#raspbian IRC Log


IRC Log for 2013-09-03

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[0:02] <Ubscene> My card is a sandisk ultraII class4 :D
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[0:02] <gnarface> interesting
[0:03] <gnarface> Ubscene: and you said you ran rpi-update?
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[0:03] <Ubscene> on pwnpi i ran rpi-update then removed that gpu_mem=16 and it booted again, but I really can't boot a standard raspbian
[0:04] <gnarface> i see
[0:04] <Ubscene> I can only boot the installer because it's older but after installing it won't boot again
[0:05] <gnarface> what sources.list didyou use/
[0:05] <gnarface> ?
[0:05] <Ubscene> with the installer?
[0:07] <Ubscene> i used mirrordirector.raspbian.org, with the pwnpi i had defaults sources, didnt check them honestly
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[0:14] <hurbert> is there any documentation I can read to determine what message to send the GPU to enable the HDMI interface?
[0:15] <hurbert> in lieu of docs can anyone direct me to the src files to look at in the raspbian source which controls this?
[0:17] <plugwash> general opinion seems to be that samsung and sandisk are about the best SD card manufacturers
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[0:57] <gnarface> hurbert: http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt
[0:57] <gnarface> hurbert: other stuff in there that is useful too, i'd recommend reading the whole thing even if you don't use it all
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[1:19] <CeilingKitten> re: [19:47] <plugwash> The raspberry pi foundation have a packages in their repository called "raspberrypi-bootloader", "libraspberrypi0" and "libraspberrypi-dev" which contains their firmware, kernel and videocore libraries, iirc it's not as bleeding edge as what rpi-update pulls though
[1:19] <CeilingKitten> i use rpi-update, and when i do apt-get update/upgrade, it holds back those 5 packages..
[1:19] <CeilingKitten> is there a reason why it seems to thing i have them but am not updating them ?
[1:19] <CeilingKitten> think*
[1:20] <plugwash> Have you tried apt-get dist-upgrade? maybe one of them picked up a new dependency or something
[1:22] <CeilingKitten> I have, I guess it doesnt update, because it assume rpi update is newer
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[1:24] * plugwash thought the packaging and rpi update would just stomp on each other, maybe rpi-update is doing something to block the updates to the packages for that reason
[1:24] <plugwash> rpi-update is IMO a quick hack that made sense at the time but should really have been retired long ago
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[1:52] <ShiftPlusOne> plugwash, what would be the debian way of updating/reverting something like the firmware to a specific commit?
[1:54] <plugwash> well if it had been packaged then you'd install the package, for unpackaged versions there isn't really a "debian way".
[1:54] <plugwash> maybe tools like rpi-update are a nessacery evil...................
[1:54] <ShiftPlusOne> Yeah, I just mean if it was packaged, you wouldn't really get every commit.
[1:55] <ShiftPlusOne> On something like gentoo, it's a breeze, but I think rpi-update may be necessary on raspbian. Though people probably use it when they don't need to a little too much.
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[2:51] <gnarface> just so i'm clear here, rpi-update will update my kernel too?
[2:52] <gnarface> i just realized i can request a specific version with rpi-update
[2:52] <gnarface> so, for example "rpi-update 5fcbae1010c1ba99a77bab5198508bb9e6964d03" seems to give me a firmware that has working cma again
[2:53] <gnarface> but i think it downgraded me to kernel 3.6.7 too
[2:54] <sney> maybe rpi-update should just be modified so it only changes the firmware and doesn't touch the kernel
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[3:11] <ShiftPlusOne> Well, that's already an option.
[3:15] * gnarface wonders if firmware 5fcbae1010c1ba99a77bab5198508bb9e6964d03 is the secret to making cma work, or if a newer kernel would still break it again
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[4:21] <soup_> Does anyone know if the repo mirrordirector.raspbian.org/raspbian/ is going really slow right now? I'm trying to install tightvncserver and it's crawling.
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[4:27] <hifi> it's a redirector, your local mirror it redirects you to might be slow
[4:28] <hifi> ShiftPlusOne: as firmware and kernel are both packaged, using them would be the debian way, plugwash didn't really point it out they *are* packaged
[4:29] <soup_> oh okay. Good to know. Thanks!
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[4:30] <hifi> by both parties too, raspbian and the foundation
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[4:31] <hifi> there is very little reason to use rpi-update unless you really want to break things and waste space on the SD card
[4:31] <ShiftPlusOne> hifi, sure, but I was specifically asking about updating to specific commits. Hosting every version of the firmware seems a little impractical
[4:31] <hifi> I doubt the firmware has many significant changes anymore, no?
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[4:34] <ShiftPlusOne> Probably not, but either way, that's where I see rpi-update being useful. On the forum, when people have issues, dom tends to push some commit that is meant to help and asks the person to update to that version and test it.
[4:34] <ShiftPlusOne> A limited use case, sure. But that's why I said rpi-update is probably overused.
[4:34] <hifi> way overused
[4:35] <hifi> while I agree it's a nice tool for people testing out stuff I'm worried "normal" users use it daily
[4:39] <ShiftPlusOne> yup
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[6:25] <zombieman> what would it take to get rca input raspberry pi
[6:31] <hifi> USB capture card
[6:31] <hifi> with linux drivers for v4l
[6:35] <zombieman> i have a easy cap but i was thinking there might be a brakeout bord for some vgs to digital inputs
[6:35] <zombieman> rca*
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[7:12] <gnarface> well, lets say i want the latest stable firmware CMA still works right with, and the current raspbian kernel, what's the right way to accomplish that without rpi-update?
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[12:55] <zombieman> can a ps3 over heat and shutoff if you put too much thurmalpaste in it
[12:56] <zombieman> before the whole processer was covered with arctic silver and it ran for a while then shutoff
[12:56] <zombieman> im trying this method now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyXLu1Ms-q4
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[13:01] <gnarface> zombieman: probably yes. thermal paste actually makes it hotter if you put extra on. the best amount to put on is the absolute minimum amount
[13:02] <zombieman> i did as the video did this time hope i didnt damage anything fist time with thurmal stuff
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[13:24] <zombieman> thanks hoq long do you think i should leave it running to make sure its stayiing cool
[13:30] <arnej> When I try weston on raspbian, I get my desktop out of my TV's bounds. Is there some way to configure the size?
[13:33] <zombieman> overscan?
[13:34] <arnej> I don't know if it's overscan. My desktop gets out of my TV's bounds when using the native resolution (1920x1080)
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[13:56] <zombieman> the fan seems to be getting pretty loud i hope it doesnt shut off
[13:56] <zombieman> the air feels lukewarm
[13:57] <nullie> thick layer of paste is bad
[13:57] <arnej> zombieman: If I disable overscan, my console doesn't fit on the screen anymore
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[13:59] <zombieman> i put to medium dots in the center
[14:00] <zombieman> uncomment these overscan_left=60 #Number of pixels to skip on left
[14:00] <zombieman> overscan_right-30 #Number of pixels to skip on right
[14:00] <zombieman> overscan_top=-55 #Number of pixels to skip on top
[14:00] <zombieman> overscan_bottom=-55 #number of pixels to skip on bottom in config.txt
[14:01] <zombieman> then play with there values until it fits i had to figure out my custom fit like that
[14:03] <arnej> will do, thanks
[14:03] <zombieman> dont forget ti uncomment disable_overscan=0 #Set to 1 to disable overscan
[14:05] <zombieman> nano /boot/config.txt if you need the location to that file
[14:06] <arnej> I knew that file, but didn't know there were these settings
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[14:07] <zombieman> ah ok good luck took me about a hour to get it perfect on a 5 inch tv
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[14:16] <gordonDrogon> a 5" TV is pretty small - need a magnifier to see it!
[14:19] <arnej> I tried to play around with it. The console size changes, but weston always comes up with the same size
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[14:25] <gnarface> zombieman: in my experience (though i've never looked in a ps3) most factory-mounted heatsyncs are done wrong (the common mistake is to apply liberally like its sandwich dressing) and when i re-do them myself with arctic silver 5 (or whatever) thermal compound there is an immediate noticeable temperature difference of several degrees at idle
[14:26] <gnarface> zombieman: nvidia video cards are especially badly done almost as though they want the things to burn out early...
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[14:27] <Tachyon`> they use horrible premade pads rather than proper compound usually
[14:27] <Tachyon`> which don't seem to work as well
[14:29] <gnarface> yea that melty foam stuff is the worst
[14:29] <gnarface> the clay isn't much better
[14:29] <gnarface> but i've seen mayonnaise treatment too
[14:30] <gnarface> most the time what you want is less than about a grain of rice
[14:30] <gnarface> (masked off with tape if its an fpga athlon)
[14:30] <gnarface> then some way to spread it real thin and evenly
[14:30] <gnarface> the edge of non-corrugated cardboard or plastic stock
[14:30] <gnarface> like a business card or takeout menu or grocery store club card usually do
[14:32] <gnarface> if it squirts out the sides visibly, you put too much on
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[14:37] <Deadlights> This may come off as stupid, but is the RCA output on Raspbian workable yet? I still have a few days before my first Pi gets in the mail, and I'm working through a hundred ideas here. Though I'm sure a few of you are familiar with that. ;)
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[14:40] <gnarface> Deadlights: its on by default, NTSC i think.
[14:40] <gnarface> Deadlights: configuration here for that, among other things: http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt
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[14:42] <Deadlights> Thank you very much. =)
[14:44] <gnarface> no problem
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[14:54] <Guest47968> Hi guys. Have a problem. Someone told me to install Raspberry pi on my Sylvania SYNET7WID. I'm wanting to turn it into a server but don't know what image to use. I plan to use python cgi scripts and host it on a LAN for the neighborhood to connect to wirelessly.
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[15:02] <hifi> Guest47968: raspbian-ua-netinst installs a minimal debian system, if you don't know what that is, bummer
[15:04] <hifi> though I don't know what 'install Raspberry pi on my Sylvania SYNET7WID' means
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[15:05] <Deadlights> Ummm... I thought Sylvania was a company that made cheap T.V.'s and boom boxes ages ago. Have they moved up in the world or something?
[15:06] <Guest47968> I was also told to get a softfloat image and I'm sure I could find it, just need to know what is compatible. The original article I'm referencing has wheezy-armel but the download link is gone.
[15:06] <oupa> hello, is there any hope to see one day radicale v0.8 to go into raspbian ? http://packages.debian.org/search?suite=sid&searchon=names&keywords=radicale
[15:06] <Guest47968> The "netbooks" they make are also cheap. They don't work at all with the included os and only have 128 RAM
[15:07] <Deadlights> Good to know some things never change. lol
[15:07] <hifi> why you need a softfloat image?
[15:07] <Guest47968> That's what the article said. Said hardfloat wouldn't work. http://cae2100.wordpress.com/2013/04/10/sylvania-netbook-debian-linux/
[15:08] <hifi> what the heck that has to do with raspberry pi
[15:08] <Deadlights> Nothing.
[15:08] <Deadlights> He apparently just wants help getting his shitty netbook running.
[15:09] <Guest47968> That was kind of the point of me coming here. I wanted to know which version was compatable with my hardware.
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[15:09] <hifi> raspberry pi is another computer
[15:10] <Deadlights> Doubt anyone has bothered to test it with an old Netbook 99% of the world never even knew existed. But, you could get lucky, I guess...
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[15:11] <Guest47968> The article was using it. I've tried contacting the site's owner but. . . Anyways thanks guys.
[15:11] <hifi> ..., raspberry pi is NOT an operating system
[15:12] <Guest47968> It's hardware. I've been dreaming of one for the last year. I know. But there is an operating system on it.
[15:12] <hifi> you're completely backwards
[15:12] <Deadlights> Well, you can flash an operating system to a card for it, at least.
[15:13] <Deadlights> And, why are you dreaming of one? They are $35 for the B type, $25 for the A type. Just buy one to play with.
[15:13] <Deadlights> I ordered mine the other day.
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[15:14] <Guest47968> Don't have $25 to spare.
[15:14] <Guest47968> That's why I'm hacking old hardware around the house. Just hacked my zipit and turned it into a mini debian laptop. Love it.
[15:15] <Deadlights> Well, I do applaud the initiative, at least.
[15:21] <PhotoJim> it's fun to run usable Linux on weird hardware.
[15:21] <Deadlights> Agreed.
[15:22] <Deadlights> Personally, I have an ODROID XU ordered just to see if I can configure it as a usable desktop replacement. - For the fun of it.
[15:22] <Deadlights> Have any of you guys seen those little mini-monsters yet?
[15:23] <PhotoJim> Not me.
[15:23] <Deadlights> http://www.hardkernel.com/renewal_2011/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G137510300620
[15:23] <Deadlights> Check the specs on that thing out.
[15:25] <PhotoJim> looks pretty good.
[15:25] <PhotoJim> USB 3.0 too, nice.
[15:25] <Guest47968> WOW. That's nice.
[15:25] <PhotoJim> too bad no eSATA but USB 3.0 is not too awful.
[15:25] <Deadlights> Yeah, especially when they give you two working USB 3.0 ports.
[15:27] <Deadlights> The emmc slot is really nice, too. Put your OS on storage with data transfer rates like that, and then your external storage hooked up with USB 3.0... Mmm...
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[15:27] <PhotoJim> it looks like it has an Ethernet port but one isn't listed in the specs. and they have an accessory GigE USB NIC.
[15:28] <PhotoJim> Ethernet should be built-in IMHO.
[15:28] <Deadlights> It is built in.
[15:28] <Deadlights> You can see it in the picture, and they talk about it in the unboxing video at the bottom.
[15:28] <PhotoJim> ahh, okay.
[15:28] <PhotoJim> 100BaseTX I'm gathering? or is it GigE?
[15:29] <Deadlights> If you click on the board detail at the top, it will show you everything on the board.
[15:29] <Deadlights> 10/100
[15:29] <PhotoJim> right.
[15:29] <PhotoJim> still, not terrible.
[15:29] <PhotoJim> my SheevaPlug has GigE, but only 1 x USB 2.0.
[15:31] <Deadlights> With the number of USB ports this one has, I am planning to just leave WIFI, Bluetooth, and Moue/Keyboard adapters plugged in all the time. Even with the external 3.0 drive that still leaves me with a 2.0 and 3.0 port free for whatever I need to temporarily plug in and out of it. =D
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[15:34] <PhotoJim> the second 3.0 port is USB OTG. trying to read the significance of that.
[15:34] <Deadlights> Just means you need an adapter.
[15:35] <PhotoJim> ahh.
[15:35] <PhotoJim> that's not so bad.
[15:35] <Deadlights> It still functions as the host.
[15:35] <Deadlights> Well, a host*
[15:35] <PhotoJim> and a USB 3.0 hub wouldn't be that awful.
[15:35] <Deadlights> Nope.
[15:35] <PhotoJim> I'm guessing OTG maybe can't power stuff the way a normal 3.0 port could, but for an external hard disk that wouldn't matter, if it were self-powered.
[15:36] <Deadlights> I'll test it for you when I get mine in, but it will probably be like a month from now. They don't even start shipping till the 10th.
[15:37] <Deadlights> They have an $89 quad core version without the USB 3.0 out now. Gotta admit, that's tempting too. lol
[15:38] <PhotoJim> sure.
[15:38] <PhotoJim> yeah, I bet.
[15:38] <PhotoJim> but I'd wait. USB 3.0 will be a major performance help.
[15:39] <PhotoJim> I just built a new server using a nice little Atom board by Supermicro. It lacked USB 3.0 so I through in a card to add that. seems silly not to have it on a modern machine unless high performance is not the goal.
[15:40] <Deadlights> Oh yeah, I am definitely getting the XU for my little desktop experiment. I was contemplating getting the U2 later on to build something with or make into a present for someone.
[15:40] <Deadlights> I could make a bad ass media server/gaming system with that for someone.
[15:41] <PhotoJim> right.
[15:41] <PhotoJim> you could.
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[15:44] <Deadlights> The Pi is the heart of my geekiest goal, however. =3
[15:47] <Deadlights> I want to get an old box for an Arcade machine and get it refinished. Maybe get one of my friends that works on the side as an artist to make it completely custom art. Then set the Pi up as the brain booting right into an emulator, and tied to the stick and buttons on the arcade machine. I'll probably use an LCD for the screen. =D
[15:53] <PhotoJim> sounds like a fun project.
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[15:57] <Marvin-RPi> hello all
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[16:07] <Deadlights> Thanks, Jim. I think it will be.
[16:07] <Deadlights> Also, hi, Marvin.
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[16:21] <Marvin-RPi> anyone here runs a mumble-server on a RPi model-B?
[16:22] <gnarface> Marvin-RPi: never tried, how does it work?
[16:23] <Marvin-RPi> it works great and it's very easy to set up
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[16:32] <passstab> Marvin-RPi, is there a how-to?
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[19:01] <dade`> hi everyone
[19:01] <dade`> i wanted to experiment gstreamer + gst-omx on a raspberry
[19:01] <dade`> i see that there is an unofficial "backport" for raspbian wheezy
[19:01] <dade`> i tried it but i have some bugs that i should debug
[19:02] <dade`> i have also seen there is jessie that includes gstreamer 1.0 and gst-omx
[19:02] <dade`> the question is, how mature is jessie ? should I expect it to almost work ?
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[19:09] <dade`> HELO
[19:10] <Lejoni> omg what happened to Jessie?
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[19:11] <azeem> heya, is there some definite documentation on how to boot-to-ssh headless on first boot with 2013-07-26?
[19:11] <azeem> should it just work[tm]?
[19:13] <Lejoni> azeem: I do not think it's enabled by default. But it's easy to enable in the setup that starts the first time you boot.
[19:13] <azeem> if you have a screen and keyboard
[19:14] <Lejoni> yeah that was a bit messy for me to. But worst case you can borrow the keyboard of your main computer and just hock it up to your TV
[19:14] <azeem> my main computer is a notebook and I don't have a TV
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[19:14] <dade`> so noone uses raspbian jessie here ?
[19:14] <azeem> my fault for not taking it along when I visited my parents last weekend, I know, but...
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[19:15] <Lejoni> azeem: a friend or neighbur?
[19:15] <Lejoni> dade`: Well I do not know but I do not
[19:15] <azeem> Lejoni: ehm, I don't ask for advice on how to get it hooked up, I was asking about headless
[19:16] <Lejoni> azeem: I feel you man. I was looking for the same thing. Did not find it. So had to get messy the first boot ok?
[19:21] <azeem> hrm, it seems to reboot-loop now, great
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[19:24] <azeem> btw, the /var/log/dpkg.log of the 2013-07-26 image is 1.1GB, is that a known issue?
[19:24] <azeem> or is that being purged on first reboot
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[19:30] <iTommix> Hi @ all... anyone able to help me with iptables?
[19:32] <Lejoni> iTommix: I never used it without a GUI before. I assume you asked The man already?
[19:33] <iTommix> Lejoni: manual u mean... omg... its horrible ;) i just need one additional rule to mine... but i stuck on this even i google'd around
[19:36] <Lejoni> -A, --append chain rule-specification. seams to be what you are looking for but I have no idea what a chain is in this case
[19:38] <iTommix> ok.. thats for append of course but not the rule itself... i have alreade a set of rules (in this case block every outgoing traffic on every port). but i need one open port (80) to one specific IP
[19:38] <sney> is shorewall available in raspbian? shorewall is great. all the power of iptables with human-readable config file syntax
[19:39] <iTommix> or maybe an online generator? actually i google for it
[19:39] <sney> so when you need to adjust something in your firewall config 9 months later you can just read it and know what's going on without having had to stay an expert on what it all means
[19:39] <Lejoni> I let my gateway be the firewall. It runs linux too, and it has a at least somewhat nice web GUI :)
[19:43] <Lejoni> iTommix: Now I remember! Install Webmin!
[19:43] <Lejoni> I remember using that many years ago to configure iptables
[19:43] <plugwash> There is a document out there titled iptables tutorial that does a pretty good job of explaining how iptables works
[19:44] <Marvin-RPi> Azeem, #sudo raspi-config ,disable startx, easy
[19:44] <sney> webmin, augh
[19:45] <Lejoni> Marvin-RPi: Thats disabled by default isnt it? also what he wants is SSH to be started with the first boot.
[19:45] <Marvin-RPi> can-do as well in rapi-config
[19:46] <iTommix> hm... there must be some online generator for this... w/o install anything more on my RPI
[19:46] <Lejoni> sney: what? I remember it working really well. but that was 10 years ago or so
[19:46] <Lejoni> Marvin-RPi: the FIRST boot
[19:47] <Lejoni> Marvin-RPi: as in when you have not been able to run raspi-config yet
[19:48] <Marvin-RPi> not possible
[19:48] <azeem> I think that'd be really welcome
[19:48] <Lejoni> azeem: Actually what I think you need is a dd immage of an already set up system. Just make sure the SD cards are the same size :D
[19:49] <azeem> there's certainly a couple of posts floating around claiming it might work, but with various dated images
[19:49] <azeem> anyway, I can't even seem to get the RPi to get an IP address on first boot via ethernet, so I'll stop here
[19:50] <Lejoni> azeem: well then you don't have DHCP set up in your router
[19:50] <Marvin-RPi> thatś what I said, itś not possible to setup headless during first boot
[19:51] <Lejoni> Marvin-RPi: I do have to agree with azeem that it would be a nice feature to have an img that has that made possible by having SSH start by default. then you should be able to run raspi-config in an SSH shell
[19:52] <Lejoni> But yeah I was lucky my main monitor IS a TV so just hocked it up to that and digged up an old keyboard
[19:53] <Marvin-RPi> oh, yes of course. But then you'll need a working and pre-setup image from another source. Out of the box images are not
[19:54] <azeem> Marvin-RPi: I was mainly asking whether there were some canonical changes one could do to the mounted SD image (like editing some files in /etc), that would lead to SSH starting up on first boot
[19:55] <azeem> I am aware the vanilla image isn't going to do it
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[19:59] <azeem> there's conflicting information
[19:59] <azeem> certainly the vanilla image has a /etc/rc2.d/K02ssh link
[20:00] <azeem> the 2013-07-23 one
[20:02] <plugwash> hmm, it may well have changed. I personally was always against having ssh open by default with a default password and maybe someone with more influence over the rpf than me complained about it
[20:03] <plugwash> Does just renaming the link from K02ssh to S02ssh work?
[20:03] <azeem> dunno
[20:03] <azeem> 21:50 < azeem> anyway, I can't even seem to get the RPi to get an IP address on first boot via ethernet, so I'll stop here
[20:03] <azeem> plugwash: people say one needs to configure openssh first, like creating the SSL keys
[20:04] <plugwash> anyway I haven't messed with a foundation image in a while do I don't know what they have done in their recent images
[20:05] <plugwash> and that includes knowing what if anything they have done about ssh host keys
[20:06] <azeem> I think I'll plug it into my notbook now, at least I can monitor the DHCP server then
[20:06] <azeem> plugwash: I'll keep you posted if I figure it out
[20:06] <azeem> 21:24 < azeem> btw, the /var/log/dpkg.log of the 2013-07-26 image is 1.1GB, is that a known issue?
[20:06] <azeem> is that something to report to the foundation?
[20:08] <plugwash> That does sound unexpectedly big
[20:12] <azeem> maybe my fs was corrupted again
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[20:28] <Lejoni> azeem: My dpkg.log on the Pi I am running my irssi screen on is less than half a MB. So ether it gets purged at setup or something is wrong with your img
[20:28] <azeem> yeah, I think this was file system corruption
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[20:32] <Lejoni> I'm also running a mumble server on this Pi and it works great :)
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[23:11] <Marvin-RPi> anyone uses #raspberrypi as well? i have a registered nickname, but still getting "Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services"
[23:11] <sney> Marvin-RPi: if you type
[23:11] <sney> '/msg nickserv info' do you see your registered account?
[23:12] <Marvin-RPi> yes sney
[23:12] <sney> and you still can't join #raspberrypi ? weird
[23:12] <sney> I'd say disconnect and reconnect
[23:13] <Marvin-RPi> i'll try
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[23:15] <Marvin-RPi> thnx sney, worked
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