?"
[19:38] <VladTheImplier> *and now no other Pi boots, until I reset them all
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[19:40] <VladTheImplier> tl;dr: I network boot 48 Pi's, tftpd seems to only serve 1-2 and then get's stuck. I have no clue how to debug this.
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[19:41] <BurtyB> not use the Pi due to the issues with netboot? power cycle them if they don't boot quick enough?
[19:42] <VladTheImplier> BurtyB: I got all 48 hooked up to one Reset switch. I can reset them all. Each time I reset, only 1-2 random ones net boot. Then TFTPD stops transmitting / it says trying to get ... and never finishes.
[19:46] <BurtyB> I'd try to get them on individual power or maybe resort to using an SD card with the updated bootcode.bin on
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[19:48] <VladTheImplier> This is unfourtenly not an option. They are wired up on the same power rail. Also it seems not to be an issue with the PI's. If it were always the same 2 booting, I'd try to find the issue with the PI's, but it's never the same ones. It's alway a random 1 or 2 of the 48.
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[19:49] <friendofafriend> Like this? https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmware/issues/991
[19:50] <gordonDrogon> what is the server hardware?
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[19:51] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: RaspbianDesktop -> 10gig Networkcard -> 48 port switch -> 48Lan cables to RaspPi's
[19:51] <friendofafriend> Looks like the first move would be an rpi-update, as there have been improvements in PXE booting.
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[19:51] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: rpi-update on the PI's?
[19:52] <friendofafriend> VladTheImplier: Yes.
[19:53] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: Ohh snap, this is going to be horrible. I cannot physically reach them all with an SD card. So I guess I'll try to unplug the LAN cables for all but one, create an Internetbridge and rpi-update 48 times
[19:53] <BurtyB> not sure how that would help as it needs to at least start to boot over PXE before it would get any updated files
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[19:54] <gordonDrogon> VladTheImplier, ok - well, I've no idea about raspbian desktop, presumably it's on x86 hardware. However I'd look at the tftp server you're using. I've had no problems tftp booting other devices in the past from much less capable machines - like 300 sparcs which all used tftp..
[19:54] <VladTheImplier> BurtyB: The issues is not the Pi's not booting at all, it's always that only 1 or 2 boots randomly of the 48 bunch.
[19:55] <gordonDrogon> really sounds like a server issue.
[19:55] * Tenkawa agrees with gordonDrogon
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[19:55] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: sound reassuring. TFTPD... does it serve in parallel?
[19:55] <BurtyB> VladTheImplier, how far do they get into the boot?
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[19:55] <VladTheImplier> grodonDrogon: It seems from the logs, that it only serves one IP at a time
[19:55] * Tenkawa use to have that same setup back in the day too except with hp-ux
[19:57] <gordonDrogon> I'd check the tftp setup - or run it from inetd (doh - maybe you can't do that anymore!)
[19:57] <friendofafriend> VladTheImplier: I'd check if sending periodic broadcasts might change matters. https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/piserver/#comment-1375406
[19:57] <VladTheImplier> grodonDrogon: I use the plain tftpd, it seems to get stuck serving one and not continuing to the next. BurtyB: I can't check them all, but TFTPD sends out the boot stuff, which would output the Rainbow splash
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[19:57] <BurtyB> gordonDrogon, I run it from xinetd tho that's on centos
[19:57] <Tenkawa> gordonDrogon: it might not rarp
[19:58] <Tenkawa> so no acknowledgement right?
[19:58] <Tenkawa> thus no loading of code
[19:58] <VladTheImplier> BurtyB: since after 2 pi's no boot data is sent it will propably look like no HDMI on all except the 1 or 2. gordonDrogon: That sound good, thanks for the link, will try it out
[19:58] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: All PI's answer the DHCP
[19:59] <Tenkawa> VladTheImplier: no i mean the dhcp server
[19:59] <Tenkawa> it isnt arping at all
[19:59] <Tenkawa> no broadcast
[20:00] <gordonDrogon> however it has been some years since I last did a big setup - maybe tftpd has become more "secure".
[20:00] <Tenkawa> non tcp/ip stack
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[20:00] <Tenkawa> gordonDrogon: yeah its been a LONG time here too
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[20:00] <gordonDrogon> I'd still be tempted to stick an SD card in and boot from that and just mount root on nfs, but maybe that's just me.
[20:01] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: It is. One's they boot the logs spam "DHCPDISVER" 40 times and then it "DHCPOFFER" another 40 times
[20:01] <Tenkawa> probably early 2000's late 90's
[20:02] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: What would that help? I can confirm 2 random PI's fully booting and taking pictures.
[20:02] <friendofafriend> VladTheImplier: Is your server offering all the Pis different addresses?
[20:02] <Tenkawa> VladTheImplier: yes.. but if systemd says.. (ignore)...which i have seen the unit come up as on a card
[20:02] <gordonDrogon> I really don't know - I'd have to build something to test, but it's sounding like tftpd is single threaded or the dhcp server isn't responding fast enough or both.
[20:03] <Tenkawa> I really never liked tftpd
[20:03] <Tenkawa> oooh
[20:03] <Habbie> tftp being the almost stateless protocol that it is, it wouldn't make sense for a daemon to be single-client
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[20:03] <Tenkawa> dont you need to have the macs in a table/file/security file for loading too?
[20:04] <Habbie> depends on the tftpd
[20:04] <Habbie> some are just wide open
[20:04] <Tenkawa> yeah thats why i mentioned
[20:04] <VladTheImplier> TFTPD is wide open I believe. Can I use another TFTP server maybe?
[20:04] <Tenkawa> just throwing it out there
[20:04] <Habbie> probably IP, not MAC, though
[20:04] <VladTheImplier> can you recommend one?
[20:04] <friendofafriend> What are you using as a DHCPd?
[20:04] <Tenkawa> Habbie: it wouldnt have an ip yet
[20:04] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, how about first trying a tftp client on a more 'normal' setup, like a working linux box? and then seeing if you can do 5 at the same time?
[20:04] <Habbie> Tenkawa, then how would it tftp?
[20:05] <Tenkawa> Habbie: bootp
[20:05] <Habbie> Tenkawa, which is how a device gets an IP, right?
[20:05] <friendofafriend> I see for dnsmasq that there's a "dhcp-reply-delay=1" option that's claimed to help.
[20:05] <Tenkawa> Habbie: like I said.. I'm extremely rusty
[20:06] <Habbie> Tenkawa, ack
[20:06] <Habbie> Tenkawa, i'm not 100% up on this either
[20:06] <Habbie> friendofafriend, hah, software is so bad
[20:07] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: sounds awesome! Where do I put this dnsmasq option?
[20:07] <friendofafriend> In dnsmasq.conf
[20:07] <friendofafriend> And it seems like sometimes the Pi will stop listening to the network if it waits too long for TFTP, and you can wake it up by periodically sending broadcasts.
[20:08] <Tenkawa> tftp uses udp to load after bootp according to wikipedia
[20:08] <Tenkawa> thats the most general use of the rfc
[20:08] <Tenkawa> standard
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[20:09] <Tenkawa> it needs to supply its own transport and session support
[20:09] <Habbie> Tenkawa, that's how i remembered it
[20:09] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: I don't know if I'm even using dnsmasq. I followed this tutorial: https://www.blockdev.io/network-booting-a-raspberry-pi-3/ I only setup isc-dhcp-server, no dnsmasq
[20:09] <Tenkawa> same here
[20:10] <VladTheImplier> But that sound defiently awesome, as all 48 DHCP reply's happen in the same moment
[20:10] <gordonDrogon> could you stagger the power-up's by half a second?
[20:11] <Tenkawa> good grief its cold today
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[20:11] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: Impossible. All 48 Pi's connect to the same Reset cable.
[20:11] <gordonDrogon> ok...
[20:11] <gordonDrogon> it's just damp here.
[20:11] <VladTheImplier> Germany transformed from summer warm this morning, to icy cold during lunch
[20:12] <Tenkawa> -7 C here
[20:12] <gordonDrogon> I have recently returned from a place relatively much colder than here, but not as cold as it ought to be ("climate change") nor as cold as some bits of Canada right now, AIUI.
[20:12] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: All the PI's have the same Hostname. Can this be an issue?
[20:13] <VladTheImplier> Wait, no it can't, it doesn't even know the hosttime during boot
[20:13] <Tenkawa> VladTheImplier: they all need to be unique
[20:13] <gordonDrogon> not sure it's an issue if they're not even booting.
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[20:13] <VladTheImplier> Can someone explain what dnsmasq does?
[20:13] <VladTheImplier> I never installed it, so I'm not quite sure where it fits in with booting
[20:14] <gordonDrogon> no idea. I use bind9
[20:14] <gordonDrogon> bit if it's a generic dns server, then it turns names into numbers and vice-versa.
[20:14] <Tenkawa> omg... its snowing again
[20:14] <Tenkawa> ugggh
[20:14] <friendofafriend> VladTheImplier: It's a light server often found on routers to provide DHCPd, DNS, and other stuff in one little package.
[20:14] <gordonDrogon> Tenkawa, cool :)
[20:14] <Tenkawa> it just wont quit
[20:15] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: Happy winter, go build a snowman tomorrow :]
[20:15] <Tenkawa> I dont like snow
[20:15] <Tenkawa> I break bones
[20:15] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: Joy for body and mind..... Or just the body then
[20:15] * Tenkawa is very clumsy
[20:15] <gordonDrogon> snow & icebergs where I was last week: https://unicorn.drogon.net/aurora1.jpg
[20:16] <gordonDrogon> the snow was too powdery to make snowmen.
[20:16] <Tenkawa> I ike spring and fall
[20:16] <Tenkawa> er like
[20:16] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: NICE! never saw a aurora borealis IRL. How bright are they? It's always hard to grasp from photos
[20:16] <friendofafriend> Nice stars, gordonDrogon. Spending some time in the freezer?
[20:16] <gordonDrogon> that was a 30 second exposure. so not very bright.
[20:17] <friendofafriend> When I was a kid, we caught the Northern Lights at 36° N!
[20:17] <gordonDrogon> Greenland. 3 nights of angels dancing in the sky (he said, somewhat poetically)
[20:18] <VladTheImplier> gordonDrogon: enough to clearly see with the naked eye? I always saw it romantisized in the movies, where the surrounding lights up green
[20:18] <gordonDrogon> 230miles N of the arctic circle.
[20:18] <gordonDrogon> VladTheImplier, sure.
[20:19] <gordonDrogon> VladTheImplier, it really did look like that photo - although the photo has captured more 'fringing' than we could see.
[20:20] <friendofafriend> I don't see a similar option to that for ISC's DHCPd, according to this. https://www.isc.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/dhcp41conf.html
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[20:22] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: Thanks for the lookup, I didn't find it myself :/ gordonDrogon: 36N°? That's below Europe!
[20:23] <friendofafriend> Yep, at 36N. Pretty rare, but it happens.
[20:25] <gordonDrogon> I've seen it very feintly in englangd once.
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[20:26] <gordonDrogon> so about 50N or so.
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[20:28] <akk> Wow, I'm at 36N, I'd love to see them.
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[20:30] <binaryhermit> is 0 the equator or the pole
[20:31] <lopta> We looked for them from Wiltshire once when I was a boy. Might have had more luck from Aberdeen.
[20:31] <binaryhermit> anyway, I'm at about 41.5895° N according to google
[20:31] <gordonDrogon> I think it has to be exceptional to see them, even in N. Scotland. I have relatives in Orkeny and it's very rare for them.
[20:31] <lopta> Now I'm at ~40.777N
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[20:32] <friendofafriend> Now just tell me how far from the date line!
[20:32] * friendofafriend readies the bombers.
[20:38] <VladTheImplier> I think you guys are right. It propably is the delay. I removed all LAN cables but one. Not matter which I plug in, it works. But If I plug in 2 only one boots. Eeexceeeept Once one of the PI's came on later, and both booted! It is something something delay
[20:38] <friendofafriend> Try that socat command?
[20:39] <VladTheImplier> I don't quite get that. If I cannot ping the broadcast IP (192.168.3.255) it says permission denied on that one.
[20:40] <VladTheImplier> I mean I cannot socat to the broadcast ip
[20:40] <friendofafriend> You'd do it with sudo, but they're recommending something a little different.
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[20:40] <VladTheImplier> I can do individual IPs, but I don't know the IP's if the PI's, because I guess only one get's the DHCP, since all the DHCP replys happen at the same time
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[20:41] <friendofafriend> You could run something like: watch -n5 'echo “hello” | socat -v - udp4-datagram:224.0.0.100:24000'
[20:41] <friendofafriend> Yuck, bad quotes. :( watch -n5 'echo "hello" | socat -v - udp4-datagram:224.0.0.100:24000'
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[20:42] <VladTheImplier> and what is 244.0.0.100? Also I have 2 interfaces, can I give it an interface?
[20:42] <Habbie> 224.0.0.100 is an unassigned link-local multicast address
[20:42] <Habbie> 244.0.0.100 is a typo
[20:43] <VladTheImplier> Ehh, so not 244.0.0.100?
[20:43] <friendofafriend> 224.0.0.0, Class D.
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[20:46] <VladTheImplier> socat command does nothing, at least not with 244.0.0.0
[20:48] <friendofafriend> So, to choose a particular interface, you'd change the command like this: watch -n5 'echo "hello" | socat -v - udp4-datagram:224.0.0.100:24000,bindtodevice=<INTERFACENAME>'
[20:48] <VladTheImplier> so it is 100 at the end?
[20:48] <Tenkawa> does he have the interface in promisc mode?
[20:48] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: Don't know what that is
[20:48] <friendofafriend> It probably does need root, also.
[20:49] <Tenkawa> yeah
[20:49] <VladTheImplier> I got that
[20:49] <VladTheImplier> always with sudo
[20:49] <Tenkawa> promiscous is so it can be cross viewed
[20:49] <VladTheImplier> Iget Operation now permited now
[20:49] <VladTheImplier> Sudo, but bindtodevice=eth1
[20:49] <VladTheImplier> Operation not permitted -.-
[20:49] <friendofafriend> Yeah, that's because you put sudo in front of echo?
[20:50] <friendofafriend> It would be something like: echo "hello" | sudo socat -v - udp4-datagram:224.0.0.100:24000,bindtodevice=eth1
[20:50] <Tenkawa> sudo in front of the socat
[20:50] <friendofafriend> And then, you'll need to make it run every couple seconds.
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[20:52] <VladTheImplier> Ok. By plugging in LAN cables after each other I can get 2 to boot at the same time, not three though. The Socat commands now runs. Indeed, sudo infront of socat was not enough. I does nothing unfourtently.
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[20:54] <friendofafriend> So, you've got that command running every few seconds as root?
[20:55] <VladTheImplier> Ohh Pi firmware, you torture me so much =.= first the USB thing, had to get PCI adapter, then the Crash after 4 unanswered DHCP replys, had to solder 48 Reset cables, and now this.
[20:55] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: Yes
[20:55] <VladTheImplier> Is still didn't try the delay thing. (although it worries me, that I could not get it with plugging LAN cables one after the other
[20:55] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, you say all your pis are on the same power/reset rail, but perhaps your ethernet switch can do the staggering for you?
[20:55] <Tenkawa> what are you working on anyway if I might ask?
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[20:56] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: 3D Scanner of amputated children's fingers. BAsed on photogrammetry, because all other techniques fail due to a bunch of reasons
[20:56] <VladTheImplier> *for
[20:56] <Tenkawa> nice
[20:56] <Habbie> and is a cluster of pi really economic for that?
[20:57] <Tenkawa> i wish you luck
[20:57] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: Intersting thought. It is indeed a manages switch., EdgeSwitch48 lite by Ubiquiti.
[20:57] <Tenkawa> and hope you get the help you need with the project
[20:57] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, snmp bulk set down, while sleep 1, snmp set up?
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[20:57] <Tenkawa> Habbie: hmmm what about a PoE injector?
[20:57] <Tenkawa> think that might do him good?
[20:58] <friendofafriend> Inject and then split?
[20:58] <Tenkawa> yeah
[20:58] <Tenkawa> on a mass scale
[20:58] <Habbie> not sure if would add anything to what i said
[20:58] <friendofafriend> Costs would be high.
[20:58] <Habbie> but it's good to have on the table
[20:58] <Tenkawa> so like multi channel
[20:58] <Tenkawa> 8 channels... on off
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[20:58] <Tenkawa> etc...
[20:59] <Tenkawa> would be very controlled
[20:59] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: Funny enough: YES. After 1 year of trying different cameras. No other combo beat that at this price. It needs to be a RAW file, due to a bunch of reasons. No POE, is not an option, I cannot get power to it no space left. Very crammed =.=
[20:59] <friendofafriend> I don't know of a splitter that will provide anything past 5V/2A, this one. https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Gigabit-Ethernet-Splitter-TL-PoE10R/dp/B003CFATQK
[20:59] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, oh, there's a camera on each pi?
[20:59] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: Yes. 48 in a cupula.
[20:59] <Tenkawa> darn
[20:59] <friendofafriend> How big is the image you're trying to boot, VladTheImplier?
[21:00] <Tenkawa> oh well... it was a though
[21:00] <Tenkawa> t
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[21:00] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, understood
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[21:00] <VladTheImplier> Tenkawa: Thanks for the suggestion <3 friendofafriend: Minimal. The stock Raspbian lite
[21:00] <Habbie> that's almost 2 gigabytes
[21:00] <friendofafriend> Right, it's pretty heavy to be called "Lite". :P
[21:00] <Tenkawa> I like thinking outside the box heehee
[21:01] <Tenkawa> you should see what I'm building right now
[21:01] <VladTheImplier> The biggest fight to this day is actually getting interference out. Alluminium foil really helps. Combining the Ribbons all one on top of the other was a giant mistake. 1M run length
[21:02] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, interference from camera to pi?
[21:02] <Tenkawa> you might want to read up on this new glass to metal bonding article I saw last night
[21:02] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: heh, I know. Not exactly light. But all of them are 3B+ for this reason, 48 x 300mbs on a 10gig switch. Habbie: Yes. The PiCamera imges come out like VHS quality!
[21:02] <Habbie> ouch
[21:02] <friendofafriend> You might try booting something much lighter, like PiCore or OpenWRT. http://tinycorelinux.net/9.x/armv6/releases/RPi/
[21:03] <Habbie> yes
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[21:03] <Habbie> theoretically you only need a few megabytes of software
[21:03] <friendofafriend> I kind of think your other Raspberry Pis are going to sleep while they wait for the first couple of images to transfer.
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[21:03] <friendofafriend> You might be able to keep them alive by pinging their IPs.
[21:04] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: Fully distorted, Colorshifting 1980's action, aluminium foil insulates it to 100% though. The size of distro doesn't really matter. The 10gig switch manages that all too well I think. My min obstacle is getting them to boot at the same time =.=
[21:04] <Tenkawa> yeah sounds like a queueing scheduler should be involved for the jobs
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[21:04] <friendofafriend> But a great way to tell if that's the case would be trying a much smaller image and seeing if that gets more Pis booted by PXE.
[21:04] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: not sure they even have an IP, NMAP does not show them. I will test all of this now.
[21:04] <Habbie> nmap not showing them may not mean too much
[21:04] <Habbie> depending on whether you test with icmp or arp
[21:04] <friendofafriend> If they don't have an IP anyway, this is a problem with the DHCP server.
[21:05] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: All PI's receive a DHCP reply.
[21:05] <Habbie> VladTheImplier, 'are sent' or 'receive'? :)
[21:05] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: ohhh
[21:05] <friendofafriend> Then you should see the leases made.
[21:05] <VladTheImplier> that's a good point
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[21:05] <VladTheImplier> How? I'm using dhcp-isc-server
[21:05] <friendofafriend> dnsmasq has that delay option, isc-dhcp doesn't seem to have it.
[21:06] <VladTheImplier> Ok, that was already the plan, uninstalling dhcp-isc-server and trying dnsmasq
[21:06] <friendofafriend> What are you using as your boot server?
[21:07] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: x86 RaspbianDEsktop on a AMD fx 8350 and a 10gig SFP+ NIC
[21:07] <VladTheImplier> Anyhow, you guys are a tremendous help! As always.
[21:07] <VladTheImplier> Now got a plan of action.
[21:07] <friendofafriend> Good luck, VladTheImplier.
[21:08] <VladTheImplier> Implying I need it, haha
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[21:08] <Tenkawa> good luck
[21:08] <VladTheImplier> Pure blood and sweat will carry me to the finish line (or not ;] )
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[21:09] <friendofafriend> Might check out this PiServer thing. https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/piserver/
[21:11] <friendofafriend> Or maybe this PiNet thing. http://pinet.org.uk/
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[21:13] <VladTheImplier> friendofafirend: Thanks, I had them in the radar. Will try it out if dnsmasq fails. Just for funsies, this is how it looks today. https://i.imgur.com/3vurDWx.jpg
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[21:14] <Tenkawa> bbiaf
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[21:15] <VladTheImplier> The intensity of light in the mid is so strong, that it creates a perfect physical cut off of the 3D volume: https://i.imgur.com/cvjH4Ih.gif Well, thanks for the help, I'm grabbing a bite
[21:16] <Budgii> I have a file on my RPi and i'm connecting to it via vnc viewer. how do I move a file to this machine?
[21:16] <friendofafriend> Budgii: Try using scp.
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[21:17] <friendofafriend> Something like: scp pi@raspberrypi:/home/pi/<location of file> ~/
[21:17] <Budgii> friendofafriend: yes I just found this example: scp pi@192.168.1.3:myfile.txt .
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[21:18] <Budgii> the :myfile.txt should I put the directory of where I want it to be placed?
[21:18] <Budgii> C:\Documents\myfile.txt
[21:18] <friendofafriend> Are you sending a file *to* the Pi, or retrieving a file *from* the Pi?
[21:18] <Budgii> retrieving from
[21:18] <friendofafriend> You're on a Windows system?
[21:18] <Budgii> want to copy a text file to this machine. yes
[21:18] <friendofafriend> Do you have scp on your Windows machine?
[21:19] <Budgii> No... :p i thought it was just a command on the pi to the network ;D
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[21:20] <Budgii> I guess I could just email the file to myself and save the trouble
[21:20] <friendofafriend> You would need an scp utility on your Windows machine. If you have PuTTY, you might already have pscp.
[21:20] <friendofafriend> If you don't, you can download a copy of pscp from here. https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html
[21:20] <Budgii> I don't. I have been using vnc viewer to connect as needed
[21:20] <Budgii> seems i used to have it tho
[21:21] <Budgii> thanks friendofafriend
[21:21] <friendofafriend> You're very welcome. Your command would be something like pscp pi@192.168.1.3:yourfile.txt .
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[21:35] <the_cuckoo> i'm looking for some assistance regarding gpio stuff from c/c++ - i'm looking at wiringPi.h and wondering if there's a way to avoid the root permissions to use it? i would really like to avoid that if possible :) - is there a group the user should be in to access the gpio stuff directly?
[21:36] <the_cuckoo> if there is no option to run it as an unescalted user, has there been any attempt to access the pins by way of a server/daemon process?
[21:40] <Habbie> pigpiod
[21:41] <Habbie> also, http://wiringpi.com/wiringpi-update-to-2-29/
[21:41] <the_cuckoo> nice :) - many thanks
[21:41] <Habbie> the specific hints in that article might be outdated
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[21:41] <Habbie> but it should give you something to google
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[21:41] <the_cuckoo> that's a great start
[21:42] <the_cuckoo> any experience with it yourself?
[21:42] <Habbie> i've so far been too lazy to worry about 'not being root'
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[21:42] <the_cuckoo> :)
[21:43] <Habbie> but
[21:43] <Habbie> i have some old tinkering here https://github.com/Habbie/hardware-hacks/tree/master/binary-scope
[21:43] <Habbie> and, for example, epolltest.c just requires you to be in group 'gpio'
[21:43] <Habbie> which i bet is configurable on the kernel end too
[21:43] <the_cuckoo> oh - nice
[21:44] <Habbie> yes - that permission comes from /etc/udev//rules.d/99-com.rules: chown -R root:gpio /sys/class/gpio ...
[21:44] <Habbie> so you have various non-root options assuming you are okay with giving a user/process access to 'all or most GPIO'
[21:44] <Habbie> although this chown looks like you could even do it per-pin
[21:44] <the_cuckoo> excellent :) - you are a font of information :) - appreciated
[21:44] <Habbie> np
[21:44] <Habbie> your choices will depend on your needs
[21:44] <Habbie> in terms of, for example, performance
[21:45] <the_cuckoo> your project looks very cool
[21:45] <Habbie> well that's not really a project
[21:45] <the_cuckoo> been vaguely wondering about the i2c stuff, but not got round to it yet
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[21:45] <the_cuckoo> so what else you got on the go then? :)
[21:45] <Habbie> ah well, let me tell you how i got to wanting to sniff pins
[21:46] <Habbie> do you know the guitar hero game?
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[21:46] <the_cuckoo> yup
[21:48] <Habbie> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0Lxqn27McA&feature=youtu.be
[21:48] <Habbie> this involves some i2c
[21:48] <Habbie> code and description are here https://github.com/Habbie/hardware-hacks/tree/master/guitar-lamps
[21:49] <the_cuckoo> sorry - was distracted by wife and kids - 1 min while i watch
[21:50] <Habbie> don't rush on my account :)
[21:50] <the_cuckoo> :) - nice - could you not read combinations and mix the colours though?
[21:50] <Habbie> i do
[21:51] <the_cuckoo> ah - good :)
[21:51] <Habbie> see at 0:18
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[21:51] <the_cuckoo> the video i found was 11s long :)
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[21:52] <Habbie> there's 2 except i only put the short one on the doc a few minutes ago first
[21:52] <the_cuckoo> yeah - that's nice - i have the same equipment - might be fun to set up in basement here
[21:53] <Habbie> i have permission from my wife to put a guitar on the living room wall assuming i can find some suitable mood lights
[21:53] <Habbie> but haven't gotten around to it ;)
[21:53] <the_cuckoo> i played the game quite a lot back in the day :)
[21:53] <Habbie> me too :)
[21:53] <Habbie> today the guitars go for 10-15 bucks second hand
[21:53] <Habbie> i had to repair this one before i could use it, before i found out i could also cheaply replace it
[21:53] <the_cuckoo> my own projects are kinda visual, but i haven't got round to creating videos yet :)
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[21:54] <Habbie> my next plan, that i've had for a few years now, is to be able to do this while the guitar is functional for game play
[21:54] <Habbie> which is where the sniffing (the binary-scope dir) comes in
[21:54] <the_cuckoo> you could do other things though - control the tv for example
[21:54] <Habbie> oh sure
[21:54] <Habbie> anything to everything, but not all combinations make sense ;)
[21:56] <the_cuckoo> you have 5 buttons - that gives you 2 ^ 5 combinations :) - that's 32 things you could choose - but of course, pressing all 5 is difficult...
[21:56] <Habbie> oh there's a few more buttons even
[21:56] <the_cuckoo> indeed
[21:56] <Habbie> on the wii model you have +, -, the thing you stroke (that i use for brighter/duller), and the wahwah stick that gives an analog readout
[21:57] <Habbie> i think it was analog, anyway
[21:57] <the_cuckoo> that'd be cool - volume control :)
[21:57] <Habbie> hehe
[21:57] <Habbie> well no, it springs back
[21:58] <the_cuckoo> heh - true - but you could debounce - ie: try to detect the distance from the middle from the last swipe
[21:58] <Habbie> there's a complete subreddit full of bad volume controls
[21:58] <the_cuckoo> :D
[21:58] <Habbie> this one would measure somewhere in the middle i think ;)
[21:58] <the_cuckoo> would be funny as hell though :D
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[21:59] <Habbie> oh yes
[21:59] <the_cuckoo> have to put the kids to bed :) - back in a bit
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[21:59] <Habbie> good luck
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[22:21] <the_cuckoo> Habbie: cheers :) - and yeah, luck needed :)
[22:23] <VladTheImplier> I think I'm getting somewhere. I tried PiServer, no luck. But PiServer exchanged the tftpd for dnsmasq-tftp. Now look at this! They do have IPs. However, something is failing to send. Here is the tftp log: pastebin.com/3BJOGYmG . 6 PI's were connected, only 192.168.3.31 and .40 booted.
[22:24] <VladTheImplier> correct link: https://pastebin.com/3BJ0GYmG
[22:25] <VladTheImplier> Can someone make sense of this?
[22:26] <VladTheImplier> HOLY MACCARONI! The only Pi's the booted sent an error!
[22:27] <VladTheImplier> "error 0 Early terminte reveived"
[22:27] <Habbie> that looks corrupted
[22:27] <VladTheImplier> Only the PI's with this error boot!
[22:27] <Habbie> uh :)
[22:27] <VladTheImplier> What can cause this error and how can I all my 48 PI's make cause this error XD
[22:28] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: What do you mean that looks corrupted?
[22:28] <Habbie> terminte reveived
[22:28] <Habbie> i'd expect 'terminate received'
[22:29] <shibboleth> is there any way to adjust the wifi and/or bluetooth MAC addresses using a cmdline option (like with the wired nic)?
[22:29] <VladTheImplier> Yes. As in the pastebin: "error 0 Early terminate received from ..."
[22:29] <Habbie> oh sorry, ok
[22:31] <VladTheImplier> Habbie: God dammit, so inredibly frustraiting. I'm truly lost. Now I reset all of them, now 3 of 6 Pi's had this error. again 3/ 6 booted
[22:32] <ShorTie> need to start by reading the rules !!
[22:34] <Habbie> what ShorTie means is, please keep down the swearing :)
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[22:41] <friendofafriend> Hey, neat-o.
[22:41] <friendofafriend> They're all getting addresses now! That's rad.
[22:43] <friendofafriend> Are you still trying that socat line? Maybe you could get by with a "sudo ping -b 192.168.3.255" also.
[22:45] <friendofafriend> Looks like the Pis are trying to pull from a device_serial directory first, before pulling from tftproot.
[22:47] <VladTheImplier> friendofafriend: Interesting. Yes, socat running. I'll try pinging now aswell
[22:52] <VladTheImplier> Wait! The ping seems to work! But why?! Now I get 12 of 17
[22:52] <VladTheImplier> not stuck at 3 anymore!
[22:53] <friendofafriend> Yeah, it's because the NICs sleep while waiting for the image to transfer.
[22:53] <friendofafriend> You might be able to get around it by using multiple TFTP servers.
[22:54] <VladTheImplier> How can I do this? How do the PIs know which to connect to?
[22:55] <VladTheImplier> Still not all, but most certainly progress!
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[22:56] <friendofafriend> I think you'd make static leases for the Pi and specify the boot server for them.
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[22:57] <friendofafriend> You could probably just alias multiple addresses to one interface, and then run tftpd for each.
[22:57] <friendofafriend> Of course, you might not need to do that at all with a smaller image.
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[22:58] <VladTheImplier> I'm not sure that's the reason. It fails at the bootcodes, not NFS. At least that's my theory
[22:58] <VladTheImplier> Could you link me that image again`?
[22:59] <VladTheImplier> Down to 9/17 again =.=
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[23:01] <friendofafriend> VladTheImplier: This image? http://tinycorelinux.net/9.x/armv6/releases/RPi/piCore-9.0.3.zip
[23:02] <VladTheImplier> Guess so, thanks, will try that tomorrow. Have reached my breaking point of staying awake =.= Many thanks for all the help
[23:02] <friendofafriend> Always welcome, have a good night.
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[23:49] <norwood67> hi...does anyone know how to get more information on the why xxx packages have been kept back?: following packages have been kept back:
[23:50] <Reedy> https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2267752
[23:51] <Reedy> it's upgrade vs dist-upgrade
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