#raspbian IRC Log


IRC Log for 2015-03-01

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[1:32] <advx_> Hello Good Morning All
[1:33] <advx_> Hi help needed, able to connect to my bluetooth adapter, also pair my bluetooth headphones, how can I send audio to bluetooth speakers form raspberry Pi 2...
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[3:13] <ICE-9> hello. my raspbian will boot to the desktop; but the clock is wrong and USB/Ethernet does not work. I can view the files on the SD card; and can mount it in a different computer. any fixes?
[3:13] <ICE-9> i think i lost power during an apt-get upgrade
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[3:14] <ICE-9> if i ssh to the pi; i get prompted for a username but that's it.
[3:17] <TheLostAdmin> ICE-9, try "sudo shutdown -Fr now" on the command line.
[3:17] <bigmac> has any one tried to setup the pi as a repeater
[3:17] <ICE-9> TheLostAdmin: keyboard/mouse/anything USB does not work.
[3:18] <ICE-9> i have 2 images on 2 seperate cards. the other images boots; so the PI is fine i _think_.
[3:18] <ICE-9> ^image sorry.
[3:20] <TheLostAdmin> Okay then. Something messed up either from the incomplete upgrade or the bad shutdown. Either way, rebuild the card.
[3:21] <TheLostAdmin> IF you can boot off the good card with the RPi and have a USB attached card reader, you should be able to run fsck to fix the filesystem on the bad card and get any files off it you want to keep before doing a full re-install.
[3:22] <ICE-9> there's a warning about the hw clock or something; and the date/time is wrong. could it be that; would prefer not to rebuild :)
[3:22] <ICE-9> i have a powered hub; and when keyboard/mouse is plugged in powered hub; doesn't work either. even tried fresh batteries.
[3:22] <TheLostAdmin> well... since there is no hardware clock on the PI, it sounds like the hardware clock emulation driver got toasted.
[3:22] <ICE-9> that bad?
[3:23] <ICE-9> or fixable?
[3:23] <TheLostAdmin> it's not actually that bad. it's that I'm not good enough to talk you through repairing the corrupted system over IRC.
[3:23] <ICE-9> so it's a complicated fix...
[3:23] <TheLostAdmin> Well, it's probably not that bad since you said you got a login prompt with ssh.
[3:23] <ICE-9> thanks for your help btw; just weighing options.
[3:24] <ICE-9> TheLostAdmin: i can enter my username but it hangs after i press enter.
[3:24] <TheLostAdmin> You probably need to run the fsck command to fix corruption on the filesystem and then repeat the upgrade process.
[3:25] <TheLostAdmin> filesystem corruption is not a hardware issue. It means files got half updated before the crash (a common thing to happen during crashes).
[3:25] <ICE-9> i was upgrading then screen went blue and red and green lights were solid.
[3:27] <TheLostAdmin> that sounds like a system crash to me.
[3:27] <ICE-9> oh no...
[3:27] <ICE-9> i can mount the drive with read access but that's it.
[3:28] <TheLostAdmin> Do you have a second SD card reader?
[3:28] <TheLostAdmin> that you can connect to a linux system?
[3:28] <ICE-9> just 1; 2 seperate cards.
[3:28] <ICE-9> i have an openbsd laptop.
[3:28] <ICE-9> this is a windows driver for ext3; says fsck support: http://www.ext2fsd.com/?page_id=2
[3:29] <TheLostAdmin> If openbsd can mount ext4 filesystems, you might be able to run fsck from there.
[3:29] <ICE-9> shows up in /mnt/ yes
[3:30] <ICE-9> backup before fsck?
[3:30] <TheLostAdmin> Is it the whole thing or just the files in /boot?
[3:30] <TheLostAdmin> Backup is always good.
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[3:31] <ICE-9> shows up as 2 partitions; 1 boot and 1 with all the stuff in /usr, /etc, /home, etc.
[3:31] <ICE-9> it boots to desktop; is there a way to stop that during boot to boot to a command line?
[3:32] <TheLostAdmin> okay good.
[3:32] <TheLostAdmin> yes, there is a way but I don't know it off-hand.
[3:33] <ICE-9> thank you so much TheLostAdmin I appreciate it :)
[3:34] <TheLostAdmin> When this is all done. I strongly suggest you keep your files on media other than the sd card used to boot the Pi. Even a USB thumb drive that you leave attached is fine.
[3:34] <advx_> Hi ppl got the bluetooth headset to work, via article:- http://www.rottenrei.be/posts/2013-07-25-bose-soundlink-on-the-raspberry-pi/
[3:34] <TheLostAdmin> That way, the idea of a full rebuild of the sd isn't as scary.
[3:34] <ICE-9> ^
[3:35] <ICE-9> some google search said to short 2 pins to reset the clock or something? but i think it was on the first model (have B+)
[3:36] <ICE-9> not doing that...
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[3:47] <advx_> bye 4 now ppl, have a great day...
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[3:50] <TheLostAdmin> I hope it's working for you ICE-9. I'm about to call it a night.
[3:51] <ICE-9> just mount and run fsck?
[3:52] <TheLostAdmin> That's the first step. It should fix any corrupted files. Then you need to finish the install and possibly re-install some software (that hardware clock thing makes me suspect the system clock kernel extension).
[3:52] <TheLostAdmin> Then, if I'm right and we didn't miss anything you should be back to normal.
[3:53] <ICE-9> alright. thanks again :)
[3:53] <TheLostAdmin> You're welcome. Good luck.
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[4:42] <ICE-9> windows wants to scan and fix issues.....guessing it's not the same as fsck
[4:42] <ICE-9> and i have 2 partitions; but no 'i' partition.
[4:42] <ICE-9> 'c' and 1 with no label.
[4:45] <ICE-9> would changing 'c' to 'i' fix?
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[5:59] <curiousduder> o/
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[6:10] <CuriousDuder> o/
[6:13] <CuriousDuder> has anyone else tried using raspbian to host xmbc/kodi/openelec on top of the raspbian img? I am running into an issue trying to get xbmc to install along with raspbian
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[6:53] <CuriousDuder> o/
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[8:19] <CuriousDuder> o/
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[10:23] <CuriousDuder> anyone successful installing xbmc/kodi on raspbian?
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[10:32] <vlt> CuriousDuder: Not sure if you meant this bis I downloaded the installer image for raspberry 2, put it on an sd card and booted the pi. Works.
[10:33] <vlt> s/bis/but
[10:34] <CuriousDuder> i have used the individual img for xbmc and openelec, but I read a section on the raspbian site about installing xbmc on raspbian
[10:34] <CuriousDuder> i went through that procedure and failed twice
[10:34] <CuriousDuder> what are you meaning with: 'bis'?
[10:35] <vlt> ^ 'but'
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[10:37] <CuriousDuder> still lost...
[10:37] <CuriousDuder> s/bis/but?
[10:39] <vlt> CuriousDuder: 'substitute "bis" by "but"'
[10:40] <CuriousDuder> and what is that supposed to do?
[10:40] <CuriousDuder> i am at work right now, without my pi
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[10:46] <lordievader> Good morning.
[10:47] <CuriousDuder> good morning
[10:48] <lordievader> Hey CuriousDuder
[10:48] <CuriousDuder> o/ how are you today lordievader?
[10:49] <lordievader> Doing okay, what about you?
[10:52] <CuriousDuder> not to bad... pis are up and running... just having an issue installing xbmc on raspbian, via the instructions from the raspbian website
[10:53] <CuriousDuder> http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianXBMC
[10:54] <CuriousDuder> i get to the point, make... then the make install.. and it keeps failing
[10:54] <CuriousDuder> trying to read up on it right now
[10:57] <lordievader> CuriousDuder: Never compiled XBMC sucessfully on a Raspberry
[10:57] <CuriousDuder> now, the xbmc or openelec imgs work great... i was just trying to get best of both worlds on them...
[10:58] <lordievader> I pulled xbmc once from openelec or something. It worked for a while. And then it wouldn't start anymore.
[11:04] <CuriousDuder> that isnt to good... if you cant get it stable... then it might take longer than i expected
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[11:05] <CuriousDuder> i wanted to have kodi and retropi as the complete package
[11:05] <CuriousDuder> is there a boot loader option for pi?
[11:06] <CuriousDuder> like... berryboot
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[11:15] <CuriousDuder> lordievader, have you ever used berryboot?
[11:15] <CuriousDuder> looks simple enough
[11:16] <lordievader> Berryboot?
[11:16] <lordievader> Hmm no.
[11:17] <lordievader> I have a kernel on my sdcard, that's enough ;)
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[11:17] <CuriousDuder> what do you use ur pi for? just another pc?
[11:19] <lordievader> CuriousDuder: It's my sound server. It runs PA with a proper soundcard. Pc's that want to output sound send their data to the Pi.
[11:20] <CuriousDuder> ahh, nice.
[11:20] <CuriousDuder> how did you end up connecting a sound card to it?
[11:21] <lordievader> CuriousDuder: Usb?
[11:21] <CuriousDuder> oh ok
[11:21] <CuriousDuder> interesting
[11:22] <lordievader> CuriousDuder: https://dawfreak.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/mbox1.jpg
[11:22] <CuriousDuder> thanks for the link
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[11:27] <CuriousDuder> I think that the next step is to try berryboot v2.0 and see if I can script something simple for rebooting back around to it... depending on shutdown/restart options per img
[11:27] <CuriousDuder> I am using a 16gb sd card... should have plenty of space
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[12:11] <akex2> Hy all
[12:12] <CuriousDuder> o/
[12:12] <akex2> What is the best ci MSD050 or SSD1953 for display lcd for raspberry
[12:14] <CuriousDuder> lol... very specific. I dont know, I use mine on hdmi devices and headless
[12:14] <CuriousDuder> i assume that you have googled both and looked into them... first for me is always price point, regardless of quality
[12:14] <akex2> CuriousDuder: thanks and you use touch tactil ?
[12:15] <CuriousDuder> nope... havent been down that route with the pis yet
[12:15] <akex2> Yes i looked on google
[12:15] <akex2> Ok thanks CuriousDuder
[12:16] <CuriousDuder> np
[12:16] <akex2> I want a lcd touch but a 5 inch and on ebay there are a men sell 2 display with diferrant ci
[12:17] <CuriousDuder> have you compared them with products from adafruit?
[12:18] <akex2> 2 day i see for buy it, and already see this ci
[12:19] <akex2> Nop how i can do this ? Do you have a link with a good description of display
[12:19] <CuriousDuder> i will link you some stuff from adafruit... they have some decent videos
[12:20] <akex2> Ok thx
[12:20] <CuriousDuder> http://www.adafruit.com/category/105
[12:21] <akex2> Its not very expensive but if don t work, i don t want buy it if it usless
[12:21] <akex2> Thx i read that
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[12:24] <CuriousDuder> np
[12:24] <CuriousDuder> hope it helps
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[12:34] <advx_> Hi all Good Evening...
[12:39] <akex2> Is not the easy way to conect touch screen and display ...
[12:40] <akex2> I don t knew the ci of tft adafruit
[12:45] <akex2> Look in particular for the STMPE610 detection and the ILI9340
[12:45] <akex2> Ok i find
[12:45] <akex2> I think the both of ci are compatible
[12:46] <CuriousDuder> good luck akex2
[12:47] <CuriousDuder> o/ advx_
[12:47] <advx_> hi CuriousDuder
[12:49] <advx_> any one using mplayer for mkv files?
[12:51] <CuriousDuder> not i
[12:51] <advx_> hmm
[12:51] <CuriousDuder> what is your plan/what are you trying to accomplish?
[12:52] <advx_> just play mkv file, but I m not getting audio from it...
[12:52] <advx_> omxplayer is working ok with audio too
[12:52] <CuriousDuder> using hdmi?
[12:53] <advx_> yep...
[12:53] <CuriousDuder> into hdmi or dvi?
[12:53] <CuriousDuder> just had to ask... cant see ur setup
[12:53] <advx_> audio via HDMI..
[12:54] <CuriousDuder> works fine with avi/mpeg4?
[12:54] <advx_> hmm yes...
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[12:57] <advx_> well avi , audio is bit laggy... and mp4 is really slow...
[12:57] <advx_> just found out
[12:57] <advx_> omxplayer is good...
[12:59] <CuriousDuder> it looks like there might be an extra step to get h264 support for mkv files.
[12:59] <advx_> hmm...
[12:59] <advx_> n e idea?
[12:59] <CuriousDuder> i havent used omxplayer yet
[12:59] <CuriousDuder> still looking
[12:59] <advx_> try it.. good one and good sound also...
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[13:01] <CuriousDuder> i use kodi, transcoding supports all file types... so, i dont hit these issues
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[13:02] <CuriousDuder> http://www.brianhensley.net/2012/07/how-to-get-1080p-videos-running-on-my.html
[13:04] <CuriousDuder> i knew nothing about omx until now... you can play files via ssh? very cool
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[13:05] <advx_> hmm... yep
[13:05] <CuriousDuder> all cmd line based? pretty cool. I will def check this out
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[13:05] <advx_> great
[13:05] <CuriousDuder> but, i dont know about the mkv thing... still reading... did that link help at all?
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[13:10] <CuriousDuder> you try messing with the hw audio cmd?
[13:10] <CuriousDuder> -w / --hw
[13:10] <advx_> means...
[13:10] <CuriousDuder> hw audio decoding
[13:10] <advx_> o...
[13:11] <advx_> what can that do... havent tried.
[13:11] <advx_> mplayer works with alsa
[13:11] <advx_> while omxplayer doesnt
[13:12] <advx_> with alsa I am also able to send audio to bluetooth audio devices
[13:12] <advx_> but dont know its background
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[13:16] <CuriousDuder> are you pulling from a stream or local media?
[13:16] <advx_> hmm not sure abt that...
[13:17] <CuriousDuder> are you trying to play the mkv from a stream or on a local hdd?
[13:17] <advx_> havent gotten to learn abt it
[13:17] <advx_> on local....
[13:17] <CuriousDuder> ok
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[13:19] <CuriousDuder> im just reading about this... i dont have an answer.. just reading and seeing if something pops up
[13:19] <CuriousDuder> that might help...
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[13:21] <CuriousDuder> If you are using HDMI and cannot hear any audio at all change the following PI configuration setting:
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[13:22] <CuriousDuder> edit the RasPI configuration file:
[13:22] <CuriousDuder> sudo nano /boot/config.txt
[13:22] <CuriousDuder> uncomment the line:
[13:22] <CuriousDuder> hdmi_drive=2
[13:22] <CuriousDuder> save the file and reboot the PI
[13:24] <advx_> raspi config is set to hdmi
[13:25] <advx_> its done...
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[13:29] <CuriousDuder> did it work?
[13:30] <advx_> nope ...
[13:30] <advx_> as I have already forced to HDMI
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[13:32] <CuriousDuder> ok..
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[13:35] <CuriousDuder> i assume that you have tried more than one mkv file?
[13:36] <CuriousDuder> mainly from what i have read, the issue comes from certain mkv files and the auto codec that is with them...
[13:38] <CuriousDuder> DTS vs AC3
[13:39] <CuriousDuder> $ /opt/vc/bin/tvservice -a
[13:41] <advx_> ok will try out others as well...
[13:41] <advx_> whats tvservice -a
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[13:42] <advx_> pcm ac3 supported...
[13:42] <advx_> tvservice -a
[13:42] <advx_> BRB
[13:42] <advx_> ...will b back...
[13:42] <CuriousDuder> if the mmkv is running a DTS, then that might be the issue
[13:42] <CuriousDuder> ok
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[15:05] <advx_> bye 4 now...
[15:05] <advx_> Had guests.
[15:05] <advx_> Good Night.
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[15:30] <CuriousDuder> kind of slow tongiht
[15:33] <OtterOtter> hi, i use_tempaddr = 2, when i run "ip -6 addr" i got "scope global temporary dynamic" and "scope global mngtmpaddr dynamic". what is mngtmpaddr?
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[15:50] <CuriousDuder> o/
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[15:50] <CuriousDuder> otterotter, did someone answer ur question?
[15:52] <OtterOtter> CuriousDuder: none yet
[15:52] <CuriousDuder> let me look something up
[15:53] <OtterOtter> CuriousDuder: thanks
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[15:58] <CuriousDuder> mngtmpaddr should be your MAC address
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[16:00] <CuriousDuder> or IFADDR, being the same thing... i assume that you didnt spoof you MAC?
[16:00] <CuriousDuder> *your
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[16:10] <CuriousDuder> ...
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[16:24] <TBJoe> does raspbian get security updates when doing apt-get update && apt-get install?
[16:26] <shiftplusone> yes
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[16:28] <TBJoe> ok so when I'm running a server and manage the packages with apt, I should always have the newest fixes when regularly running this command?
[16:29] <shiftplusone> yes, there's very little lag behind debian.
[16:30] <TBJoe> only that the version numbers lag behind two years in debian itself :p
[16:31] <ppq> i think by apt-get install you meant apt-get dist-upgrade, yea?
[16:31] <TBJoe> oups yes
[16:31] <ppq> :) ok
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[16:31] <shiftplusone> version numbers are irrelevant to security
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[16:31] <shiftplusone> old versions of the software are patched where security is concerned.
[16:31] <TBJoe> yeah I know, just couldn't resist :)
[16:32] <shiftplusone> you can always go to Jessie
[16:35] <TBJoe> I guess no need for my server to get the latest browser or something :)
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[17:43] <gh0stag3ntx> I'm trying to download a package onto my pi and I'm getting the following errors - ERROR: The certificate of `www.unrealircd.org' is not trusted. ERROR: The certificate of `www.unrealircd.org' hasn't got a known
[17:43] <gh0stag3ntx> How do I find the correct .pems and add them to the trust store ?
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[17:45] <gh0stag3ntx> anyone home ??
[17:46] <shiftplusone> got ca-certificated installed?
[17:46] <gh0stag3ntx> probably not - I'll start there, thanks
[17:46] <shiftplusone> *ca-certificates
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[17:49] <gh0stag3ntx> it says it's installed & is the newest version...
[17:51] <shiftplusone> is your date correct? (run 'date')
[17:51] <shiftplusone> (date and time)
[17:51] <gh0stag3ntx> yeah date is correct
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[17:52] <gh0stag3ntx> I had a pretty intelligent person tell me it was a matter of finding the correct .pems & adding them to the trust store but he's a busy guy and didn't want to make him walk me through it...
[17:53] * shiftplusone shrugs
[17:54] <gh0stag3ntx> lol
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[17:54] <gh0stag3ntx> maybe it would be easier to just use a different irc server package ?
[17:55] <gh0stag3ntx> any suggestions ?
[17:56] <shiftplusone> nope
[17:56] <Jusii> you're downloading it with what? wget?
[17:56] <gh0stag3ntx> yeah wget
[17:56] <Jusii> it has no check certificate option
[17:56] <gh0stag3ntx> I don't know ?
[17:57] <Jusii> I know
[17:57] <Jusii> --no-check-certificate or something close to that
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[17:57] <gh0stag3ntx> is what I need to add to the command to ignore the cert check ?
[17:57] <Jusii> right
[17:57] <gh0stag3ntx> thanks, I'll give it a try
[17:58] <gh0stag3ntx> Thank you !
[17:59] <gh0stag3ntx> Your awesome
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[18:01] <shiftplusone> that's just cheating, Jusii
[18:01] <Jusii> :)
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[18:02] <Jusii> (just had the exact same problem, but being in jan 1 1970 was my problem)
[18:03] <shiftplusone> yeah, glitchy flux capacitors will do that.
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[18:11] <eggy> Raspbian GNU/Linuxxx 7 rasppi ttyAMA0 <-- lol
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[18:29] <ankan^> I normaly run the printer through a x86 based machine but with Cups along with RPi1, the print takes alot longer to do and the cpu is on full load constantly.. would a RPi2 make it faster? Sure the frequenzy is higher but does Cups support multithreaded utilization?
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[18:33] <Getty> its not like that its 2 of the same one in there ;) of course its significant faster even on one thread
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[18:34] <Getty> and if you have 4 instead of 1 core that is already removing other load from the main threads
[18:35] <Getty> so ..... yeah there is literally not one point that might be equal to before ;)
[18:37] <ankan^> I do understand one part of what you are saying, that the new cores would unload the one!
[18:39] <ankan^> But my questions was about cups, can it utilze 4 cores?
[18:40] <Getty> i doubt, but as i explained: you are getting a speed gain, isnt that the core of what you want to achieve?
[18:41] <Getty> you are putting it like it wouldnt be a big gain without multithread usage, but there is already
[18:42] <ankan^> my load on the system without cups is on average 0.10 on the rpi1
[18:42] <ankan^> The print is very slow!
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[18:45] <ankan^> I want a real boost of performance, i can either buy a rpi2 or just plan ahead for a Celeron J1800 / 1900
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[18:48] <Getty> then i bet you got the common I/O problem
[18:49] <Getty> try to make a little ram disc for the filesystem areas that cups is using, i know bold statement on a raspberry ;)
[18:49] <Getty> but the SD card is like _REALLY REALLY REALLY_ slow in compare to anything on a normal linux
[18:49] <ankan^> ok
[18:50] <Getty> also check if there was someone nuts enough who might made a raspberry pi optimized printserver ;) worth a search
[18:50] <ankan^> true, im asking around on the subject to get a freshmindset, thx
[18:51] <Getty> btw the SD card problem would also reduce with Rpi2 ;-)
[18:51] <Getty> its actually funny, SD card + linux on raspberry pi is slower as SD card on a bare ARM with 64k ram and a 1/10th of the MHz
[18:52] <Getty> just to also show how much shit linux shuffles between sdcard and the actual data usage ;)
[18:52] <Getty> so all the low speed of the sd card gets brutally added to all the extra work linux does on a file layer... its actually a little like a horrible car accident if you take it objective ;)
[18:54] <ankan^> is there a way to monitor the read and writes to the sd / disc? :)
[18:54] <Getty> yeah sure, add up on the bottleneck ;-)
[18:54] <ankan^> kinda obsessed with tmux and monitor in screens ;)
[18:54] <Getty> dont forget, a shell is expansive
[18:54] <Getty> do you know how much ram a shell eats?
[18:54] <ankan^> hehe
[18:54] <ankan^> no
[18:55] <Getty> you should find out for yourself ;) you might be shocked ;)
[18:55] <jakllsch> depends on the shell
[18:55] <jakllsch> bash probably is a pig
[18:55] <Getty> yeah sure!
[18:55] <Getty> assuming bash, yes
[18:55] <Getty> but people often ignore the shell, forgetting that its still consuming the ram even if it goes to the swapo at some point
[18:56] <Getty> like going to the server to start screen and then in the screen start something up => 2 shells in background + screen (which eats like a shell)
[18:58] <ankan^> Maybe i should close the tmux session filled with bash shells? :(
[18:58] <Getty> heehheehe
[18:58] <Getty> see what i mean ;)
[18:58] <ankan^> I shall try the printing tomorrow! May help alot, lets hope so!
[18:59] <Getty> ankan: its not making your cups situaion better (as it for sure is not RAM problem)
[18:59] <Getty> ankan: but in general it should be reminded that you are not like a system with several GB ram
[18:59] <ankan^> ok
[19:01] <ankan^> Im planning ahead for a openbsd router / home server thingy.. then the actual performance could be needed with that openvpn.. heard it can require some cpu!
[19:01] <ankan^> which was why i mentioned celeron
[19:01] <ankan^> I love my fanless rpi setup and i want a x86 fanless setup for the future
[19:01] <Getty> pfff... its a server
[19:02] <Getty> better find a cool position in your home where you dont mind
[19:02] <Getty> thats leet
[19:02] <Getty> a server in the wall
[19:02] <ankan^> hehe
[19:02] <Getty> or "at" the wall
[19:02] <ankan^> Yea headless for the win
[19:02] <Getty> http://i.imgur.com/RWiIuup.jpg
[19:02] <ankan^> But i live in a small place
[19:02] <Getty> see the machines on the wall?
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[19:03] <ankan^> yea :)
[19:03] <Getty> thats the common IKEA "computer under table" hold
[19:03] <Getty> er
[19:03] <ankan^> ok
[19:03] <Getty> just cut something off, so that you can put it on the wall, its perfect with a stripe to "hold" the computer
[19:03] <Getty> and that you could install in the floor => free cooling
[19:03] <ankan^> ah
[19:03] <Getty> and if you put it up near the ceiling you got even robbery protection ;)
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[19:04] <ankan^> ^v^
[19:04] <Getty> more l33t as fanless, eh? ;-)
[19:04] <ankan^> Thats really a nice setup you got!
[19:05] <ankan^> btw
[19:05] <Getty> thanks
[19:05] <Getty> i actually thought about making a career as workspace designer ;)
[19:05] <qtpi> wait, that's your setup?
[19:05] <Getty> yes
[19:05] <ankan^> The chair do not look very friendly tho ;)
[19:06] <Getty> ankan: thats just the guest chair ;)
[19:06] <qtpi> nice.
[19:06] <ankan^> ah, way to show guests not to stay for long =)
[19:06] <Getty> http://i.imgur.com/xxgUJ91.jpg btw ;) blue is cool ;)
[19:06] <Getty> ankan: now i have 2 comfortable chairs
[19:07] <ankan^> I use Ikea Marcus for a chair <3
[19:07] <Getty> looks not that bad
[19:08] <ankan^> Not proper for forward facing, writing and such.. but very nice for movie and feet on a old computer
[19:08] <Getty> yeah the feet stand is very important
[19:08] <Getty> i also got a huge cable channel behind the table, no cable coming down
[19:08] <Getty> and there is GIGANTIC amount of power supplies behind
[19:09] <Getty> and a real "administration way" behind the monitors to reach all that easily
[19:09] <qtpi> let's hope you never need a pacemaker.
[19:09] <Getty> i can replace a harddisc without even sitting down or moving anything
[19:09] <Getty> hehe
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[19:10] <ankan^> I got outlets strapped with zipties(think thats the word in english) undernearth the table.. so all cables hang and barely touch the floor.. but its a mess anyway
[19:12] <ankan^> the extended thing is ziptied that is.. im not putting anything on the adaptors and such ;)
[19:15] <Getty> yeah just attach a giant cabel channel on the back of the table
[19:15] <Getty> but you need distance between table and wall
[19:15] <Getty> thats the most commmon mistake, putting the table at the wall
[19:15] <Getty> not leaving a "maintaince way"
[19:16] <ankan^> danger? or just for easy access? :o
[19:16] <Getty> well wild wires are danger, arent they?
[19:16] * Getty is german... everything must be secure
[19:17] <ankan^> ^_-
[19:17] <Getty> if you have the table at the wall you will make all kind of wild constructions over time
[19:17] <Getty> the hole you made will be not enough, you go there around here around
[19:17] <Getty> and in the end you are just the kraken
[19:17] <Getty> and once a year i rip out all cables and rewire everything
[19:18] <Getty> which is much easier as it sounds if you do ALL AT ONCE
[19:18] <ankan^> :)
[19:18] <Getty> i can move out the complete table and just sit in the empty room and organize the cable
[19:18] <Getty> then move in the table and connect it to the main flow
[19:18] <Getty> 3-4 hours, max
[19:18] <ankan^> Its good to have such cleaning sessions from time to time!
[19:18] <Getty> its essential on the amount of wires i have ;)
[19:19] <Getty> and i still need more
[19:19] <TheLostAdmin> Ah German engineering. Now if only we could get you lot to adopt Italian styling to what you make.
[19:20] <Getty> well i am working with a switzer designer ;)
[19:20] <Getty> if that helps? ;)
[19:20] <Getty> http://srdemo.vbs.io/
[19:20] <Getty> is the webinterface of the ARM device i am right now finishing for selling
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[19:22] <TheLostAdmin> it's a start.
[19:23] <Getty> :-P
[19:23] <Getty> you are funny ;)
[19:24] <TheLostAdmin> Thanks
[19:26] <TheLostAdmin> Am I messing with the lights on your RPi with that website? I don't exactly speak or read German.
[19:26] <Getty> TheLostAdmin: no its a demo, its the simulator software which uses the session as state machine
[19:26] <TheLostAdmin> Ah
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[19:26] <Getty> TheLostAdmin: its not really doing what the real hardware does in the way that are effecting the lights, but the interface is identical
[19:27] <Getty> and you can even use the backup file from the demo on the real machine and other around
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[19:38] <ankan^> How do you check mem use of process id? pid
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[19:41] <jakllsch> ankan^: ps?
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[19:42] <ankan^> memory use
[19:45] <jakllsch> yes
[19:46] <jakllsch> something like; ps -o pid,size,rss,vsize --pid `echo $PPID`
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[19:49] <ankan^> hmm that did the trick in some way, tho i dont understand right away!
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[19:50] <ankan^> Thanks however!
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[20:33] <Getty> its no trick, its call "parameters" awesome feature ;)
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[22:00] <impure_hate> are there minimal raspbian images available somwhere?
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[22:05] <Peio> yeah impure_hate
[22:06] <Peio> for pi 1 or 2 ?
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[22:06] <impure_hate> 1
[22:06] <impure_hate> Peio: A+
[22:06] <Peio> https://github.com/debian-pi/raspbian-ua-netinst
[22:06] <Peio> you can use this to install raspbian
[22:06] <Peio> or this premade image: https://minibianpi.wordpress.com/
[22:06] <Peio> or this one: http://www.linuxsystems.it/raspbian-wheezy-armhf-raspberry-pi-minimal-image/
[22:07] <impure_hate> thanks
[22:07] <impure_hate> I'm trying to build one but no luck so far
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[22:59] <sine0> hey guys, im having trouble with exim4 inserting DKIM into my emails, has anyone here got any experience with that
[23:00] <sine0> do you think the group/perms for the key would affect it : http://dpaste.com/0AW0H4T
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[23:19] <pred8tr> Hola
[23:20] <pred8tr> I am trying to monitor a USB IR remote with my pi.
[23:21] <pred8tr> USB id is 1d57:3412
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[23:23] <pred8tr> Once, many moons ago a buddy of mine with much more linux knowledge than I, showed me how he could cat a device and see the activity on the IRC receiver.
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[23:28] <pred8tr> DMESG gives the following PS3 Controller as /devices/platform/bcm2708_usb/usb1/1-1/1-1.3/1-1.3:1.0/0003:1D57:3412.0003/input/input2
[23:29] <pred8tr> How do I cat this device?
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[23:42] <pred8tr> Perhaps a better question is how to I see output from button presses on the IR remote?
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