#raspberrypi IRC Log

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IRC Log for 2019-06-11

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[1:14] <ctcx> friendofafriend: are you there?
[1:15] <ctcx> friendofafriend: the issue with DVR, RTSP, and omxplayer, no dice at all
[1:16] <ctcx> friendofafriend: started wireshark, logged into DVR web interface to run live video, applied RTSP filter to wireshark.... NOTHING
[1:16] <ctcx> All of this within local network, though using a portable web browser
[1:17] <ctcx> friendofafriend: you said DVR did support RTSP due to the previous responses it gave, but then, is it that protocol is just there, just *never* used?
[1:20] <ctcx> Nor rtp
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[2:28] <friendofafriend> Ah, ctcx. You gotta start idling. ;)
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[4:38] <talmid> I've got a ILI9341 screen with XPT2046 touch chip and got the display working. I think the touch screen shares SPI0 but I have still one connection on the screen saying CS2 and one PEN. Could anybody tell me where to connect them?
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[4:50] <friendofafriend> That's an ILI9341 connected by SPI, right?
[4:52] <talmid> yes
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[10:57] <dan01> If the latest raspberry pi has a 64bit CPU, how come I can only access 1 GB RAM, in theory?
[10:58] <Armand> dan01: Because it only has 1GB RAM...
[10:58] <Armand> O_o
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[11:00] <BCMM> dan01: to clarify: the RAM on the Pi is not upgradable
[11:00] <BCMM> dan01: so the maximum amount of RAM it can have is the amount of RAM that it comes with
[11:01] <BCMM> (the RAM chip is physically soldered to the board)
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[11:03] <dan01> Armand, BCMM: But In theory if it would be upgradable the CPU itself would be able to address more, correct? Since it's 64 bit
[11:03] <gordonDrogon> not neccessarily.
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[11:03] <dan01> gordonDrogon: That's what I was looking for! Ok, why?
[11:03] <gordonDrogon> one issue the the pins that are physically brought out from the CPU/SoC to the memory chip.
[11:03] <BCMM> dan01: note that the size of the address space is not the same thing as the amount of memory actually supported
[11:04] <gordonDrogon> so with a 64-bit OS, you can address more than 1GB - if you use virtual memory (swap), but it will be as slow as a slow thing with extra sugglishness on-top.
[11:04] * BurtyB thought there was a hardware limit with the cpu accessing more than 1gb
[11:04] <BCMM> dan01: for example, a typical desktop AMD64 processor can not actually use 2^64 bytes of physical RAM
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[11:04] <gordonDrogon> another limit may be the design of the memory management unit - but I don't know much about how the ARM MMU works here.
[11:05] <dan01> BCMM: Correct, because it uses 64 bit CPU, but PI also uses a 64bit cpu, so why is it not the same?
[11:05] <gordonDrogon> but in-theory, if you had all 64 bits of address bus brought out of the CPU/SoC and a big enough memory system, then ...
[11:05] <BCMM> dan01: i said "can *not*"
[11:05] <dan01> BCMM: oh
[11:06] <BCMM> dan01: amd64 has 64-bit pointers, but on current machines, the actual memory bus is, physically, not 64-bit
[11:06] <BCMM> dan01: I can't speak for the pi's hardware, but i'm clarifying that pointer size is not the same thing as memory bus size
[11:07] <dan01> BCMM: That's what I was looking for ok, I understand now
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[11:07] <BCMM> (current amd64 memory busses are typically 48-bit)
[11:07] <dan01> thank you! all of you
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[11:08] <dan01> BCMM: makes sense because who the hack has 2^64 actual RAM
[11:08] <BCMM> exactly
[11:08] <dan01> BCMM: I understand now
[11:09] <dan01> BCMM: and if I see 64bit addresses in C it's only because that's virtual addresses
[11:09] <BCMM> dan01: no, the *addresses* really are 64-bit
[11:10] <BCMM> that's the actual length of a pointer in, for example, amd64
[11:10] <dan01> aha
[11:10] <BCMM> (or, in theory, on the pi, but most people are running 32-bit operating systems on the pi)
[11:10] <dan01> So 64 bit addresses are sent in WORD of 48 bits, trough the actual bus
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[11:11] <BCMM> dan01: not really sure what you mean by that. but pointers (memory addresses stored by software) are 64 bits long, and the cpu is natively capable of processing 64-bit pointers (e.g. performing arithmetic on them)
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[11:12] <BCMM> it's just the memory bus, i.e. the actual electronic connection between the CPU and the RAM, isn't 64-bit
[11:12] <BCMM> but that's ok, because pointers aren't literal physical locations in RAM anyway
[11:12] <dan01> BCMM: But since the bus between RAM and CPU is not 64bit you can't send one address through one cycle
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[11:13] <BCMM> there's no great contradiction here, because addresses are getting translated between what the software sees and what the memory chips see anyway
[11:13] <dan01> BCMM: aha ok
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[11:14] <BCMM> dan01: just one of the things a memory management unit (MMU) does for you :)
[11:15] <dan01> thanks for the information. I knew virtual addresses are not physical ones. But I've now connected some more dots. thanks
[11:16] <BCMM> there are simple microcontrolers where, basically, a memory address is a memory address is a memory address. but on proper CPUs that run multi-tasking operating systems, there's a basically arbitrary mapping of memory anyway
[11:16] <dan01> BCMM: I see
[11:17] <dan01> BCMM: because things would go faster without the need of translation and that's what you want in embedded devices
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[11:23] <BCMM> dan01: eh, more like, because an mmu costs money
[11:23] <dan01> :))
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[11:24] <dan01> I work for an automotive company as a programmer (but on tools, don't do embedded) and I can relate to that feeling that they don't want to spend money :))
[11:28] <gordonDrogon> it's great to think you're sitting on-top of a multi-billion pound project knowing it went out to the cheapest bidder ... ;-)
[11:28] <BCMM> to be fair, i imagine there's probably a power-budget reason to eliminate unneeded MMUs
[11:29] <BCMM> not a big one, i would guess, but some embedded systems really need to trim any energy usage they can find
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[11:34] <gordonDrogon> I'm fairly sure cars (when running) aren't short of energy though, but many other things are - anything portable, etc.
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[13:07] <dan01> Another question. The raspberry pi has an integrated GPU which supports a certain version of OpenGL. But how does that work, since openGL is implemented in the OS via Mesa. How does the GPU know what versions it supports? Does it have a OpenGL implementation in the graphics controller? idk
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[13:15] <chris_99> Anyone ever used Bulgin usb connector, with a pi, i'm kind of struggling what to choose at the moment
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[13:20] <chris_99> https://www.bulgin.com/en/products/pxp4043-rear-panel-mount-connector-usb-sealed-micro-b-socket-to-5-way-header-group.html looked good , but it only has a pin header on the end
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[13:23] <myself> So solder a male plug onto it and shove the plug into your pi?
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[13:24] <chris_99> oh i just found https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=142347 sounds like you can just solder wires to the pin headers
[13:24] <chris_99> which i didn't realise
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[13:26] <myself> Or just use a connector like PX0842/A which is an A-to-B converter that mounts in the panel, then put a standard A-to-B cable behind it between it and the pi
[13:27] <myself> Oh wait, are you doing this for power input or for USB device connection?
[13:28] <chris_99> yeah just for power
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[14:54] <faLUCE> hello. Is it possible to have, on a pi 3b+ a desktop environment with browswer + youtube as good as an android tablet?
[14:54] <artok> no
[14:55] <artok> compare the cpu on both and make the math
[14:55] <artok> (cpu and gpu)
[14:55] <Armand> *Maths
[14:55] <chris_99> *mathematics
[14:56] <faLUCE> I see. then, which is a cheap alternative for hardware, instead of a raspberry pi ?
[14:56] <artok> android tablets are cheap
[14:56] <faLUCE> I don't need a display
[14:57] <chris_99> i was looking at the jetson nano recently which looks cool, dunno how well it'd work as a desktop though
[14:57] <faLUCE> and I need a hdmi port (I'll use it for a projector)
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[15:02] <HerculeP> odroid2C works well for me
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[15:43] <orionintheforest> Hi, is there any way to install a discord client on raspbian
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[16:03] <gordonDrogon> did you try googling? there appears to be many answers.
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[16:04] <gordonDrogon> or just use the browser version? the browser one seemed to work for me the last time I tried any discord stuff.
[16:04] <GraysonBriggs> gordonDrogon they only waited 10 minutes
[16:05] <gordonDrogon> oh, gone. oh well, their loss.
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[16:05] <HerculeP> 10m even ;)
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[16:06] <GraysonBriggs> ohh they just joined in another channel
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[16:18] <learningc> My HDMI output stopped working suddenly on my raspberry pi 3. What could be the reason?
[16:19] <learningc> I could still access my pi through SSH though
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[16:43] <friendofafriend> learningc: I'd start with things that *aren't* the Raspberry Pi, like exchanging HDMI cables and trying with a different display.
[16:43] <ctcx> friendofafriend: hello. Don't know if you were able to read the messages yesterday...
[16:43] <friendofafriend> ctcx: Indeed, I did! Having lots of fun with RTSP?
[16:46] <ctcx> friendofafriend: excuse me, was that mocking?
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[16:47] <Syliss> mornin
[16:47] <friendofafriend> ctcx: No, it's "levity".
[16:47] <friendofafriend> G'morning, Syliss.
[16:48] <ctcx> What I said is, wireshark detected *no rtsp stuff* at all during sniffing
[16:48] <ctcx> WTF?
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[16:48] <Syliss> random
[16:49] <friendofafriend> What a neat problem! What traffic was carrying the video stream?
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[16:52] <ctcx> friendofafriend: what?
[16:52] <friendofafriend> So, if the video was not being carried by RTSP, how was the video being transported from the DVR to your computer?
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[16:54] <ctcx> TCP, I guess
[16:54] <ctcx> was the most often protocol shown
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[16:54] <ctcx> Not even UDP
[16:55] <ctcx> (I think there was also even X11 <- WTH? That's Linux stuff!)
[16:55] <friendofafriend> So, you're filtering your capture by protocol and not seeing the protocol you expect.
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[16:55] <friendofafriend> Next is to filter your capture by host, because you're after communications with your DVR.
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[16:59] <gordonDrogon> ctcx, family friendly please, even abbreviations.
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[17:05] <ctcx> friendofafriend: already did that, filtering by DVR's IP address
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[17:06] <friendofafriend> OK, if you're streaming video from your DVR, and there's no traffic in your capture going to and from your DVR, then you are probably capturing on the wrong interface.
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[17:08] <ctcx> friendofafriend: what do you mean? Of course there's traffic. Just not RTSP, but the other protocols.
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[17:09] <friendofafriend> Before you filter by protocol, sort by Source/Destination and look for your DVR's IP address.
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[17:10] <ctcx> Yes, I did that
[17:11] <friendofafriend> If you're streaming video from the DVR during the capture and listening on the right interface, you will see communications with the DVR. That's how the video gets there! :)
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[17:14] <ctcx> And I do see communications in wireshark.
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[17:14] <ctcx> Er, where are going to with this?
[17:14] <ctcx> My "complain" was that there was no RTSP traffic seemingly...
[17:15] <friendofafriend> ctcx: You may have multiple interfaces passing traffic on your computer.
[17:15] <friendofafriend> Right, but then we discovered that it isn't just no RTSP traffic, but no traffic to and from the DVR at all.
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[17:17] <ctcx> friendofafriend: er, sorry, how did we get to that "discovery"?
[17:17] <friendofafriend> We did not apply a protocol filter, sorted traffic by source and destination looking for your DVR.
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[17:21] <learningc> friendofafriend, I did that changed hdmi cable and even tried the hdmi on my pc output which of course work
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[17:24] <friendofafriend> learningc: I've had some troubles with HDMI output, and needed to use "config_hdmi_boost" in my /boot/config.txt file.
[17:24] <friendofafriend> https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/config-txt/video.md
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[17:29] <ctcx> friendofafriend: er, I did apply a protocol filter!
[17:29] <ctcx> The RTSP one
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[17:30] <friendofafriend> Well, if there's no RTSP traffic there, maybe there's another kind that you can use with omxplayer.
[17:30] <ctcx> Just like in the webpage you once showed that other day.
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[17:31] <friendofafriend> So, this time, instead of applying a filter, start a capture, start your video stream, stop your capture and video stream, and look for *any* traffic to and from your DVR.
[17:31] <ctcx> How is it possible that DVR server is able to throw RTSP responses ("no stream found"), but no video through RTSP?
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[17:32] <friendofafriend> Not that your DVR isn't able to use RTSP, but it seems like the proprietary plugin used to view those streams isn't using it.
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[17:33] <ctcx> Yes, could be...
[17:34] <ctcx> If it's like that, then not seeing RTSP in GUI's source nor in wireshark would make sense, right?
[17:34] <ctcx> Is this something "common" in some DVR brands indeed?
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[17:35] <friendofafriend> I can't speak for DVR brands, on the whole. The DVR is certainly running RTSP, because you can connect and get a 404.
[17:36] <friendofafriend> But that doesn't mean it's the only protocol running! It can be many different ways.
[17:37] <ctcx> So as it seems, it just doesn't use its RTSP itself for the actual video streaming?
[17:38] <friendofafriend> It seems it isn't using RTSP to stream, with the proprietary plugin.
[17:38] <friendofafriend> Do you, by any chance, have a model number for the DVR?
[17:38] <ctcx> Yes
[17:38] <ctcx> Let me check
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[17:39] <ctcx> (Oh, no... I'll be back in a moment)
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[17:40] <friendofafriend> When the rat's away, the mice will... Oh, nevermind.
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[17:43] <ctcx> friendofafriend: Provision ISR model SH-16200A-2L
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[17:45] <ctcx> (I think the "2L" part can be omitted...)
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[17:55] <ctcx> friendofafriend: ???
[17:55] <friendofafriend> While I poke around in this firmware image, see if you can get a capture of *any* traffic going to and from the DVR when you stream video?
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[18:00] <ctcx> friendofafriend: ah, you need if I can take a screenshot of wireshark working?
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[18:01] <friendofafriend> Sure, that would be fine.
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[18:12] <learningc> friendofafriend, It seems that my pi is done, not I cannot even access ssh :(
[18:12] <learningc> now
[18:13] <friendofafriend> learningc: Oh no, maybe try a fresh image on your SD card.
[18:13] <learningc> friendofafriend, I tried a fresh noob, but cannot see anything
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[18:15] <friendofafriend> learningc: Ah, because you're looking at a monitor attached by HDMI?
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[18:28] <learningc> friendofafriend, yes, and the green led binks 3 times and 4th time is solid for 2 seconds then repeats
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[18:29] <friendofafriend> learningc: Hey, you've got LEDs on and blinking! That sure does sound promising.
[18:30] <learningc> friendofafriend, but it's blinking in the same pattern
[18:30] <friendofafriend> ctcx: The information I see for that model is rtsp://{{username}}:{{password}}@{{ip_address}}:{{port}}/udp/av0_0
[18:30] <friendofafriend> learningc: So, you've flashed over a fresh image onto your SD card?
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[18:31] <learningc> yes, noob, but cannot be sure if it has booted or not because there is no output on hdmi
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[18:32] <HerculeP> noob works pretty differently from a plain rasbian img (format SD, unzip noobs etc)
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[18:33] <friendofafriend> learningc: OK, then I would plug the SD card into your computer and add an empty file called "ssh" in your SD card's boot partition.
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[18:33] * HerculeP recommends to use a fresh raspbian img
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[18:34] <HerculeP> friendofafriend, "empty file called "ssh" in your SD card" wont work using noobs
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[18:35] <learningc> HerculeP, so it has to be raspbian or so?
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[18:36] <friendofafriend> Raspbian would make things easier.
[18:36] <friendofafriend> There's a installvnc and silentinstall option that you can add.
[18:37] <friendofafriend> Errr, "vncinstall"
[18:37] <friendofafriend> https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/28609/is-it-possible-to-interact-with-the-noobs-install-remotely-vnc-ssh-or-other
[18:38] <HerculeP> you /can/ use noobs on a freshly FAT formated SD of course ... plain raspbian is much easier indeed
[18:38] * friendofafriend imagines a landfill on fire.
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[18:41] <HerculeP> learningc, https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/installing-images/ alternative to noobs
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[18:43] <learningc> friendofafriend, ok I regained access to ssh using another image, but still no hdmi :(
[18:44] <learningc> Is it possible the gpu or hdmi pheripheral is broken in the chip?
[18:44] <friendofafriend> HDMI is on, by default. I've had problems with cables and monitors, and before had to set HDMI boost in config.txt.
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[18:44] <learningc> I set boost already without success
[18:45] <friendofafriend> You said you tried other cables. Have you tried another HDMI monitor?
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[18:46] <learningc> I tried another hdmi port. I had no issue with that tv before. It has 3 hdmi inputs
[18:46] <friendofafriend> I see some reports of "hdmi_force_hotplug=1" fixing issues where the TV/monitor does not initially recognize the Pi.
[18:47] <friendofafriend> And some people setting "hdmi_group=1" for monitors and "hdmi_group=2" for older TVs.
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[18:49] <learningc> I can see the cec recognized on the hdmi on the tv, but still no output after I set hdmi_force_hotplug=1 in /boot/config.txt
[18:49] <friendofafriend> Hey, CEC recognized is a great start.
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[18:54] <learningc> friendofafriend, ya, but no display :(
[18:55] <learningc> Everything was working fine for about 2 years until yesterday
[18:55] <friendofafriend> learningc: I would try another HDMI cable. They can be so fragile.
[18:56] <friendofafriend> I've got a TV here that needs the highest HDMI boost the Pi allows.
[18:56] <learningc> highest is 4?
[18:58] <friendofafriend> Oh gosh, no. Highest is 11. And I would step up to there. You don't want to run more HDMI boost than you need.
[18:59] <friendofafriend> But, if everything was working before, I'd try a new HDMI cable first. ;)
[18:59] <learningc> I changed cable, still no luck
[18:59] <friendofafriend> Still getting CEC from it?
[18:59] <learningc> I just set boost to 11, no luck :(
[18:59] <learningc> Yes, cec is always there
[19:00] <friendofafriend> I'd try another panel with HDMI input, next.
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[19:01] <HerculeP> I'd try a spare rpi ;)
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[19:02] <learningc> I have an old rpi 1
[19:02] <HerculeP> could even be an "A"
[19:02] <learningc> It sure works
[19:02] <friendofafriend> The Fonz of Raspberry Pi models.
[19:02] <HerculeP> then you can make sure that cable and monitor are ok
[19:03] <friendofafriend> ctcx: The information I see for that model is rtsp://{{username}}:{{password}}@{{ip_address}}:{{port}}/udp/av0_0
[19:03] <friendofafriend> ctcx: You may also try rtsp://{{username}}:{{password}}@{{ip_address}}:{{port}}/tcp/av0_0
[19:04] <learningc> My cable and monitor is fine
[19:04] <HerculeP> --> your newer pi seems to be only working as a headless box then :(
[19:04] <ctcx> friendofafriend: yes, no RTSP whatsoever. From DVR to host at most HTTP/XML protocol for the "HTTP 1.1 200 OK" responses, the rest just TCP; from host to DVR, HTTP protocol for some "query... HTTP 1.1" responses, rest TCP.
[19:04] <learningc> HerculeP, How is it possible that the hdmi got broken?
[19:04] <learningc> :(
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[19:05] <ctcx> friendofafriend: oh, and I did try those URL for this model.
[19:05] <friendofafriend> ctcx: You'd right click on one of those packets, and select "Follow TCP".
[19:05] <ctcx> Didn't work.
[19:05] <Hanicef> learningc: what power supply are you using
[19:05] <HerculeP> 1000 possible reasons, mechanically broken contact, lightning struck etc
[19:05] <friendofafriend> Or "Follow" --> "TCP Stream".
[19:05] <Hanicef> it may be that your raspberry pi is insufficiently powered (rpi1 uses less power btw)
[19:06] <friendofafriend> The connector could simply be dirty.
[19:06] <ctcx> friendofafriend: if I right-click one of those and "Follow TCP stream" I get just hexadecimal unreadable stuff. Totally unlike, say, following a HTTP stream.
[19:06] <learningc> Hanicef, samsung phone power supply rated at 2.0A. I never has issue with it. I switched ps but still no luck
[19:06] <ctcx> friendofafriend: and the URLs you found didn't work, sorry...
[19:07] <ctcx> URLs didn't work neither with tcp nor udp
[19:07] <friendofafriend> ctcx: Did you start the video stream while capturing network traffic, or was the stream already running when you began capture?
[19:07] <ctcx> (If they had worked, wireshark would certainly have seen RTSP packets!)
[19:07] <ctcx> Both cases
[19:07] <ctcx> I tried both cases
[19:08] <friendofafriend> You will normally see plaintext of the URL at the beginning of those communications.
[19:08] <friendofafriend> And then lots of binary data.
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[19:08] <ctcx> At the beginning of what communications? Following one of the innumerable TCP streams?
[19:09] <friendofafriend> Between your DVR and client, there should be only one TCP stream.
[19:11] <learningc> Maybe I should let my pi rest for 24 hours hoping it would magically show something on the hdmi display again...
[19:11] <HerculeP> lol
[19:11] <ctcx> I'll be right back
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[19:11] <friendofafriend> learningc: I'd clean it.
[19:12] <learningc> friendofafriend, I will bring my pi at work tomorrow to try the monitor there
[19:12] <learningc> maybe it's homesick...
[19:12] <friendofafriend> Two years is a lot of dust bunnies.
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[19:15] <learningc> friendofafriend, ok, I'll dump it in 99% isopropyl alcohol tomorrow and see if it likes the cold bath..
[19:15] <friendofafriend> Don't forget to offer it a cigarette. ;)
[19:18] <learningc> lol, that would be too much
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[19:19] <learningc> It's been smoking hot for the last 2 years already
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[19:23] <azy> is it possible ot have my raspberry pi zero w be a router? so i could connect to it via wifi and manage its files
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[19:27] <friendofafriend> azy: https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/configuration/wireless/access-point.md
[19:29] <azy> ty
[19:30] <friendofafriend> *yw*
[19:34] <ldiamond> What do you guys prefer using to manage network (wifi + ethernet)?
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[19:36] <ldiamond> Networkmanager is giving me troubles, connman seems incapable of managing multiple possible configurations and prioritizing
[19:36] <shiftplusone> I prefer not managing it and keeping it simple. The default dhcpcd setup works well enough for all my use cases.
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[19:37] <ctcx> friendofafriend: so, following any of the packets, either HTTP or TCP, yes, you were right, I get some plain text.
[19:38] <ctcx> But all with "Refer: http://<ip_address>/page/[...]"
[19:38] <friendofafriend> ctcx: Hey, that's great news!
[19:38] <ctcx> But all with "Refer: http://<ip_address>/page/[...]"
[19:39] <ctcx> friendofafriend: only protocols used according to this are HTTP, HTTP/XML, TCP
[19:39] <ctcx> No RTSP
[19:39] <ctcx> Either DVR->host and host->DVR
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[19:40] <friendofafriend> So, when you follow that TCP stream, is that the only plaintext you see? Also, did you start the stream while capturing, or were you already watching the stream before capture?
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[19:41] <ctcx> friendofafriend: I tried both scenarios: starting sniffing either before playing the stream, and while already playing.
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[19:42] <ctcx> No, I see more plain text, but just TCP and addresses stuff, like source, destination, the refer URL...
[19:42] <friendofafriend> Sniffing after the stream is set up won't give you valuable information. You'll have to start capture first, and then start the stream.
[19:42] <ctcx> But nothing RTSP
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[19:43] <ctcx> As I said, I also did that case: sniffing *before* the stream
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[19:43] <ctcx> I see more plain text, but just TCP and addresses stuff, like source, destination, the refer URL...
[19:43] <ctcx> No RTSP
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[19:44] <friendofafriend> There are lots of ways to stream video, and RTSP isn't the only way.
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[19:47] <ctcx> friendofafriend: so this thing seems to be using HTTP to stream instead of RTSP. Do you think omxplayer can play live HTTP streams?
[19:47] <friendofafriend> Surely it can.
[19:48] <friendofafriend> And you'd just have to find the media URL, which should be in the first back sent to the DVR from your host.
[19:48] <friendofafriend> first packet**
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[19:50] <ctcx> friendofafriend: the first packet sent *from host to DVR*, and not the other way around?
[19:50] <friendofafriend> Yes, because your host sends a request to the DVR, and then the DVR sends data back.
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[19:51] <friendofafriend> And the request contains a media URL.
[19:52] <ctcx> friendofafriend: so, I need to look for that first packet from host to DVR, right-click it, and *follow* either the TCP or HTTP packet?
[19:53] <friendofafriend> You got it. That's your request.
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[19:55] <ctcx> friendofafriend: I know I have to do the effort by myself and all, but... did you actually suspected from the very start that RTSP was not the way for me?
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[19:55] <friendofafriend> You have an RTSP server on your device, otherwise you'd not be getting a 404 from it.
[19:56] <friendofafriend> I downloaded the fireware and looked in the image, I see RTSP in the XML configuration file.
[19:56] <friendofafriend> firmware**
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[19:56] <friendofafriend> What the URL is, I'm not sure. I didn't see that in the configuration files of the device.
[19:57] <ctcx> So RTSP *is* in the firmware, but as if it was there just "for the looks", and not for serving...
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[19:57] <ctcx> Then I strongly wonder what they put RTSP in firmware for
[19:57] <friendofafriend> Finding the media URL will likely hint to the format of the RTSP URL.
[19:58] <ctcx> "Media URL" as in the HTTP one?
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[19:58] <friendofafriend> Yes, have you found the HTTP media URL?
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[20:57] <ctcx> friendofafriend: tried PM...
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[21:00] <Budgii> Hi, I used this 'temporary solution' to regain internet access, but wondering if someone can help me identify what my issue is. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=157047
[21:01] <Budgii> Basically, I have wifi/ethernet but no connection to internet. I think it has to do with DNS. I got a new router, and formerly had the Pi as DHCP. I turned that off (in pihole) and use the router as DHCP now. After that, i didn't have a connection.
[21:02] <Budgii> Any assistance in tracing this down is appreciated.
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[21:07] <pksato> Budgii: ip of rpi is same of working network? default route is set, dns server are set on /etc/resolv.conf?
[21:07] <Budgii> I believe so yes pksato
[21:08] <Budgii> The command in the link above fixed it. I haven't tried rebooting yet, but under the assumption that it will revert back to not working
[21:08] <audiopath> Budgii, do you use systemd-resolved ?
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[21:09] <Budgii> audiopath: probably not, dont really know what it is :)
[21:09] <pksato> some system is not setting proper dns resolver.
[21:09] <Budgii> also, in /etc/resolv.conf I have two nameservers set
[21:09] <Budgii> just looked in there.
[21:10] <pksato> or, have a not working nameserver set on resolv.conf
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[21:10] <Budgii> I have 8.8.8.8 & 127.0.0.1
[21:10] <Budgii> I dont know if the hacky command I found in the link set them, and so now its working and will stay working
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[21:11] <Budgii> let me try rebooting and see if it fixed it permanently. will be right back.
[21:11] <audiopath> etc/resolve.conf will be overwritten
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[21:12] <pksato> 127.0.0.1 is not valid on most system.
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[21:12] <pksato> except if have a dns resolver, like bind or dnsmasq running.
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[21:13] <Budgii> back. pksato, it is indeed a temp fix.
[21:13] <DanielTheFox> :3
[21:13] <Budgii> where should I go from here?
[21:14] <audiopath> systemctl status systemd-resolved.service
[21:15] <Budgii> ok
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[21:16] <audiopath> there are different ways to (re)solve it
[21:16] <Budgii> on the loaded line: (/lib/systemd/system/systemd-resolved.service ; disabledl vendor present: enabled)
[21:16] <Budgii> then Active: inactive (dead)
[21:16] <audiopath> systemctl enable systemd-resolved.service
[21:17] <Budgii> cool. enabled
[21:17] <Budgii> Shall I reboot now?
[21:17] <audiopath> no
[21:17] <Budgii> ok
[21:17] <audiopath> systemctl start systemd-resolved.service
[21:17] <audiopath> systemctl status systemd-resolved.service
[21:18] <Budgii> active now
[21:18] <Budgii> :D
[21:19] <audiopath> you need to decide which method https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd-resolved
[21:20] <audiopath> automatic mode is with networkmanager
[21:20] <audiopath> i'd look into manual mode so you can learn a bit about systemd
[21:20] <Budgii> that would be nice. I'd like to learn more networking knowledge
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[21:22] <Budgii> going to reboot to see if this will hold
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[21:29] <audiopath> is it his only inet pc...? hmmm
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[21:38] <Budgii> I get what's happening now. when I reboot, DNS is getting overwritten in /etc/resolv.conf and the hacky command just edits that for me.
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[21:39] <Budgii> I'll have to come back to this in a little bit. But glad i'm getting a grip on whats going on. Thank you all!
[21:39] <audiopath> right, sudo touch /etc/systemd/resolved.conf.d/dns_servers.conf
[21:39] <audiopath> sudo nano /etc/systemd/resolved.conf.d/dns_servers.conf
[21:40] <audiopath> add your dns server there
[21:40] <audiopath> its one solution
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[22:04] <friendofafriend> ctcx: Responded there.
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[23:02] <dStruct> ali1234: are you around?
[23:03] <ali1234> hi
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[23:04] <dStruct> ali1234: so I'm working on building your rpi cpio image, and I'm stuck on the pydo init step, is there a reason my system wouldn't be finding pydo installed even though I installed it with pip3?
[23:04] <ali1234> yeah
[23:04] <ali1234> if it was the first time you used pip to install then ~/.local/bin won't be on your path
[23:05] <dStruct> ali1234: yup that's it, awesome, thanks!
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