— Log opened Fri Apr 01 00:00:56 2016 — Day changed Fri Apr 01 2016 2016-04-01T00:00:56 oh, and another time I were overtaking a row of cars, I made the same realization, and the fucker I just passed decided to refuse letting me back in 2016-04-01T00:01:26 so there I were, in the opposing lane, corner coming up, and there’s a fucker next to me that’s not letting me back in 2016-04-01T00:01:31 I really dislike the collision avoidance in older volvos 2016-04-01T00:01:49 they don’t let you accelerate until the target is gone or you have reached walking speed 2016-04-01T00:01:57 heh 2016-04-01T00:02:45 which is like wat if it happens to you 2016-04-01T00:04:04 -!- johntramp [~john@unaffiliated/johntramp] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T00:04:51 -!- tecdroid [~icke@echelon.c-base.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T00:04:54 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T00:07:17 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T00:14:24 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-01T00:16:29 -!- nn77 [~nn7@155.31.134.100] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T00:32:29 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.51] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T00:37:56 cucks I found the serial number 2016-04-01T00:43:29 for logs it’s offset: 0000ABD8 – 0000ABDD and it’s in acsii format 2016-04-01T00:47:26 I wonder if there is some checksum to ruin 2016-04-01T00:48:35 i don’t think it would include manipulation of serial number 2016-04-01T00:48:56 because having like individual checksums for every device nana 2016-04-01T00:51:52 GD32F103, STM32f103 counterfet? lol 2016-04-01T00:53:39 http://zeptobars.com/en/read/GD32F103CBT6-mcm-serial-flash-Giga-Devices 2016-04-01T00:53:58 see last textline 2016-04-01T00:54:01 o/ 2016-04-01T00:54:05 cuck32 2016-04-01T00:54:34 trigger’d 2016-04-01T00:55:26 its it legal? 2016-04-01T00:55:40 Some website claims it is not authorized by STM32 2016-04-01T00:55:49 but that website talks about arm licence fees 2016-04-01T00:55:55 I think it just “happens to be compatible” 2016-04-01T00:56:07 also “happens to follow naming scheme” 2016-04-01T00:57:08 so thats β€œlegal” 2016-04-01T00:57:19 or legal enough where they bother to pay arm licence fees 2016-04-01T00:58:19 at least it’s not provided by st licenced distributors to say 2016-04-01T00:58:46 where to buy that anyways? 2016-04-01T01:01:31 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T01:02:06 -!- mumptai [~calle@x4d0afde2.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T01:11:27 fucking finally 2016-04-01T01:11:37 oh, march 12 2016-04-01T01:11:39 I missed it 2016-04-01T01:13:45 thanks 2016-04-01T01:43:06 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMQkV5cTuoY 2016-04-01T01:46:18 ahahaha 2016-04-01T01:46:27 os bicycle inner tube butyl? 2016-04-01T01:46:29 is 2016-04-01T01:52:02 is “shoe repair glue” any good? 2016-04-01T01:52:30 kakimir try ##glue-experts 2016-04-01T01:53:44 ty mate 2016-04-01T01:54:16 oh 2016-04-01T01:54:23 ahahaha 2016-04-01T01:54:26 didn’t see that one comming πŸ˜€ 2016-04-01T01:54:30 * mitrax_ changes topic to ‘FUCK YOU KAKIMIR’ 2016-04-01T01:54:30 * kakimir (kakimir@sienimetsa.wtf) has joined ##glue-experts 2016-04-01T01:54:53 :p 2016-04-01T01:55:49 kakimir: is that for your snowmobile seat still? 2016-04-01T01:58:40 sure 2016-04-01T01:58:54 I like to you know.. think things thru 2016-04-01T01:59:41 I think I first bind it with CA 2016-04-01T01:59:49 then I use rubber cement 2016-04-01T02:00:01 and throw some butyl at it 2016-04-01T02:00:16 meaning bicycle inner tube 2016-04-01T02:09:29 http://i.imgur.com/S8dcXMl.jpg 2016-04-01T02:10:41 when btw is the epic election? 2016-04-01T02:10:49 do you support trump Laurenceb_ ? 2016-04-01T02:11:06 he already voted for him 2016-04-01T02:11:52 you voted already Sync ? 2016-04-01T02:14:18 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T02:14:47 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T02:19:16 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T02:23:11 I am trump 2016-04-01T02:24:23 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-38-65.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T02:24:26 I don’t buy that 2016-04-01T02:31:52 how did trump get where he is now? 2016-04-01T02:32:34 he doesn’t feel like having the muscle to build an empire 2016-04-01T02:32:44 I am become trump, the destroyer of america 2016-04-01T02:33:31 you make him do crazy things with shake of your wand? 2016-04-01T02:35:03 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T02:35:17 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T02:35:33 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@host152-120-dynamic.51-79-r.retail.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T02:35:45 he has been pumping his precidency for like 2 decades 2016-04-01T02:36:11 or even more 2016-04-01T02:36:51 or who has been 2016-04-01T02:47:02 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-01T02:48:07 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-01T02:51:49 deal effective april fools day, 2016 2016-04-01T02:52:10 oh yeah it’s that time of the year again 2016-04-01T02:52:17 it’s “day to stay the fuck off the internet” day 2016-04-01T02:52:41 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T02:52:55 ohsix: you kidding me? 2016-04-01T02:53:18 it’s a religious day for every fucking neckbeard who thinks they have a half a sense of humour 2016-04-01T03:08:00 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: leaving…] 2016-04-01T03:19:01 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-01T03:19:45 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T03:19:59 http://i.imgur.com/l2UScRu.jpg?1 2016-04-01T03:39:58 http://imgur.com/NMddw5K 2016-04-01T03:40:54 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-01T03:43:54 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T03:54:35 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T03:56:52 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T03:59:07 zyp, none, so just order today and i’ll be here friday 2016-04-01T04:03:42 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T04:10:00 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T04:12:57 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T04:15:17 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T04:15:37 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T04:17:55 http://abiogenisis.deviantart.com/art/The-Lord-and-the-Colonel-422794976 2016-04-01T04:25:27 http://abiogenisis.deviantart.com/art/Contact-523746143 2016-04-01T04:26:58 crash course pop science format 2016-04-01T04:28:09 is a* 2016-04-01T04:33:15 you racist 2016-04-01T04:35:48 raccist! 2016-04-01T04:38:31 secret color 2016-04-01T04:38:44 TBD 2016-04-01T04:40:49 this guy is a god 2016-04-01T04:40:51 http://redlum.xohp.pagesperso-orange.fr/laser/modeanalysis.html#summary 2016-04-01T04:41:26 I’m tempted to make a FWCW LIDAR 2016-04-01T04:41:34 *FMCW 2016-04-01T04:46:21 apart from the labview 2016-04-01T04:52:31 http://hololaser.kwaoo.me/laser/pics/IMG_0479s.jpg 2016-04-01T04:53:32 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.81.211] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T04:54:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T04:55:03 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T04:57:16 pew pew 2016-04-01T04:57:35 http://www.horiba.com/fileadmin/uploads/Scientific/Documents/Fluorescence/nanoled_brochure.pdf 2016-04-01T04:57:40 lul millenium dome 2016-04-01T04:59:57 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T05:20:57 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T05:26:07 random question 2016-04-01T05:26:17 say I have some c on a PC and I allocate 2016-04-01T05:26:22 then read all the ram 2016-04-01T05:26:34 whats to stop that ram being full of secrets? 2016-04-01T05:26:41 from previous application? 2016-04-01T05:29:24 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T05:30:35 this guy is a massive trawl https://twitter.com/MatthewDoyle31?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author 2016-04-01T05:36:40 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T05:41:22 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T05:45:51 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T05:47:03 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T05:48:45 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T05:50:49 http://i.imgur.com/0FfqzhX.jpg 2016-04-01T05:55:51 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T05:57:26 i dont get it 2016-04-01T06:01:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@c-73-42-162-67.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:01:57 omg omg omg 2016-04-01T06:01:58 https://www.twitch.tv/adafruit 2016-04-01T06:02:09 LADYADA PLAYS EAGLE 2016-04-01T06:02:14 attn dongs 2016-04-01T06:02:32 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@c-73-42-162-67.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-01T06:02:32 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:04:02 this is like major wank/beatoff material for dongs 2016-04-01T06:04:07 i guess you wouldnt understand 2016-04-01T06:04:19 hes into all of those things 2016-04-01T06:04:23 and when you combine them 2016-04-01T06:04:28 it reaches critical wank 2016-04-01T06:06:34 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T06:11:18 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:11:59 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:12:07 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T06:16:27 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T06:17:11 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:19:18 -!- amstan [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:20:54 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:22:22 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T06:32:03 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T06:34:10 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.81.211] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-01T06:42:41 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T06:46:18 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-01T06:46:51 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:02:47 it says POLCE, stoners 2016-04-01T07:04:29 wot 2016-04-01T07:06:23 PeterM: my pops is OK, he ran a quad into a barbed wire fence. possibly while chasing off a roo with a knife 2016-04-01T07:06:36 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@c-73-42-162-67.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:06:37 hahaha 2016-04-01T07:06:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@c-73-42-162-67.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-01T07:06:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:06:53 what a dumbass 2016-04-01T07:07:15 he have a bit to drink or..? 2016-04-01T07:08:07 who knows 2016-04-01T07:08:47 bit too much fostahs 2016-04-01T07:09:16 no such thing 2016-04-01T07:09:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T07:10:10 maybe bundy 2016-04-01T07:10:13 bundy n coke 2016-04-01T07:11:32 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:12:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-01T07:13:34 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:20:27 do many people here not use cash anymore? 2016-04-01T07:20:44 if you’re one of those conspiracy dipshits, please feel free to fuck right off before speaking 2016-04-01T07:27:42 currency is so 20th century 2016-04-01T07:27:54 we only use dunning-krugerands 2016-04-01T07:29:25 only reason i have cash is for the milkman, cuz his lte pos is spotty in the countryside 2016-04-01T07:29:53 so bucolic 2016-04-01T07:30:29 0/10 2016-04-01T07:31:53 dunning-krugerrands lol 2016-04-01T07:33:19 i dont use much cash, mainly just electronic forms of payment 2016-04-01T07:33:27 cash jsut isnt practical anymore 2016-04-01T07:34:03 always carry some, but rarely use it 2016-04-01T07:34:17 heh 2016-04-01T07:35:25 I once took $400 worth of coins to a coin sorter at the bank 2016-04-01T07:35:34 i havent carried any for a long time, such that over the christmas holidays i withdrew some cash spent a small amount and then completely forgot about it 2016-04-01T07:35:41 stood there feeding them in for about 1/2 hour 2016-04-01T07:36:07 filled up the internal hoppers and they had to swap them out. 2016-04-01T07:36:12 lol 2016-04-01T07:37:11 itd be easier to carry cash if there were no denominations less than $1 2016-04-01T07:37:36 but its already obsolete 2016-04-01T07:37:38 these days, less than $5 2016-04-01T07:37:51 aus^ 2016-04-01T07:38:21 makes sense tho 2016-04-01T07:38:24 http://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=AUD&to=CAD&view=1M 2016-04-01T07:38:25 fufu latte is $5 2016-04-01T07:38:28 just put down $5 2016-04-01T07:38:34 no reason for any decimals 2016-04-01T07:38:37 but but taxes! 2016-04-01T07:39:13 fufu latte + fufu tax = $5 2016-04-01T07:40:51 anyone done anything with those Lattice iCE40 Ultra parts? 2016-04-01T07:41:25 with pc fans, the 3 wire ones are just vdd+gnd+rpm reading, and the 4 wire ones also have a wire of setting the RPM right? 2016-04-01T07:41:37 the 48-pin QFN looks doable with normal processes 2016-04-01T07:41:50 only costs $6 in small qty 2016-04-01T07:42:12 ordered a few from Mouser for grins 2016-04-01T07:42:30 upgrdman, yeah, Vin, GND, RPM (1 p[ulse per cycle), PWM in 2016-04-01T07:42:41 cool 2016-04-01T07:42:51 heh – fans, cool 2016-04-01T07:42:55 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T07:42:56 ISWYDT 2016-04-01T07:42:58 iirc they expect 38khz pwm~ 2016-04-01T07:43:11 is there a name for the four wire fans, other than “four wire” ? i need some 24v fans 2016-04-01T07:43:24 emeb_mac, is it 420 there or something? 2016-04-01T07:43:42 PeterM: uhhh… yeah. 2016-04-01T07:43:45 upgrdman, they dont come i n24v, they’re part of the ATX spec iirc 2016-04-01T07:43:57 actually it’s absinthe-o’clock 2016-04-01T07:44:26 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-01T07:45:10 PeterM, well ya but surely they make 24v version of industrial use? 2016-04-01T07:45:26 there are lots of 24v fans, not many that follow the ATX spec with PWM and RPM etc 2016-04-01T07:46:17 i plan to read and write rpm via an fpga, i dont care if they meet atx spec 2016-04-01T07:46:28 i just need fans with the same connector that 4wire atx fans use 2016-04-01T07:52:14 ya i need cheap chinese fans 2016-04-01T07:52:20 literally, from china 2016-04-01T07:52:23 im in china atm 2016-04-01T07:53:00 no ghetto rigging 2016-04-01T07:53:04 this is for production 2016-04-01T07:53:37 wtf tho, im on aliexpress and these fans are more expensive than shitz i can buy in the usa 2016-04-01T08:04:23 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f77721f.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T08:16:27 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-86ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T08:20:19 tonights news, elon musk dickstarts iCar with 15″ touchscreen and zero car-related specs probably making it invalid even for dickstarter 2016-04-01T08:24:34 a $35k wind turbine will save me way more money than a $35k golfcart 2016-04-01T08:24:43 maybe even 100x 2016-04-01T08:35:16 upgrdman, jsut get mornal 24v fan, and pwm it, fuck it 2016-04-01T08:35:26 just pwm it above the audible range 2016-04-01T08:35:30 like 30khz 2016-04-01T08:35:35 40khz 2016-04-01T08:36:01 writing code for a PCB that’s already done 2016-04-01T08:36:10 kek 2016-04-01T08:36:13 urfucked 2016-04-01T08:36:15 ya :/ 2016-04-01T08:37:06 fuck it, the fan connector is 0.1″ iirc, jsut make a 4pin daughter board 2016-04-01T08:37:07 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-86ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-01T08:37:34 like “yeah, nah, doesnt work, heres the fix *glasses on* deal with it” 2016-04-01T08:38:17 heh 2016-04-01T09:05:08 heh 2016-04-01T09:05:21 you mean the fact that it’s a stupid idea is not enough? 2016-04-01T09:06:14 “As my bio suggests, I am not an accomplished programmer, but programming follows very understandable conventions which can be employed, such as Strings, Characters, Variables and Constants. I can never memorize an entire language, but I can be accurate.” 2016-04-01T09:06:48 a guy who doesn’t understand programming wants to revolutionize it 2016-04-01T09:06:49 great. 2016-04-01T09:07:41 ah, I didn’t watch it 2016-04-01T09:07:45 just read the text 2016-04-01T09:07:51 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21iUUe-W8L4 2016-04-01T09:11:06 oh, that kickstarter video is 18 minutes… 2016-04-01T09:13:34 I did some bad math when I was little and for a couple of hours I thought I stumbled upon something amazing 2016-04-01T09:13:42 I thought I managed to compress 8 bits into 7 2016-04-01T09:14:11 good thing there was no kickstarter back then 2016-04-01T09:14:20 else I would have made an ass of myself on an international scale 2016-04-01T09:15:43 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-01T09:17:25 I use the Nokia app 2016-04-01T09:17:33 it only works with offline maps 2016-04-01T09:17:49 and it’s much better than anything else on android 2016-04-01T09:18:03 Here maps is called 2016-04-01T09:18:30 I don’t really understand why they released it on android tho 2016-04-01T09:18:40 it sounds like a seriously bad move 2016-04-01T09:18:49 considering it was a big selling point for nokia phones 2016-04-01T09:19:07 they have 0 to gain from it 2016-04-01T09:19:27 you don’t have to register or do anything 2016-04-01T09:22:19 jadew: didn’t nokia release here maps for android only in 2014, after selling the phones off in 2013? 2016-04-01T09:22:34 jpa-, ah, didn’t know they sold their phones 2016-04-01T09:22:39 yeah, it’s rather new on android 2016-04-01T09:22:49 who did they sell them to? 2016-04-01T09:22:56 microsoft.. you missed that? πŸ˜€ 2016-04-01T09:22:59 yeah 2016-04-01T09:23:05 I thought they had a partnership 2016-04-01T09:23:22 they did, and then they sold when they saw that lumia was not going anywhere 2016-04-01T09:23:57 jpa-, it was probably a good move 2016-04-01T09:24:04 but I wonder why they didn’t adopt android 2016-04-01T09:24:25 yeah.. in retrospect they would probably have done fine as an android phone maker 2016-04-01T09:24:42 ohsix, they were dead because of the shitty OS 2016-04-01T09:24:51 they always made good phones 2016-04-01T09:24:59 if only they went Android… 2016-04-01T09:25:06 Lumia was a good phone 2016-04-01T09:25:38 ohsix, it’s their symbian crap which drove them off the cliff 2016-04-01T09:25:47 on the other hand, at the point when it became obvious that android would be the major platform, it was already better idea to just get rid of the phones 2016-04-01T09:25:57 symbian was fine for its time 2016-04-01T09:26:06 ohsix, I had the lumia, it was a great phone 2016-04-01T09:26:48 jpa-, it was ok back then, but even then, windows phones were still better 2016-04-01T09:26:59 because they were much easier to program 2016-04-01T09:27:36 ohsix, it does, but symbian was competing with windows 6 2016-04-01T09:27:48 windows 8 was a (late) response to android 2016-04-01T09:27:57 different era 2016-04-01T09:28:00 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T09:28:00 jadew: on the other hand, symbian phones worked, windows phones crashed πŸ™‚ 2016-04-01T09:28:18 jpa-, true, but it was all about development in my view 2016-04-01T09:28:28 there were more windows developers than symbian ones 2016-04-01T09:28:39 and that’s because programming for windows CE is about the same as for win32 2016-04-01T09:28:51 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T09:29:09 I guess they always were on the losing side when it came to the OS 2016-04-01T09:29:23 ohsix, I don’t think so, not stuff that mattered anyway 2016-04-01T09:32:04 it was quite a jump from deeply embedded simple phone operating systems to the smart phone beasts we use today.. pretty similar to how microsoft bet on “computers will get faster, we can pack in features now” in 80s-90s 2016-04-01T09:32:25 whereas e.g. symbian was clearly designed to be very lightweight, at the cost of being harder to program for 2016-04-01T09:34:40 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-01T09:35:44 I wonder if MS will become relevant in the mobile industry again 2016-04-01T09:36:50 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-01T09:38:34 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T09:39:16 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T09:42:33 what do you think about metro? 2016-04-01T09:43:14 I don’t think I like the tiles that much 2016-04-01T09:43:48 looks futuristic, but somehow icons feel better to me 2016-04-01T09:52:10 on msys2, cmake depends on rtmpdump-git 2016-04-01T09:52:11 wow 2016-04-01T09:55:56 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-01T09:58:47 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T10:01:23 ohsix, I was afraid of that too, but I think it has already happened 2016-04-01T10:01:42 everyone still using a regular PC will continue doing so 2016-04-01T10:01:46 because they need it 2016-04-01T10:01:59 for everything else they use tablets and phones 2016-04-01T10:04:16 and even if mobile tech will drive future tech investments, it will only mean more battery lifetime and lower heat load for PCs 2016-04-01T10:04:52 yeah, components could get a bit more expensive tho 2016-04-01T10:04:59 but I don’t think it will be by much 2016-04-01T10:05:52 currently phone processors are quite cheap compared to the performance; but could be that there will be fewer PC part manufacturers as the market shrinks 2016-04-01T10:06:08 yeah 2016-04-01T10:06:21 only big risk is if programmers get their act together and there is no longer incentive to make faster processors and bigger memories.. but i’m not afraid of that πŸ˜› 2016-04-01T10:10:41 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T10:18:28 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-01T10:18:43 dongs, hmm, ok 2016-04-01T10:31:32 dongs must be off recovering from the wank session with ladyada + eagle streaming 2016-04-01T10:33:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.131.27] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T10:47:23 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f77721f.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T11:23:31 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T11:23:53 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Quit: Quitte] 2016-04-01T11:40:04 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-01T11:42:16 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-205-67.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T11:43:24 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T11:44:48 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-01T11:51:26 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-17-211.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T11:54:00 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@host152-120-dynamic.51-79-r.retail.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T11:54:09 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@host64-15-dynamic.45-79-r.retail.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T11:58:25 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T12:07:55 -!- amstan [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-01T12:10:14 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T12:19:07 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T12:33:24 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-01T12:35:48 -!- timemob [~dongs@g1-27-253-251-6.bmobile.ne.jp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T12:35:58 how many of you faggots ordered model 3 2016-04-01T12:37:12 pink led dildo model 3? 2016-04-01T12:37:15 or the crappy car? 2016-04-01T12:37:49 crapberry i guess 2016-04-01T12:37:55 crappy car 2016-04-01T12:38:16 didn’t buy that one, no 2016-04-01T12:42:29 -!- jadew [~razvan@84.232.196.173] has quit [Quit: exit] 2016-04-01T12:42:43 350km range, ya right 2016-04-01T12:42:51 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.131.27] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T12:48:46 how big is the battery in kWh? 2016-04-01T12:49:40 nobody knows 2016-04-01T12:49:44 probably >= 60kWh 2016-04-01T12:50:10 yeah estimates say 65kWh 2016-04-01T12:50:31 which makes 350km reasonable 2016-04-01T12:50:42 model s already gets more than that 2016-04-01T12:50:55 thats probably pretty good money, $35k or whatever fir 65kWh almsot makes buyign hte car soley for the battery worth it 2016-04-01T12:51:06 yeah 2016-04-01T12:51:17 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T12:52:34 lol 2016-04-01T12:52:44 battery and pic16 BMS 2016-04-01T12:54:06 but the driveline must be pretty shitty if it takes 6s to 60mph 2016-04-01T13:02:13 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has quit [Quit: exit] 2016-04-01T13:06:08 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T13:13:35 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T13:13:35 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-01T13:13:55 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T13:19:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.88] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T13:27:49 -!- timemob [~dongs@g1-27-253-251-6.bmobile.ne.jp] has quit [Quit: Bye] 2016-04-01T13:45:23 -!- DrLuke is now known as DrLuke__ 2016-04-01T13:45:25 -!- DrLuke__ is now known as DrLuke 2016-04-01T13:50:44 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@217-211-191-115-no39.tbcn.telia.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-01T14:21:05 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T14:38:11 Shame it looks a bit… douche-y 2016-04-01T14:56:47 -!- masa [~masa@86-60-221-191-dyn-dsl.ssp.fi] has quit [Quit: reboot] 2016-04-01T14:58:34 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.88] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T15:10:32 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:14:35 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:14:51 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T15:17:00 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.46] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:18:18 0% chance of 60kWh for $35k come on 2016-04-01T15:18:35 That’s more than 3x other mfgs 2016-04-01T15:18:57 no. 2016-04-01T15:19:47 ?? 2016-04-01T15:19:58 I3, $42k, 22kWH 2016-04-01T15:20:37 Chevrolet Bolt, $37.5, 60kWh IIRC 2016-04-01T15:20:48 37.5k* 2016-04-01T15:20:50 what’s the stoage volume and weight on your car out of curiosity? 2016-04-01T15:21:26 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:21:30 weight is like 1500kg, not sure what the number for storage volume is 2016-04-01T15:22:05 Hmm, that is neat, they have the advantage their dickstarter has 2 years to deliver 2016-04-01T15:23:45 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:24:39 i3 is not a fair comparison, it has a fairly high price compared to the battery capacity 2016-04-01T15:26:38 I guess 30kWh leaf or kia soul would be the cars with the largest battery capacity relative to price of the cars available on the market today 2016-04-01T15:27:11 sup dongs 2016-04-01T15:27:12 whats a leaf worth? 2016-04-01T15:27:25 jsut bloggin 2016-04-01T15:27:26 you 2016-04-01T15:27:28 ? 2016-04-01T15:27:46 idk about price in the US, I mostly only hear about norwegian prices 2016-04-01T15:27:57 and I’m not keeping too much track of cars I won’t buy anyway 2016-04-01T15:28:17 lookin for a DVB-S/S2 tuner with RF level measurement register 2016-04-01T15:28:28 i thought at least one that i’ve used before will do it but noo 2016-04-01T15:29:24 STB6100 is probably full of NDA aids 2016-04-01T15:29:55 Key Features 2016-04-01T15:29:58 * Powered by RF Magic 2016-04-01T15:31:06 heh 2016-04-01T15:31:42 Leaf, 24/30kWh, $30k 2016-04-01T15:32:21 holy shit 2016-04-01T15:32:36 I should start a CNG car business already 2016-04-01T15:35:06 $35k wind turbine will generate 60-70MWh/yr saving me $3600-4200/yr for ~20 years 2016-04-01T15:36:05 What’s e-car range at -30C? 2016-04-01T15:36:28 dunno, it’s never -30C here 2016-04-01T15:36:57 won’t the battery pack warm itself up once the car is started? 2016-04-01T15:37:24 depends on the car, not all of them have active temperature regulation 2016-04-01T15:37:30 it will warm itself up even before starting, usually 2016-04-01T15:37:31 There’s a bunch of teslas and leafs and stuff here so it can’t be that bad 2016-04-01T15:37:33 tesla has, mine does not 2016-04-01T15:38:09 battery will self-heat due to internal resistance during charging and use though 2016-04-01T15:38:40 yeah, with self heat howrever it’ll be time dependent 2016-04-01T15:39:00 and the car can time charging so it completes right before scheduled departure 2016-04-01T15:39:00 a series of short trips will be hurt more since it allows cooling vs a single long trip 2016-04-01T15:39:22 yeah, that goes for interior heating too 2016-04-01T15:40:41 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T15:42:10 https://news.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=8942233&cid=51820761 2016-04-01T15:44:14 http://www.rfmagic.com/STB6100documentation.asp wat 2016-04-01T15:46:34 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T15:46:48 o0 2016-04-01T15:49:43 dongs, ok, ordered the stm32s 2016-04-01T15:53:13 http://hackaday.com/2016/04/01/apple-introduces-their-answer-to-the-raspberry-pi/ 2016-04-01T15:55:33 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:56:10 could have been kinda neat if it were real 2016-04-01T15:56:57 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T15:57:12 nah, apple is stupid but not so stupid to get into IoT 2016-04-01T16:02:59 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-01T16:05:30 dick-a-day 2016-04-01T16:05:56 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T16:07:19 http://embeddedgurus.com/stack-overflow/2011/02/efficient-c-tip-13-use-the-modulus-operator-with-caution/ 2016-04-01T16:09:47 uh, first paragraph already sounds pretty dumb 2016-04-01T16:10:03 “In other words the modulus operator is functionally equivalent to three operations.” 2016-04-01T16:10:09 that’s very hardware dependent 2016-04-01T16:10:33 hahhah 2016-04-01T16:10:47 I bought the apple raspberry totally 2016-04-01T16:10:54 zyp: I’m curious how he got 27k cycles on msp430, that seems way too high 2016-04-01T16:11:06 because that company tries to desperatelly be any relevance in year 2016 2016-04-01T16:11:09 for instance on x86, as far as I know, division and modulus is the same instruction, returning the result of the division in one register and the remainter in another 2016-04-01T16:11:15 yep 2016-04-01T16:12:00 so that time division/modulus would in total be three operations on x86 2016-04-01T16:12:20 platforms that doesn’t even have hardware divider is a whole another thing 2016-04-01T16:16:21 I wonder if a simple subtraction loop couldn’t be faster on platforms without hardware divide 2016-04-01T16:18:20 subtract days until there’s less than a day left, count each subtraction, repeat for hours and minutes, this leaves you with seconds 2016-04-01T16:19:21 that’s max 59 iterations for minutes, max 23 for hours, and one for each day 2016-04-01T16:20:00 at least for a low number of days, this should be a fairly fast solution 2016-04-01T16:26:32 or even faster by shifting the subtracted value, I guess 2016-04-01T16:30:54 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.46] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T16:42:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T16:43:36 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T16:51:33 zyp: doesn’t “functionally equivalent” mean that it is equivalent in result, not necessary equivalent in implementation? πŸ™‚ 2016-04-01T16:52:37 the next sentence of course is then a non sequitur 2016-04-01T16:53:47 it doesn’t make any more sense if you are pedantic 2016-04-01T16:55:30 he’s saying that the operator is functionally equivalent to three operations 2016-04-01T16:56:06 which is of course a true claim, because the operator could be functionally independent to any number of operations as long as you select them right 2016-04-01T16:56:17 heh, true 2016-04-01T16:56:21 s/independent/equivalent/ 2016-04-01T16:58:32 what he’s essentially saying is that “modulo can be written as a division, a multiplication and a subtraction, and therefore it’s as expensive as those three operations” 2016-04-01T17:00:37 yeah; no need for it to be more expensive than division itself, and most platforms are smart enough to combine it if they don’t have fast multiply 2016-04-01T17:02:29 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-01T17:34:10 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T17:34:29 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T17:38:40 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-01T17:40:04 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T17:50:12 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-01T18:24:23 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-01T18:25:04 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T18:34:52 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T18:39:44 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T19:00:56 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T19:06:34 -!- sterna [~Adium@m83-185-247-241.cust.tele2.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T19:07:24 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T19:07:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-01T19:09:47 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-01T19:18:06 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-01T19:19:22 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T19:37:27 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-01T19:38:14 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:00:07 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T20:04:45 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:11:26 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:14:43 whats the easiest way to swap halfword endianness, on a portion of an array 2016-04-01T20:23:17 anyone plan to buy excess of cortex debug leads? 2016-04-01T20:23:21 those little shiet 2016-04-01T20:24:02 I’m about to remove some 2016-04-01T20:24:10 from sp1ml eval boards πŸ˜› 2016-04-01T20:24:44 -!- BrainDamage [~BrainDama@unaffiliated/braindamage] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T20:25:01 in c? 2016-04-01T20:25:08 oh k 2016-04-01T20:25:33 http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-Pcs-1-27mm-Pitch-2×5-Pin-10-Pin-10-Wire-IDC-Flat-Ribbon-Cable-Length-20CM-/171518266443 these 2016-04-01T20:28:22 -!- BrainDamage [~BrainDama@unaffiliated/braindamage] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:37:20 the instruction set has REV and REV16 instructions 2016-04-01T20:37:51 Laurenceb: I had a cuck dream 2016-04-01T20:37:55 last nite 2016-04-01T20:37:59 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:38:10 strange woman used me as sex toy 2016-04-01T20:38:18 then left me in her home 2016-04-01T20:38:44 while got to bar to meet some real men 2016-04-01T20:39:07 can you interpret this for me 2016-04-01T20:39:08 ? 2016-04-01T20:39:09 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T20:42:03 I didn’t get to please her friends 2016-04-01T20:42:08 before they left 2016-04-01T20:47:13 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-01T20:48:37 yes, lies 2016-04-01T20:50:04 Laurenceb: answer to your random question from last night: most operating systems reinitialize pages freed by a process to 0 or some specific bit pattern before they can be assigned to another process, only the kernel and drivers can allocate “dirty” pages, windows does that since NT3.1 iirc (Win9x/ME didn’t) and linux does as well, C2/CC compliancy requires that 2016-04-01T20:51:34 it’d be a horrible security design if it wasn’t 2016-04-01T20:51:42 Laurenceb: so no, you can’t retrieve secret stuff from previous application in userland 2016-04-01T20:51:46 yup 2016-04-01T20:53:05 which is also why cold boot attacks are a thing, reduce current leak in the memory cells enough and you can conserve secret key long enough until you swap os or computer 2016-04-01T20:54:23 I see 2016-04-01T20:55:05 http://www.pornhub.com/ 2016-04-01T20:55:07 SFW 2016-04-01T20:55:43 ahahah 2016-04-01T20:55:58 SFW until you click somewhere :p 2016-04-01T21:00:43 i need a spring loaded pot 2016-04-01T21:02:36 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T21:05:18 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T21:16:35 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-01T21:19:09 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.159] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T21:36:15 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T21:43:03 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-01T21:59:27 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.159] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-01T22:03:50 -!- Tectu_ [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T22:03:58 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-01T22:12:03 -!- Tectu_ [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-01T22:45:18 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-01T22:47:25 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T22:51:58 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-01T23:09:51 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T23:22:29 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-01T23:24:16 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-01T23:29:16 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] — Day changed Sat Apr 02 2016 2016-04-02T00:06:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T00:29:57 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T00:35:28 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T00:36:59 does anyone have a link to the game controller interface thingy from zyp? 2016-04-02T00:38:01 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T00:38:10 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-02T00:39:45 Tectu: http://cgit.jvnv.net/arcin/tree/ 2016-04-02T00:40:01 karlp, thanks! 2016-04-02T00:40:10 karlp, do you happen to know whether he has some sort of online storee? 2016-04-02T00:40:17 karlp, or a place where once can find information about the hardware that he sells 2016-04-02T00:40:54 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T01:16:00 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@205.34.1.85.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-02T01:25:25 -!- saph0 is now known as saph0away 2016-04-02T01:27:01 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-02T01:27:01 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T01:28:24 -!- sterna [~Adium@m83-185-247-241.cust.tele2.se] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-02T01:42:19 hand 2016-04-02T01:48:54 hand? that rings a bell 2016-04-02T01:49:02 i am penis, hi 2016-04-02T01:54:20 well… we meant to tell you but… 2016-04-02T01:54:23 there’s been an accident 2016-04-02T01:55:41 unfortunately no 2016-04-02T01:55:45 but your zebra is 2016-04-02T01:57:45 http://termite.apcdn.com/full/43382.png 2016-04-02T01:58:22 -!- saph0 [uid154691@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-recaubghkofnbkkv] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T02:00:53 are you anticipating my death already? 2016-04-02T02:02:44 you are not propably first person doing it 2016-04-02T02:05:03 kakimir: nah just teasing 2016-04-02T02:05:36 i’ve just found the meanest variation of your nickname 2016-04-02T02:05:44 not sure if it has been done already 2016-04-02T02:05:57 crt: send me money so I can order parts 2016-04-02T02:06:10 *corkymir* 2016-04-02T02:06:12 ! O/ 2016-04-02T02:06:21 begmir 2016-04-02T02:07:49 I knew it – crt is my man o/ 2016-04-02T02:08:21 like.. 100 2016-04-02T02:08:39 usd eur whatever 2016-04-02T02:09:12 pcb and some parts 2016-04-02T02:09:38 ohsix: yeah well Laurenceb was asking if you could get access to the content of memory released by other processes, i was just answering that. Regarding how that’s done, on linux iirc pages are mapped as copy on write of a page that contains zero or something, and that gets copied to the new page when you write to it 2016-04-02T02:09:45 4layer 2016-04-02T02:10:27 actually it need to be more for mouser minimum order 2016-04-02T02:10:43 well you get some kind of board for 60usd 2016-04-02T02:10:52 under 10cm x 10cm 2016-04-02T02:10:55 just fine 2016-04-02T02:11:02 ohsix: on windows though there’s a thread in the kernel that zero page that have been released 2016-04-02T02:11:21 sure 2016-04-02T02:11:44 nothing else? 2016-04-02T02:11:49 ohsix: hold on 2016-04-02T02:12:16 you use it as breakout or such? 2016-04-02T02:12:16 there was an article by russinovich 2016-04-02T02:12:27 and blink led on the board? 2016-04-02T02:12:29 oh there it is 2016-04-02T02:12:29 https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/tims/2010/10/29/pdc10-mysteries-of-windows-memory-management-revealed-part-two/ 2016-04-02T02:13:09 crt, no, I think you need a cortex-a for that 2016-04-02T02:13:14 preferably ARMv8 2016-04-02T02:13:33 crt: I don’t think you get fitting one 2016-04-02T02:13:42 it’s made rfor 107 2016-04-02T02:13:53 64pin one 2016-04-02T02:13:57 with ethernet 2016-04-02T02:16:57 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T02:17:19 yeah 2016-04-02T02:18:38 but afaik it’s the same on linux isn’t it? (disk cache that uses unused physical memory) 2016-04-02T02:20:21 unused memory is wasted memory 2016-04-02T02:20:39 using spare memory for disk cache is better than not using it for anything 2016-04-02T02:20:46 definitely 2016-04-02T02:21:03 zyp: tectu wants to buy some arcin shitz 2016-04-02T02:21:18 yeah, he messaged me 2016-04-02T02:26:29 ohsix: a bunch of the _same_ squahsfs filesystmes? 2016-04-02T02:27:39 -!- CipherWizard [~cipherwiz@216-21-169-52.slc.googlefiber.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T02:32:23 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-49-80.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T02:38:26 is there such serial port viewer for lunix that shows pin states 2016-04-02T02:38:27 ? 2016-04-02T02:38:54 kind of tile going green when line is high 2016-04-02T02:39:03 like in pro – realterm 2016-04-02T03:01:20 http://www.der-hammer.info/terminal/ 2016-04-02T03:05:01 looks even mor pro 2016-04-02T03:17:07 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has 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http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__103234__quanum_selfie_drone_stick.html 2016-04-02T04:40:57 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-02T04:42:01 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-02T04:44:48 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-02T04:46:11 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T04:46:46 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T04:49:16 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T04:57:36 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T05:09:04 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T05:18:55 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-49-80.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-02T05:21:53 looks like 1st april 2016-04-02T05:23:20 http://g01.a.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1EMU7KpXXXXaPaXXXq6xXFXXXB/Indivdually-Wrapped-Latex-Free-Rubber-font-b-Dam-b-font-for-Teeth-Whitening-and-font-b.jpg 2016-04-02T05:23:25 http://g01.a.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1XG0zIFXXXXcOaXXXq6xXFXXXB/50pcs-font-b-Dental-b-font-Disposable-font-b-Rubber-b-font-font-b-Dam-b.jpg 2016-04-02T05:23:29 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-49-80.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T05:27:46 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-02T05:31:47 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T05:34:10 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-02T05:38:26 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-49-80.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-02T05:56:44 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-02T06:06:25 http://i.snag.gy/4SSiH.jpg and you wonder why people get viruses/malware 2016-04-02T06:10:43 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiJyali3rlk&feature=youtu.be 2016-04-02T06:10:45 wow 2016-04-02T06:10:46 murica 2016-04-02T06:18:08 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T06:20:20 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T06:26:08 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-02T06:27:01 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T06:39:07 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-76-241.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T06:43:42 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-02T06:45:12 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T06:49:11 lol 2016-04-02T06:49:37 wat the what is that 2016-04-02T06:50:37 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host 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##stm32 2016-04-02T07:20:51 yodawg, http://www.dailygusta.com/Quads/i-VWzxgd5/0/X3/CA_04021600192744-X3.jpg 2016-04-02T07:22:55 i guess if you dont use the small motors its hard to get a sense of size 2016-04-02T07:23:00 but fucking huge 2016-04-02T07:26:49 http://www.dailygusta.com/Quads/i-gj4jfDD/0/X3/CA_04021600250952-X3.jpg 2016-04-02T07:28:00 the small one will do about 1kg of thrust 2016-04-02T07:29:55 500w 2016-04-02T08:08:51 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.66] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T08:28:55 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-02T08:30:50 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:45fa:a0c6:ada:a5b0] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T08:35:01 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T08:43:02 -!- Amperture [~Amp@107-207-76-17.lightspeed.austtx.sbcglobal.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T09:33:42 recovering from the twitch stream 2016-04-02T09:33:55 ladyada plays eagle, LIVEBLOGGED 2016-04-02T09:35:53 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-02T09:36:29 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T09:41:43 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T09:42:00 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-b7ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T09:52:15 no chatz? πŸ™ 2016-04-02T09:56:18 nah, no chats 2016-04-02T09:56:28 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T10:01:33 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T10:03:39 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-02T10:05:56 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.66] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T10:17:06 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.66] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-02T10:17:35 -!- tecdroid 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2016-04-02T11:08:19 more because theyve been trying to develop a product for 4 or 5 years, and i joined the company 1 year ago as an intern. and it wasnt unlike like 8 months ago that they realized how good i am and promoted me 2016-04-02T11:08:34 *until like 8… 2016-04-02T11:09:02 on the plus side, i get to play with 2 fpga’s + 1 mcu on the board 2016-04-02T11:09:57 ehh, jsut get a 24v fan and run it at fullspeed all the time and ignore pwm/rpm 2016-04-02T11:10:09 fuckeeet 2016-04-02T11:11:21 so that wont meet requirements 2016-04-02T11:12:15 sup blogs 2016-04-02T11:13:00 on the plus side, i get a 3 day weekend, sine monday is a holiday in cn 2016-04-02T11:13:29 first day of communist spring or something like that 2016-04-02T11:13:53 o yeah 2016-04-02T11:13:59 chinagirl was bloggin from bed today 2016-04-02T11:19:10 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T11:24:17 bbl 2016-04-02T11:26:04 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T11:26:54 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-02T11:36:04 That’s next month here 2016-04-02T11:36:35 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-02T11:38:35 so the new stlink have built in uart right? anyone know if that firmware will work on those $4 clone stlinks from ebay? the little gumstick-sized stlinks 2016-04-02T11:46:59 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T11:53:11 upgrdman_: stlinkv2.1 on nucleo boards has usart atleast, maybe you can compare the schematics? 2016-04-02T11:53:25 hmm k 2016-04-02T11:53:52 so is header on the nucleo >6pins? 2016-04-02T11:54:15 no, but they have a separate 2-pin header next to it 2016-04-02T11:54:22 with rx/tx and no ground πŸ˜€ 2016-04-02T11:54:28 ah 2016-04-02T11:57:34 any idea if the v2.1 enumerates as two usb devices, or how would that work? 2016-04-02T11:58:10 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-02T11:58:35 upgrdman_: it enumerates as composite device 2016-04-02T11:58:52 usb mass storage (copy .bin mbed-style); normal st-link; usb usart 2016-04-02T11:59:05 k 2016-04-02T11:59:35 so if you use it usb ass storage, no debug? lol 2016-04-02T11:59:56 well if you use mbed, you probably debug with printf’s πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-02T12:00:04 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-02T12:08:47 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-17-211.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Quit: Quit] 2016-04-02T12:09:09 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.133.17] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T12:10:27 upgrdman_: just fyi, it’s known that stlink clones that are using stm32f101 have RST miswired. 2016-04-02T12:10:32 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-17-211.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T12:11:36 stlink-v2-1 endpoint numbers are a bit different, not fully equivalent to stlink-v2, but the protocol is the same. 2016-04-02T12:21:34 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-02T12:29:07 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T13:09:58 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T13:14:51 -!- blight [~greg@212-186-28-41.cable.dynamic.surfer.at] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T13:14:51 -!- blight [~greg@212-186-28-41.cable.dynamic.surfer.at] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-02T13:14:51 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T14:01:43 http://i.imgur.com/3kSBEh0.jpg 2016-04-02T14:04:36 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-185-144.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T14:12:59 fukken nothin 2016-04-02T14:16:10 World no longer spinning around? 2016-04-02T14:24:15 upgrdman: the usart firmware on the stlink 2.1’s is ratshit 2016-04-02T14:24:24 I’ve had all sorts of reliability problems with it 2016-04-02T14:37:46 yea 2016-04-02T14:37:51 gotta unplug and replug 2016-04-02T14:38:00 real pain in the dick 2016-04-02T14:39:08 I just stopped using it, far too unreliable to try using in any sort of development environment. 2016-04-02T14:39:26 and because it’s part of the composite device, unplugging/repluggin kills your debug session too 2016-04-02T14:39:30 cp210x dongle 2016-04-02T14:44:08 PeterM see my beast http://www.dailygusta.com/Quads/i-gj4jfDD/0/X3/CA_04021600250952-X3.jpg 2016-04-02T14:44:38 its nto *that big* 2016-04-02T14:44:49 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.3] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T14:45:02 ive use a few c80100s before 2016-04-02T14:45:14 whatsthat 2016-04-02T14:45:53 http://www.dailygusta.com/Quads/i-VWzxgd5/0/X3/CA_04021600192744-X3.jpg 2016-04-02T14:45:55 google it 2016-04-02T14:46:01 i guess im used to these lil shits 2016-04-02T14:46:24 yeah, i was big into 1/5 rc trucks 2016-04-02T14:46:25 7000wats da,m 2016-04-02T14:47:14 at that low KV the gearing was retarded though 2016-04-02T14:50:05 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zN8S_l3w2LQ 2016-04-02T14:50:12 haha damn now i wanna do one of those 2016-04-02T14:50:13 karlp, hmm ok, bummer 2016-04-02T14:51:02 upgrdman: maybe they’ll upgrade the firmware, but *shrugs* 2016-04-02T14:52:09 oh well, this is a good excise to expense report a 13 port usb hub. my 7 port hub is full, hegh 2016-04-02T14:53:11 ReadError, they’re pretty cheap considering 2016-04-02T14:53:59 peterm, baja5? 2016-04-02T14:54:29 nah fuck those peice of shit 2016-04-02T14:54:38 lol 2016-04-02T14:56:27 I neeed a new hub too, still have this 7 port genesys shit causing troubles 2016-04-02T14:56:34 will it enumerate, will it not? fuck it 2016-04-02T14:57:08 7port 8ball 2016-04-02T14:57:19 right now 4 ports have come up as usb2 hs, and 3 ports have come up as usb2 fs. 2016-04-02T14:57:24 fucking awesome quality πŸ™‚ 2016-04-02T14:57:29 lol 2016-04-02T14:58:15 http://false.ekta.is/2015/06/terminus-tech-7-port-usb-2-high-speed-hub-teardown/ 2016-04-02T14:59:24 PeterM cant find any place that still sells em 2016-04-02T15:04:30 doesnt hobbyking sell em anymore? 2016-04-02T15:04:59 anyone use an ide for verilog other than the shit ones from fpga vendors 2016-04-02T15:06:16 PeterM nope 2016-04-02T15:06:20 discontinued by mfg 2016-04-02T15:07:01 you can probably fine them on ali 2016-04-02T15:07:38 http://lunacycle.com/motors-and-esc/c80-100-kv130-high-power-brushless-rc-motor/ 2016-04-02T15:07:43 new version apparently 2016-04-02T15:23:14 ReadError, if you are considering used a C80100/C80110 unless it explicitly states it doesnt need extra cooling ,you should consider fitting a fan to the shaft aswell as your sprocket, as most of these motors are designed to be run wiht big props infront of them 2016-04-02T15:23:30 honestly, the same with with the SK3s but people seem to ignore it 2016-04-02T15:23:52 I noticed there is some kinda impeller inside the sk3 2016-04-02T15:23:58 to move air, not sure how effective 2016-04-02T15:24:59 probabvly not very, BUT better than nothing 2016-04-02T15:25:56 youre going to vote for him uh ohsix? 2016-04-02T15:44:08 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-02T15:50:28 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T16:02:11 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T16:07:18 usb2 hub? 2016-04-02T16:25:34 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.133.17] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-02T16:30:43 me? usb3 2016-04-02T16:39:12 Tesla model 3 dickstarter up to $232m 2016-04-02T16:58:02 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-02T17:11:20 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T17:22:00 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T17:27:59 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal] 2016-04-02T17:39:22 http://imgur.com/B3MZqT3 2016-04-02T17:44:36 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-02T17:54:02 found kakimir https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/nmmjr/iama_man_who_had_a_sexual_relationship_with_his/c3a9uqg 2016-04-02T17:54:44 http://i.imgur.com/YGEfFXs.jpg too much info 2016-04-02T17:55:03 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T18:16:00 way to link a 4 year old reddit post Laurenceb_ 2016-04-02T18:16:06 thers already been a porno made of that story 2016-04-02T18:17:19 starring none other than… kakimir 2016-04-02T18:18:13 just autofellate like a man 2016-04-02T18:18:23 don’t involve you mother in it 2016-04-02T18:22:40 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-76-241.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T18:33:08 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T18:34:04 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-02T18:34:38 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T18:37:40 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-185-144.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-02T18:37:52 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-02T18:41:38 is RTS signal like active low output from rs232 transceiver? 2016-04-02T18:43:01 I have it trigger’d and when I push RTS button in program it does go low 2016-04-02T18:47:01 sweeet 2016-04-02T18:47:17 those signals are like active low 2016-04-02T18:47:22 high is low 2016-04-02T18:48:03 no txd is high between frames but data itself is lowlow highhigh 2016-04-02T18:48:05 ? 2016-04-02T18:49:11 who cares 2016-04-02T18:49:20 I just connect it to board and let it be 2016-04-02T18:49:41 loopback is quite nice method for testing serial interfaces 2016-04-02T18:49:49 +scope 2016-04-02T18:59:20 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:7d92:8fa6:a2f9:2c43] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T19:03:52 yes RTS and CTS are active low 2016-04-02T19:04:03 TXD and RXD are not 2016-04-02T19:06:24 You can find this all in a datasheet or probably even on wikipedia you know? 2016-04-02T19:06:49 I did 2016-04-02T19:10:08 its horribly confused 2016-04-02T19:10:20 I guess as there is no fixed standard 2016-04-02T19:13:48 I didn’t understand really anything about rs232 in like year ago 2016-04-02T19:13:56 only that txd and rxd 2016-04-02T19:13:58 connect them 2016-04-02T19:16:42 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T19:41:47 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-02T19:49:00 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.167] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T19:52:34 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-02T19:53:54 STM8s in the wild http://i.imgur.com/Gqxg5Wg.jpg 2016-04-02T19:54:24 volt meter? 2016-04-02T19:54:39 yeah, usual 0.7$ aliexpress thing 2016-04-02T19:54:42 yeah 2016-04-02T19:55:13 swim header on the right too 2016-04-02T19:59:31 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-76-241.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-02T20:06:05 2hours to fix few bad sot23 footprints 2016-04-02T20:06:26 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-02T20:06:40 little things 2016-04-02T20:06:56 do not fuk up them 2016-04-02T20:09:23 how do you fuck up at sot23 footprint? 2016-04-02T20:11:14 Being finnish is enough. 2016-04-02T20:11:32 using italian libraries 2016-04-02T20:11:52 And how do you feel about that? 2016-04-02T20:13:32 italians are only good at pizzas 2016-04-02T20:14:53 At least you’re proud of your own people πŸ˜› 2016-04-02T20:15:28 lot of stuff is italian actually 2016-04-02T20:16:08 and quite ok 2016-04-02T20:16:46 you would assume everything to be german but I have not seen anything but cars and tractors 2016-04-02T20:16:50 lorenzo: i don’t like the “real” italian style pizzas πŸ™‚ 2016-04-02T20:17:56 can’t satisfy everyone πŸ™‚ 2016-04-02T20:18:21 italians made arduino 2016-04-02T20:18:24 do i need to continue 2016-04-02T20:18:55 this chinese reflow gun makes my bulbs blink 2016-04-02T20:19:05 englishman: that was an italian-spanish combo 2016-04-02T20:19:08 what could go wrong 2016-04-02T20:19:11 the actual incadecent one 2016-04-02T20:19:14 not led one 2016-04-02T20:20:37 too thin wires? 2016-04-02T20:21:17 bad electricity in your mom’s basement? 2016-04-02T20:22:16 I don’t live there anymore 2016-04-02T20:22:24 besides it was my grandmas basements! 2016-04-02T20:22:28 she kicked you out? 2016-04-02T20:22:55 I left for university 2016-04-02T20:23:16 what are you studying? 2016-04-02T20:23:47 -!- saph0 [uid154691@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-ekfaxcbbtfbuvbgh] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T20:24:57 I still have mechanical engineering place if I really wanted to enjoy student life 2016-04-02T20:25:06 did only like year 2016-04-02T20:25:14 very stoned 2016-04-02T20:25:31 at former TKK 2016-04-02T20:26:08 I think they may remove me from their books in few years 2016-04-02T20:31:02 you did TKK jpa? 2016-04-02T20:31:18 nah, tty 2016-04-02T20:31:36 signal processing & telecom 2016-04-02T20:34:13 You surprise me every day kakimir 2016-04-02T20:34:51 I was very stoned 2016-04-02T20:35:30 And nothing changed since then 2016-04-02T20:36:32 kakimir: as in actually stoned or just stupid? 2016-04-02T20:37:32 actually and metaphorically 2016-04-02T20:37:39 combined with my slow pace 2016-04-02T20:37:48 could not survive 2016-04-02T20:38:33 slow pace of studying? one can still study like 10 years if going for master’s (compared to 5 years target time) 2016-04-02T20:39:06 One doesnt pay tution fees in finnishland? 2016-04-02T20:39:17 or is it so low one can easily pay it for 10 years 2016-04-02T20:39:35 Steffann: mandatory fees are only like some 100 EUR/year 2016-04-02T20:39:42 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T20:39:47 I could not keep up at lections 2016-04-02T20:39:48 oh, explains it all. 2016-04-02T20:39:50 though for non-finnish people they now added a tuition that is some thousands 2016-04-02T20:40:08 I couldn’t and still can’t write fast enought notes 2016-04-02T20:40:17 with pen to say 2016-04-02T20:40:34 but i bet that is a common thing in finnishland kakimir 2016-04-02T20:40:38 i never wrote notes in university, they have books etc. for that 2016-04-02T20:40:41 All the finnish words are toooo long 2016-04-02T20:43:30 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T20:43:33 I always wrote notes, to never use them. 2016-04-02T20:43:52 Steffann: what did you study? 2016-04-02T20:43:55 -!- Steffann is now known as Steffanx 2016-04-02T20:44:26 Some IT/EE study thing. 2016-04-02T20:44:56 i hope your thesis is online somewhere 2016-04-02T20:45:04 * jpa- googles for Steffann Naffets 2016-04-02T20:45:06 nope 2016-04-02T20:45:24 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T20:45:59 Im ashamed of it. ( it has eagle schematics in it ) 2016-04-02T20:46:19 So i had it pulled of hte interwebs 2016-04-02T20:46:54 now that i think about it, i still haven’t seen any of your projects 2016-04-02T20:47:07 well, unless the personal gift to Tectu counts.. 2016-04-02T20:47:17 personal gift? 2016-04-02T20:47:38 I don’t remember doing that 2016-04-02T20:48:45 And i hardly finnish a project. Always start something else when the other gets boring/tedious. Hence not much to show 2016-04-02T20:50:27 I dont feel the need to put my “Wooden animal puzzle” style projects on the web either. 2016-04-02T20:50:42 hehe 2016-04-02T20:51:03 anyway you were refering to those displays? 2016-04-02T20:51:13 Those were not a gift, he paid for it. With real monies. 2016-04-02T20:51:24 nah i was just joking 2016-04-02T20:51:35 I fukken fukked gd damn 2016-04-02T20:51:47 I sensed smell but did nothing about it 2016-04-02T20:51:57 jpa- you dont joke. Not ever. 2016-04-02T20:52:00 kakimir: did you poo your pants again? 2016-04-02T20:52:20 I carefully connected the rs232 board to my board an power lead was of course wrong way 2016-04-02T20:52:56 that chip was so hot that when I touched it my thumb smoked a little 2016-04-02T20:53:23 it be busted now? 2016-04-02T20:53:34 probably 2016-04-02T20:53:55 Can you read the chip numbering in your thumb now kakimir? 2016-04-02T20:54:17 I can read my fingerprint from the chip 2016-04-02T20:54:19 Dont we all have the text 7805 in our thumb? 2016-04-02T20:54:26 *on 2016-04-02T20:54:32 you can go to bebek and show him your finger “one of these thx” 2016-04-02T20:54:50 local bebek bankrupted 2016-04-02T20:55:14 and I saw the seller collecting empty bottles with some grandmas 2016-04-02T20:55:23 who the hell is bebek? 2016-04-02T20:55:39 finnish chain of crappy electronics 2016-04-02T20:55:40 cool electronics store in the 90’s 2016-04-02T20:56:06 founded by some dude called Reset Kebab or something 2016-04-02T20:56:11 the franchise owner is some kebab 2016-04-02T20:56:41 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T20:56:44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RT63Is0ybyI here is the dude 2016-04-02T20:56:55 Google translate told me its turkish for baby, must be related to the kebab 2016-04-02T20:59:38 jpa- currently im stealing this for fun: http://www.delfly.nl/explorer.html . Have the algorithm implemented ( because easy) but getting 2 camera’s to work is a different thing 2016-04-02T20:59:44 especially when they need to be synced. 2016-04-02T21:00:16 At the moment getting good output from on camera is even an issue, but that’s probably a timing thing. 2016-04-02T21:00:22 *on = one 2016-04-02T21:00:38 you’re hooking cameras to stm32? nice 2016-04-02T21:00:46 i should try that some time 2016-04-02T21:01:23 not even using dcmi, because there is only one of that. 2016-04-02T21:01:35 which camera? 2016-04-02T21:01:43 ov2640 2016-04-02T21:02:02 arducam! 2016-04-02T21:02:36 No, not arduicam 2016-04-02T21:02:47 πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-02T21:03:01 ArduCam uses an FPGA, that is no fun. 2016-04-02T21:03:04 it’s cool enough that you should blag it 2016-04-02T21:05:37 http://imgur.com/IGBupQ1 such great result -_- 2016-04-02T21:06:05 great resolution πŸ™‚ 2016-04-02T21:06:23 Sure, more I cannot store in my stm32 2016-04-02T21:06:52 yeah 2016-04-02T21:07:02 and sent out using semihosting in fancy ppm 2016-04-02T21:07:15 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T21:29:19 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com] 2016-04-02T21:30:04 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T22:02:44 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T22:06:03 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T22:14:23 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@host64-15-dynamic.45-79-r.retail.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-02T22:14:24 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T22:17:45 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T22:29:44 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-76-241.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T22:50:54 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.167] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-02T22:52:11 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-02T22:52:46 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T22:56:48 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-02T22:58:02 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-02T22:58:02 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:05:22 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:22:30 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-02T23:23:26 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:23:42 -!- Tectu_ [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:23:49 -!- Tectu_ [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-02T23:37:48 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-02T23:38:21 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:40:12 random c++/Qt question 2016-04-02T23:40:20 I’m getting this at runtime 2016-04-02T23:40:22 http://pastebin.com/sKW86srU 2016-04-02T23:40:38 any ideas what could cause it? it crops up when I increase the size of an array 2016-04-02T23:44:13 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-02T23:45:39 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-02T23:57:06 does anyone have a documented working setup with GCC / STMCUBE? 2016-04-02T23:57:46 I am trying to write my own makefile but getting confused and I saw a few makefile generator projects for it on github, but I am not having much luck getting them to work 2016-04-02T23:58:03 I do, not documented though — Day changed Sun Apr 03 2016 2016-04-03T00:00:24 Do you have a makefile on github? 2016-04-03T00:00:44 nope 2016-04-03T00:01:05 have it on my webserv:D 2016-04-03T00:01:21 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-03T00:01:30 I think I almost have everything working but the stm32f0xx_hal.h does not follow the general hiarchy 2016-04-03T00:01:38 is that webserver public facing? 2016-04-03T00:01:51 yep 2016-04-03T00:01:57 can I haz link? 2016-04-03T00:02:44 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@151.68.120.243] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T00:03:05 sure 2016-04-03T00:04:34 -!- brabo [~brabo@globalshellz/owner/brabo] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-03T00:07:31 Prehaps I just need some small amount of makefile help 2016-04-03T00:07:32 http://pastebin.com/cHX76Swa 2016-04-03T00:07:44 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T00:07:47 I am modifying this from a previous project, which a got from a frient 2016-04-03T00:07:50 *friend 2016-04-03T00:08:06 I am a bit confused as to the difference between INC and C_INC 2016-04-03T00:08:38 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T00:08:50 The issue I am having is that main.c includes stm32f0xx_hal.h, which is not in Inc/ 2016-04-03T00:09:05 but rather in all the directories that MXCUBE spit out 2016-04-03T00:09:13 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T00:11:12 -!- brabo [~brabo@globalshellz/owner/brabo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T00:21:14 oooh, I have it more working now. I just had a typo in my makefile 2016-04-03T00:21:18 I think I see how things work 2016-04-03T00:23:44 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T00:24:18 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T00:25:43 now I am getting a bunch of undeclared errors, so I guess I messed something up 2016-04-03T00:31:08 Wbraun: checked your includes ? 2016-04-03T00:31:22 thats what I am trying to figure out / strugling with 2016-04-03T00:31:51 my 2003 debug server kills my zenbook in audio quality 2016-04-03T00:32:06 dell quality from back the days 2016-04-03T00:32:22 I am getting undefined errors for even basic data types 2016-04-03T00:32:29 so I think I really messed something up 2016-04-03T00:32:38 the MXCUBE stuff should be C99, right? 2016-04-03T00:34:38 getting errors like β€œunint16_t undeclared” 2016-04-03T00:35:15 but I am including all the CMIS stuff 2016-04-03T00:35:42 is the order in which I include things in the make file important or something? 2016-04-03T00:38:06 Shouldnt matter as long as its in there before you build the object obv. 2016-04-03T00:39:14 I am getting these errors when trying to make main.o 2016-04-03T00:39:21 Src/main.o 2016-04-03T00:39:21 do you #include ? 2016-04-03T00:39:52 for Cortex-m stuff, all those definitions are included in the CMSIS files 2016-04-03T00:40:19 I am literally just porting a project over to MXCUBE, I have no clue whats going on 2016-04-03T00:41:21 (also unint16_t is a typo) 2016-04-03T00:41:40 I typed it in wrong to irc 2016-04-03T00:43:59 it seems like it is giving an error on every single thing it can 2016-04-03T00:44:45 Wbraun: check what libs the errors belong to ? If it’s one lib i.e. Stdint , chekc thats included , if multiple libs, check your paths 2016-04-03T00:44:50 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-03T00:44:58 http://pastebin.com/ejQ0DYaW 2016-04-03T00:45:06 is there some obvious error I am missing? 2016-04-03T00:45:33 things were set up in roughly the same way before and everything worked 2016-04-03T00:45:36 is the undefined uint32_t error in library code, library headers or your code? 2016-04-03T00:45:55 esentially all I did was add some more files / change the location of the CMSIS stuff 2016-04-03T00:46:35 the undefined errors are in the header files 2016-04-03T00:48:13 add #include before #include 2016-04-03T00:48:37 in main.c 2016-04-03T00:49:38 laurenceb, laurenceb_: I would hazzard the guess that you’re running out of memory…. 2016-04-03T00:49:50 those errors may have gone away? There are so many errors I can not see them all in the terminal 2016-04-03T00:50:11 those datatypes should already be defined in other files I am attempting to include though Thorn 2016-04-03T00:50:31 the CMIS header files define that 2016-04-03T00:50:56 it almost seems that no header file is using the things defined in any other header file? 2016-04-03T00:53:51 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-03T00:54:08 lorenzo: STM32 in the wild! http://www.banggood.com/50A-DC-Digital-Multifunction-Power-Meter-Energy-Monitor-Module-Voltmeter-Ammeter-With-Shunt-p-996110.html?currency=EUR&utm_source=criteo&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=all&utm_campaign=electronics-NL 2016-04-03T01:01:20 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T01:03:48 I am not even at that level yet 2016-04-03T01:03:53 I am just dealing with includes 2016-04-03T01:04:39 I seem to have included everything generated by MXCUBE yet in main.c I am getting errors as stupid as β€œβ€˜GPIOA’ undeclared” 2016-04-03T01:05:20 this was not the case when I was using the old library, so I think I massively messed something up? 2016-04-03T01:05:32 maybe you included files in the wrong order 2016-04-03T01:05:53 are there any “foo.h not found” errors? 2016-04-03T01:05:54 is that a thing? Is there a order? How do I determine / ensure that? 2016-04-03T01:06:50 no errors like that. It just seems to not be able to find the individual things that are defined 2016-04-03T01:06:57 #include 2016-04-03T01:07:07 #include // sees stuff declared in first.h 2016-04-03T01:08:22 oh. I am just using the default things generated by MXCUBE 2016-04-03T01:08:27 there is no code of my own 2016-04-03T01:08:51 I remember in the old library you had to define you are using the library or something. Prehaps its something like that… 2016-04-03T01:09:24 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-03T01:09:50 but it seems like main.c is not having anything defined for it. Is the syntax of my make file correct? 2016-04-03T01:11:50 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T01:12:43 ooh, prehaps this is the error I am making 2016-04-03T01:13:02 so I have %.o: %.c $(C_INC) 2016-04-03T01:13:02 arm-none-eabi-gcc $(CFLAGS) -c -o $@ $ What exactly does C_INC do? 2016-04-03T01:14:00 right now C_INC is only Inc/*.h 2016-04-03T01:14:14 while INC, which is passed to GCC contains the path to every header file 2016-04-03T01:16:56 it’a low-tech way to make make recompile your source files (all of them) if headers change (any of them) [project headers, not library headers] 2016-04-03T01:20:51 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T01:26:18 oooh, I think I figured out on issue. I needed to include stm32f072xb.h 2016-04-03T01:26:34 I guess MXCUBE assumed whatever toolchain would select / do that 2016-04-03T01:26:43 so that fixed some of the undefined things 2016-04-03T01:27:00 still getting errors about data types being undefined 2016-04-03T01:29:35 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:7d92:8fa6:a2f9:2c43] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T01:34:04 in my previous project setups I have not had to include stdint.h, yet I got all the datatypes 2016-04-03T01:34:08 so I wonder what went wrong 2016-04-03T01:35:04 do you need to make uninstall before rebuilding and installing stuff to update all the files? 2016-04-03T01:35:16 or is make install replacing? 2016-04-03T01:40:39 make install usually replaces things 2016-04-03T01:40:51 it might still make sense to run make uninstall before, because replace doesn’t mean “delete old fiels” 2016-04-03T01:40:55 *files 2016-04-03T01:41:17 yes 2016-04-03T01:41:17 i.e. if a file got removed and you just run make install again, it will still be there 2016-04-03T01:41:21 but rarelly old files hurt 2016-04-03T01:41:57 hurm. Now I am getting implicit declaration of function errors 2016-04-03T01:42:09 but following all the include paths, these things should be defined 2016-04-03T01:42:44 maybe missing defines for some #ifdefs? 2016-04-03T01:42:56 nope, they are not even conditional…. 2016-04-03T01:46:48 hah! I think it works now 2016-04-03T01:47:02 something stupid with the naming of the chips compared to the old library 2016-04-03T01:47:12 and they have conditional defines base on that 2016-04-03T01:47:27 nothing was matching, so individual data types were not being defined 2016-04-03T01:47:48 I thought I fixed it, but I just included the part header file instead of defining the part. Derp 2016-04-03T01:48:11 and now I do not even need stdint.h 2016-04-03T01:48:14 whee 2016-04-03T01:48:23 Thanks for being my rubber ducky! 2016-04-03T01:54:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T01:54:50 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T01:55:25 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T01:58:53 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T02:12:06 what is the catch http://www.ebay.com/itm/DER-EE-DE-5000-High-Accuracy-Handheld-LCR-Meter-with-TL-21-TL-22-New-Japan-/161104294237 2016-04-03T02:12:54 other models whth same chipset seem to be $200+ 2016-04-03T02:13:18 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.3] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-03T02:15:43 Thorn, there is no catch 2016-04-03T02:15:51 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-03T02:18:47 from eevblog: it doesn’t have nice kelvin leads and it measures ESR with 0.6V so it can bias semiconductors (if used in-circuit) 2016-04-03T02:19:45 1) not a problem wiht the lcr meter 2)still not a problem wiht the meter 2016-04-03T02:21:25 also basic accuracy is 0.3% vs. 0.25% for tonghui. some actually seem to think it makes a real difference 2016-04-03T02:22:25 heh, when parasitics can account for that much 2016-04-03T02:24:49 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T02:25:06 aaand it seems to do 100kHz (compare price to http://www.aliexpress.com/price/th2822c_price.html) 2016-04-03T02:25:24 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T02:26:10 cheaper th2822 versions have 100kHz disabled and eevblog has been unable to hack it yet afaict 2016-04-03T02:26:19 (not sure if need) 2016-04-03T02:27:42 I mean the forum 2016-04-03T02:34:00 here’s a Russian meter based on the same chipset (horribly overpriced) http://www.aktakom.ru/kio/index.php?ELEMENT_ID=270364 2016-04-03T02:34:19 it has 4 terminals for standard kelvin leads. why others don’t? 2016-04-03T02:40:50 it seems to have the same features and accuracy (and even lcd symbols) as the DER but for 4.2x more money 2016-04-03T02:45:04 ive got an applent lcr meter thats not too shabby 2016-04-03T02:45:50 yes, applent, not agilent :s 2016-04-03T02:46:48 http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/applent-at825-lcr-teardown-review/ ? 2016-04-03T02:46:57 yeah 2016-04-03T03:06:09 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-03T03:16:23 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-03T03:17:24 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T03:23:29 looks like I almost have everything working. Last issue: lack of starup.s file for the stm32f072 2016-04-03T03:23:59 I have one for the stm32f051, I dont remember where I got it 2016-04-03T03:24:36 I was able to get MXCube to spit one out for the STM32f072, but it is in a different format that GCC can not deal with. 2016-04-03T03:24:50 Is there some other way of aquiring this file? 2016-04-03T03:25:14 / can I translate the other format to the one that GCC takes? 2016-04-03T03:26:18 oooh, got one from the standard perphrial library. nm 2016-04-03T03:40:52 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T03:41:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T03:43:10 soviet lcr meter http://www.qrz.ru/images/classifieds/2048×2048/5581483d238c1.jpg 2016-04-03T03:50:11 hm 2016-04-03T03:50:21 anyone ever have an STM32 whose reset line is being half-driven? 2016-04-03T03:50:33 I’m seeing about 1.4-1.5V on it. if I add a 10k to 3.3V it climbs to about 2V 2016-04-03T03:50:42 the rails look good (all 3.3, don’t appear to be missing any) 2016-04-03T03:50:54 I have multiple boards (same design) all doing this so I’m positive it’s something I’ve fucked up 2016-04-03T03:51:20 resistance to gnd and vcc? 2016-04-03T03:53:04 BOOT1/BOOT0 are both pulled to ground through 10k 2016-04-03T03:53:05 moment 2016-04-03T03:54:28 10k to 3.3, ~12k to ground 2016-04-03T03:55:12 unusual numbers, I do NOT have a 10k pullup on that line 2016-04-03T03:55:26 I do have a 0.1uF cap to ground and the reset button to ground 2016-04-03T03:55:29 that’s it though 2016-04-03T03:55:46 oh wait, I do have a resistor 2016-04-03T03:55:49 hang on forgot about it 2016-04-03T03:56:27 yeah, pulled up to 3.3 through 10k physical resistor 2016-04-03T03:57:03 I may have found the culprit 2016-04-03T03:57:54 got an ADG3300 (bidir level translator) sitting on that pin as well, but the “A” side is unpowered 2016-04-03T03:59:06 hm, it’s wired correctly 2016-04-03T03:59:31 the STM32 is on the “Y” side of the ADG3300. VCCY is the STM32’s 3.3V supply rail. 2016-04-03T04:00:07 “A” side of ADG3300 references a 1.8V supply (VCCA must be moment installing pulldown 2016-04-03T04:03:55 nope didn’t help 2016-04-03T04:03:58 but wasn’t a bad idea 2016-04-03T04:11:19 pulling the level translator off the board (so the reset line just has 10k to 3.3V) immediately brings it upt o 3.3v but still can’t talk to it on swd 2016-04-03T04:12:30 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rin_TU7yfM 2016-04-03T04:14:16 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T04:18:21 and now I have my last level of errors! 2016-04-03T04:18:22 http://pastebin.com/cyhqBZDv 2016-04-03T04:18:34 so it looks like some functions are defined twice? 2016-04-03T04:18:47 And I have some issue with the provided startup.s file 2016-04-03T04:18:59 why do I have the worst luck with this stuff…. 2016-04-03T04:21:39 ok. So it looks like some of those are template files 2016-04-03T04:22:38 I am trying to get it in a working state first 2016-04-03T04:22:59 also, should I be putting the libraries on github? 2016-04-03T04:24:06 looking at the licence β€œredistribution must contain copyright licence” 2016-04-03T04:24:09 so I guess I can 2016-04-03T04:24:33 I had someone tell me to remove the standard pephrial library before putting it on github 2016-04-03T04:24:45 but that might have been for size reasons 2016-04-03T04:27:17 ok. Now only two issues 2016-04-03T04:27:41 undefined reference to β€œSystemCoreClock” 2016-04-03T04:27:46 >attempt to justify charging 3x the price for the same instrument, by increasing the model number and very slightly tightening the specs 2016-04-03T04:27:58 in hal_rcc.c 2016-04-03T04:28:22 and undefined reference to Systeminit in startup.s 2016-04-03T04:33:18 hm 2016-04-03T04:33:32 removed the 100nf cap on the reset pin, now there’s nothing on the reset line and still nothing 2016-04-03T04:33:35 this isn’t rocket science 2016-04-03T04:35:47 i never thought head trackign would be a practical thing until i saw this, at which point it all makes sense http://i.imgur.com/ZPJoF4Z.webm 2016-04-03T04:38:47 sorry, i was only thinking of mind bullets 2016-04-03T04:41:18 so SystemCoreClock is an extern in one of the header files 2016-04-03T04:41:28 I am 99% sure its an included file 2016-04-03T04:41:30 uhhh, and deathmaking isnt a cool computer science problem? 2016-04-03T04:41:48 its in my path for includes, and I think one of the files has an #include statement for it 2016-04-03T04:41:48 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T04:42:24 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T04:47:04 yes, I have traced the convoluted path of defines back to the correct file 2016-04-03T04:47:14 so what gives? 2016-04-03T04:47:37 the function is complaining about a undefined reference 2016-04-03T04:48:04 and that varable is defined as an extern via a convoluted path of about 5 #include statements 2016-04-03T04:52:35 so this could be an issue with my linker script? 2016-04-03T04:53:21 the variable is defined as an extern in some header file 2016-04-03T04:53:26 and it should be included 2016-04-03T04:53:51 I have found the header file and gone through and checked the includes 2016-04-03T04:54:33 its defined in system_stm32f0xx.h 2016-04-03T04:55:43 yah, there is also a .c file 2016-04-03T04:56:09 hurm, in my old project versions system_stm******.c/.h were in the top level things 2016-04-03T04:59:20 looks like that file only exsists in the templates directories 2016-04-03T04:59:29 is this something that MXCUBE failed to generate or something? 2016-04-03T05:00:37 this is not good, its one of the pain to deal with files with the clock settings… 2016-04-03T05:01:47 I am keeping things seperate πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T05:01:54 I hope I will only need to run that once 2016-04-03T05:03:44 ah, so it looks like this file is sort of a legacy thing? 2016-04-03T05:04:08 As some HAL function configures it now 2016-04-03T05:05:52 Yes! Everything appears to work! 2016-04-03T05:06:01 or at least compiles…. 2016-04-03T05:07:42 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@217-211-191-115-no39.tbcn.telia.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T05:23:14 is that new? 2016-04-03T05:23:24 I installed mxcube on ubuntu a few weeks ago 2016-04-03T05:27:02 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T05:27:34 Give a man a porno, and he can pleasure himself for a day, teach a man to perv with a drone and he can pleasure himself for a lifetime. 2016-04-03T05:28:13 whee, I got it working. (I think, just running a counter) 2016-04-03T05:28:41 What a yak shaving week, I migrated from st-util to openOCD and from the standard perf library to MXCUBE 2016-04-03T05:36:31 ohsix: huh? you could always run cube in linux or osx 2016-04-03T05:39:19 http://imgur.com/gallery/3q0AgWI dongs wtf is this 2016-04-03T05:40:52 http://imgur.com/gallery/raYdm4z 2016-04-03T05:40:55 disgusting 2016-04-03T05:40:58 jap water park 2016-04-03T05:41:27 i can only imagine what that water is filled with 2016-04-03T05:41:41 its supersaturated in jap though 2016-04-03T05:41:42 you are thinking of india 2016-04-03T05:41:58 D E S I G N A T E D 2016-04-03T05:43:09 oh yay! I even have the device showing up on the usb port! 2016-04-03T05:43:17 http://img.ifcdn.com/images/2c9d85c77855fc467916970e1e7a5d109ab9575bf69fa84217ef12435bc6550c_1.jpg 2016-04-03T05:48:44 http://imgur.com/gallery/QsSHH8u 2016-04-03T05:49:19 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-03T05:50:55 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-03T05:55:55 yay! My working setup: https://github.com/westonb/open-cell-incubator/tree/master/firmware/host_board 2016-04-03T06:08:00 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T06:15:31 -!- timemob [~dongs@g1-27-253-251-7.bmobile.ne.jp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T06:16:06 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Battery-Pack-BMS-Using-For/ 2016-04-03T06:38:25 ok 2016-04-03T06:38:27 so I figured it out 2016-04-03T06:38:41 this new STM32 board has a stupid 4 pin 0.050″ header for SWD 2016-04-03T06:38:47 I have this little adapter board that converts it 2016-04-03T06:38:54 the fucking silk on the adapter board is not right 2016-04-03T06:39:01 swapped SWDCK and SWDIO 2016-04-03T06:39:02 fuck a duck 2016-04-03T06:39:05 this is so fucking stupid 2016-04-03T06:39:14 I checked this a dozen times because it’s happened before 2016-04-03T06:39:23 and a dozen fucking times I mentally swapped them I guess 2016-04-03T06:39:25 fucking hell 2016-04-03T06:39:39 nah 2016-04-03T06:39:44 that was a red herring 2016-04-03T06:39:45 actually 2016-04-03T06:39:47 let me try another board now 2016-04-03T06:40:56 yeah that’s just a red herring. it appears to work fine 2016-04-03T06:41:12 I guess I should put a fucking led blinker app on this just to make fucking sure 2016-04-03T06:41:16 what a crock of shit 2016-04-03T06:44:36 autism technology 2016-04-03T06:45:27 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-03T06:52:44 -!- timemob [~dongs@g1-27-253-251-7.bmobile.ne.jp] has quit [Quit: Bye] 2016-04-03T07:11:35 http://i.imgur.com/HDBhTnY.gifv 2016-04-03T07:11:39 japan? japan. 2016-04-03T07:21:25 http://imgur.com/r/funny/8PoO2dw 2016-04-03T07:37:26 dont harsh my high bro 2016-04-03T08:44:39 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T08:45:24 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T08:51:17 how do anti-spark connectors work 2016-04-03T08:54:42 only connects 1 side ? 2016-04-03T08:54:49 like bridges the + side 2016-04-03T08:57:32 pretty easy 2016-04-03T08:57:45 they have a small conenctor that has a series resistor of liek 10a 2016-04-03T08:57:52 that connects fiorst 2016-04-03T08:58:09 then for full insertion it just connects straight 2016-04-03T08:59:34 http://photos05.redcart.pl/templates/images/description/995/Image/wtyki/xt/XT-90-S_41.jpg example xt-90 antispark 2016-04-03T08:59:49 says 56 ohm 2016-04-03T09:00:05 wait 5.6ohm 2016-04-03T09:01:01 i use xt-150s though, because you can easily series up batts 2016-04-03T09:02:03 ahh okay 2016-04-03T09:02:15 was gonna grab some of those was just trying to see what the magic was 2016-04-03T09:06:54 ?why would you bother with an anti-spark connector 2016-04-03T09:07:54 connector oxidizes 2016-04-03T09:08:37 wbraun, you take chunks out of your connectors 2016-04-03T09:09:10 yea even the lil packs arc a bit 2016-04-03T09:09:16 60v would probably be pretty mean 2016-04-03T09:09:23 if you have say 3300uf of capacitance iin your device and its at 0v and you go to plug in your 60v batrtery pack, inrush current is going to be 100s of amps 2016-04-03T09:09:37 yeah 2016-04-03T09:10:10 after about 10 cycles at 8s it already looks nasty, at 12s it only takes 3-4 2016-04-03T09:10:14 http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__64437__Multistar_High_Capacity_6S_8000mAh_Multi_Rotor_Lipo_Pack_US_Warehouse_.html 2016-04-03T09:10:25 found these, was like cool deal, saw the 10C 2016-04-03T09:10:35 if they say 10C its probably like 2C 2016-04-03T09:10:57 that looks fine 2016-04-03T09:11:02 i’d go with 4x 2016-04-03T09:11:10 ehhh ive heard some shit things about that series of packs 2016-04-03T09:11:47 http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewItem.asp?idproduct=66480 2016-04-03T09:11:53 yeah, i’d almsot never run them in a 1p setup 2016-04-03T09:11:56 these are a nice price too, but same thing 2016-04-03T09:12:28 the 4s10ah are worse $/wh than the 6s8ah 2016-04-03T09:12:41 and they are more connectors 2016-04-03T09:13:22 they dont have any good batt deals right now 2016-04-03T09:13:39 yeah, there was the $44 6s5ah packs i linked 2016-04-03T09:13:53 sure they’re the bottom of the barrel turdigy 2016-04-03T09:14:13 im looking at the USA warehouses though 2016-04-03T09:14:22 but they’ll almost certainly take a big mroe of a beating than those multistar packs 2016-04-03T09:15:26 http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__16207__Turnigy_5000mAh_6S_20C_Lipo_Pack_US_Warehouse_.html 2016-04-03T09:16:41 http://www.readymaderc.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=84_216&products_id=2326 2016-04-03T09:16:52 4s but thats a good ass price 2016-04-03T09:17:08 got a few folks that could grab them from the warehouse and reship 2016-04-03T09:17:15 damn, that is pretty good 2016-04-03T09:17:39 for that price i’d get some 4L OSH park PCBs made up and make real 12s packs from them 2016-04-03T09:18:00 i cant charge 12s though 2016-04-03T09:18:46 you dont have a 60v psu? 2016-04-03T09:18:54 i would build bricks of 3 with 2x 6s balance leads and 2x main battery lead 2016-04-03T09:18:58 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-03T09:19:13 -!- qyx [~qyx@krtko.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T09:19:15 nah I dont 2016-04-03T09:19:22 I dont have a charger that will do it either 2016-04-03T09:19:27 -!- qyx [~qyx@krtko.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T09:19:31 ahh ok 2016-04-03T09:19:47 12s chargers must be more niche? 2016-04-03T09:19:55 cant think of much in the RC world that would use that 2016-04-03T09:19:57 well i still think ifoyu are goign ot do that you should get some PCBs made up and affix the cells properly and then heAtsink em 2016-04-03T09:20:05 maybe some big helis/planes 2016-04-03T09:20:21 i was running 12s on ym 5th scales 2016-04-03T09:21:29 damn I wish I knew I was planning on doing this build back in feb, they brought their entire battery stash down to FL and were slinging them for suuupper cheap 2016-04-03T09:21:34 since they cant mail a bunch of them now 2016-04-03T09:21:56 do you have friends? 2016-04-03T09:21:59 or family? 2016-04-03T09:22:48 I got 2 friends in ohio that are near them 2016-04-03T09:23:15 then flatrape shipping 2016-04-03T09:23:52 if oyu trust the batts, jsut tell em to buy em, pack them VERY well and flat rate ship them but dont declare are batts 2016-04-03T09:25:02 oh ya 2016-04-03T09:25:10 well inside the USA theres no declarations 2016-04-03T09:25:23 but this company is all about following the ‘rules’ 2016-04-03T09:25:29 these guys wont care 2016-04-03T09:25:47 really? in aus, you have to declare batteries in shit 2016-04-03T09:25:53 they will still ship em fine 2016-04-03T09:26:00 they will jsut not stick em on planes 2016-04-03T09:26:22 that could be a rule, lot of boxes come w/ the sticker on the outside 2016-04-03T09:29:32 ohsix, because as you plug in the connector all the inrush current if through the resistor… 2016-04-03T09:30:50 pretty much 2016-04-03T09:31:02 jsut regular action is generally sufficient 2016-04-03T09:31:37 it only takes like 0.01s for the caps to charge, even thorugh 5.6ohm 2016-04-03T09:32:00 but at that time the current is like 50a, not 1000a 2016-04-03T09:32:20 because then you would defeat the purpose of low esr capacitors? 2016-04-03T09:32:32 oh, there is signifigant capacitance after the battery pack? 2016-04-03T09:32:40 yeah 2016-04-03T09:33:02 because at these power levels battery lead inductance is a big deal still 2016-04-03T09:33:08 Ah. I was just thinking of the ESC’s, which you can obviously turn off before you plug it in 2016-04-03T09:33:40 …. 2016-04-03T09:34:28 I was looking at data sheets of some electrolytic caps this week, its interesting how low the inductance is 2016-04-03T09:34:35 only a few nH 2016-04-03T09:35:25 you have capacitance on the ESC to minimize the effects of battery lead inductance, when you plug in the battery, normally there would be a big spike in current, erroding your connectors, however, using an -anti spark conenctor, the inrush current is limited because during the initial connection of the battery, the caps are charged through a resistor, which is then bridged by the connector 2016-04-03T09:35:57 nop you cant use an inductor, because that means oyu would need even more capactiance o nthe esc because the goal ofthe caps are to minimizethe effects of the lead inductance 2016-04-03T09:37:10 im not so sure you want all that current going through an inductor 2016-04-03T09:38:00 ohsix, I have put you on a permanent ignore, public and private. I have found you disturbing, rude and generally not worth talking to. According to the channels you hang on, it strengtens the effect of wanting to put you on ignore because of my lack of interest in you as a person. This message is not meant to be rude to you, just to inform you that i won’t see anything of what you type from now on. 2016-04-03T09:38:34 lol i have that too 2016-04-03T09:38:53 dfgg – I have put you on a permanent ignore, public and private. I have found you disturbing, rude and generally not worth talking to. According to the channels you hang on, it strengtens the effect of wanting to put you on ignore because of my lack of interest in you as a person. This message is not meant to be rude to you, just to inform you that i won’t see anything of what you type from 2016-04-03T09:38:53 now on. 2016-04-03T09:39:36 anyways these connectors are cheap 2016-04-03T09:39:44 and I need some xt90s anyways 2016-04-03T09:40:21 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T09:40:41 yeah, xt-90 anti sparks are cheap, on the big packs that i use with xt-150s i just use an additional 2mm bukllet connecotr with a series resistor as well as the main conenctor and connect that first 2016-04-03T09:41:26 lol xt150 are just bullets? 2016-04-03T09:41:48 yeah bullets with housings and dovetails to join them together 2016-04-03T09:41:56 but htey’re pretty much the biggest RC conector you can get 2016-04-03T09:42:40 i like them because if you do what your planning on doing, you dont need an extra y-lead to put your 62 6s packs in series 2016-04-03T09:42:56 because you can jsut plug them into each other in series 2016-04-03T09:43:58 was trying to find a spring/self centering pot 2016-04-03T09:44:10 for throttle? 2016-04-03T09:44:12 but seems less common than I thought 2016-04-03T09:44:14 yea 2016-04-03T09:44:20 they have those little tiny ones 2016-04-03T09:44:41 with the wheel and button 2016-04-03T09:45:19 yeah, they arent very common 2016-04-03T09:45:31 you’re planning to use vedders esc right? 2016-04-03T09:46:13 there is an example for pushbutton + pot 2016-04-03T09:46:37 so theres a sorta safety 2016-04-03T09:46:50 PeterM ya 2016-04-03T09:46:51 VESC 2016-04-03T09:46:52 though, usually people use the wi-nunchucks dont they? 2016-04-03T09:47:05 yea thats an option 2016-04-03T09:47:10 and only use that throttle thing for bikes? 2016-04-03T09:47:10 but I kinda like the trigger 2016-04-03T09:47:37 buy an ebay/.craigsslist cheapie xbox controller? 2016-04-03T09:47:54 well it needs to go both ways 2016-04-03T09:47:59 forward/rev 2016-04-03T09:48:09 the xbox style ones are springed one way 2016-04-03T09:48:13 eyah? 2016-04-03T09:48:29 do you really need forward and reverse? not just freewheel reverse? 2016-04-03T09:48:45 i can probably draw something up in solidworks and just machine parts to use a regular ole pot 2016-04-03T09:48:51 PeterM well, braking 2016-04-03T09:49:08 so you need that neutral in the middle 2016-04-03T09:51:11 2 buttons? 1 for forward, one for backward and the pot for proportional control? 2016-04-03T09:53:49 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-76-241.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-03T10:15:14 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.81] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T10:20:40 On STM32L1, does anyone know what RTC_Init() returning ERROR can signify? 2016-04-03T10:22:23 ohsix: yea 2016-04-03T10:25:04 dont you have to do something before you dicker with the RTC? 2016-04-03T10:25:08 backup domain 2016-04-03T10:28:10 * @note The RTC Initialization mode is write protected, use the 2016-04-03T10:28:10 * RTC_WriteProtectionCmd(DISABLE) before calling this function. 2016-04-03T10:28:13 this 2016-04-03T10:28:23 https://github.com/dbridges/stm32f4-discovery-lib/blob/master/StdPeriph/src/stm32f4xx_rtc.c#L444 2016-04-03T10:29:03 hmmm maybe thats done in RTC_Init 2016-04-03T10:30:49 Just follow the code. In rtc_init the only possible error return is from “enterInitMode”, which too has only one error exit possiblility. 2016-04-03T10:31:57 prescaler error? 2016-04-03T10:34:22 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T10:34:31 ok i was missing RCC_RTCCLKCmd(ENABLE); 2016-04-03T10:43:58 hmm not RTC_GetTime() is returning all zeroes 2016-04-03T10:47:21 nevermind, works now 2016-04-03T11:13:42 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T11:26:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T11:32:37 yea on april 1st ;p 2016-04-03T11:40:05 -!- grummund [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T11:50:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.81] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T12:00:01 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T12:02:06 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.139.221] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T12:02:30 lol, why me? πŸ™ 2016-04-03T12:03:30 random leter+tab 2016-04-03T12:03:34 letter* 2016-04-03T12:11:27 oh, i see 2016-04-03T12:18:37 wait, dfgg was a real person, i thought you jsut mashed keys 2016-04-03T12:43:49 wat 2016-04-03T12:50:56 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-38ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T12:56:00 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T13:00:33 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T13:07:20 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-03T13:08:08 There was some VESC talk going on here this morning. Anybody know where to tune the startup-speed? I Have a bike-hub-motor that isn’t so fast…. 2016-04-03T13:10:02 rewolff1, consider sending vedder a message 2016-04-03T13:10:15 that is his handle on freenode 2016-04-03T13:10:19 worked once. 2016-04-03T13:10:50 i.e. I’ve seen it happen like 20 times that someone asks a question but he doesn’t reply. 2016-04-03T13:20:32 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T13:32:05 rewolff1 ramping? 2016-04-03T13:32:28 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T13:32:40 Am I going to find it knowing just that or do you need to tell me where it is hidden in the menus. 2016-04-03T13:32:45 Let me start BLDC_tool. 2016-04-03T13:35:14 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T13:39:33 ReadError: no idea, some guy cleaning a bike on google streetview? 2016-04-03T13:44:47 ReadError: Ehh. After not getting bldc_tool to compile on my current workstation, I’ve copied over the binary from my laptop. That works. I see “max current ramp step” , sped limit ramp step, duty ramp step 2016-04-03T13:45:00 Those do not seem to be “it”. 2016-04-03T13:45:36 There is also “foc-> duty downramp” that I also don’t think is relevant. 2016-04-03T13:46:03 rewolff1 jpa might be a good person to ask 2016-04-03T13:46:10 ive only messed with on bench so far 2016-04-03T13:47:03 stfu 2016-04-03T13:48:25 go nuck yourself m8 2016-04-03T13:49:40 shitty mobile CPU in that nuc 2016-04-03T13:49:42 uselesss as fuq 2016-04-03T13:49:49 that wont even run altium properly 2016-04-03T13:49:59 i mean it will, it will just chug badly 2016-04-03T13:51:54 do you even need it to be small 2016-04-03T13:54:09 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:00:17 No longer enough space in aussieland? 2016-04-03T14:00:58 Yo momma. 2016-04-03T14:02:51 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-03T14:08:04 rewolff1: yeah, vedder gets way too many questions to answer them all 2016-04-03T14:08:29 youtube em mr. crt 2016-04-03T14:08:37 and the VESC parameters are pretty complex and confusing 2016-04-03T14:08:53 i ended up just making custom esc code for my ebike 2016-04-03T14:14:10 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:14:11 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T14:15:53 ReadError, jpa: thanks for the help! It runs! 2016-04-03T14:16:10 The parameter is “duty ramp step (at 1 kHz)” 2016-04-03T14:16:35 jpa- wrote esc code from scratch? 2016-04-03T14:16:54 jpa- wrote esc code from scratch? 2016-04-03T14:17:16 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T14:20:24 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-03T14:21:35 sensored ESC is super easy to do 2016-04-03T14:21:46 its like 50 lines of code for a dumb one 2016-04-03T14:21:51 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@65.235.63.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-03T14:22:11 and you get most of the advanced stuff for free with TIM1/TIM8 2016-04-03T14:23:30 what the fuck since when does win10 require “signing in to your account” to download updates 2016-04-03T14:23:40 it doesn’t? 2016-04-03T14:23:49 i just got an error about that 2016-04-03T14:23:52 running updates 2016-04-03T14:24:01 ‘some updates failed to download because you weren’t signed into your account’ 2016-04-03T14:24:10 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:24:16 but i just hit retryand it sowrking so i guess it was just something dumb 2016-04-03T14:24:18 They are not monitoring you in anyway. 2016-04-03T14:24:49 dongs: yeah 2016-04-03T14:24:57 i did FOC but still trivial simple 2016-04-03T14:27:02 yeah and coonsidering with the f4 you’re essentially trying to water your potplants with a firehose… 2016-04-03T14:28:07 hmm 2016-04-03T14:28:09 alt0tab is brokenb 2016-04-03T14:30:12 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T14:31:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:33:19 your device is up today 2016-04-03T14:33:23 er, up to date rather 2016-04-03T14:34:25 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:35:10 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T14:36:42 yes 2016-04-03T14:36:43 finally 2016-04-03T14:36:54 time to checkout freelancer 2016-04-03T14:37:49 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/SUB-STATION-PROTECTION-AND-CONTROL/ 2016-04-03T14:37:52 lol 2016-04-03T14:38:15 66KV substation “protection” design for $250 2016-04-03T14:42:16 who is offering it? 2016-04-03T14:42:22 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T14:42:36 i mean, if its someone in india wanting to buy protection 2016-04-03T14:42:55 Egyot 2016-04-03T14:43:21 employer in egypt 2016-04-03T14:43:33 offers from pakistan, sri lanka, india 2016-04-03T14:43:35 if it was for india, i’d get them to do a stepup transofrmer, maybe 5x and then run the cable around the substation, the substation is protected from people trying to steal your lectricity 2016-04-03T14:44:15 lol copper theft 2016-04-03T14:44:50 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:44:51 eyoo try steap the copper when its at 600kv 2016-04-03T14:47:05 we got a wave of gypsies in italy and they’ve started stealing copper 2016-04-03T14:49:44 they steal copper cables from the underground trains btw, electrified at 10kv 2016-04-03T14:53:31 10kv is fine, kitchen gloves will keep you safe 2016-04-03T14:53:39 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T14:54:13 beyond about 50kv fiberglass poles are needed though 2016-04-03T14:54:30 that is for low impedance supplies 2016-04-03T14:54:46 kitchen gloves? really? 2016-04-03T14:55:00 i dont mean the small latex things 2016-04-03T14:55:09 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T14:55:58 http://www.unicaregroup.com/assets/modules/pcm/products/192/images/thumb_primeco_mapa_green.jpg these kinda gloves 2016-04-03T14:55:58 crt: eh funny i was about to tell something about a crt 2016-04-03T14:56:28 crt: 25 years ago a friend of mine cut the wire between a crt and the crt transformer 2016-04-03T14:56:51 with a cutting pliers that was supposedly isolated 2016-04-03T14:56:55 kek 2016-04-03T14:57:08 >0.5mm thick yellow rubber 2016-04-03T14:57:13 hed ahve probably gotten a burn 2016-04-03T14:57:30 not life threatening, just fuckign painful 2016-04-03T14:57:41 he made a big jump against a whole and the rubber which was yellow initially turned blue where his fingers were 2016-04-03T14:57:45 err against a WALL 2016-04-03T14:58:23 not dark blue or anything but you could clearly see the hue changed 2016-04-03T14:58:25 no 2016-04-03T14:58:37 it was off so he assumed he was safe 2016-04-03T14:58:46 kek 2016-04-03T14:59:39 it did for a bit πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T15:00:06 standard practice is get a well safety rated screwdriver, put a crock clip on the end, clip it to a 470ohm power resistor, tie the power resistor to part of the chassis, and stick it under the cap of the HT 2016-04-03T15:00:23 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Detailed-technical-drawings-for-new/ 2016-04-03T15:00:26 wat 2016-04-03T15:01:13 like who designs a new car on dicklancer 2016-04-03T15:01:32 probably some chinese car clone company 2016-04-03T15:01:39 supposedly norway 2016-04-03T15:01:41 actually, even they wouldnt 2016-04-03T15:01:55 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T15:02:14 https://www.freelancer.com/u/espenkvalvik.html 2016-04-03T15:02:14 wtf 2016-04-03T15:02:16 its this guy 2016-04-03T15:02:22 it’s zyp’s future car 2016-04-03T15:02:28 its probably just zyp 2016-04-03T15:02:31 tryin to troll me 2016-04-03T15:02:57 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fresco_Norway 2016-04-03T15:03:09 http://www.frescomotors.com/#!about/cmmhf 2016-04-03T15:03:30 The companyҀ™s products are powerful electric cars and every new model is aimed to be more affordable to the masses. 2016-04-03T15:03:35 totally zyp’s secretproj 2016-04-03T15:04:00 hes making the DIN rail charger thing for them 2016-04-03T15:04:45 charge your electric car by usb 2016-04-03T15:05:26 News 2016-04-03T15:05:26 1/1/2020 2016-04-03T15:05:27 Designs for the first car is finished… 2016-04-03T15:05:27 …and it looks like an early christmas! 2016-04-03T15:05:28 It’s been many years, but the first car is finally designed. It’s going to be one hundred percent electric and autonomous. The car will also contain two elements which, up to now, is classified. 300 miles per charge. 2016-04-03T15:05:29 with usb 3 it would only take like… a month to charge the tesla model 3 2016-04-03T15:05:34 at least they have a reasonable timeline 2016-04-03T15:05:40 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T15:06:11 zyp: comment on trollmotors plz 2016-04-03T15:09:59 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T15:10:45 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/C-Programming/need-for-experience-coder-who/ 2016-04-03T15:11:42 wut 2016-04-03T15:16:12 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T15:19:17 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.139.221] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T15:19:31 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.244] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T15:38:25 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T15:41:11 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T15:44:07 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T15:49:40 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T15:50:11 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:01:55 i know this sounds dumb, but anyone know of a nice high power usb light? like a 10W (2A) fucker. 2016-04-03T16:04:04 do you need ti as a load or as a light? 2016-04-03T16:04:10 as a light 2016-04-03T16:04:18 pref’ly on a gooseneck 2016-04-03T16:04:42 no idea, however, if oyu get one of the ikea gooseneck led lamps you can probably mod it nicely 2016-04-03T16:04:42 the ikea looks neat, but is dim as fuck 2016-04-03T16:04:51 kek 2016-04-03T16:04:52 ya i might go that route 2016-04-03T16:05:07 10w is a lot to dissipate remember 2016-04-03T16:05:31 “caution: case is hot” … problem solved. 2016-04-03T16:05:46 i run 15w through 2x 30w leds (so each at 7.5w) and they get pretty hot on a heatsink with no fan 2016-04-03T16:06:19 10w into that ikea lamp and you’d stark lifting paint 2016-04-03T16:06:23 start 2016-04-03T16:06:26 hehe i remember the 100W led i made a boost converter for. put the led on a huge ass heatsink and the shit still got fucking toasty 2016-04-03T16:06:50 i’d probably get a 30w LED and under drive it 2016-04-03T16:06:59 mhmmm 2016-04-03T16:07:03 easier to get the heat out 2016-04-03T16:07:14 those 3w LEDs are a cunt to get the heat out from 2016-04-03T16:07:20 k 2016-04-03T16:07:27 and if you want 10w…. 2016-04-03T16:08:14 ya, lights fucing suc 2016-04-03T16:08:26 random led lamp i bought at shop was dim as shit 2016-04-03T16:08:40 just buy enclosure and trash the leds and replace with your own stuff 2016-04-03T16:09:57 also asshole desk lamps that use blueish-white leds 2016-04-03T16:10:00 instead of warm white 2016-04-03T16:10:28 hmmm i wonder if the ikea clamp led light is powered by a universal brick of its custom for 120v or 240v 2016-04-03T16:10:36 s/of/if 2016-04-03T16:10:52 i think its like 5v plugpack + resistor or osmething 2016-04-03T16:10:53 s/of/or 2016-04-03T16:11:00 hmmm 2016-04-03T16:11:07 shit ive seen was just a fucking USB connector 2016-04-03T16:11:11 do you want to buy for .cn use or for back home use? 2016-04-03T16:11:15 going into a wallbrick 2016-04-03T16:11:27 cn 2016-04-03T16:11:35 fucking office lighting in cn is a joke 2016-04-03T16:11:38 looks like youll be in cn fora while 2016-04-03T16:11:42 you should have no problems findinig LED shits then 2016-04-03T16:11:43 makes me rage so hard 2016-04-03T16:11:53 just get some led bars 2016-04-03T16:11:57 stick them on wood 2016-04-03T16:12:02 and hook that shit up to a smps 2016-04-03T16:12:09 lol 2016-04-03T16:12:10 its not like they;ll care about power consumption etc there 2016-04-03T16:12:56 o well time to bed 2016-04-03T16:13:00 jsut make sure yo ugo with a local when shopping for electronics in shanghai, they wiull rip you off something cronic unlike SZ 2016-04-03T16:13:06 but srsly, lighting in cn is such fucking shit. dim as fuck ~everywhere, and they LOVE blue ass daylight light (6500+K) 2016-04-03T16:13:15 haha 2016-04-03T16:13:17 terrible 2016-04-03T16:13:42 all they use the shittest CFLs that take like 20 minutes to reach full brightness 2016-04-03T16:13:43 tbh i kinda like coolwhite too, but thats because i usually spend all my time outside, so its easier on my eyes 2016-04-03T16:13:56 psh 2016-04-03T16:14:00 outside!? 2016-04-03T16:14:03 the fuck is tht 2016-04-03T16:14:16 i like 3500-4000K 2016-04-03T16:14:19 i only vape indoors 2016-04-03T16:15:17 and ya, im not buying a light from some cn vendor. its fucking ~impossible to get quality here 2016-04-03T16:15:34 its like cheap shit, or overpriced decent shit that they feel is a luxuory 2016-04-03T16:15:51 take a local flight to sz 2016-04-03T16:15:55 and pickout some led bars 2016-04-03T16:16:17 k bedtime 2016-04-03T16:16:20 i’ll just amazon some shit to cali, and bring it back to cn on my next flight 2016-04-03T16:17:01 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:17:01 which reminds me, amazon.cn … lolwut. fucking trash. 2016-04-03T16:17:40 seems like ~every vendor on cn is just a dropship organizer 2016-04-03T16:17:43 oh if you’r gonna do that, get standard incandescant desk lamp, take out incandescant bulb, put in quality LED downlight, fuckign done 2016-04-03T16:18:33 but LED bulbs are not universal? e.g. cali bulb might pop in cn 2016-04-03T16:18:59 i mean like shit that you’d be from an electrical wholesaler that sparkys go to, not chink shit 2016-04-03T16:19:20 and not led buld, liek actual LED downlight 2016-04-03T16:19:39 liek the things with the heatsinks and shti and drivers built in 2016-04-03T16:19:45 oh 2016-04-03T16:19:49 it’ll tkae like 2 screws to attach 2016-04-03T16:20:01 and itll work and itll last 2016-04-03T16:21:03 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T16:21:20 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:21:39 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:21:52 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@151.68.120.243] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-03T16:21:52 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:21:53 i kinda feel like trolling my coworkers and bringing one of these big fuckers to work http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/70216544/ 2016-04-03T16:22:10 or 3 2016-04-03T16:23:20 dude, troll your coworkers, bring a 400w metal halide highbay light to work 2016-04-03T16:23:52 lol 2016-04-03T16:24:31 actually… you may be able to find a decent led highbay light there 2016-04-03T16:31:28 o0 upgrdman 2016-04-03T16:31:34 ? 2016-04-03T16:34:13 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:35:55 0o Sync 2016-04-03T16:36:13 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T16:36:57 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T16:37:07 0.o 2016-04-03T16:42:59 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-38ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T16:53:20 wtf. does qualcomm make anything they sell direct to consumers? 2016-04-03T16:53:29 fucking qualcomm commercials on tv here in cn 2016-04-03T16:53:34 like wtf, why 2016-04-03T16:53:47 iirc only dev systems 2016-04-03T16:54:08 they have platform dev targets, like tablets and phoens for their latest SOC 2016-04-03T16:54:50 ya. i wonder why theyre spending money to advertice on cn tv then 2016-04-03T16:54:57 at 10pm too 2016-04-03T16:55:27 dunno, lots of engies? 2016-04-03T16:56:18 maybe, but im not in shenzhen 2016-04-03T16:56:29 i think there is a kinda group of very old people who feel qualcomm is a big player like microsoft 2016-04-03T16:56:36 and the spots should remind the people that they exist πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-03T16:57:52 I want Motorola ads on tv 2016-04-03T16:58:05 just to make sure they still exist 2016-04-03T16:58:08 πŸ™ 2016-04-03T16:58:34 they dont 2016-04-03T16:58:37 thats lenobo 2016-04-03T16:58:40 bro 2016-04-03T17:00:20 but isnt it fascinating that qualcomm still exist? they can be proud πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-03T17:00:47 PeterM: nah, not the iphone bullshit, the real radio engineers who made interesting frontends for ptp bridges 2016-04-03T17:00:57 I think Ubiquiti “bought” all the team 2016-04-03T17:01:07 they’re left with the TRBO shit 2016-04-03T17:02:05 upgrdman: what was the commercial about ? 2016-04-03T17:02:19 i think they don’t even sell their dev systems directly 2016-04-03T17:02:25 in fact the first half-decent Ubiquiti products (their TDMA for gbit links on 24 GHz) came out after Motorola came in 2016-04-03T17:02:29 intrinsic does that 2016-04-03T17:02:58 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:04:22 Lux, its just a bunch of abstract 10 second commercials. 2016-04-03T17:04:27 and i dont understand chinese 2016-04-03T17:04:29 but 2016-04-03T17:04:44 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.244] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T17:04:45 it feels like a “making life better” type of marketing wank 2016-04-03T17:04:51 ah ok 2016-04-03T17:04:58 so like getting the name out there 2016-04-03T17:05:07 ya 2016-04-03T17:05:46 lorenzo, ahh, yeah, ubiquiti did snatch up all the moto staff that were in their RF bussiness 2016-04-03T17:05:56 good shit too 2016-04-03T17:13:12 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:fc0b:eb74:5971:817e] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:17:54 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:30:15 -!- saph0 [uid154691@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-ekfaxcbbtfbuvbgh] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-03T17:33:20 ah the version of fatfs i was using was indeed broken 2016-04-03T17:33:42 greetings to ST for bundling a 2 years old buggy version with their stm32cube shit 2016-04-03T17:34:00 err i mean congrats 2016-04-03T17:36:13 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-03T17:37:16 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T17:39:58 -!- Rob235_ [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:40:06 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:40:52 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T17:41:52 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-03T17:50:49 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:51:15 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.87] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:51:41 lol mitrax_ 2016-04-03T17:54:22 -!- specialcharacter [5316fd9f@gateway/web/freenode/ip.83.22.253.159] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:54:33 Hi 2016-04-03T17:54:57 is STM32F7 Discovery using ucLinux in its demo? 2016-04-03T17:55:05 If not, what is it then? 2016-04-03T17:55:42 isnt it some emwin stuff? 2016-04-03T17:56:12 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-03T17:56:56 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T17:58:51 Hmm, did ST really keep the old website online as well this time? Or did they do that after complaints .. 2016-04-03T17:59:07 www2 vs www 2016-04-03T17:59:47 Steffanx: it looks like you are right. ” STemWin, a professional graphical stack solution available in binary format and based on the emWin solution” 2016-04-03T17:59:51 Thanks 2016-04-03T18:01:13 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:01:32 You can download the source of it if you want to specialcharacter 2016-04-03T18:01:43 ( of the demo that is ) 2016-04-03T18:01:49 http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF259429# 2016-04-03T18:02:31 Looking through the files shortly it seems its freertos 2016-04-03T18:03:01 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.87] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-03T18:05:27 so th2822 is not based on the cyrustek chipset. it actually seems to be the same or similar design as the applent at825 (but no color tft display) 2016-04-03T18:05:52 Steffanx: Damn.. so choice now will be even harder. I’m considering using stm32 or beaglebone for my project (LCD + GSM module). I’m quite familiar with linux, but not so much in bare metal, but also wanted to try uClinux or Freertos 2016-04-03T18:06:38 seems like 2 very different things 2016-04-03T18:07:03 freertos is just tasks queues and timers, no drivers or APIs 2016-04-03T18:07:30 definitely not posix compatible 2016-04-03T18:08:03 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-03T18:08:17 specialcharacter: is that for work or a personal project with no deadline? 2016-04-03T18:08:30 mitrax_: personal project 2016-04-03T18:08:40 just to learn things 2016-04-03T18:08:46 specialcharacter: then i’d give baremetal a try, you will learn plenty 2016-04-03T18:10:33 mitrax_: should I try uClinux on F7 discovery board? I was told this project is not so actively developed actually 2016-04-03T18:10:42 nah 2016-04-03T18:11:08 specialcharacter: Try ChibiOS? 2016-04-03T18:11:33 chibios+ugfx ? 2016-04-03T18:11:48 specialcharacter: I wouldn’t personally run linux on an F7, ChibiOS will be much better for realtime stuff, and a SoC with real linux will be much better for higher level stuff 2016-04-03T18:11:49 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sREc67WIdgM&feature=youtu.be 2016-04-03T18:12:15 ReadError: Yup sounds good 2016-04-03T18:12:32 yeah 2016-04-03T18:12:54 if you insist on running linux it’s better to get some cortex-a5 chip or something 2016-04-03T18:14:29 Thanks guys. I’ll try with chibios and ugfx as soon as I get my f7disco πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T18:14:44 specialcharacter: if you go the stm32 way use a rtos such as chibios, freertos and some libs such libopencm3. At some point you may decide you need a more powerful platform with a full fledged OS etc, but you’ll have gained some experience from it 2016-04-03T18:16:18 specialcharacter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga1wVUcCJB8 2016-04-03T18:16:20 what about all those new fancy IoT OSes, anyone tried those? 2016-04-03T18:16:36 specialcharacter: I need to get an f7 disco too, they look great πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T18:16:54 brillo, contiki, riot, … 2016-04-03T18:17:20 do they even run on rpi etc 2016-04-03T18:19:10 mitrax_: noted, thanks:) 2016-04-03T18:19:29 trepidacious: great movie. Looks like ugfx is what I need 2016-04-03T18:21:09 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:22:18 -!- specialcharacter [5316fd9f@gateway/web/freenode/ip.83.22.253.159] has quit [Quit: Page closed] 2016-04-03T18:22:56 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:27:43 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@217-211-191-115-no39.tbcn.telia.com] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T18:29:44 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T18:36:25 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.183] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:46:43 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:50:36 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T18:50:46 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-03T18:51:32 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:55:15 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T18:57:29 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-03T19:01:06 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:01:29 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:02:01 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T19:02:13 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:05:40 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-03T19:12:49 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.183] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T19:17:08 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-03T19:26:32 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.247] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:29:50 -!- Thorn__ [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:33:11 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-03T19:34:47 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:35:50 contiki is a disaster zone 2016-04-03T19:35:58 its like the arduino of RTOS 2016-04-03T19:41:59 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:49:15 Laurenceb: have you had the opportunity to test the range of those SP1ML modules yet? 2016-04-03T19:50:35 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:50:36 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T19:50:47 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Read error: No route to host] 2016-04-03T19:50:55 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:52:16 Whats wrong w ith contiki Laurenceb_? 2016-04-03T19:52:52 mitrax_: nope been too busy with Qt 2016-04-03T19:52:56 Laurenceb_: does contiki even try to be realtime? 2016-04-03T19:53:03 Steffanx: its a disorganised clusterfuck 2016-04-03T19:53:08 probably not 2016-04-03T19:54:53 -!- Thorn__ is now known as Thorn 2016-04-03T19:55:01 contiki seems a bit like nuttx.. lots of features, not so clear what works and what doesn’t and how 2016-04-03T19:56:30 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T19:56:38 yeah only its even more disorganised than nuttx 2016-04-03T19:57:51 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-03T20:09:07 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-03T20:09:43 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T20:16:13 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T20:52:06 dongs, looks like bullshit all over 2016-04-03T20:53:08 dongs, there’s no Β«fresco motors» or anything in the norwegian company registry, and the guy is apparently a marketing student 2016-04-03T20:53:38 yeah well, that’s pretty obv 2016-04-03T20:53:47 1200km range and 2 years of dev time 2016-04-03T20:53:52 good luck with that 2016-04-03T20:54:14 well, that too πŸ™‚ 2016-04-03T20:54:30 I mean 1200km wouldn’t be unreasonable but uh 2016-04-03T20:54:46 developing a car platform in 2 years is pretty unreasonable 2016-04-03T20:56:04 1200km is fairly unreasonable with todays battery tech 2016-04-03T20:56:04 1200km electric car?! 2016-04-03T20:56:40 not impossible, but not very useful either 2016-04-03T20:57:33 500km was maybe borderline possible about a year ago 2016-04-03T20:57:49 but now Tesla has got all Panasonics capacity 2016-04-03T20:58:00 so the best cells arent even available any more 2016-04-03T21:00:09 The first model can run 1500 km per charge 2016-04-03T21:00:11 WTF 2016-04-03T21:00:12 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.1.133] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-03T21:00:49 not if you put like 3 tons of batteries in the car zyp πŸ˜› 2016-04-03T21:00:55 and have like a 20kW motor 2016-04-03T21:01:08 lol 2016-04-03T21:01:27 with 900kg of batteries I get about 500km max range 2016-04-03T21:03:02 I thought tesla could do 500km in good conditions 2016-04-03T21:03:28 the models with the largest batteries, I mean 2016-04-03T21:06:50 I was scaling the official Tesla range 2016-04-03T21:06:57 I dunno lol 2016-04-03T21:07:06 more than 500km looks pretty impossible 2016-04-03T21:07:17 impossible in what sense? 2016-04-03T21:07:44 the car ends up being a pile of batteries with a passenger attached 2016-04-03T21:08:18 sure, that’s why I say not impossible, but not very useful either :p 2016-04-03T21:09:48 When we’ll have the first emdrive car Laurenceb_? 2016-04-03T21:10:10 I mean, take a sprinter van and load it up with 3 tons of batteries πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-03T21:11:25 lol 2016-04-03T21:11:55 Steffanx: Emdrive is slowly turning into another eestor or steorn 2016-04-03T21:12:10 I was hoping for an epic exposure of fakery 2016-04-03T21:12:18 lol steorn 2016-04-03T21:12:28 but instead its just slowly looking more and more fake, boring 2016-04-03T21:13:01 Steorn and EEstor were similar, I could have been funny if someone exposed it as fake at the beginning, but the truth came out slowly and it was ultra boring 2016-04-03T21:14:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.247] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-03T21:14:31 although with EEstor and Steorn it takes there is a fudged equation in the EEstor patent 2016-04-03T21:15:17 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T21:15:53 Steorn you can see they extract magnetic potential energy from the published data 2016-04-03T21:16:48 it’s looking like emdrive was faked using crazy high power ceiling fans 2016-04-03T21:17:03 that counterrotating helicopter type thing in the video 2016-04-03T21:17:27 i thought that was one of his ‘experiments’ 2016-04-03T21:17:30 o0 2016-04-03T21:18:07 I need to create my own fake technology 2016-04-03T21:18:29 you need marketing skills for that, not technical 2016-04-03T21:18:44 its obviously the way to get rich, Shawyer has >Β£1M investment 2016-04-03T21:20:38 surely horse telemetry is worth more than that 2016-04-03T21:20:41 even Elon Musk does fake technologies – Hyperloop 2016-04-03T21:23:16 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.67] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T21:30:16 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-03T21:32:39 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-03T21:39:32 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T21:39:51 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T21:40:47 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:fc0b:eb74:5971:817e] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-03T22:05:45 -!- Martin90 [~Martin@212.87.229.42] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-03T22:06:28 what do you use to generate high frequency clock 2016-04-03T22:06:30 ? 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2016-04-04T00:18:04 is it recommended to use HAL drivers ? 2016-04-04T00:19:41 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.29.73] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:20:26 how you feel 2016-04-04T00:20:37 -!- fenugrec_ [~Q@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:20:49 does it matter ? 2016-04-04T00:21:29 it can make project more complicated than it should be 2016-04-04T00:22:19 hmm in assumtion it should make things simpler, shouldn’t it ? 2016-04-04T00:22:26 but it can be huge productivity gain of course in terms of project timeline 2016-04-04T00:23:03 hmm what di you mean by timelin here ? 2016-04-04T00:23:17 fatser deployment ? 2016-04-04T00:23:26 don’t you think? 2016-04-04T00:24:14 some puritans preffer to write their own handlers 2016-04-04T00:24:25 to everything 2016-04-04T00:24:42 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:24:58 of course it’s an aproach to things when you want and absolutelly need to understand 100% what is going on 2016-04-04T00:25:04 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-64.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-04T00:26:02 http://i.imgur.com/zsCHkEH.jpg 2016-04-04T00:26:55 kakimir, so what’s the conclusion HAL or no ? πŸ˜› 2016-04-04T00:28:03 no conclusions 2016-04-04T00:29:24 you mention own handler, what is the minimal lib/driver we need to be able to write all initialization independently ? 2016-04-04T00:31:20 http://commons.erau.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3176&context=space-congress-proceedings 2016-04-04T00:31:27 Hyperloop prior art 2016-04-04T00:33:08 neat 2016-04-04T00:34:17 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-04T00:34:33 or you could just use conventional rails 2016-04-04T00:34:50 Bombardier have made >500km/h rail bogies 2016-04-04T00:35:09 and still run in a tube with mini “cars” 2016-04-04T00:35:25 in a vacuum? 2016-04-04T00:36:09 yes 2016-04-04T00:36:28 how low do they pull it 2016-04-04T00:36:37 the airflow “issue” Musk is obsessed with is a non issue if you have interconnect 2016-04-04T00:36:46 you know… like the channel tunnel uses 2016-04-04T00:36:50 * Laurenceb_ facepalms 2016-04-04T00:36:58 about 250 to 500Pa 2016-04-04T00:38:17 or you just run 500km/h in air 2016-04-04T00:39:19 yes lol 2016-04-04T00:39:34 pantographs dont seem to work above about 300km/h 2016-04-04T00:39:49 with a tube you could run +-20kV down the rails 2016-04-04T00:40:35 China high speed rail (designed by Bombardier) was run at 300km/h but they had too many issues with the pantograph 2016-04-04T00:40:43 IIRC it was reduced to 280 or something 2016-04-04T00:40:45 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T00:41:03 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:41:05 also noisy and uses tons of power 2016-04-04T00:41:20 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-04T00:42:22 then there is the question of whether anyone actually cares about the speed – market elasticity and so on 2016-04-04T00:42:25 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T00:42:41 -!- saph0 [uid154691@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-pefohpsrnfumbfnl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:42:49 Laurenceb_: tell that the tgv 2016-04-04T00:42:56 they did 540km/h with a panto iirc 2016-04-04T00:43:06 -!- saph0 [uid154691@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-pefohpsrnfumbfnl] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-04T00:43:15 yeah and it was obliterated 2016-04-04T00:43:24 the ICE has no problems with it 2016-04-04T00:43:54 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:44:06 interesting 2016-04-04T00:44:21 italy high speed trains run at 350km/h regularry with no issues 2016-04-04T00:45:49 also pfft bombardier 2016-04-04T00:45:58 -!- fenugrec [~R@108.161.164.103] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T00:46:04 maybe I remembered wrong 2016-04-04T00:46:12 I think I was out by 60km/h 2016-04-04T00:46:36 In July 2011, however, top train speeds were lowered to 300 km/h (186 mph). 2016-04-04T00:46:56 yeah they were _lowered to _ 300km/h 2016-04-04T00:47:18 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-206-71.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T00:47:56 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-17-211.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-04T00:48:17 -!- Martin90 [~Martin@212.87.229.42] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T00:49:13 so realistically hyperloop would only be about twice as fast as fastest high speed rail 2016-04-04T00:49:19 seems a bit boring lol πŸ˜€ 2016-04-04T00:50:26 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-speed_rail#/media/File:TGV_World_Speed_Record_574_km_per_hour.jpg 2016-04-04T00:50:31 see arc on the pantograph 2016-04-04T00:51:11 what would construction cost on hyperloop be vs maglev? 2016-04-04T00:51:42 prob cheaper than maglev 2016-04-04T00:53:19 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f77721f.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-04T00:55:42 the japanese maglev shinkansen seems pretty decent 2016-04-04T00:55:53 yeah but it is fast as heck at that point Laurenceb_ πŸ˜€ 2016-04-04T00:56:49 also notice the super high number of sleepers 2016-04-04T00:57:13 the travelling wave deformation of the line in front of the pantograph looks pretty cool 2016-04-04T00:59:52 wow thats some serious deformation 2016-04-04T01:06:42 What is that blasted website that you can throw a bunch of food at it you got in your fridge / pantry et cand tells you what you can make with it? 2016-04-04T01:07:19 WTF did you just say? 2016-04-04T01:07:50 What is that blasted website that you can throw a bunch of food at it you got in your fridge / pantry et cand tells you what you can make with it? 2016-04-04T01:07:53 trololo 2016-04-04T01:07:58 (you said what did I just say) 2016-04-04T01:08:18 supercook.com, also, be more coherent please 2016-04-04T01:09:46 BrainDamage: chill I was just teasing πŸ˜› 2016-04-04T01:20:58 https://imgur.com/gallery/FWvFz wall papers 2016-04-04T01:22:19 for your amiga 2016-04-04T01:23:38 is there even any good one 2016-04-04T01:23:46 are you guys now into trains? 2016-04-04T01:27:37 hmm, having two st DfUsE Demo instances open at the same time causes bsod 2016-04-04T01:29:59 -!- Teeed [~teeed@na1noc.pl] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-04T01:31:56 -!- Teeed [~teeed@na1noc.pl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T01:33:15 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T01:42:49 -!- emeb [~ericb@174-22-195-186.phnx.qwest.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T01:44:09 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-04T01:53:37 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T01:57:25 why.. have 2? 2016-04-04T01:58:45 mistake 2016-04-04T01:59:18 I’m not saying you were a mistake 2016-04-04T02:00:49 πŸ˜› 2016-04-04T02:03:01 full of what? 2016-04-04T02:05:32 sounds actually good idea 2016-04-04T02:05:42 3phase kettle 2016-04-04T02:05:49 10kW 2016-04-04T02:06:52 30s assuming no losses 2016-04-04T02:08:06 ? 2016-04-04T02:08:50 10kW will rise 1L by 80Β°C in approx 30s assuming the losses from the kettle walls are negligible 2016-04-04T02:09:18 that sounds pretty much what it should be’ 2016-04-04T02:09:42 30seconds – litre of stimulant 2016-04-04T02:11:24 you could improve on that 2016-04-04T02:11:42 replace the 3 phase supply with a radiothermal nuclear source 2016-04-04T02:12:08 I was thinking something chemical approach 2016-04-04T02:12:22 literally explode the water hot 2016-04-04T02:15:54 google must be playing a joke on me 2016-04-04T02:16:56 it adstorms me some baby shitters 2016-04-04T02:17:05 and it doesn’t turn off 2016-04-04T02:18:20 bah , back to kettles 2016-04-04T02:19:25 water is tricky to heat too fast due to the steam bubbles created close to the heat source right ? 2016-04-04T02:20:05 so maybe under very low pressure , could be forced to boil much faster ? 2016-04-04T02:20:35 too slow 2016-04-04T02:20:54 just pump it hard 2016-04-04T02:21:15 keep it pressurised of keep it moving 2016-04-04T02:21:18 *or 2016-04-04T02:21:21 or both 2016-04-04T02:22:05 water behaves like a solid above certain pressure 2016-04-04T02:22:49 maybe really powerful magnetron is the way forward ? 2016-04-04T02:23:25 good idea? http://www.tme.eu/en/details/bm857s/portable-digital-multimeters/brymen/ http://www.tme.eu/en/details/bm867/portable-digital-multimeters/brymen/bm867s/ 2016-04-04T02:24:25 there’s even an eevblog themed brymen model (a cheaper one) 2016-04-04T02:24:50 https://www.eevblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/BM235-EEVblog-Face-50.jpg 2016-04-04T02:25:03 maybe you could have such rotor inside water tank 2016-04-04T02:25:09 Thorn: nice, shame about the price .. 2016-04-04T02:25:37 hey guys 2016-04-04T02:25:44 preheated water tank 2016-04-04T02:25:59 good thinking kakimir 2016-04-04T02:26:02 end of discussion 2016-04-04T02:26:08 is that price binary? 2016-04-04T02:27:13 Thorn: which price ? 2016-04-04T02:27:19 uni-t is nice 2016-04-04T02:27:36 get scopemeter for 130 or so 2016-04-04T02:27:40 bm867? 2016-04-04T02:28:03 saph0: $1010.00 for fluke 87-5 2016-04-04T02:29:10 Thorn: i don’t think they issue binary $ 2016-04-04T02:29:49 great, convert to decimal $ -> only $9 2016-04-04T02:29:59 *$10 2016-04-04T02:30:43 it’s 6 bits wide .., no float in decimal 2016-04-04T02:30:58 40$ 2016-04-04T02:31:08 still a bargain 2016-04-04T02:31:36 dunno, just coz 2016-04-04T02:32:58 *binary 2016-04-04T02:35:04 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radix_point 2016-04-04T02:35:53 I think uni-t scopemeter price has gone up 2016-04-04T02:41:04 what do accuracy figures such as Β±(0.8% + 40 digits) mean btw? 2016-04-04T02:42:19 sup fresco motors employees 2016-04-04T02:43:22 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/PADS-Layout-Personnal-Assistant/https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/PADS-Layout-Personnal-Assistant/ 2016-04-04T02:43:27 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/PADS-Layout-Personnal-Assistant/ 2016-04-04T02:43:29 shitty doublepaste 2016-04-04T02:44:06 https://www.freelancer.com/u/fcharland.html 2016-04-04T02:44:09 emplyer 2016-04-04T02:45:10 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Spectrophotometer-Raspberry/ 2016-04-04T02:46:15 too much freelance spam 2016-04-04T02:46:34 hello dongs 2016-04-04T02:46:37 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Wireless-receiver-schematic-layout/ 2016-04-04T02:46:40 haha 2016-04-04T02:46:43 dumb swede 2016-04-04T02:46:45 making smartchwatch out of failmega328 2016-04-04T02:47:15 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T02:47:39 https://www.freelancer.com/u/fredrikta.html the swede. nothign intersting tho 2016-04-04T02:47:59 Do not waste our time. Send me blog links 2016-04-04T02:48:08 heheh 2016-04-04T02:50:05 winners dont drinkc ofee 2016-04-04T02:50:25 I think I should stop 2016-04-04T02:50:41 I started drinking coffee and smoking in like 2012 2016-04-04T02:51:33 2013* 2016-04-04T02:51:56 keep them worst for last 2016-04-04T02:52:44 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-04T02:56:30 only great thing about coffee was I used it to get rid of energy drinks and soda 2016-04-04T02:59:24 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xzh-6ZDitQ8 2016-04-04T03:09:35 -!- emeb [~ericb@174-22-195-186.phnx.qwest.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T03:10:08 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.29.73] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-04T03:14:27 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-04T03:15:14 dave on brymen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXu0lsOjvDs 2016-04-04T03:15:54 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T03:37:00 maybe I should make an anti drone missile 2016-04-04T03:37:15 sounds like a good business plan 2016-04-04T03:37:46 that actually sounds like one 2016-04-04T03:37:55 more viable than making the drone 2016-04-04T03:38:02 you shoot down 2016-04-04T03:38:25 drones are become nuiance and security concern 2016-04-04T03:40:40 maybe Mexico will pay me 2016-04-04T03:43:22 -!- amstan_ is now known as amstan 2016-04-04T03:43:35 there is that thing that it’s like… missile 2016-04-04T03:43:54 -!- amstan [~amstan@aichallenge/admin/amstan] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-04T03:44:41 how does britland law say about them? 2016-04-04T03:46:16 I think even having it as business is tricky and unsure 2016-04-04T03:50:17 first problem is how to spot one 2016-04-04T03:53:17 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-206-71.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-04T03:56:43 crt: who’s your favourite australian vlogger and why is it dave jones 2016-04-04T03:58:30 just lock on it’s transmitter 2016-04-04T03:59:16 in basic customer models 2016-04-04T03:59:43 *consumer 2016-04-04T03:59:59 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T04:01:14 you have the detection and the guidance almost done 2016-04-04T04:02:01 must be real easy to locate a transmitter to within 10cm 2016-04-04T04:03:15 2.4GHz wavelength is 2016-04-04T04:03:20 120mm 2016-04-04T04:04:38 i once thought about using some 2.4g modules to locate 2.4 radios just using RSSI 2016-04-04T04:04:49 shit can be super sensitive, 2016-04-04T04:05:01 RSSI changing a lot with just an inch distance from the tx 2016-04-04T04:05:43 not sure how reliable that would be 2016-04-04T04:05:54 prolly not very 2016-04-04T04:05:54 audio detection 2016-04-04T04:05:57 http://www.gras.dk/products/special-microphone/low-noise-measuring-systems/40hf.html 2016-04-04T04:06:14 why not a camera 2016-04-04T04:06:17 Laurenceb_: just have the drone kinetically destroyed? 2016-04-04T04:06:27 computer vision is doing wonders these days 2016-04-04T04:06:28 literally hit it 2016-04-04T04:06:43 phased array of those microphones on a tethered blimp 2016-04-04T04:07:34 should work for 500m or so 2016-04-04T04:07:45 that would be hard with a single camera 2016-04-04T04:07:46 how about hiring a guy with a shotgun? 2016-04-04T04:07:50 lol 2016-04-04T04:07:58 camera would get false positives from birds 2016-04-04T04:08:02 that is how they actually handle aerial nuiance 2016-04-04T04:08:11 -!- Nutter [~hehe@2605:6400:2:fed5:22:f62c:b508:6f00] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-04T04:08:23 airports andsuch 2016-04-04T04:09:06 http://panamapapers.sueddeutsche.de/articles/56febff0a1bb8d3c3495adf4/ just so i can call OLD when it’s gonna be linked later 2016-04-04T04:10:57 Putin’s press secretary already beat you to it 2016-04-04T04:11:26 he knew the link even before the page was created 2016-04-04T04:12:10 freaking infographics 2016-04-04T04:12:14 stab stab stab 2016-04-04T04:12:22 who cares how much data 2016-04-04T04:12:35 I can get data from /dev/random 2016-04-04T04:12:58 this is perhaps a better link http://panamapapers.sueddeutsche.de/en/ 2016-04-04T04:13:12 deserves some polonium 2016-04-04T04:14:11 Thorn is swallowing the anti Putin propaganda 2016-04-04T04:15:37 -!- Nutter [~hehe@2605:6400:2:fed5:22:f62c:b508:6f00] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T04:17:17 it’s gonna make a big scandal, it involves a huge set of PM, vips, and industrials 2016-04-04T04:17:36 if I could be bothered I’d read it 2016-04-04T04:17:42 but I don’t care 2016-04-04T04:18:05 chances are you won’t hear much else for a few weeks, no need to 2016-04-04T04:21:37 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-04T04:22:40 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-1-170.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T04:23:50 and propably lacks handpicked persons in class above them 2016-04-04T04:25:06 http://proceedings.spiedigitallibrary.org/proceeding.aspx?articleid=2463370 2016-04-04T04:25:17 250meters and can monitor people talking 2016-04-04T04:25:29 big brother blimp πŸ˜› 2016-04-04T04:27:51 name I have for.. diapers? 2016-04-04T04:32:35 brymen vs fluke https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-4L2JarVxA 2016-04-04T04:38:00 https://archive.org/stream/IndustrialSocietyAndItsFuture-TheUnabombersManifesto/IndustrialSocietyAndItsFuture-theUnabombersManifesto_djvu.txt 2016-04-04T04:38:14 Aiui-Authorttartans Anonymous 2016-04-04T04:38:22 original Anonymous 2016-04-04T04:43:36 original tl;dr 2016-04-04T04:43:58 and typed like a lunatic because lunatic 2016-04-04T04:56:41 is that a euphemism? 2016-04-04T05:00:22 heh. just realized that when i edit my lcd font, my screen looks like one those bullshit hollywood hacker scenes. lots of 0b01100000 etc. shit 2016-04-04T05:00:44 lol aandrew 2016-04-04T05:00:52 up and down movement… 2016-04-04T05:01:33 vhold problem, crt afterall 2016-04-04T05:10:53 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset 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2016-04-04T06:15:14 that’s what the stackoverflow answer said 2016-04-04T06:15:18 right 2016-04-04T06:17:37 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T06:17:51 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-04T06:18:18 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T06:18:26 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T06:21:11 “Why don’t all those poor people just inherit more coal?” -Gina Rinehart 2016-04-04T06:30:07 -!- fenugrec_ [~Q@108.161.164.103] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T06:32:54 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.29.73] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-04T06:33:44 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T06:36:01 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-04T06:36:36 -!- Mr_Sheesh 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would totally care πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T08:14:46 i mean, i would if trains in .fi went over 100km/h in the first place.. 2016-04-04T08:15:07 i did say for the majority of people 2016-04-04T08:15:22 and since we’re on irc were probably not inthat majority 2016-04-04T08:15:30 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-04T08:17:09 “for the majority .. nobody would care” i wonder how that works out πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T08:17:27 -!- ohama [ohama@cicolina.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-04T08:18:11 but i think you have a pretty biased majority 2016-04-04T08:18:14 if you had the majority group of the population, nobody in that majority group would care 2016-04-04T08:18:26 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T08:19:18 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T08:19:37 PeterM: you are just wrong πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T08:19:52 but because you excluded us both from the mythical “majority”, no way to prove it 2016-04-04T08:20:09 just like that beautiful teapot 2016-04-04T08:20:27 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell%27s_teapot 2016-04-04T08:20:35 how many percent of the population do you estimate the majority to be? 5%? 2016-04-04T08:21:14 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T08:21:26 well i’d start with the worlds population and work backwards from tehre 2016-04-04T08:22:04 ok, well then i can see it, considering the majority cannot currently afford trains *nor* internet 2016-04-04T08:22:17 so if you give them slow trains and internet, of course they are happy 2016-04-04T08:22:51 and then you add people who have slow trains with no internet 2016-04-04T08:22:55 and they’d also be happy 2016-04-04T08:22:56 btw, in Russell’s teapot, how do you know who is the one representing unfalsifiable claims? both “god exists” and “god does not exist” are equally unfalsifiable 2016-04-04T08:23:23 PeterM: but this is just because you are cherry-picking your majority 2016-04-04T08:23:50 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T08:24:14 i think the premise of the russells teapot thing is the person making the claim is the person who has to provide its supporting evidence 2016-04-04T08:24:37 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T08:24:37 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-04T08:24:56 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T08:24:58 PeterM: so that would be you, right? 2016-04-04T08:25:04 so if you claim there is a teapot between the earth and the moon, you have to provide evidence of that that is sufficient to support your case 2016-04-04T08:25:08 jpa indeed 2016-04-04T08:25:18 but i made a claim also 2016-04-04T08:25:52 but i made the first outlandish claim, your claim was only made in dispute of my own 2016-04-04T08:26:09 i think the majority would not care who was first 2016-04-04T08:26:54 indeed 2016-04-04T08:27:29 but as we have both stated, these things are based on what we think, not what may be true, so there is allowances for us both to be correct and incorrect 2016-04-04T08:28:13 needs moar rage 2016-04-04T08:28:15 anyway, we should sto pthis conversation before is becomes too much spergers 2016-04-04T08:29:40 oh, jpa- you redid the vesc board, what package did you use? 2016-04-04T08:29:47 eda packlage that is 2016-04-04T08:31:24 kicad 2016-04-04T08:31:51 didn’t modify the schematic that much, just added a few things and relayouted the pcb 2016-04-04T08:34:12 ughk 2016-04-04T08:44:39 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-56ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T08:46:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T08:46:16 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] 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2016-04-04T11:12:41 fuckin dongs 2016-04-04T11:13:59 autism alert 2016-04-04T11:14:13 looks liek my z170 board is here 2016-04-04T11:15:05 dongs have mouch trouble stencingly a board that big? πŸ˜› 2016-04-04T11:16:16 stenciling* 2016-04-04T11:16:32 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.130.236] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T11:18:43 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T11:19:53 BISCUITS! 2016-04-04T11:20:44 dongs, I see you got all my shit 2016-04-04T11:21:21 zyp, seems i have 2 fdexex boxes 2016-04-04T11:21:41 and I cant find stencil, so maybe the cunts didnt send me. did any positions change besides adding the JST? 2016-04-04T11:22:11 yes, I moved a cap between the stm and the nfc chip to fit another signal 2016-04-04T11:22:42 k, so ill have to poke about where it is. i got the boards here. 2016-04-04T11:25:00 pretty sure nobody cares about occulus dick’d in 2016 2016-04-04T11:25:09 they’re about 3 years too late, evreyone else released competing shit ages ago 2016-04-04T11:25:18 while they were busy jerking it with zuckerberg 2016-04-04T11:25:37 ohsix: precisely, and by “doing” you mean done long time ago and selling 2016-04-04T11:25:53 yes they have 2016-04-04T11:26:05 all those dumbvr shits were done like last year if not earlier 2016-04-04T11:27:14 2D waifus 2016-04-04T11:27:17 no need for 3d 2016-04-04T11:27:20 DOA product 2016-04-04T11:33:01 you need to get a tighter cunt if you can put it on oyur head 2016-04-04T11:33:18 ahahaha 2016-04-04T11:33:31 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-04T11:34:25 i dunno, you WERE talking about 3d/2d waifus 2016-04-04T11:39:37 noi 2016-04-04T11:39:39 no 2016-04-04T11:39:46 i play something once a year 2016-04-04T11:39:48 then get bored of it 2016-04-04T11:39:56 vigya is the world of Return2Communism 2016-04-04T11:40:19 yeah uh i play rhythm stuff on 3DS. 2016-04-04T11:40:24 like.. also once a year 2016-04-04T11:41:16 no idea, id ont care about any of that RPG trash 2016-04-04T11:42:12 no shit bro, i dont evne know/care what it is 2016-04-04T11:42:16 all I know is thaT I dont play it 2016-04-04T11:42:47 i bet. 2016-04-04T11:42:59 then you should be able to see my playing with my schlong as well 2016-04-04T11:45:50 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-04T11:57:33 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T12:01:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T12:05:54 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T12:07:22 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T12:08:01 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T12:09:24 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has 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many south american metal heads 2016-04-04T12:52:29 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T12:53:04 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T12:54:27 BrainDamage: you pasted the panamapapers at 1am, it had gone out on tv all over europe 7 hours earlier! you were OLD yourself πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-04T12:55:31 heh, how’s the drama in iceland? 2016-04-04T12:58:35 BrainDamage: heaps of fun. 2016-04-04T12:59:07 sigmundur still believes he’s done nothign wrong, and it’s the national broadcaster just continuing on their personal attack vendetta against him and his family. 2016-04-04T13:00:58 -!- realityslave [uid100379@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-ufdqixbjtqcpqoqe] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:01:46 -!- realityslave is now known as realityslave1 2016-04-04T13:05:20 lolputin 2016-04-04T13:06:04 http://www.tcl.com/English.php/index/index.html 2016-04-04T13:06:06 wtf is this? chinks? 2016-04-04T13:06:29 hurr they’re ordering my stuff 2016-04-04T13:06:34 probly cloning purposes 2016-04-04T13:06:36 fgttttts 2016-04-04T13:07:35 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T13:08:08 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:30:44 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-105-124.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:31:29 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T13:33:50 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:39:14 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T13:47:15 bloggin 2016-04-04T13:48:13 no, pre 2016-04-04T13:50:22 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:53:22 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T13:53:56 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T13:57:11 i already asked this, but can the vector table be located anywhere in flash (as long as it’s 32 bits aligned)? i’ve relocated my app at 0x0802001C (vector table of the app follows a header with firmware info at the begining of the sector), i set SCB VTOR to the proper address but it crashes as soon as i configure the pll, i’m assuming right when the SysTick interrupt gets triggered following 2016-04-04T13:57:11 the pll config 2016-04-04T13:57:52 no 2016-04-04T13:57:52 yeah, it can be anywhere (except on M0) 2016-04-04T13:57:57 hmm no 2016-04-04T13:57:59 ? 2016-04-04T13:58:06 I think there’s stricter alignment requirements than just 32 bits 2016-04-04T13:58:07 surely it can be anywhere? 2016-04-04T13:58:36 ah 2016-04-04T13:59:45 well, it can be anywhere, assuming it’s properly aligned 2016-04-04T13:59:45 http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.arm.doc.dui0203h/Cihdidh2.html hmm yeah 2016-04-04T14:00:08 does 256-word mean 1024 byte? 2016-04-04T14:00:31 I guess 2016-04-04T14:00:39 .aaah 2016-04-04T14:00:42 would make sense 2016-04-04T14:01:38 “Bits[31:30] and bits[7:0] of the VTOR are reserved, and are all 0.” 2016-04-04T14:01:39 uh, i assume they meant bit not word no? 2016-04-04T14:01:49 “The vector table address must always be 32-word aligned. If more than 16 external interrupts are used, the address alignment must be more than 32-bits” 2016-04-04T14:02:07 mitrax_: i think they mean words 2016-04-04T14:02:11 mitrax_, lower 8 bits are reserved, making it at least 256-byte aligned 2016-04-04T14:02:14 i.e. 32 words 2016-04-04T14:02:20 okay 2016-04-04T14:02:57 and the top two bits are also reserved, meaning it needs to be located so no vector table on FSMC? 2016-04-04T14:05:14 yep 2016-04-04T14:06:26 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.134] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-04T14:08:24 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T14:08:25 yay, works now 2016-04-04T14:08:38 thanks 2016-04-04T14:09:01 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T14:09:41 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T14:10:03 I guess what caused the crash was that since the low bits didn’t get written, the interrupt triggered a fetch of the wrong address 2016-04-04T14:13:45 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.78] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T14:23:50 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T14:24:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T14:33:35 so like back in the DOS says some UIs used ASCII to draw boxes that look like ===== etc. is this a common lib? tempted to do with on a mcu, and not sure if there are standard function names i should use, or just make it up as i go 2016-04-04T14:34:05 curses 2016-04-04T14:34:25 oh i think i’ve heard that name before. cool, thx 2016-04-04T14:35:23 https://github.com/RaD/mcurses this seems to be something 2016-04-04T14:36:37 borland Turbo Vision stuff did it first iirc 2016-04-04T14:37:12 they actually had a windowing system-like thing 2016-04-04T14:37:36 drawn using ascii line+junk stuff 2016-04-04T14:37:56 http://tvision.sourceforge.net/ looks like its even opensores 2016-04-04T14:40:24 neat 2016-04-04T14:41:01 http://www.sigala.it/sergio/tvision/html/example.gif 2016-04-04T14:41:09 super pro stuff there guise 2016-04-04T14:42:31 exactly like that 2016-04-04T14:45:42 Laurenceb_: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CeDwYVxWwAQ1Pv-.jpg what is this building 2016-04-04T14:57:32 lolwut. in the past 28 days my youtube videos have been watched for FIVE people in nigeria. i didnt even know 5 people have internet access in nigeria 2016-04-04T14:58:12 upgrdman, yeah man, its those nigerian princes 2016-04-04T14:58:22 how can they send emails without internet 2016-04-04T14:58:23 guess so 2016-04-04T14:59:09 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-04T14:59:10 lol and only 3 viewers in japan. guess i need to up my game 2016-04-04T14:59:29 obviously you’ve never heard of scam 419 2016-04-04T15:00:18 crt, im upgrdman on youtube 2016-04-04T15:00:29 its mostly some arduino/raspi stuff 2016-04-04T15:00:57 -!- caspinol [~user@remote.airspeed.ie] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:01:10 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.78] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-04T15:01:16 https://www.youtube.com/user/upgrdman/videos 2016-04-04T15:03:42 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T15:04:47 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:06:28 the arduino/raspi stuff is mostly just for ad revenue 2016-04-04T15:06:35 oh that building is jewgle in london 2016-04-04T15:07:37 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T15:08:17 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:09:50 ya 2016-04-04T15:12:11 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:12:11 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-04T15:12:23 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-04T15:13:05 ya i got the email 2016-04-04T15:13:12 13.7 or someshit 2016-04-04T15:14:56 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:15:14 seriously consideereing lattice stuff for some small cpld-ish junk 2016-04-04T15:15:20 hows thier tools 2016-04-04T15:15:28 on the scale of xilinx to aids 2016-04-04T15:15:33 i kinda tempted to buy some altera board so i can play with quartus and see if its decent 2016-04-04T15:15:41 dongs, i like diamond more than ise 2016-04-04T15:15:46 but ive never used vivado 2016-04-04T15:15:46 yeah, thats not hard 2016-04-04T15:15:49 does it run on win10? 2016-04-04T15:15:52 vivado is aids 2016-04-04T15:15:55 yes 2016-04-04T15:15:55 its just ISE, but worse 2016-04-04T15:16:08 more JVM copies, more TCL/TK 2016-04-04T15:16:23 lattice icecube is pretty ok as far as FPGA tools go 2016-04-04T15:16:33 dongs, heres my lattice notes: http://www.farrellf.com/projects/hardware/2016-01-03_Lattice_MachXO2_Breakout_Board_HelloWorld/ 2016-04-04T15:16:55 that GUI… hmmm 2016-04-04T15:16:58 looks crossplatform 2016-04-04T15:17:39 > tcl console 2016-04-04T15:17:42 spotted in your screenshots 2016-04-04T15:17:56 oh but for sim 2016-04-04T15:18:12 oh but for sim’ing, they give you aldec ative-hdl which sucks so much ass 2016-04-04T15:18:23 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.129] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:21:36 ya i dunno. that’s why i want to try some little altera dev board 2016-04-04T15:21:47 so i can pick an fpga vendor with the least shitty tools 2016-04-04T15:22:09 yes. but theyre all shit too 2016-04-04T15:22:19 get that DE1 or wahtever shite. 2016-04-04T15:22:20 i want to use the least shitty if possible 2016-04-04T15:22:36 altera doesnt have any normal-sized shit 2016-04-04T15:22:41 if you do a lot of fpga stuff, it makes sense to buy/select a simulator and editor you like, build your workflow around them and then just synthetize for each platform using e.g. scripts 2016-04-04T15:22:45 its all either hugeBGA or hugeTQFP 2016-04-04T15:23:13 one does not need post-route simulation etc. all that often 2016-04-04T15:23:33 jpa-, problem will be convincing my boss to pay for tools when free ones are available from the people who make the fpga 2016-04-04T15:24:20 also, one of our products STILL in development will be using a few… spartan 3’s! 2016-04-04T15:24:33 a few? 2016-04-04T15:24:34 wat 2016-04-04T15:24:37 NRND, wuts that mean bro 2016-04-04T15:25:28 Sync: what’s wat about a few? 2016-04-04T15:26:22 well, it might be fine, but it might also be a case where a bigger fpga would be better 2016-04-04T15:26:31 multiple boards 2016-04-04T15:26:54 only one board has two fpgas on one board, and that lattice fpgas 2016-04-04T15:33:22 dongs, oh in case you care, diamond does not support display scaling, but you use 150% so it might not be a big deal. i use a manifest to scale 2×2. 2016-04-04T15:33:25 R2PRO where the fuck have you been 2016-04-04T15:33:46 upgrdman: yeah i definitely do not. i use old scaling not the newfag DPI-dependent stuff. so i probably wont evne notice. 2016-04-04T15:33:53 k 2016-04-04T15:34:00 and im at 125 i blieve 2016-04-04T15:34:01 on my destop 2016-04-04T15:34:03 k 2016-04-04T15:34:24 ya 125 2016-04-04T15:34:42 man win10 makes it hard to find that setting 2016-04-04T15:38:29 looks like my pal goin ahead with dickstarting his fdm 3d printer 2016-04-04T15:38:38 in 2016 2016-04-04T15:38:52 not 4 u 2016-04-04T15:39:22 its $1k and hes going against shitheap like makerbot etc who he CLAIMS do worse quality for 3x the price. 2016-04-04T15:39:26 donno 2016-04-04T15:40:18 is this pal the EEVintern that made a weird looking 3d dicker? 2016-04-04T15:40:26 with the double motor 2016-04-04T15:40:33 http://i.imgur.com/oSqqpbg.jpg well the trash I 3d dicked was pretty ok 2016-04-04T15:40:42 i have no idea what “quality” is tho 2016-04-04T15:41:14 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-04T15:41:28 what are the dimensions of the brown thing underneath? 2016-04-04T15:41:43 that is his crabon fibre bat 2016-04-04T15:41:45 ~mat 2016-04-04T15:41:47 mitrax_: its my yeah ^ that 2016-04-04T15:41:53 only 6 of those looks like they could possibly be dildos 2016-04-04T15:41:56 yeah but what size is that 2016-04-04T15:41:58 dongs, what are those? butt plugs and ball gags? 2016-04-04T15:42:01 to get a sense of scale 2016-04-04T15:42:06 looks like just one dildo to me…. 2016-04-04T15:42:07 are you sure they’re urs dongs 2016-04-04T15:42:11 2016-04-04T15:42:12 21×17 2016-04-04T15:42:42 karlp nice of you to chime in 2016-04-04T15:42:50 whats crackin in inceland? 2016-04-04T15:44:12 speaking of ice, how do they deal with freezing water pipes if freezing cold places? just leave a faucet always dripping? 2016-04-04T15:44:33 your wall should not reach freezing 2016-04-04T15:44:34 looks like something went wrong with the bottom right ball 2016-04-04T15:44:34 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7onFrBK_hKE 2016-04-04T15:45:00 Sync, but what about the pipes underground feeding your home? 2016-04-04T15:45:10 hmmmmmmmmm 2016-04-04T15:45:20 theres some assmedia chip that goes to hdmi/dp socket on this board 2016-04-04T15:45:53 upgrdman: usually there is no frost 1.5m down the surface 2016-04-04T15:45:58 http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_show_products.php?cate_index=102&item=147 2016-04-04T15:46:00 hm yhis aids 2016-04-04T15:47:51 heh all USB sockets just have PTCs as current limiting 2016-04-04T15:48:27 aww 2016-04-04T15:48:31 M2_SSD_LED is not mounteed 2016-04-04T15:48:35 http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/i-wasnt-surprised-by-the-us-dreadlocks-row-white-people-never-think-they-are-guilty-of-cultural-a6964906.html 2016-04-04T15:48:37 i think im gonna put that pink led there 2016-04-04T15:48:41 not sure if troll 2016-04-04T15:48:54 Laurenceb_: have ytou eever bneen to google uk offices 2016-04-04T15:49:08 dongs: why the fuck would I go there?! 2016-04-04T15:49:27 just askin, chill 2016-04-04T15:49:45 ftheres a guy who just started working there that I wanna troll 2016-04-04T15:49:59 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Orcad-PCB-design/ attn R2COM 2016-04-04T15:50:17 dongs, whats wrong with PTCs? too slow? 2016-04-04T15:51:20 upgrdman: nah i thought there’s dedicated current limit stuffs that have feedback to usb controller 2016-04-04T15:51:23 about dead port etc 2016-04-04T15:51:28 i’d eeexpect that in a $250 board 2016-04-04T15:51:40 ah 2016-04-04T15:52:02 why is PTC too slow? 2016-04-04T15:52:39 well if you need like millisecond-level tripping, active is the only way iirc 2016-04-04T15:52:40 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/LIDAR-mapping-Drone/ 2016-04-04T15:54:40 here’s a job for Ivan 2016-04-04T15:55:10 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T15:55:47 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:57:16 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T15:57:29 upgrdman, is true, but can get annoying for anything with capacitance etc 2016-04-04T15:59:29 ya 2016-04-04T16:02:57 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.129] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T16:09:00 -!- trepidacious_ [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T16:09:23 hm is there a way to get a netlist of altidong project that isnt some retarded text i cant even read 2016-04-04T16:09:43 closest thing I can think of is the nets listing in pcb editor when you click “all nets” 2016-04-04T16:09:55 but i wanna see e~similar in schematic without going to pcn first 2016-04-04T16:10:33 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-04T16:10:33 -!- trepidacious_ is now known as trepidacious 2016-04-04T16:13:56 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-1-170.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-04T16:24:20 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T16:27:39 so this mcurses thing is mcu proof? 2016-04-04T16:28:06 it’ll lead to lots of cursing 2016-04-04T16:28:45 maybe I will make my whole application around one micro 2016-04-04T16:29:05 use rasperry just as a terminal 2016-04-04T16:33:08 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.206] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T16:33:29 don’t forge to treat the 100x more powerful board as merely an extension of the micro, and give it cute names such as umbrella, wing, or fleshlight 2016-04-04T16:35:05 it’s just a terminal 2016-04-04T16:35:22 gould you overlay 3d graphics on terminal view? 2016-04-04T16:35:24 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T16:35:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T16:35:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-04T16:35:48 in case you don’t want to use X or such systems 2016-04-04T16:36:05 and want graphics such as plot’s and 3d models 2016-04-04T16:36:09 plots* 2016-04-04T16:38:17 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T16:38:42 :] 2016-04-04T16:39:18 i think it’s a bit easier to run terminal on X and then overlay as window? 2016-04-04T16:39:26 and also not as nasty 2016-04-04T16:40:05 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T16:47:58 -!- mitrax_ is now known as mitrax 2016-04-04T16:56:30 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T16:57:06 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:02:35 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:06:48 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T17:08:10 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:09:59 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T17:13:25 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:18:31 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:22:12 PeterM: follow along yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMT2zZcvIi8 2016-04-04T17:23:06 largely as expected, PM said in an interview today he had not and was not considering stepping down, that the nation was best served by him and his team continuing, that there’s always some losers who want to protest. 2016-04-04T17:23:37 finance minster, leader of the bigger, other half of the coalition “missed his plane” and is stuck in the US, avoiding the issue. (also named in the panama papers) 2016-04-04T17:24:33 almost none of the coalition members will talk to the press, the few that have either say, “great leader is great” or repeat the same talking point over and over until the interviewer tells them to stop repeating themselves. 2016-04-04T17:25:23 he’ll never step down on his own, the coalition would have to crack out. there’s apparentlty a vote of no confidence from the minority at 3pm today, unsure if any of the coalition will support it yet. 2016-04-04T17:25:52 I expect it will take quite a while 2016-04-04T17:25:52 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5VNnmAoIYI 4th generation nuclear weapons 2016-04-04T17:26:02 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T17:27:54 you can also play along here: https://sbs.is/happyiceland/ 2016-04-04T17:29:44 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-238-166.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:31:20 wtf is that shit karlp 2016-04-04T17:32:14 its got double jump 2016-04-04T17:34:43 karlp, heard your prime minister is being naughty 2016-04-04T17:36:16 is, has been, will continue to do so. 2016-04-04T17:39:13 he just had outstanding luck and timing around the last election, the dark green spike here is his party’s approval, the vertical dotted line was the election. http://mmr.is/fylgi-flokka-og-rikisstjornar 2016-04-04T17:42:35 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T17:43:12 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:46:40 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-105-124.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-04T17:46:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:47:51 -!- perillamint [~perillami@121.128.220.164] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T17:56:31 what caused the jump in pirate party support jan 2015? 2016-04-04T17:57:34 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T17:58:09 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T17:58:17 haha wow he has direct implication with those shell companies 2016-04-04T17:59:45 yes 2016-04-04T17:59:52 I hope he is getting rekt 2016-04-04T18:00:15 what you need hydrogen oxygen torch for? 2016-04-04T18:00:49 putting out fires 2016-04-04T18:02:51 you fool 2016-04-04T18:04:26 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBMsYP5oLIo 2016-04-04T18:07:36 I wonder if it can cut metal plates 2016-04-04T18:12:30 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T18:13:04 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:18:43 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:18:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T18:19:40 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-04T18:23:16 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-04T18:26:34 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:30:00 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T18:33:57 -!- sterna [~Adium@80.252.213.131] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:36:43 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:37:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-04T18:38:35 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:39:41 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T18:41:24 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T18:43:25 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-04T18:43:42 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:45:01 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T18:48:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.206] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-04T18:57:54 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T18:57:59 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:02:32 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:02:38 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.193] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:04:32 shit 2016-04-04T19:04:40 my lsm9ds1 footprint fails to reflow 2016-04-04T19:04:44 shit sucks man 2016-04-04T19:04:58 too much solder wick on some of the pads :-S 2016-04-04T19:05:06 any ideas how to fix this? 2016-04-04T19:05:29 hot air desolder, manually build up the pad bumps then put it back on with hot air? 2016-04-04T19:05:39 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T19:05:56 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:06:44 Laurenceb: hot air desolder, try to put it back, take it off again, rip a few pads, finally do this http://koti.kapsi.fi/jpa/stuff/pix/lga14.jpg 2016-04-04T19:06:48 it’s the pro way 2016-04-04T19:07:03 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:07:04 ahahaahah 2016-04-04T19:08:08 pro as fuq 2016-04-04T19:08:25 you’ve reinvented COB 2016-04-04T19:08:30 ecept using clear epoxy 2016-04-04T19:09:08 how the fuck do they do this the pro way?? 2016-04-04T19:09:14 solder wicking simulations? 2016-04-04T19:09:39 define “fails to reflow” 2016-04-04T19:09:53 bad / expired solder paste? 2016-04-04T19:10:01 my lsm9ds1 footprint fails to reflow 2016-04-04T19:10:02 oh uh 2016-04-04T19:10:02 Laurenceb: they follow manufacturer recommendations and then tweak a bit based on xray images 2016-04-04T19:10:13 i steal ST footprints from their evalboards 2016-04-04T19:10:18 if they have altidong data, just steal from there 2016-04-04T19:10:20 emeb: everything was perfect 2016-04-04T19:10:22 or else import gerber top pads 2016-04-04T19:10:23 looks like it’s just a little QFN – how hard could that be? 2016-04-04T19:10:36 emeb: that’s what *i* thought! πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T19:10:38 the IC is about 200Β΅m off the PCB 2016-04-04T19:10:46 those chips are crappy in that the pads are not visible at the edge 2016-04-04T19:10:54 some of the solder bumbs seem to be about 175Β΅m high 2016-04-04T19:11:11 theres around 25Β΅m air gaps 2016-04-04T19:11:15 Laurenceb: maybe you have some slowly heating gnd pads? 2016-04-04T19:11:28 preheating could help 2016-04-04T19:11:31 ironically its the ground pads that are ok 2016-04-04T19:11:41 yes, that’s exactly the symptom 2016-04-04T19:11:51 because the ground pads are what is keeping it off the pcb 2016-04-04T19:11:54 maybe I should put pressure on the top during reflow? 2016-04-04T19:12:05 no 2016-04-04T19:12:06 you can, but that is likely to misalign it 2016-04-04T19:12:08 I didnt ground flood to avoid wicking 2016-04-04T19:12:15 but looks like I overdid it 2016-04-04T19:12:23 maybe you have too much paste? 2016-04-04T19:12:27 now the ground bumps are too high 2016-04-04T19:12:29 how do I remove include path from project view in eclipce/lpcexpresso? 2016-04-04T19:12:32 maybe I dunno lol 2016-04-04T19:12:37 removed it from build configuration 2016-04-04T19:12:45 hmm 2016-04-04T19:12:50 well i cant make it worse 2016-04-04T19:13:01 Laurenceb: is this on chinapcb 2016-04-04T19:13:04 or proper MADE IN UK 2016-04-04T19:13:07 I’m going to reflow with a sewing needle on the top 2016-04-04T19:13:10 proper UK 2016-04-04T19:13:23 hasl? or e-NIG 2016-04-04T19:13:24 new paste and everything 2016-04-04T19:13:29 e-NIG 2016-04-04T19:13:33 almost sounds pro 2016-04-04T19:13:37 you probly fucked it up 2016-04-04T19:13:40 proper metal steencil? 2016-04-04T19:13:41 yup it should be pro 2016-04-04T19:13:50 no, mylar 2016-04-04T19:13:55 nope capton from stencils.co.uk 2016-04-04T19:13:58 ffs thats your problem 2016-04-04T19:14:00 lul 2016-04-04T19:14:17 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.193] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-04T19:14:28 ok reflowing with needle on top, bbl 2016-04-04T19:14:39 dongs, do you have any experience with pcb-mount AC/DC modules? 2016-04-04T19:14:55 zyp, other than i’ve had htem mounted on some boards before but they werent mine 2016-04-04T19:15:07 i only use those external shits in metal mesh cases 2016-04-04T19:16:00 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/xp-power/ECE05US12/1470-1110-ND/4487491 and preferably not larger either 2016-04-04T19:17:33 could you check with chinagirl? 2016-04-04T19:18:43 Laurenceb: you need to do QFN like this pro -> https://blackmesalabs.wordpress.com/2015/07/24/evey-video-and-new-reflow-process/ 2016-04-04T19:18:58 yeah, “that kinda shit” tends to be “expensive as fuck” 2016-04-04T19:19:08 just blobs solder on the pads w/ iron and reflows w/ hot air 2016-04-04T19:19:11 zyp, yeah. will queue for tomrorw 2016-04-04T19:19:25 cool 2016-04-04T19:19:27 then does exposed pad thru giant hole in board 2016-04-04T19:19:31 https://blackmesalabs.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/img_11221.jpg?w=450&h=407 2016-04-04T19:19:33 ………………………… 2016-04-04T19:19:40 emeb, plumbers flux rly? 2016-04-04T19:19:52 dongs: iknowright? 2016-04-04T19:19:52 oh nvm its SRA shit 2016-04-04T19:19:59 it looked like plumbers flux tho 2016-04-04T19:20:03 didnt zoom in 2016-04-04T19:20:04 yeah – that can 2016-04-04T19:20:09 zyp: 45x48x21.5 way too big i guess? 2016-04-04T19:20:15 (mm) 2016-04-04T19:20:42 yeah 2016-04-04T19:23:26 and 5W min? 2016-04-04T19:24:26 LGA is the worst package 2016-04-04T19:25:02 uh, I don’t think I need as much as 5W 2016-04-04T19:30:15 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T19:30:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:33:22 zyp: http://www.elipse.eu/en/products/ls03-15b12sr2s (wrong picture though) 2016-04-04T19:34:00 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-04T19:34:13 mitrax: huh, that’s pretty rad 2016-04-04T19:34:14 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T19:34:37 mitrax, doesn’t those things usually require external parts? 2016-04-04T19:34:49 karlp: rad? 2016-04-04T19:35:02 which do not have high requirements on EMC 2016-04-04T19:35:11 mitrax: was just saying it was a neat module at a nice price 2016-04-04T19:35:37 ahah ok 2016-04-04T19:36:11 wonderful 2016-04-04T19:36:16 how its worse than ever 2016-04-04T19:36:23 maybe I could dead bug my lsm9 2016-04-04T19:37:04 hmm, isolated even 2016-04-04T19:37:05 huh, yeah, still needs too many external parts 2016-04-04T19:37:16 Laurenceb: check for shorts between lines? maybe you used too much paste and it bridged? 2016-04-04T19:37:31 nope 2016-04-04T19:37:35 required coil and three caps. 2016-04-04T19:37:39 mismatched bump heights 2016-04-04T19:37:47 I’m not sure how this is even possible ot get right 2016-04-04T19:37:58 bump matching it like 10Β΅m 2016-04-04T19:38:17 ok back to solder station for attempt 3 2016-04-04T19:39:05 why don’t people use flow control 2016-04-04T19:39:25 too many things to get right at once 2016-04-04T19:39:38 zyp: that ac/dc module is cute. what are the UL/CE qualification implications of that vs a wall wart? 2016-04-04T19:40:18 probably bad :p 2016-04-04T19:40:19 going to try paperclip onto of it this time 2016-04-04T19:41:04 emeb, but I’m planning to put an energy meter circuit on the same board, so it’s probably a pain either way 2016-04-04T19:41:10 yeah – any time you bring full mains voltage onto your PCB things get complicated. 2016-04-04T19:41:28 sync disagrees 2016-04-04T19:41:35 ^ 2016-04-04T19:41:39 πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-04T19:41:42 for now I just don’t worry much about it, right now it’s just a toy product 2016-04-04T19:41:51 project* 2016-04-04T19:41:58 ah – no problem then. I rarely sue myself 2016-04-04T19:44:39 I’ll start by making it and making it work, and if it ends up turning into something people would actually buy then I’ll worry about CE qualification 2016-04-04T19:45:16 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:45:30 wtf 2016-04-04T19:45:36 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:45:45 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-04T19:46:02 I get a huge offset on one of the adc channels when using the injected adc group 2016-04-04T19:46:23 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:47:53 and attempt 3 is an epic fail too 2016-04-04T19:48:13 something seems to be wrong, it should be feasible to solder one of these when I have everything setup correctly 2016-04-04T19:48:20 pebkac 2016-04-04T19:48:39 show us your tom66 work Laurenceb 2016-04-04T19:48:47 lol 2016-04-04T19:48:51 yeah – pix or gtfo 2016-04-04T19:48:54 its looks fine 2016-04-04T19:48:58 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.78] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T19:49:02 dont have a suitable camera 2016-04-04T19:49:13 but there are air gaps 2016-04-04T19:49:28 its at the limit of my microscope to pick them out but they are there 2016-04-04T19:49:35 no fancy phone? 2016-04-04T19:50:05 nope and no cameraphone could spot this 2016-04-04T19:50:20 so pull the part off and look at the underside 2016-04-04T19:50:34 see no solder wetting? 2016-04-04T19:50:59 maybe, I wasnt sure when it happened 2016-04-04T19:51:11 I’m going to try againb with fresh pcb and lsm9 2016-04-04T19:51:27 throw this attempt in bin and restart from scratch 2016-04-04T19:51:31 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T19:54:10 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-04T19:57:12 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:04:47 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:06:28 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T20:10:03 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:13:09 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T20:16:29 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T20:17:46 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:18:49 -!- caspinol [~user@remote.airspeed.ie] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-04T20:20:12 hmm I think this attempt worked 2016-04-04T20:20:26 dont have a script written to fully test, but it seems to basically work 2016-04-04T20:21:07 in future I’m going to extend the pads further past the sides of the IC so its possible to touch up with an iron 2016-04-04T20:21:32 atm it looks like https://camo.githubusercontent.com/e7ce639d801b755606aab587d53926e0c14fd030/68747470733a2f2f63646e2e737061726b66756e2e636f6d2f2f6173736574732f70617274732f312f302f352f332f332f31333238342d30322e6a7067 2016-04-04T20:24:59 impossible to touch up with an iron 2016-04-04T20:30:46 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:30:54 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2GcdpJiNGfKdUtOa0tXd0J1ekE/view?usp=sharing setup atm. powered and connected 2016-04-04T20:31:04 no smokes 2016-04-04T20:33:53 red wires? 2016-04-04T20:33:54 fail 2016-04-04T20:33:56 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:34:17 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T20:34:25 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.78] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-04T20:34:42 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-04T20:35:00 Laurenceb: horse compass 2016-04-04T20:35:11 heat with air, press down, remove heat, remove pressing down 2016-04-04T20:35:12 test 2016-04-04T20:35:21 unless your pattern is junk it should work 2016-04-04T20:35:39 those LGAs arent complicated 2016-04-04T20:35:46 ReadError: red wires? do you have probs with them? 2016-04-04T20:36:59 i thought you switched to mmcx 2016-04-04T20:37:57 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:38:48 yes 2016-04-04T20:38:52 in future shiet 2016-04-04T20:38:59 legacy crap is crap 2016-04-04T20:39:04 and good actually 2016-04-04T20:39:10 SMA is good connector 2016-04-04T20:39:22 I have bought more SMA stuff 2016-04-04T20:39:46 like angles.. dividers etc. 2016-04-04T20:41:23 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T20:42:29 kakimir yea u botched the pcb 2016-04-04T20:42:30 no? 2016-04-04T20:42:58 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:45:40 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.249] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T20:48:55 both sides yes https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2GcdpJiNGfKS3Jyc0dzaWdTSUk/view?usp=sharing 2016-04-04T20:57:45 lol 2016-04-04T21:01:01 I dickboned those wires there carefully 2016-04-04T21:01:11 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T21:04:05 http://pastebin.com/N1PG7bTJ what is this for? 2016-04-04T21:11:09 I can see some unpopulated SMAs 2016-04-04T21:11:24 “some” 2016-04-04T21:11:24 the author is known 2016-04-04T21:11:48 kakimir, disables symbol mangling 2016-04-04T21:12:13 ref. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Name_mangling#C.2B.2B 2016-04-04T21:15:36 yeah thats what I did on attempt 2 2016-04-04T21:15:55 but the pads seemed to have oxidised or something 2016-04-04T21:16:05 tried again from scratch and it worked ok 2016-04-04T21:16:08 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T21:16:15 I suspect its my stencil 2016-04-04T21:17:08 what are you fucking up today? 2016-04-04T21:17:32 zyp: lsm9ds1 soldering 2016-04-04T21:18:01 zyp: I didn’t notice there is actually {} 2016-04-04T21:18:08 begin and end of file 2016-04-04T21:18:26 Laurenceb, problem is probably footprint 2016-04-04T21:18:32 been there, done that 2016-04-04T21:18:40 yeah 2016-04-04T21:18:48 but the stencil isnt helping 2016-04-04T21:19:02 the ground pads had thermals to avoid too much wicking 2016-04-04T21:19:10 but it seems they are now too high lol 2016-04-04T21:19:21 other pads sometimes have air gaps 2016-04-04T21:19:33 well, it’s a combination issue 2016-04-04T21:19:50 the smaller the pads are, the smaller room you have for excess paste 2016-04-04T21:20:05 with larger pads, it’s much more tolerant to paste amount 2016-04-04T21:20:17 yeah I should have made them extends outside the ic 2016-04-04T21:20:34 too small and you’ll either get bridging or bad joints 2016-04-04T21:21:15 couple this with a shitty stencil and cheap paste and it’s impossible to get it just right 2016-04-04T21:21:53 throw away the board and do a respin with a fixed footprint 2016-04-04T21:22:18 yeah I’m already doing a version 2 board 2016-04-04T21:22:40 but I’m going to try to get one version one board working to test everything 2016-04-04T21:22:47 http://bin.jvnv.net/f/QW7ZG.png ah, looks very similar to my footprint 2016-04-04T21:23:17 I see you did thermals on ground 2016-04-04T21:23:21 accel in the top left corner has a shitty problem, gyro in the middle of the board worked on all three 2016-04-04T21:23:39 shitty footprint, I mean 2016-04-04T21:24:04 I didn’t make it, it was from some shitty eagle lib 2016-04-04T21:24:43 that board was what taught me to not use shitty third party footprints 2016-04-04T21:24:45 :p 2016-04-04T21:24:56 i learned that lesson very early 2016-04-04T21:26:22 eagle much 2016-04-04T21:28:33 -!- fwpenguin [~fwpenguin@unaffiliated/fwpenguin] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T21:28:39 -!- fwpenguin [~fwpenguin@unaffiliated/fwpenguin] has left ##stm32 [“Leaving”] 2016-04-04T21:28:42 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T21:30:28 Laurenceb 2016-04-04T21:30:34 flux + tin 2016-04-04T21:30:37 clean 2016-04-04T21:30:40 flux + ic 2016-04-04T21:30:42 reflow 2016-04-04T21:30:50 works 100% of the time 2016-04-04T21:30:50 theres no way to get under the ic 2016-04-04T21:31:02 also flux boils and dislodges it 2016-04-04T21:31:15 yea but by tinning you can control how much solder is on each pad 2016-04-04T21:31:23 and check before 2016-04-04T21:33:00 hello. can anyone recommend some links to get started with stm32 mcus (I’ve got an f103 specifically)? I’ve got some experience with 8-bit mcus and basic electronics knowledge and experience so I don’t need detailed step-by-step guides you typically see with arduino, raspberry pi and stuff like that, just something with lots of examples to show me the ropes 2016-04-04T21:33:32 what kind of tools do you have? 2016-04-04T21:33:38 a hammer 2016-04-04T21:33:43 http://www.playembedded.org/index.php?lang=en&mod=tut&sec=chi&ord=crl&pag=1 2016-04-04T21:33:46 davor those are okay 2016-04-04T21:33:50 if you are using chibios 2016-04-04T21:34:00 breaks it down 2016-04-04T21:34:21 http://www.cs.indiana.edu/~geobrown/book.pdf 2016-04-04T21:34:24 Laurenceb: i tin & flux pads, place and drag solder 2016-04-04T21:34:25 worth a crack too 2016-04-04T21:34:33 think he uses the same mcu, f103 2016-04-04T21:34:36 qyx: not for LGA 2016-04-04T21:34:40 qyx i dont think you can on that package 2016-04-04T21:34:46 aha lga 2016-04-04T21:34:55 then tin, flux and reflow as ReadError says 2016-04-04T21:34:57 Laurenceb why not just tin and blast it w/ hotair? 2016-04-04T21:34:59 0.4mm LGA :-S 2016-04-04T21:35:02 if it doesnt work 2016-04-04T21:35:08 put a lil pressure on top 2016-04-04T21:35:09 ReadError: that would never work 2016-04-04T21:35:11 and reblast it 2016-04-04T21:35:18 although I had some problems with lis331 too 2016-04-04T21:35:21 you need really precise solder application 2016-04-04T21:35:22 that was 0.5 2016-04-04T21:35:28 Laurenceb huh 2016-04-04T21:35:28 and lsm303 or whatever it was 2016-04-04T21:35:31 thats why you tin 2016-04-04T21:35:33 w/ flux 2016-04-04T21:35:36 the solder bumps need to all be the same height 2016-04-04T21:35:39 or it fails 2016-04-04T21:35:46 then you can adjust shit after 2016-04-04T21:37:40 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.249] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-04T21:40:12 ReadError, huh I have no idea what chibios is, I’ll have a look. that book looks great too! thanks! 2016-04-04T21:40:40 ds2, one of those cheap ebay breakouts and an ebay st-link v2 2016-04-04T21:41:52 so you can do SWD 2016-04-04T21:42:09 openocd and arm gcc cross compiler toolchain should be all you need 2016-04-04T21:44:00 cheers. tbh I’d love to start with a more barebones setup instead of an arduino-like library as crutches 2016-04-04T21:44:46 by the way, if anyone has experience with these things http://www.ebay.com/itm/331683399711 is their output 3.3v or 5v (which needs level shifting)? 2016-04-04T21:46:08 -!- sterna [~Adium@80.252.213.131] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T21:49:03 should be 3.3 2016-04-04T21:49:51 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T21:50:37 they use the V+ pin to sense, right? 2016-04-04T21:51:02 so it uses whatever supply voltage your board uses 2016-04-04T21:51:43 davor: is your cheap clone stm32f101 based? 2016-04-04T21:51:48 yea it just reads the voltage 2016-04-04T21:51:50 not needed 2016-04-04T21:52:09 ah, awesome! 2016-04-04T21:52:19 PaulFertser, no, f103, it’s this one http://www.ebay.com/itm/131734661668 2016-04-04T21:53:03 davor: no, I mean the stlink clone. 2016-04-04T21:54:09 davor: i’ve that cheap f103 board too, I have added a board description in https://github.com/paulfertser/stm32-tx-hid/blob/master/README 2016-04-04T21:55:28 davor: for stlink clones that are f101 based there’re serious chances of not functional SRST pin. There exists “hacked” modified firmware for that variant though. 2016-04-04T21:55:28 oh, sorry. I’m not sure, it doesn’t say in the description, I’ve linked it above. I’d rather not open it up 2016-04-04T21:55:47 hm, then I might have to, unless there’s an easy way to check in software? 2016-04-04T21:56:03 oh cheers, nice writeup 2016-04-04T21:59:05 tbh I’m not entirely sure I’d be able to avoid accidentally breaking the pcb while prying the aluminium case open, hence my hesitation, and I don’t want to wait for another one to arrive in the mail. should’ve ordered two from the get-go I suppose heh. 2016-04-04T21:59:56 davor: if you connect to some board later that has SRST and it doesn’t work, then you’ll reflash. If SRST works, you won’t need to, easy, no need to open πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T22:01:04 ah, right. great! πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T22:04:01 davor: libopencm3 is barebones enough, I’d sy. 2016-04-04T22:06:17 nice, thanks! 2016-04-04T22:12:22 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:12:44 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:14:24 if you live in the US, you can get a full STM32 dev board for around $15 shipped 2016-04-04T22:14:34 and that also has a full stlink programmer on it 2016-04-04T22:14:45 nope, unfortunately I do not 2016-04-04T22:15:08 which is why I usually have to resort to ebay clones, because otherwise the shipping rates get insane 2016-04-04T22:15:20 Ah. Yah, I dont know about shipping then 2016-04-04T22:15:40 I have just spent the last week getting openocd / mxcube working. Its great fun! /s 2016-04-04T22:15:52 -!- realityslave1 [uid100379@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-ufdqixbjtqcpqoqe] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-04T22:15:55 hehe 2016-04-04T22:17:39 -!- jhg_ [~jhg@cpe-98-27-155-145.neo.res.rr.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:17:58 its not that difficult really, I just made some stupid mistakes 2016-04-04T22:18:13 connecting the reset line of the STM32 to VCC disables software reset -.- 2016-04-04T22:18:14 anyone played with DFU on stm32f42 ever? 2016-04-04T22:18:21 ha, part of the process, eh πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T22:18:41 I’ve made my fair share of those mistakes, it always happens 2016-04-04T22:18:41 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-04T22:19:06 here the github repo if you want to see / need a starting point: https://github.com/westonb/open-cell-incubator/tree/master/firmware/host_board 2016-04-04T22:19:16 oo thanks! 2016-04-04T22:19:49 tl:dr if you use mxcube: 2016-04-04T22:20:23 include all the crap it generates, make sure to define in the chip part # in main.c / compiler flag 2016-04-04T22:21:32 dig out startup.s specific to your chip for gcc from the repo that mxcube creates and then dig out the example system_stmxxxx.c file from some examples folder from the stuff that mxcube generates 2016-04-04T22:23:20 jhg_: it’s not plain DFU, it’s DFuSe or something like that. dfu-util supports that. 2016-04-04T22:26:23 PaulFertser: word. I’ve gotten it to work on a STM32F3 discovery board, not the F429 discovery which connected the wrong USB port. Now as I test on the board we’re developing on, a custom F427 design, the USB is not enumerating as a DFU device 2016-04-04T22:26:57 wbraun, sounds like sound advice, thanks man! 2016-04-04T22:30:18 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:31:47 davor: provided you’ll like mxcube crap, yes πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-04T22:33:43 PaulFertser: maybe I was lying about the F3 disco board. might have been F1 2016-04-04T22:34:58 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-51.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:39:39 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T22:41:03 nope. just tested the F3 disco board and it shows up just fine. 2016-04-04T22:46:06 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-04T22:47:47 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:49:33 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-04T22:54:51 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-04T22:55:37 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T22:56:38 jhg_: you have an F427 in boot mode and it’s not showing up on a host as an ST VID/PID DFU device? 2016-04-04T22:57:16 I have F427 boards that do enumerate properly in boot mode, so it is possible. 2016-04-04T22:57:52 I have seen F4 parts that don’t enumerate properly if the HSE xtal doesn’t have proper loading caps. 2016-04-04T22:58:18 if the HSE takes too long to start up then the bootloader code skips the USB test 2016-04-04T22:58:20 emeb: I am confused by the documentation. does it need boot0 = 1? 2016-04-04T22:58:27 hmmm 2016-04-04T22:58:36 clock should be okay here 2016-04-04T22:59:27 BOOT0 = +3.3V is normal mode 2016-04-04T22:59:37 BOOT0 = 0V is bootloader mode. 2016-04-04T22:59:53 err- vice versa 2016-04-04T23:00:13 pull down for normal, pull up for bootloader. 2016-04-04T23:01:26 right, got it. my notes were right, my brain inverted it. =) 2016-04-04T23:01:37 I can’t criticize. πŸ™‚ 2016-04-04T23:02:29 anyway – slow xtal start has prevented some of my F405 boards from going into DFU mode. reducing the loading caps fixed it. 2016-04-04T23:02:54 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T23:03:03 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-04T23:03:25 * jhg_ looks for loading caps 2016-04-04T23:03:28 but boards worked fine in normal mode so problem wasn’t obvious. 2016-04-04T23:04:05 how does the bootloader know what frequency the xtal is btw? does it try multiple frequencies? 2016-04-04T23:04:50 emeb: 10 pf on the 25 MHz Xtal, and 6 pf on the 32.768 kHz Xtal 2016-04-04T23:04:58 (on each side) 2016-04-04T23:05:04 should be OK. 2016-04-04T23:05:12 10pf seems a bit low, but depends on your xtal. 2016-04-04T23:15:58 well, time for tech support 2016-04-04T23:16:34 hmm… one more test. emeb, how did you measure HSE Xtal bringup timing? 2016-04-04T23:17:16 27pF is a good value for STM32F4 with 8Mhz crystal 2016-04-04T23:17:40 + a resistor of 220ohm 2016-04-04T23:18:16 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T23:19:26 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-msnjfogbwtkcczii] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-04T23:21:46 for a load cap of 20pF 2016-04-04T23:24:56 jhg_: put scope probe on HSE output pin 2016-04-04T23:25:18 watch how long it takes to turn on 2016-04-04T23:26:43 * jhg_ wishes he had the right tools for that 2016-04-04T23:27:09 AN2606 says that the DFU bootloader depends on TIM11 2016-04-04T23:28:52 I should check which bootloader version this F427 has… 2016-04-04T23:29:55 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-51.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-04T23:36:20 0x91 2016-04-04T23:43:05 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-04T23:50:16 Forced Device mode? 2016-04-04T23:53:10 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] — Day changed Tue Apr 05 2016 2016-04-05T00:01:23 perhaps they mean FS vs HS 2016-04-05T00:02:39 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLAxircXKR0 plane of the day 2016-04-05T00:07:39 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-05T00:11:22 wtf, tme.eu added 23% VAT to my order 2016-04-05T00:11:35 http://europa.eu/youreurope/business/vat-customs/cross-border/index_en.htm “If you sell goods to customers outside the EU, you do not charge VAT” 2016-04-05T00:29:25 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.46.87.250] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T00:36:08 I seem to have had a bit more luck with lsm9ds1 2016-04-05T00:36:18 adding weights ontop lol 2016-04-05T00:36:28 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.46.87.250] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-05T00:36:34 dongs: do you have datasheets for rtl8367 shits? 2016-04-05T00:41:08 Thorn: only if they’re clever enough to work out how to take vat off. 2016-04-05T00:44:37 someone from Canada did manage have it removed in 2013 http://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/bad-service-endemic-in-the-whole-world-now-anyone-deal-with-tme-eu/msg191980/#msg191980 2016-04-05T00:48:47 davor: they sell discovery boards whole on ebay too, 2016-04-05T00:49:14 buying a disco vs buying a cheap, undocumented breakout and a cheap undocumented often faulty stlink clone? you’re not saving much. 2016-04-05T00:49:28 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T00:51:56 davor: the advantage of the disco boards is that you normally get a few peripherals on board to test out, and you can get _known working_ examples 2016-04-05T00:52:46 +10 2016-04-05T00:54:54 karlp: shouldn’t you be at a protest somewhere, throwing yogurt and yak dung at parliament? 2016-04-05T00:55:04 apparently everyone else in Iceland is there… 2016-04-05T00:55:55 all 100 of them? 2016-04-05T00:59:16 http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=67b_1459789305 2016-04-05T01:00:52 “art” 2016-04-05T01:01:17 Laurenceb_: any joy with that QFN? 2016-04-05T01:01:37 think so 2016-04-05T01:01:44 need to write proper test code lol 2016-04-05T01:01:53 also its LGA not QFN 2016-04-05T01:01:58 what’d you do differently? 2016-04-05T01:02:11 added a weight on top during reflow 2016-04-05T01:02:15 heh 2016-04-05T01:02:32 I’ve used similar footprints before, but for 0.5mm pitch 2016-04-05T01:02:51 I think ~0.35mm pitch needs more attention to wick effects 2016-04-05T01:03:13 probably adding an extra ~0.3mm of pad outside the edge of the IC will fix it 2016-04-05T01:03:14 ah – didn’t realize it was so much smaller 2016-04-05T01:03:53 it almost works atm, but not quite, the surface tension and stuff isnt quite right to pull excess solder outside from the underside of the IC 2016-04-05T01:03:54 are the edges of the pins visible on the edge of the pkg? 2016-04-05T01:03:56 no 2016-04-05T01:04:04 ugh 2016-04-05T01:04:10 hate that 2016-04-05T01:04:11 in fact they start about 0.25mm underneath 2016-04-05T01:04:31 also they oxidise very easily, which is why I could never fix the first attemp 2016-04-05T01:04:41 that would explain a lot 2016-04-05T01:04:41 either it works first attempt or it fails 2016-04-05T01:05:07 adding an M2.5 nut is enough for force excess solder out from the sides 2016-04-05T01:06:31 interesting that the sparkfun footprint has even less pad area than mine 2016-04-05T01:07:01 https://cdn.sparkfun.com/assets/learn_tutorials/3/7/3/board_angled_quarter-cropped.jpg 2016-04-05T01:07:35 maybe they fine tuned the stencil πŸ˜› 2016-04-05T01:08:09 could also be the solder paste you used 2016-04-05T01:08:20 yeah 2016-04-05T01:08:32 its a fine balance of surface tension 2016-04-05T01:09:39 was it stored in a fridge? 2016-04-05T01:10:08 no lol 2016-04-05T01:13:24 one of the guy i work with and who’s in charge of the pnp machine & board mounting, always stores the paste in a fridge once it’s been opened, otherwise it turns bad 2016-04-05T01:14:01 yeah I know πŸ˜› 2016-04-05T01:15:00 emeb: I’m at home looking after the future of iceland, partner is out protesting to make sure the future happens πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T01:15:13 crowded protests are not places for babies in prams. 2016-04-05T01:15:33 karlp, you do have a point, it is always a gamble with *dirt* cheap stuff like the board and programmer I got 2016-04-05T01:16:17 imo it’s a bit silly to get a stlink clone when you can get a genuine one for like $18 2016-04-05T01:16:41 or get a whole discovery board for the same price 2016-04-05T01:17:03 ^^ that’s what I recommend 2016-04-05T01:17:06 to be honest, I immediately went with the cheap clones because I didn’t even realise the discovery boards are sold on ebay 2016-04-05T01:17:16 you get a known working target, with proper docs, _and_ a known working debugger. 2016-04-05T01:17:25 and I have very little options besides ebay 2016-04-05T01:17:33 this lpc chip has rom api for almost all it’s peripherals 2016-04-05T01:17:53 *very few 2016-04-05T01:20:17 Darwins flashmob http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c3f_1459717646 2016-04-05T01:20:48 hm, at my local RS vendor it’s cheaper to get an F3 discovery board than an F1 one 2016-04-05T01:21:30 f1 disco is trash, don’t buy that πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T01:22:15 the f1 stlink is just horrible 2016-04-05T01:22:41 it abuses usb in ways it’s not even funny for the sake of displaying few dumb links 2016-04-05T01:23:15 yes 2016-04-05T01:23:26 which relies on windows specific behviour too 2016-04-05T01:23:33 yes 2016-04-05T01:23:40 but the latter does make problems 2016-04-05T01:24:12 yes, the kernel has explicit blacklist for it 2016-04-05T01:24:40 f3 discovery board for 26 USD from my local RS vendor, that’s not bad. though I’d have to come up with a proper project to justify spending more than a few bucks on something to toy with 2016-04-05T01:25:05 ohsix: first thing i googled http://fabooh.com/2014/03/16/how-to-deal-with-a-problematic-stm32-st-linkv1-device-and-ubuntu/ 2016-04-05T01:25:20 i can find better links if you want, or you can always search yourself 2016-04-05T01:25:37 texane/stlink has it too, most distros include the quirk now. 2016-04-05T01:26:02 poitn is really taht the f1 disco is a) shitty f100. b) shitty stlinkv1, (no swo) c) not any cheaper than a newer disco 2016-04-05T01:26:37 ohsix: i know i am the one making the claim, but i am also the one being lazy and not caring enough to provide sufficient proof :p 2016-04-05T01:27:04 you can probably find a lot of documentation about it in the early stlink util commits 2016-04-05T01:28:04 ohsix: it’s “windows specific” in that the mass storage implementation works on windows, but not on linux 2016-04-05T01:28:30 yes, and spews quite a few kernel error messages if not blacklisted 2016-04-05T01:32:37 ohsix: you can keep spouting off here about what it should or shouldn’t do, but it doens’t change what actualyl happens πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T01:35:00 karlp: +1000 for staying home with the sprout 2016-04-05T01:36:27 any lpc15xx gurus around? 2016-04-05T01:38:23 debugger initialization fails at point where part id is being read 2016-04-05T01:38:39 it gives random data 2016-04-05T01:39:39 lol 8chan is down 2016-04-05T01:51:37 https://www.reddit.com/r/8chan/comments/4ddjvp/why_the_fuck_is_8chan_down/ 2016-04-05T01:51:42 lul its all over 2016-04-05T01:52:20 all your life is now erased 2016-04-05T01:52:52 what will I do with my leisure tiem 2016-04-05T01:54:19 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T01:57:55 Josh lied 8chan died 2016-04-05T01:58:15 https://encyclopediadramatica.se/Ichverbot 2016-04-05T02:02:25 why you even pay attention to that crap totally eludes me πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T02:03:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T02:05:23 *hush* he’s here 2016-04-05T02:05:35 oh hi crt 2016-04-05T02:06:33 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T02:06:48 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T02:07:03 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-05T02:08:00 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T02:08:55 Molto bene, grazie 2016-04-05T02:09:46 that’s a cat! 2016-04-05T02:09:50 right? 2016-04-05T02:10:10 crt: nice nail polish 2016-04-05T02:10:20 crt: i like that color 2016-04-05T02:10:58 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T02:12:18 pumping 2016-04-05T02:13:13 I’m sleeping 2016-04-05T02:13:53 almost 2016-04-05T02:18:43 there is +20 parts made of uranium in 747 2016-04-05T02:20:11 yes 2016-04-05T02:20:39 high density parts needed in some control surface shiet to kill the flutter 2016-04-05T02:24:50 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T02:26:08 of 2016-04-05T02:26:16 oh 2016-04-05T02:26:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T02:26:54 so that trim tabs do not go crazy in airflow? 2016-04-05T02:28:23 or is it actually like counterweight thing? 2016-04-05T02:31:01 not in flight surfaces? 2016-04-05T02:32:37 crt: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/4c/f7/e4/4cf7e4eacf20b2e72cb08700b2e4a274.jpg does it glow in dark? 2016-04-05T02:33:19 oh hai mark 2016-04-05T02:33:51 oh hai crt 2016-04-05T02:34:05 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T02:36:33 * Laurenceb_ is raging 2016-04-05T02:36:46 some perman00b broke my soldeirng iron 2016-04-05T02:36:52 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T02:37:07 and stole my tweezers 2016-04-05T02:37:41 you mean Laurenceb_ ? 2016-04-05T02:39:01 joke of the nite – now sleep snapped the end off 2016-04-05T02:45:22 also Iranian “c#” guy can only actually do labview 2016-04-05T02:45:41 and someone seems to be turning one of the rooms into a copy of Chris-Chans lair 2016-04-05T02:46:01 at the rate things are going I’ll turn up for work and the building will be full of feral cats 2016-04-05T02:46:31 heh 2016-04-05T02:48:03 as it is it stinks of BO and the corridor is filling with fast food wrappers 2016-04-05T02:48:29 no janitors about, eh? 2016-04-05T02:49:14 sounds like time to start looking for another job 2016-04-05T02:52:36 yup 2016-04-05T03:04:34 Mmmmmmm cats 2016-04-05T03:06:48 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:06:56 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:09:20 putting these up at work soon http://teen-style.prostoprint.com/static/products/thumb-1e03541b065d685d7201bece5dbef9c8.png 2016-04-05T03:10:21 kek 2016-04-05T03:10:55 http://www.eevblog.com/forum/chat/stock-electronic-image-fails/ 2016-04-05T03:11:17 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-05T03:12:07 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:12:41 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:13:45 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-05T03:13:49 kellymom.com/bf/pumpingmoms/pumping/is-pump-necessary/ 2016-04-05T03:13:54 not everyone needs to pump 2016-04-05T03:14:07 -!- intart [~intart@190.80.140.163] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:14:35 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:16:39 is there practical difference between 14awg and 16awg silicone wire (for test leads) 2016-04-05T03:21:40 https://www.reddit.com/r/8chan/comments/4ddjvp/why_the_fuck_is_8chan_down/d1q1c57 2016-04-05T03:21:42 truth 2016-04-05T03:24:07 try adultwork, book an outcall 2016-04-05T03:24:41 https://i.sli.mg/0thY4L.jpg 2016-04-05T03:26:32 like crt doesnt know what an outcall is 2016-04-05T03:27:13 -!- rene-dev_ [~rene-dev@reroo.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-05T03:27:45 -!- rene-dev [~rene-dev@reroo.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:29:22 www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=outcall 2016-04-05T03:30:17 1.5hrs passed and still no cunt here 2016-04-05T03:31:05 sure πŸ˜› 2016-04-05T03:31:09 https://i.sli.mg/lQXxEZ.jpg 2016-04-05T03:32:35 lol are they audiophool? 2016-04-05T03:32:42 http://www.ebay.com/itm/TASI-8620-Dual-Channel-Digital-Thermometer-Backlight-K-Type-Thermocouple-2-Temp-/201041654030 2016-04-05T03:34:04 I want to buy some audiophool microphones for drone detection 2016-04-05T03:34:10 but prices are crazy :-/ 2016-04-05T03:35:43 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T03:35:50 this on a tethered blimp 2016-04-05T03:35:51 http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20060020679.pdf 2016-04-05T03:36:01 shit I gave away my business plan lol 2016-04-05T03:36:54 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-05T03:38:19 ohsix: yes, of course, stlink v1, 2, 2.1 all have different usb pids. 2016-04-05T03:48:50 crt is compensating for lack of 8chan 2016-04-05T03:49:40 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T03:52:33 http://ssdv.habhub.org/ 2016-04-05T03:52:39 i spot irc lurkers 2016-04-05T03:53:49 sourcerer: /lastlog -new dongs 2016-04-05T03:53:51 err. 2016-04-05T03:53:59 https://i.sli.mg/jEt9fJ.jpg 2016-04-05T03:54:03 Sync: no, unless internet does 2016-04-05T03:54:16 gigabutt switch 2016-04-05T03:54:21 realtek is usally pretty cunty wiht datasheets 2016-04-05T03:55:59 oh shit crt is channeling the crabposting 2016-04-05T03:57:37 check it out crt http://www.indexmundi.com/commodities/?commodity=propane 2016-04-05T03:58:07 inb4 mollusc posting 2016-04-05T04:04:16 Drugs.Map.Of.Britain.S01E01.720p.WEB.h264-spamTV.mkv 2016-04-05T04:04:21 thinkin about u Laurenceb 2016-04-05T04:04:43 this is about ‘mamba’ 2016-04-05T04:04:45 lol 2016-04-05T04:04:50 gay UK name 2016-04-05T04:06:19 its the cake that worries me 2016-04-05T04:06:45 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwylBRucU7w 2016-04-05T04:31:04 -!- intart [~intart@190.80.140.163] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-05T04:40:10 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-05T04:47:32 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.83.4] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T04:50:31 wtf. getting trolled by one of my coworkers. net connected to P0.11 is labeled P1_20 … :/ 2016-04-05T04:50:38 8chan’s RAID controller failed 2016-04-05T04:50:43 upgrdman_: nice 2016-04-05T04:50:47 oh no RAIDs now 2016-04-05T04:51:06 LPCAIDS 2016-04-05T04:51:15 * upgrdman_ *nods 2016-04-05T04:51:21 -!- upgrdman_ is now known as upgrdman 2016-04-05T04:51:28 We have no idea how long the raid will take to rebuild. One of the drives is missing for some reason 2016-04-05T04:53:03 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.83.4] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-05T04:54:55 sounds like pro lunix admins 2016-04-05T04:58:29 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T05:03:18 propane posting is a chan meme 2016-04-05T05:03:36 everyone starts talking about propane to confuse newfags 2016-04-05T05:03:52 funny level: Laurenceb 2016-04-05T05:04:15 and so it begins 2016-04-05T05:04:54 fake *and* gay 2016-04-05T05:05:09 https://news.slashdot.org/story/16/04/04/2316240/us-army-hopes-to-outfit-soldiers-with-tiny-drones-by-2018 2016-04-05T05:05:15 job for dongs 2016-04-05T05:05:35 any zano references in comments 2016-04-05T05:05:53 lulz 2016-04-05T05:05:55 cuz remember zano had a super serious military version 2016-04-05T05:05:57 zanoposting 2016-04-05T05:06:00 made with 20 layers of flexpcb 2016-04-05T05:06:16 my last flexipcb project failed 2016-04-05T05:06:30 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T05:06:33 turns out you get work hardening if you arent careful 2016-04-05T05:06:43 then it cracks after a few months of use 2016-04-05T05:06:57 dunno how HDD arms work 2016-04-05T05:07:10 must use some sort of copper alloy rather than copper 2016-04-05T05:09:08 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Hornet_Nano 2016-04-05T05:09:15 lul contract already won 2016-04-05T05:09:34 gunna get smashed by soldiers 2016-04-05T05:10:45 holy shit thermal IR video with 1 mile range 2016-04-05T05:10:49 fapfapfap 2016-04-05T05:10:58 zano btfo 2016-04-05T05:12:13 can transmit video streams or high-resolution still images via a digital data-link with a 1 mi (1.6 km) range 2016-04-05T05:12:17 wouldn’t mind some of those radios 2016-04-05T05:12:42 lol 2016-04-05T05:12:52 the battery tech also sounds decent 2016-04-05T05:12:57 yeah 2016-04-05T05:13:19 I guess ~250kbps should be possible 2016-04-05T05:13:33 thats just waht zano guys sold them 2016-04-05T05:13:35 doesnt mean it exists 2016-04-05T05:14:04 They are small enough to fit in one hand and weigh just over half an ounce (16 g, including batteries). 2016-04-05T05:14:06 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42jFrcXqqbY 2016-04-05T05:14:07 wut 2016-04-05T05:14:16 lul “to save a life” 2016-04-05T05:14:34 moar like to kill once they use 250kbps h.264 2016-04-05T05:14:40 quality looks good enough 2016-04-05T05:15:04 but if the h.264 encode is like GoPro it would eat the batteries 2016-04-05T05:16:16 i dont see how that shit can be 16grams and do all of that 2016-04-05T05:16:27 I dunno 2016-04-05T05:16:34 (and have a battery as part of that weight 2016-04-05T05:16:47 radio range and flight time seems doable 2016-04-05T05:16:59 dunno about digital video over that range 2016-04-05T05:17:17 within the tiny remaining power budget 2016-04-05T05:17:40 lol maybe the spec is for 20 minutes flight time with 10 seconds of video πŸ˜› 2016-04-05T05:18:12 video asic gets fired up for a few seconds… contract goals met ! 2016-04-05T05:18:47 and they pray it doesnt brownout the whole system zano wifi style 2016-04-05T05:20:05 zano was pretty funny 2016-04-05T05:21:00 did they get completely rekt/shutdown 2016-04-05T05:21:04 or are tehy s till trying to troll 2016-04-05T05:21:32 last i heard coleco got tired of trolling and pulled out 2016-04-05T05:21:41 ya ok 2016-04-05T05:22:28 now some dong has a bunch of usless jaguar molds 2016-04-05T05:23:58 i rmember hwen like 3 jaguar units arrived to the local shitshop 2016-04-05T05:24:07 they sat tehre for years and nobody wanted them 2016-04-05T05:24:18 I remember being surprised that it would boot with their preman00b power supply design 2016-04-05T05:24:28 turns out it wouldnt 2016-04-05T05:24:33 jaguar molds? 2016-04-05T05:24:44 it was $200 or somecrazyshit in 1990s money 2016-04-05T05:25:06 i did score written off nintendovirtualboys for like 3 for $99 tho 2016-04-05T05:25:14 nobody wanted those either 2016-04-05T05:30:39 sup dongs? 2016-04-05T05:30:49 bloggin’ 2016-04-05T05:31:00 need to finish laying out a board before 3pm and havent even started 2016-04-05T05:31:00 I’ve heard you’ve stm32hacked panama lawyers 2016-04-05T05:31:03 good job. 2016-04-05T05:31:28 share the link to your blog 2016-04-05T05:31:52 ur wrong 2016-04-05T05:31:54 its tarduino.cc 2016-04-05T05:32:06 no, i dont have norgay passport 2016-04-05T05:32:16 which is required to get a .no shit. 2016-04-05T05:32:19 lul 2016-04-05T05:35:14 dongs: what do you think? http://cdn6.bigcommerce.com/s-ss4br/products/1013/images/12506/STEREO_TO_J_HOOK_BARREL_PERC_WATER_PIPE__40810.1442811896.1280.1280.jpg?c=2 2016-04-05T05:35:34 looks like stoner shit. 2016-04-05T05:35:57 what do you use? 2016-04-05T05:37:05 Rob235: http://i.imgur.com/w3EnSYO.jpg 2016-04-05T05:37:25 crt’s link is close 2016-04-05T05:37:25 ha 2016-04-05T05:37:59 I just ordered the one I posted, will be here wednesday, haven’t had something besides a bowl in years 2016-04-05T05:43:59 I made one out of two mason jars, that’s what made me want to get a real one 2016-04-05T05:47:09 what do you call a dickstarter that missed the early bird pricing levels? 2016-04-05T05:47:21 on time bird 2016-04-05T05:50:21 lul who knows 2016-04-05T05:50:43 they seem to be based in a shack in the Philippines 2016-04-05T06:20:21 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T06:28:33 The last link has been flagged by IRC NANNY as “Possibly Unsuitable”. Please find your parent(s) first and have them check the content before opening. [this channel protected by IrCNaNNY by SafeSoft v1.0b] 2016-04-05T06:33:01 Ҁ’ Proximity distance up to 200 mm 2016-04-05T06:35:51 recommended applications: selfie sticks 2016-04-05T06:41:02 65535 shades of gray 2016-04-05T06:45:44 pink leds are legit pink. 2016-04-05T06:45:53 running it at 3V/6mA 2016-04-05T06:55:07 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:14ef:66bb:c68e:3459] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T07:11:15 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-05T07:19:41 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T07:50:00 http://www.ebay.com/itm/251927167516 2016-04-05T07:57:02 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T08:00:46 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-05T08:01:35 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T08:01:57 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T08:03:16 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-05T08:05:20 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-05T08:16:56 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com] 2016-04-05T08:32:46 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/texas-instruments/LMZ21700SILT/296-38544-1-ND/5034152 2016-04-05T08:32:49 wat 2016-04-05T08:33:28 its like aidsfruit capacitor breakout board 2016-04-05T08:33:44 totally 2016-04-05T08:34:01 haha 2016-04-05T08:34:03 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-49ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T08:34:06 funny package 2016-04-05T08:34:12 i wonder where they hid the chip 2016-04-05T08:34:21 if you click datasheet, its inside the FR4 2016-04-05T08:34:24 its a DC-DC converter, iirc all the components are buried in the fiberglass PCB and has a ceramic cap ontop 2016-04-05T08:34:33 cap->coil, no? 2016-04-05T08:34:33 yer 2016-04-05T08:34:47 yer my bad 2016-04-05T08:36:18 still needs a crapton of external parts :F 2016-04-05T08:36:25 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-05T08:36:41 dat inductor 2016-04-05T08:37:31 ya – datasheet shows chip embedded inside the PCB 2016-04-05T08:37:34 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/murata-electronics-north-america/LXDC2HL33A-055/490-5795-1-ND/2783652 this looks saner 2016-04-05T08:38:04 that price is silly 2016-04-05T08:38:08 just to get it in a module 2016-04-05T08:43:04 digikey product training modules are fucking weird 2016-04-05T08:43:08 it sounds totally like TTS 2016-04-05T08:55:47 http://www.digikey.com.au/product-detail/en/on-shore-technology-inc/OSTOQ025351/ED2700-ND/2351776 gay porn on digikey 2016-04-05T08:57:10 hahaha 2016-04-05T08:57:13 ive used those before 2016-04-05T09:00:41 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T09:00:59 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-49ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T09:13:06 I’d say their photography person got a bit bored jpa- 2016-04-05T09:14:55 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-05T09:18:34 -!- Laurenceb [~laurence@vlsi1.eee.nottingham.ac.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-05T09:20:31 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T09:23:34 -!- Laurenceb [~laurence@vlsi1.eee.nottingham.ac.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T09:23:48 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-05T09:25:09 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-105-124.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T09:33:44 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-05T09:35:54 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T09:40:14 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T10:02:36 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-7-163.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-05T10:11:17 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T10:13:23 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T10:16:26 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-05T10:26:25 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.104] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T10:28:19 yes. 2016-04-05T10:30:30 how do you pronounce those NEC/renesas part numbers that start with mu? 2016-04-05T10:30:58 i have some internal jap path name from their software logs and they call it “yuPDblabla” 2016-04-05T10:31:28 also lol @ dual core cpu in 2012 2016-04-05T10:31:28 t (00:00:45) Journal start – Thu Feb 09 16:40:49 2012 2016-04-05T10:31:28 t (00:00:45) Host=DHMPC045 User=j-yamaya Pid=4980 CPUs=2 2016-04-05T10:39:47 upgrdman: this is wat i was talking about for USB switch/overcurrent shit http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/diodes-incorporated/AP2191SG-13/AP2191SGDICT-ND/1964735 2016-04-05T10:41:42 The entire information in this sheet is subject to change without notice. No part of the sheet may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written consent of Renesas Electronics Corporation. 2016-04-05T10:41:54 does copying a PDF count 2016-04-05T10:42:01 need to consult lawyer 2016-04-05T10:42:06 before ctrl+c ctrl+v 2016-04-05T10:42:21 i think richtek make those but cheaper 2016-04-05T10:42:35 they’re likely somee standard pinout 2016-04-05T10:42:57 PeterM: this was from discussion how I have this $250 anus z170 board that just used PTCs on its usb ports 2016-04-05T10:43:04 such cheapfucks wow 2016-04-05T10:43:22 i dunno, in mad huge quantities there wouldnt be much in it 2016-04-05T10:43:57 anless you get suprechink brank ptc 2016-04-05T10:44:01 brand even 2016-04-05T10:44:10 chiangirl has some bourns clones that look pretty legit 2016-04-05T10:44:26 or maybe they’re legit bounrs i duno but theeyre cheap 2016-04-05T10:44:41 anyway, point is, a board that claims to be pro should probly use something less shitty for usb ports 2016-04-05T10:44:42 lke 10c ea or less? 2016-04-05T10:44:46 less i think 2016-04-05T10:44:47 yer 2016-04-05T10:45:10 i used them for rs485/dmx shite protection so quality didnt raelly matter 2016-04-05T10:45:34 fairy snuff 2016-04-05T10:48:59 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T10:50:18 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T10:58:33 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-msnjfogbwtkcczii] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-05T10:58:57 dongs, hmm neat. so is the benefit over ptc just being able to tell when it’s tripped? any that it wont just current-limit but cut-off? 2016-04-05T10:59:06 s/any/and 2016-04-05T10:59:26 and can also be used as a switch to turn port on/off 2016-04-05T10:59:27 but yeah 2016-04-05T10:59:39 k 2016-04-05T11:00:00 ya my $35 7-port usb3 hub has a soft power switch, but its not per-port 2016-04-05T11:00:08 prolly just a pmos on vdd, lol 2016-04-05T11:00:24 probs 2016-04-05T11:00:34 i bought a gook hub with pushbutton on/offs, and the leds fade out when you power it off 2016-04-05T11:00:47 caps bro 2016-04-05T11:00:50 yeah 2016-04-05T11:00:59 they have the switch before the caps for each port i gueess 2016-04-05T11:02:59 importing 26megs R2COMCAD-ascii pcb, watching altidong chug 2016-04-05T11:06:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.104] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-05T11:10:13 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T11:12:52 lol, still importing 2016-04-05T11:12:53 what a fucking joke 2016-04-05T11:13:03 like 60% done 2016-04-05T11:19:04 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:14ef:66bb:c68e:3459] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-05T11:21:37 r2comcad == allegro? 2016-04-05T11:22:42 ya 2016-04-05T11:22:44 80% 2016-04-05T11:23:04 i installed some pirated allegro filth just to do .brd->asc conversion 2016-04-05T11:23:09 teh GUI is absolutely awful 2016-04-05T11:23:28 in vmware 2016-04-05T11:25:22 aids 2016-04-05T11:28:04 dont you always do 2016-04-05T11:33:11 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-xwvtpxwdbdpdmyfv] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T11:37:21 holy shit import ocmplete 2016-04-05T11:37:51 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T11:54:07 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.225] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T11:54:15 more proof kikecad causes cancer 2016-04-05T11:54:22 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-05T11:54:26 some jap sent pcb t o assembly, wrong footprints for every oscillator 2016-04-05T11:54:37 he sent like 8035 shit parts but footprint is 3225 2016-04-05T11:55:46 oh wtf 2016-04-05T11:55:53 these have 3225 pads on the bottom 2016-04-05T11:55:56 but the package is wide 2016-04-05T11:56:48 haha, wat 2016-04-05T11:57:32 yea i duno its some dumb jap oscilaltor 2016-04-05T11:57:42 KC5032A12.0000CMGE00 2016-04-05T11:57:55 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/avx-corp-kyocera-corp/KC5032A12.0000CMGE00/1253-1285-1-ND/4867216 2016-04-05T11:58:05 http://media.digikey.com/Renders/EPSON%20ELECTRONICS%20AMERICA%20INC-SEMICONDUCTOR/SG5032-CAN,CBN,CCN-Series(4-SMD).jpg 2016-04-05T11:58:08 it kinda looks like this 2016-04-05T11:58:56 may aswell use a hc-49 if youre gonna waste space liek that 2016-04-05T12:03:10 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T12:10:10 any timer/pwm pros here 2016-04-05T12:10:15 I’m stuck with this -> http://pastebin.com/ckCpGwvR 2016-04-05T12:10:20 see anything wrong? 2016-04-05T12:10:22 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T12:10:40 it’s F302r8 2016-04-05T12:11:47 you’re probably forgetting that extra output enable gate that’s only present on TIM1/TIM8 2016-04-05T12:11:50 -!- Sync [~foobar@sync-hv.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-05T12:12:02 that’s what I missed first time I tried doing PWM from TIM1 at least 2016-04-05T12:12:37 yeah, that break whatever thing 2016-04-05T12:12:47 timer_enable_break_main_output(TIM1); 2016-04-05T12:12:55 huh didnt know that’s there. any idea what its called exactly? 2016-04-05T12:13:10 sorry, I don’t use stdlib 2016-04-05T12:14:58 -!- Sync [~foobar@sync-hv.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T12:15:19 TIM1? yeah enable BDTR 2016-04-05T12:15:26 if you want any shit to output 2016-04-05T12:16:49 I have this x-nucleo kit with BLDC motor, trying to get it moving 2016-04-05T12:16:55 nice 2016-04-05T12:17:06 you might wanna start with code that works 2016-04-05T12:17:08 before you have no motor 2016-04-05T12:17:09 or not fets 2016-04-05T12:17:14 er or no fets 2016-04-05T12:17:46 if you mean the example that comes with it, it didn’t work … 2016-04-05T12:17:51 πŸ™ 2016-04-05T12:18:15 but maybe I fucked it up. had to convert it to makefile to at least compile it 2016-04-05T12:18:59 fets are overrated, just hook up vdd to line voltage, then you can drive motors directly from gpio 2016-04-05T12:23:19 englishman: originals of that switch are SKRPACE10. 2016-04-05T12:26:45 yay pwm works now, it was indeed the BDTR thing 2016-04-05T12:27:24 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T12:29:20 last time I naively copypasted a libopencm3 pwm example for TIM2 2016-04-05T12:29:29 and spent like 2 hours to get it working on TIM1 2016-04-05T12:30:45 I moved from locm3, but starting to think stdperiph isn’t that great either… 2016-04-05T12:31:07 all this configuration would really use some GUI tool, except HAL/cube absolutely suck 2016-04-05T12:31:59 is there something else to try? 2016-04-05T12:32:23 they suck but tehy certainly solve teh very problem youre having now 2016-04-05T12:37:13 I tried to use some ST library yesterday. huge nope 2016-04-05T12:37:16 just look – https://gist.github.com/MightyPork/6f12c897def0a1ce88a8bce11ceaf2cc 2016-04-05T12:37:21 what moron would do this 2016-04-05T12:37:57 I copied the c for you to see 2016-04-05T12:38:04 MightyPork: @author System lab – Automation and Motion control team 2016-04-05T12:38:06 tahts who 2016-04-05T12:38:12 i see ohsix is autisming again 2016-04-05T12:38:14 time to get back to work 2016-04-05T12:38:25 luls @ code 2016-04-05T12:40:01 that’s probably autogenerated code for the automatic code generator of automated code 2016-04-05T12:40:13 it’s not that someone sat down and wrote that 2016-04-05T12:40:16 I hope lol 2016-04-05T12:40:26 haha, wat 2016-04-05T12:40:40 esp stuff like the void MC_UI_INIT() 2016-04-05T12:41:00 the best part is in CMD_STATUS() 2016-04-05T12:41:17 lorenzo: nope.. row7aTxBuffer, row7TxBuffer, row7bTxBuffer, row7cTxBuffer, row71TxBuffer no autogenerator is so random πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T12:41:30 MightyPork, if you’re feeling adventorous and want to try another lib, you could try my shit 2016-04-05T12:41:39 MightyPork, but that sure as hell won’t give you any GUI tools 2016-04-05T12:42:03 and you better be confortable with flipping bits in registers :p 2016-04-05T12:42:08 zyp sure anything is worth a try 2016-04-05T12:42:50 tbh I would try 2 write my own gui stuff but there’s too many stms.. 2016-04-05T12:43:09 no drugs no 2016-04-05T12:43:28 zyp link? 2016-04-05T12:43:57 http://cgit.jvnv.net/laks/ 2016-04-05T12:44:29 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T12:45:20 uuuh it’s c++ 2016-04-05T12:45:49 i knew that would come 2016-04-05T12:46:08 of course it is, I don’t have patience to dick around with C bullshit 2016-04-05T12:46:16 πŸ˜€ 2016-04-05T12:46:52 maybe I should give c++ a go sometime. all this func pointer struct crap I’m writing could be easier with classes 2016-04-05T12:49:11 looks even worse than java tho 2016-04-05T12:49:28 nah 2016-04-05T12:54:06 btw, did you tell the store or not? 2016-04-05T12:55:09 about the $33 vap stuff you “stole” from them πŸ™‚ 2016-04-05T12:57:08 -!- Mr_Sheesh 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to hardwired ethernet] 2016-04-05T13:14:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.225] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T13:21:31 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-105-124.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T13:33:20 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T13:35:48 once you’ve erased a flash sector, each byte of that sector can be written to individually no matter the order right? i’m asking cause i plan to write the header part of the application firmware as a last step when reflashing 2016-04-05T13:36:37 not sure of each byte, but each word or whatever 2016-04-05T13:37:32 err yeah word my bad 2016-04-05T13:38:25 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-xwvtpxwdbdpdmyfv] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-05T13:39:07 you acn even write into unerased sector as long as youre only writing zeros 2016-04-05T13:39:13 or whatever, not flipping bits 2016-04-05T13:41:55 yep, I used that as a “fuse bits”, a structure initialized to 0xff in the .text section for write-once configuration 2016-04-05T13:46:27 cool 2016-04-05T13:59:58 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.153.42] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T14:12:38 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T14:35:11 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKQYRen_MIA the last words of this video sum it up 2016-04-05T14:37:15 -!- KreAture_ [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T14:39:52 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-05T14:40:40 -!- KreAture [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-05T14:40:54 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.153.42] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-05T14:41:07 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.153.42] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T14:43:40 https://s.yimg.com/ny/api/res/1.2/TvsJHCNyh31hW.TKpmwuQQ–/YXBwaWQ9aGlnaGxhbmRlcjtzbT0xO3c9Njc3O2g9MTAwMQ–/http://media.zenfs.com/en/homerun/feed_manager_auto_publish_494/a393e62d628284f0178fff748013ebbf 2016-04-05T14:43:44 lol. 2016-04-05T14:44:54 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T14:50:17 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-05T14:55:25 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:00:20 holy fuck 2016-04-05T15:00:26 talking tom cat shit on assdroid is complete fucking spam 2016-04-05T15:00:35 COMPLETE AN OFFER TO GET 2016-04-05T15:00:43 AN OFFER, LOL 2016-04-05T15:00:44 you’re using talking tom? 2016-04-05T15:00:52 i just downloaded it to check out 2016-04-05T15:00:55 uninstalled in 10 seconds 2016-04-05T15:01:16 my son loves it, we had to uinstall it because he started enjoying beating it 2016-04-05T15:01:36 im not gonna keep anything on phone that has full-screen ads 2016-04-05T15:01:38 they can go fuck themselves 2016-04-05T15:01:49 root your phone 2016-04-05T15:01:56 and edit the hosts file 2016-04-05T15:02:22 not sure if it’s safe for work, but it’s mesmerizing: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/RtSzGd05icI/hqdefault.jpg 2016-04-05T15:02:37 trash 2016-04-05T15:03:03 yes, I approve! :thumbsup: 2016-04-05T15:03:47 odds are that if I google for stm32, I’ll get at least 3 pictures with naked chicks 2016-04-05T15:03:59 no matter what I search for, I get a couple of those in 2016-04-05T15:04:53 hmm, nothing 2016-04-05T15:07:00 this is the closest I got: http://www.robotshop.com/media/files/images2/stm32-m4-microcontroller-starter-kit-3-large.jpg 2016-04-05T15:07:42 jadew, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePG6zUYvUZg 2016-04-05T15:08:53 PeterM, those are some tight dresses 2016-04-05T15:09:25 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.153.42] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T15:10:22 man do orcock users ever name nets 2016-04-05T15:10:23 holy shit 2016-04-05T15:10:33 staring at this board with > 1000 nets and everyone of htem is like N2423742893467 2016-04-05T15:12:02 orcad users are too pro for that 2016-04-05T15:13:57 jesus atleast with altidong the autogenerated netnames make sense 2016-04-05T15:14:30 NetC5_2 well that clearly goes to C5, pin 2 2016-04-05T15:14:49 yeah exactly 2016-04-05T15:16:03 attn dongs 2016-04-05T15:16:13 http://i.imgur.com/GtaWyVR.png 2016-04-05T15:16:13 i can’t get over how funny that layout is – this is apparently from someone outsourcing pcb layout to freelancer.com 2016-04-05T15:16:25 yea man, i pasted that in here liek a month ago 2016-04-05T15:16:25 he’s clearly seen all the bypass caps on the schematic, but not really understood what they’re for or that they shouldn’t be 1206 2016-04-05T15:16:36 and then repasted into another opensores channel 2016-04-05T15:16:37 lo 2016-04-05T15:16:45 i have the altium source files for that board. 2016-04-05T15:16:58 oh lol 2016-04-05T15:17:08 was it a project you put up? 2016-04-05T15:17:12 lol no 2016-04-05T15:17:17 some paki kept putting it up 2016-04-05T15:17:59 hit “fuck it lets go” button and forgot it actually has to work. 2016-04-05T15:18:41 that board would acutally be doable but the schematic and layout is full of fail 2016-04-05T15:19:12 i dont know the manufacturering process capabilities 2016-04-05T15:19:23 nah its just standard 5mil stuff with like 0.5/0.3 vias 2016-04-05T15:19:37 6L or something. shrug 2016-04-05T15:19:42 what pitch is the BGA 2016-04-05T15:19:57 0.8, i think, way too lazy to open 2016-04-05T15:20:01 but the balls are staggered 2016-04-05T15:20:04 so you can stick vias between them 2016-04-05T15:20:09 its made for cheap china manufacturing 2016-04-05T15:20:09 ahh fair nuff 2016-04-05T15:20:14 some MTK shit 2016-04-05T15:20:30 is it, it doenst look staggered 2016-04-05T15:20:37 so if someone can make the schematic, why not the pcb? 2016-04-05T15:20:42 just didnt have the time? 2016-04-05T15:20:45 .. 2016-04-05T15:21:07 infact it doesnt look liek fucking anything 2016-04-05T15:21:14 it looks fuckign rubbish 2016-04-05T15:22:15 one of the requirements of original project was 2016-04-05T15:22:19 “add pullups to I2C buses” 2016-04-05T15:22:23 http://i.imgur.com/R7MkAEI.png 2016-04-05T15:22:26 this is what “eddy” did 2016-04-05T15:23:02 i duno the fuck those harness thigns do as I never used them, but to me that looks like he shorted all i2c buses together and pulled htem up 2016-04-05T15:23:57 indeed it does 2016-04-05T15:24:08 gave all the i2c busses same net 2016-04-05T15:25:12 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:25:58 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-lelpluwtrkhcnkda] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:33:16 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:34:35 http://i.imgur.com/pvQbsVe.png 2016-04-05T15:34:41 duno man there’s 36 pages in that schematic 2016-04-05T15:34:43 and every page is lol 2016-04-05T15:38:08 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.177] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:48:25 lol so he put in 1206 caps in the schematic ? 2016-04-05T15:48:32 or the freelancer guy changed them 2016-04-05T15:51:32 100pf 1206? what are they, 600v rated 2016-04-05T15:54:50 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T15:56:43 ReadError: the modifications were like.. “add some bypass capsa, pullup i2c, move some connctor shit somewhre bla bla 2016-04-05T15:56:46 some simple-ish stuff 2016-04-05T15:58:15 the best part: guy who made that garbage acutally posted it under his “portfolio” on feelancer 2016-04-05T15:58:18 https://www.freelancer.com/u/LeoTheFreelancer.html 2016-04-05T15:58:31 https://cdn3.f-cdn.com//files/download/26687849/7c3413.jpg 2016-04-05T15:58:34 you probly cant see, so just some links 2016-04-05T15:58:40 https://cdn3.f-cdn.com//files/download/26687756/c5a2fd.jpg 2016-04-05T15:58:44 all gray shit = 1206 caps 2016-04-05T15:59:26 lol did he get paid for this ? 2016-04-05T15:59:33 i guess so 2016-04-05T16:01:48 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/Answer-question-that-have-about/ 2016-04-05T16:01:54 “Answer question that I have about my own project” 2016-04-05T16:02:24 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-05T16:02:38 no good shit on faggotlancer today 2016-04-05T16:16:35 -!- akaWolf1 [~akaWolf@unaffiliated/akawolf] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T16:20:35 -!- rene-dev_ [~rene-dev@reroo.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T16:22:09 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: TheSeven, filt3r, qyx, Gunirus, ka6sox, akaWolf, fujin, rene-dev, XTL, pid 2016-04-05T16:22:15 -!- akaWolf1 is now known as akaWolf 2016-04-05T16:24:08 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-lelpluwtrkhcnkda] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T16:24:08 -!- TheSeven 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emailed me just now from work’s email address about some appnote i asked 2016-04-05T16:53:16 time in jp : 10.53pm 2016-04-05T16:56:21 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-05T16:56:50 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T16:57:15 worky worky 2016-04-05T17:00:15 ill probly just reply nothx cuz i found something better from renesas 2016-04-05T17:09:01 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-05T17:15:01 dongs, I remember when I worked for the STE, some guys in japan office were often still there when it was around time to go home from norway office 2016-04-05T17:15:14 terrible 2016-04-05T17:18:43 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T17:22:23 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T17:29:54 -!- Tekkkz 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2016-04-05T19:05:30 wat 2016-04-05T19:05:40 dont need no stinkin bms 2016-04-05T19:05:59 if your gonna charge them as 2x 6s packs 2016-04-05T19:06:18 all you gonna do is make sure you dont over discharge and oyu can do that i nthe esc 2016-04-05T19:06:46 well for now ill charge them as 4s 2016-04-05T19:10:49 hmm theres not even an off the shelf charging IC that can handle 12s 2016-04-05T19:11:32 http://www.linear.com/product/LTC4020 2016-04-05T19:13:43 do oyu want some lt3791s? 2016-04-05T19:14:54 they’re capable of 12s 2016-04-05T19:15:29 ie, can do cc, cv and have a c/10 pin you can tie to enable 2016-04-05T19:18:31 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-05T19:20:56 -!- metRo__ [c17e50f9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.193.126.80.249] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T19:21:05 oh, also, http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=58976 2016-04-05T19:21:21 jsut incase they run out of 4s packs at that other place 2016-04-05T19:21:35 not a bad deal 2016-04-05T19:21:43 RMRC has like 200+ left lol 2016-04-05T19:21:50 that they cant ship 2016-04-05T19:22:14 When I use an output compare from a timer doesn’t I need to also configure the GPIO? 2016-04-05T19:22:24 I’m using the stm32cube mx 2016-04-05T19:23:03 yea 2016-04-05T19:24:06 stm32cubemx show that the output is selected but doesn’t add the init code for this gpio… 2016-04-05T19:24:51 Quantity Prices 2016-04-05T19:24:52 1-4 2016-04-05T19:24:52 $33.99 5-9 2016-04-05T19:24:52 $80.99 10-19 2016-04-05T19:24:52 $78.99 20+ 2016-04-05T19:24:52 $76.99 2016-04-05T19:24:54 what 2016-04-05T19:24:58 ReadError, 2016-04-05T19:25:06 hah ya 2016-04-05T19:25:10 i had to place 2 orders 2016-04-05T19:25:33 oh also 2016-04-05T19:25:44 Sitting for long periods at a 30% state of charge will reduce the battery performance, which is unacceptable for us and our customers. 2016-04-05T19:25:47 ^untrue 2016-04-05T19:26:06 as long as they still have the chemical stuff in them 2016-04-05T19:26:09 they should be okay? 2016-04-05T19:26:30 provided that they arent overdischarged they should be fine 2016-04-05T19:27:15 I thought they have some chemical they use from the factory that lets them sit longterm 2016-04-05T19:27:21 and thats why you need to break them in 2016-04-05T19:27:27 nah 2016-04-05T19:28:18 thats just RC bullshit 2016-04-05T19:28:41 like, not real stuff, jsut dumb rumor that has become fact 2016-04-05T19:29:16 the onyl reason you “break them in” is so if oyu get a DOA cell your quad doesnt asplode mid flight on your first flight 2016-04-05T19:31:24 also, just noticed, you could have done it in 1 order, jsut order 4 in deans and 4 in xt60,you’re gonna cut em off anyway 2016-04-05T19:31:40 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T19:33:08 How do I define that this GPIO will be used as timer output GPIO_InitStruct.Alternate = GPIO_; ? 2016-04-05T19:33:53 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-118-205.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 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hundreds of famous people, duh 2016-04-05T20:59:50 famous.. famous. I’ve never heard of her 2016-04-05T21:00:12 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-56-9.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T21:00:12 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-05T21:00:27 famous enough to have a page on a shitty uk newspaper 2016-04-05T21:01:04 also, be careful with such statements around here, they might remove your pumper license 2016-04-05T21:01:13 the mirror posts about anything about everyone 2016-04-05T21:02:12 How you feel about trolling a dead woman Laurenceb? 2016-04-05T21:03:17 using trollpedia as a source 2016-04-05T21:03:55 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:f806:5112:ac4c:9f0f] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T21:07:49 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-162.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-05T21:10:02 -!- jhg_ [~jhg@cpe-98-27-155-145.neo.res.rr.com] has left ##stm32 [“Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com”] 2016-04-05T21:21:29 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit 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to say they’re too stupid to want to open them 2016-04-05T23:57:18 you could make a cable and then pay the chinese to make knockoffs 2016-04-05T23:57:33 then use the fact that the chinese made knockoffs to prove that your cables are great 2016-04-05T23:57:54 “most cloned cable on the planet” 2016-04-05T23:59:09 if you get a news article about it, you get rich 2016-04-05T23:59:33 I noticed — Day changed Wed Apr 06 2016 2016-04-06T00:00:17 lol 2016-04-06T00:01:00 I wonder what it’s like to be married to these guys 2016-04-06T00:01:10 I was thinking my wife has it rough 2016-04-06T00:02:33 they’d probably ask their kid “do you hear the difference?” 2016-04-06T00:02:38 and he’d be like “no” 2016-04-06T00:03:04 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-56-9.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-06T00:03:39 “don’t touch those stickers! they’re $100 each” 2016-04-06T00:05:02 -!- damme [~damme@vps.thewiegerts.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-06T00:05:14 karlp: congrats with the protests 2016-04-06T00:06:12 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-162.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-06T00:08:55 I’m off to bed 2016-04-06T00:08:55 night 2016-04-06T00:16:07 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-06T00:27:21 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.84.23.197] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-06T00:44:55 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T00:47:21 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has quit [Quit: No Ping reply in 180 seconds.] 2016-04-06T00:48:14 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T00:48:29 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T00:57:12 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T01:13:10 spending nite to cuck with debugger problems 2016-04-06T01:13:24 what is better 2016-04-06T01:15:40 I’m I bit concerned of my interest in debugging debuggers 2016-04-06T01:17:39 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7M-68XbLe8 new musicspams.. chase&status meets punk 2016-04-06T01:19:27 some local shows when IΓ€m driving 2016-04-06T01:22:05 ohsix: never heard about her, watching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoaIhHIYWA4&t=22m6s now 2016-04-06T01:22:16 those DJ “live performances” always crack me up 2016-04-06T01:22:24 what a load of horse shit 2016-04-06T01:22:49 “hey let’s turn some knobs and move some cursors so it looks like i’m doing something” 2016-04-06T01:30:45 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHnhDd7HlSY 2016-04-06T01:30:54 how does E feel in such electro party? 2016-04-06T01:31:03 why has everything already been invented πŸ™ 2016-04-06T01:31:13 did someone say radio 1 xtra ?! 2016-04-06T01:31:18 REEEEEEE 2016-04-06T01:31:37 needs to die in a fire 2016-04-06T01:36:51 -!- c4017_ [~c4017@d108-172-129-70.bchsia.telus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T01:39:46 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[Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-06T02:10:58 no congratulations yet englishman, no fucking way people are going to be ok with this fool coming as new PM. 2016-04-06T02:11:01 absolutely absurd. 2016-04-06T02:11:15 ah, here’s the new boss, same as the old boss? 2016-04-06T02:13:45 of ignorance – awareness, expose – shield 2016-04-06T02:22:20 exactly the same as the old one, 2016-04-06T02:22:31 was defending the old one right up until the last second, 2016-04-06T02:22:57 old one hasn’t even stepped down, merely, “aside” for a bit, while they finish this term. 2016-04-06T02:25:18 01:23:54 up 1577 days, 27 min, 3 users 2016-04-06T02:27:05 or the “should i reboot it?” dilema… 2016-04-06T02:30:04 * mitrax dreads a slow-ass fsck 2016-04-06T02:30:39 englishman: https://twitter.com/rmilneNordic/status/717467131709952002/photo/1 2016-04-06T02:31:31 -!- mumptai [~calle@x4d0aae2a.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-06T02:41:25 what has iceland dones? 2016-04-06T02:43:16 iceland is really green and greenland is really icey 2016-04-06T02:43:27 thx mighty ducks 2016-04-06T02:44:24 thank you iceland 2016-04-06T02:44:46 why 2016-04-06T02:45:22 bjΓΆrk 2016-04-06T02:46:39 nite sweet SMA filled dreams 2016-04-06T02:50:33 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-121-250.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T02:58:36 iceland stole our fish 2016-04-06T03:02:57 -!- intart1 [~intart@190.167.52.79] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T03:07:17 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-06T03:08:34 http://imgur.com/ZveUjg3 2016-04-06T03:11:07 what’s sl’al ke:k? 2016-04-06T03:11:57 top kek 2016-04-06T03:12:13 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-06T03:13:46 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T03:20:44 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-06T03:24:58 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.82.151] has 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2016-04-06T04:10:43 in small-town UK? 2016-04-06T04:10:57 yup 2016-04-06T04:10:58 that should get the old ladies riled up 2016-04-06T04:11:08 gonna go and find ya a gf m8? 2016-04-06T04:11:13 lulz 2016-04-06T04:11:22 they are very annoying and have megaphones 2016-04-06T04:11:33 seems to have stopped now, but ppl have work to go it 2016-04-06T04:11:37 *to 2016-04-06T04:11:56 need to send them back to 8chan where they will fit in 2016-04-06T04:12:42 you need to find you a nice femnazi convention 2016-04-06T04:12:56 trigger everyone 2016-04-06T04:13:10 -!- intart1 [~intart@190.167.52.79] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T04:13:24 or just direct femnazis in the direction of the convention, I doubt they would approve of the campness 2016-04-06T04:13:46 -!- intart1 [~intart@186.7.200.31] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T04:14:38 are you still a wizard? 2016-04-06T04:14:58 maybe you can lose your status at the lady boys of bangkok convention 2016-04-06T04:15:12 I don’t think it works like that 2016-04-06T04:15:30 but its worth inviting wizardchan along 2016-04-06T04:15:35 -!- intart1 [~intart@186.7.200.31] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-06T04:23:16 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:f806:5112:ac4c:9f0f] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-06T04:40:31 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-06T05:00:00 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-06T05:00:36 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T05:04:50 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T05:16:16 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T05:40:16 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.132.195] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-06T05:56:27 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-06T05:57:17 http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/04/05/national/crime-legal/2015-saw-33-surge-suggestive-online-posts-minors-police-gave-guidance-666/ 2016-04-06T05:59:10 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T06:02:43 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-06T06:20:30 I’ve ported the tarduinopilot to stm32 2016-04-06T06:20:33 https://github.com/Laurenceb/Equine/blob/master/Util/dcm_attitude.c 2016-04-06T06:21:25 so much more pro 2016-04-06T06:22:51 this Atmel SAM D10 board is too painful already 2016-04-06T06:22:54 can’t download shit on it 2016-04-06T06:22:58 run firmware upgrade 2016-04-06T06:23:00 AtmelStudio crashes 2016-04-06T06:23:44 i installed as7 or wahtever the other day tosee if theyt got tarduiino->AS7 project conversion goin 2016-04-06T06:23:50 they didnt, so I deleted it 2016-04-06T06:27:43 I say ported.. only thing I copied was the math 2016-04-06T06:29:05 wow, you made it look worse than original 2016-04-06T06:29:09 with all that nice spacing and indentation 2016-04-06T06:29:16 lul 2016-04-06T06:29:23 wasnt there some problem with dcm? 2016-04-06T06:29:26 math-wise 2016-04-06T06:29:31 something about lock or whatever 2016-04-06T06:29:41 gimbal; lock? maybe im just stoned 2016-04-06T06:29:51 nope 2016-04-06T06:30:01 theres no gimbal lock with DCM 2016-04-06T06:30:05 its rather lame tho 2016-04-06T06:30:16 but I don’t care as this is just for basic use 2016-04-06T06:30:42 not recommended for flying stuff πŸ˜€ 2016-04-06T06:30:56 oh, your horseshit tracker 2016-04-06T06:31:04 what are you doing, getting horse coordinates in xyz? 2016-04-06T06:31:17 must know tilt angle 2016-04-06T06:31:22 to 0.1degree precision 2016-04-06T06:31:46 lulno 2016-04-06T06:31:52 moar liek +-10 degrees 2016-04-06T06:32:17 latest foolishness -> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/17017364/ice5_breakout.png 2016-04-06T06:32:20 its just for visualisation of horse moving around and stupid shit like that 2016-04-06T06:32:46 ice5? and FPGA? 2016-04-06T06:32:48 *an 2016-04-06T06:32:55 ya 2016-04-06T06:33:04 ah 2016-04-06T06:33:16 apparently MIT have made a VHDL compiler for DNA 2016-04-06T06:33:18 sounds fun 2016-04-06T06:33:24 saw that 2016-04-06T06:33:39 targeted viruses in 3… 2… 1… 2016-04-06T06:33:49 sounds a bit overhyped, looks like just basic e-coli “blocks” 2016-04-06T06:34:00 what EDA tool generated that 2016-04-06T06:34:08 dual mitochondria ! 2016-04-06T06:34:12 overclocked 2016-04-06T06:34:13 targeted food poisoning in 3… 2… 1… 2016-04-06T06:34:24 dobson: diptrace thru oshpark 2016-04-06T06:34:34 dongs: ^^ 2016-04-06T06:34:45 nice 2016-04-06T06:34:51 also who teh fuck is dobson and whyt is he taking up my nick 2016-04-06T06:35:08 dongs: stupid autocomplete 2016-04-06T06:36:15 yes i know 2016-04-06T06:37:03 weird, irssi actually randomly selected dongs for a few times when doing do but then started doing dobson repeatedly without ever going back to dongs 2016-04-06T06:37:16 racist. 2016-04-06T06:37:21 dongs: 2016-04-06T06:39:31 http://gentlenav.googlecode.com/files/MahonyPapers.zip 2016-04-06T06:39:47 this is interesting, there is a version similar to DCM but using quaternions 2016-04-06T06:40:00 dunno if it’d be faster as the DCM is nice and simple 2016-04-06T06:45:30 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T06:46:37 err isnt that old as shit 2016-04-06T06:46:42 thats what all tarduino guise use 2016-04-06T06:48:23 yeah but its fast 2016-04-06T06:48:33 I have tons of filtering and shit going on 2016-04-06T06:48:34 right 2016-04-06T06:48:55 fast and nasty required 2016-04-06T06:58:54 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T07:19:51 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-06T07:34:35 link to the DNA thing Laurenceb_? 2016-04-06T07:38:22 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T07:44:35 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T07:49:28 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-06T07:52:32 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T07:55:37 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T08:03:48 -!- mumptai [~calle@x4d0aae2a.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T08:04:13 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-06T08:04:19 -!- tecdroid [~icke@dslb-188-106-070-129.188.106.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-06T08:14:06 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T08:26:42 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-56ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T08:51:31 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-56ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-06T09:11:15 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-06T09:12:30 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-06T09:22:54 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T09:29:15 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-06T09:34:58 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T09:38:31 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T09:46:39 in altidongs, how do i find something in a project by its refdes? 2016-04-06T09:51:38 i usually use the find similar on the pcb, component properties, see whci hschematic it is on then use find similar refdes again 2016-04-06T09:53:31 -!- mumptai [~calle@x4d0aae2a.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-06T10:09:55 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Arduino-based-wireless-radio-transmitter/ attn englishman 2016-04-06T10:10:04 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-06T10:14:54 You will create the schematic (.pro), the pcb layout (.kicad_pcb) and the Gerber file for the custom PCB that is highlighted in green using KiCAD. 2016-04-06T10:14:57 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:14:57 this is bolded 2016-04-06T10:15:00 project looked interesting until that point 2016-04-06T10:15:02 he can go fuck himself. 2016-04-06T10:16:24 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:16:32 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-06T10:20:24 skookum choocher 2016-04-06T10:20:42 needs moar crescent wrench 2016-04-06T10:21:34 lmfao some feelancer just messaged me for some propject that involves makign a mesh network out of NRF24L01 stuff with 1km range and industrial tem,perature require3ments for…. $120 2016-04-06T10:21:41 like how about NO 2016-04-06T10:22:09 you can take it for 120 2016-04-06T10:22:15 i wouldnt touch it for less than 5k 2016-04-06T10:22:42 just pcba 2016-04-06T10:23:05 in my arduino youtube videos im starting to get people begging me to help them with a stupid project. and when i ignore their comments, them PM me on youtube 2016-04-06T10:23:16 lolz 2016-04-06T10:23:24 i wonder how many comments eevfag gets 2016-04-06T10:23:28 PLEASE HELP ME INSTALL PIRATED ALTIUM 2016-04-06T10:23:35 thats right 2016-04-06T10:23:39 because he has no fucking content 2016-04-06T10:23:51 so there’s nothign to ask about 2016-04-06T10:23:56 his video stream is just noise 2016-04-06T10:24:03 ohsix, no 2016-04-06T10:24:24 its like “im an ee student and i cant figure out my lab project. wanna help me for free? plz?” 2016-04-06T10:24:53 like bluetooth serial port questions 2016-04-06T10:25:02 and “how do i make a robot arm with servos” 2016-04-06T10:25:04 etc. 2016-04-06T10:25:54 like i dont mind helping people, but when it’s a bunch of beakys and crts… i’ll pass 2016-04-06T10:28:45 or when its not related 2016-04-06T10:32:23 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.161.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:32:55 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T10:34:08 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:36:44 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-06T10:42:44 hey guys i would like too hook an LED up to my arduino, what resistor do i need? 2016-04-06T10:44:08 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-06T10:44:18 well I need this to run 8 years off a 9v battery 2016-04-06T10:44:52 what? ‘murica 2016-04-06T10:46:11 im always up at 4am 2016-04-06T10:48:42 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:51:34 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:52:04 btw 2016-04-06T10:52:19 you guys seen that shit, you can run synology on any HW 2016-04-06T10:52:38 have it running in ESXi fine for a bit now 2016-04-06T10:53:03 can build out huge NAS easily with good sw 2016-04-06T10:55:03 Linux SynoVirt 3.10.35 #1 SMP Tue Feb 2 17:44:24 CET 2016 x86_64 GNU/Linux synology_bromolow_3615xs 2016-04-06T10:55:15 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T10:55:22 but its how all the software works together 2016-04-06T10:55:24 its magic 2016-04-06T10:56:24 you can ssh and look under the hood 2016-04-06T10:56:26 magic you say? can it save me 15% on auto insurance? 2016-04-06T10:56:34 but everything just works 2016-04-06T10:56:45 the google drive -> network drive stuff is great 2016-04-06T10:57:00 have google apps so just spool up a bunch of drives for backups 2016-04-06T10:59:03 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-06T11:08:13 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:09:12 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:14:46 https://xpenology.us/tutorials/installation/dsm-software/how-install-update-dsm-52 2016-04-06T11:14:54 i just found it 2016-04-06T11:18:08 setup?? 2016-04-06T11:18:45 well its not made to run on non-synology hardware 2016-04-06T11:19:17 its their own build of linux 2016-04-06T11:19:48 this is how they release updates so its the easiest 2016-04-06T11:20:08 see last commentt 2016-04-06T11:21:25 yea 2016-04-06T11:21:31 this xpenology stuff 2016-04-06T11:21:37 is just a bootloader basically 2016-04-06T11:21:57 http://global.download.synology.com/download/DSM/release/5.2/5644/DSM_DS3615xs_5644.pat 2016-04-06T11:22:05 it actually installs that 2016-04-06T11:22:15 and they use that covention for updates 2016-04-06T11:25:06 yea 2016-04-06T11:25:06 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T11:25:30 im curious what they are doing for RAID controllers 2016-04-06T11:25:38 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:26:16 http://www.servethehome.com/synology-ds1812-hardware-teardown/ 2016-04-06T11:27:07 it does a bit more 2016-04-06T11:27:25 you boot it in install/upgrade and it actually has some stuff running 2016-04-06T11:27:39 you can login to a web interface/ssh and actually install the .pat 2016-04-06T11:28:45 i dont think they are using hw raid 2016-04-06T11:29:39 All Synology systems use software RAID; further information about the differences between hardware/software RAID, please look here — 2008 2016-04-06T11:30:31 yea still SW apparently 2016-04-06T11:30:36 makes doing a build cheap 2016-04-06T11:31:31 -!- damme [~damme@2001:16d8:cc75:0:9c4d:b7:6ff4:5160] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:31:31 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.133] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T11:35:42 eh most people use it on actual hw 2016-04-06T11:35:47 so you can load up a bunch of disk 2016-04-06T11:35:56 little atom shits 2016-04-06T11:36:33 bloomin heck, $1000 for that? 2016-04-06T11:37:00 no wonder they can afford to make half decent software 2016-04-06T11:39:08 http://www.amazon.com/Synology-Station-Network-Attached-DS3615xs/dp/B00R45RC1E/ 2016-04-06T11:39:15 they get even more expensive 2016-04-06T11:39:20 thats the one im running 2016-04-06T11:39:49 jesus fucking christ 2016-04-06T11:40:15 yea crazy 2016-04-06T11:40:21 for how basic/simple the HW is 2016-04-06T11:40:32 higher end models are just free money 2016-04-06T11:43:30 no the certs are something different 2016-04-06T11:43:48 its just saying its tested by the mfg 2016-04-06T11:43:57 and everything works 2016-04-06T11:44:12 or tested by vmware rather 2016-04-06T11:44:34 iSCSI stuff 2016-04-06T11:44:44 http://www.amazon.com/ASRock-Rack-Mini-Motherboards-C2550D4I/dp/B00GG94YDS 2016-04-06T11:47:44 -!- Blatinox [~Blatinox@blatinox.fr] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:49:03 expensive lil bastard 2016-04-06T11:49:38 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:49:55 i got some of my vmware shit running off mine 2016-04-06T11:50:18 you just goto the web page 2016-04-06T11:50:25 i think its like admin no pw? 2016-04-06T11:51:05 try root/root 2016-04-06T11:51:17 it wasnt anything special 2016-04-06T11:51:22 but i forget what i did 2016-04-06T11:51:43 are you at the web interface? 2016-04-06T11:51:50 i think u need to use that anyways 2016-04-06T11:52:30 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-06T11:52:39 also 2016-04-06T11:52:44 did you do the persistent storage? 2016-04-06T11:52:56 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T11:53:25 nah the vmware setting 2016-04-06T11:54:08 eh maybe it doesnt matter for vmware desktop 2016-04-06T11:55:52 -!- damme [~damme@2001:16d8:cc75:0:9c4d:b7:6ff4:5160] has quit [Quit: In /dev/null noone can hear you scream!] 2016-04-06T12:17:50 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.161.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-06T12:22:57 ahaha 2016-04-06T12:23:02 altiumpal is *raged* 2016-04-06T12:23:20 he fucked something up and now every new board, defaulty polygon_clearance is like 0mil 2016-04-06T12:23:25 for relief connect 2016-04-06T12:23:41 so hes getting shit like GND vias/pads with like 0.001mm ring around them 2016-04-06T12:24:44 hmm 2016-04-06T12:24:51 i dont even see wehre to change default drc shit 2016-04-06T12:24:57 wonder wat he fucked up 2016-04-06T12:25:40 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.150.214] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T12:29:17 kek 2016-04-06T12:29:38 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T12:38:08 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T12:46:47 sync, check your fucking dhl 2016-04-06T12:46:51 with AD stuff 2016-04-06T12:46:54 nazi customs has it 2016-04-06T12:47:04 for liek 4 days now 2016-04-06T12:56:59 dongs: I thought altium is almost perfect while eagle is crapware? 2016-04-06T12:58:32 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.150.214] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-06T13:01:36 dongs: yeah, that is usually the case dongs 2016-04-06T13:04:24 Sync: so what, they’re just jerking off wiht the package and will send to you eventually? 2016-04-06T13:04:36 lol @ germany 2016-04-06T13:06:34 any of you guys have an obd2 dongle thingy that you recommend for cheaps? 2016-04-06T13:07:43 the chian usb/bluetooth ones work 2016-04-06T13:12:55 Sync: is there any difference between them that you know of? 2016-04-06T13:13:09 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-06T13:13:54 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-06T13:14:16 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T13:16:52 I have not noticed them if there are any karlp 2016-04-06T13:18:00 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T13:18:22 http://www.tme.eu/en/Document/91a28926969f50a8caeaeb2d4475df20/RG160160A-FHY-V.pdf crystaldongz 2016-04-06T13:19:02 all I can get are vertical lines πŸ˜€ 2016-04-06T13:19:13 Fleck: looks like y our standard whatever shit that can be driven by 4 bits 2016-04-06T13:19:17 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.143.219] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T13:19:29 HD87760 or wahtever stuff 2016-04-06T13:20:08 any idea why the STM32F410RBT6 is super cheap compared to e.g STM32F051R8T6? (M4 vs M0 and 128kb vs 64kb) 2016-04-06T13:20:24 economy of scale 2016-04-06T13:20:30 someone is buying a shitload of f410 2016-04-06T13:20:36 and nobody wants the shitty M0 2016-04-06T13:20:46 last i checked 072CB was cheaper than some of 05x stuff 2016-04-06T13:20:50 make sense 2016-04-06T13:21:01 err.makes, ok well i’ll go with the F4 then 2016-04-06T13:21:08 also RB is more common package 2016-04-06T13:21:28 crt: I am not πŸ˜€ 2016-04-06T13:21:37 a lot of 64pin F1s with higher spec are almost as cheap as 48pin wiht half or worse spec 2016-04-06T13:22:29 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/The-bag-that-charges-phone/ 2016-04-06T13:22:50 is “womens bag” some slang for something I dont know about 2016-04-06T13:23:31 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Chip-Programming/ 2016-04-06T13:23:38 he cant evne buy time on the FIB for that /hour 2016-04-06T13:23:42 and hten he’d need to know which fuses to edit 2016-04-06T13:23:58 (and how) 2016-04-06T13:24:34 ohsix, you should really take this https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Arduino-based-wireless-radio-transmitter/ 2016-04-06T13:24:57 screen -rd 2016-04-06T13:25:03 ^ lunix shithead 2016-04-06T13:26:00 sup 2016-04-06T13:26:15 STM32F318C8T6 shits is also cheap as fuck 2016-04-06T13:26:30 318 eh 2016-04-06T13:26:34 define “cheap” 2016-04-06T13:26:42 but fuck F3 2016-04-06T13:26:48 its uart/flash so slow 2016-04-06T13:27:08 1.78€ 2016-04-06T13:27:08 f205vgt6 are pretty cheap also 2016-04-06T13:27:29 ya but F2 is dead does anyone evne use that? 2016-04-06T13:27:36 Sync: so they’re all “bluetooth” is there a variety of android apps that talk to them? or is it one common crazy china app that comes on the cd? 2016-04-06T13:27:52 im gonna guess they’re all just bt serial shits 2016-04-06T13:28:00 there are a few of apps that talk to them, there also is windows/linux shit iirc 2016-04-06T13:28:02 ye 2016-04-06T13:28:30 F2 is fine for the price 2016-04-06T13:28:44 f2 has f1 style gpio -> gtfo 2016-04-06T13:28:52 Fleck: looks weird. quick glance is you control half the screen at once and just clock all the bits out 2016-04-06T13:29:04 yeah i dont see any use for F2 2016-04-06T13:29:07 shitty gpio and M3 2016-04-06T13:29:14 what does it even solve? 2016-04-06T13:29:16 that F1 doesnt do 2016-04-06T13:29:18 i forgot 2016-04-06T13:29:27 just that its 120mhz instead of 72? 2016-04-06T13:29:29 speeed 2016-04-06T13:29:31 faster and ethernet 2016-04-06T13:29:31 yerp 2016-04-06T13:29:36 karlp: F1 has ethernet 2016-04-06T13:29:41 does it have the usb hs then maybe? 2016-04-06T13:29:44 you can also overclock F103 to 144mhz ~just fine~ 2016-04-06T13:30:05 karlp: maybe, but still external phy -> shitheap 2016-04-06T13:30:55 you can get it in invisible WLCSP6-6 2016-04-06T13:30:56 4x4mm 2016-04-06T13:31:29 looks liek only advantage is ART, 120mhz, DCMI, HS usb 2016-04-06T13:32:45 hm, I wonder if there is a parametric search that lets you look for packages and then tells you which stms there are for it 2016-04-06T13:32:52 yes 2016-04-06T13:32:54 the cube mx browser 2016-04-06T13:32:57 its great 2016-04-06T13:33:15 oh well, the parametric search on the stm32 landing page can do it 2016-04-06T13:33:26 but then you have to use aids ST site 2016-04-06T13:33:47 sriosuly cubemx browser is wonderful 2016-04-06T13:33:48 just install it 2016-04-06T13:33:49 new project 2016-04-06T13:33:52 pick package 2016-04-06T13:33:55 ~amaze~ 2016-04-06T13:34:13 yah, good for workin out clocks and mappin pins too 2016-04-06T13:34:17 wat, there are going to be stm32l443 chips in lqfp48 2016-04-06T13:34:35 i mean, sure you can do it with excel spreadshits etc but its all there in one place 2016-04-06T13:35:45 L4 is very very expensive 2016-04-06T13:36:02 i wish they’d make a F4 with new peripherals like uart/etc 2016-04-06T13:36:22 all the F441/411/etc shit is still old junk 2016-04-06T13:37:08 old and cheap 2016-04-06T13:39:33 http://i.imgur.com/RtTCXbO.gifv 2016-04-06T13:39:34 lol 2016-04-06T13:39:44 RIP 2016-04-06T13:41:52 dissappear, just liek a pencil 2016-04-06T13:42:21 i should update my cube 2016-04-06T13:43:07 http://i.imgur.com/5sSHccO.webm 2016-04-06T13:43:37 i heard hes dead 2016-04-06T13:44:04 yeah probs 2016-04-06T13:51:06 hm, cocks 2016-04-06T13:51:18 i have a dumb device that needs like 60k firmware downloaded over i2c or spi 2016-04-06T13:51:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.150.150] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T13:51:28 i2c would be going at 200khz but spi can do up to 10 2016-04-06T13:51:34 bu then I’d need to put a stm32 on there just for firmware load πŸ™ 2016-04-06T13:53:31 aww 2016-04-06T13:53:57 hm maybe i can do largeish blocks over i2c then it wont be so awful 2016-04-06T13:54:04 but if its byte by byute + usb overhead its gonna be dum 2016-04-06T13:54:49 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-06T13:56:20 so nobody has a clue how to control those? :/ 2016-04-06T13:57:17 Fleck: select top/bototm half, clock out all bits 2016-04-06T14:09:03 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T14:10:48 I’m trying to set a watchpoint on TIM1->CNT on gdb but it doesn’t break 2016-04-06T14:11:16 can you even set harwdare breapoints on peripheral registers? 2016-04-06T14:11:30 atleast not against hardware access 2016-04-06T14:11:40 watchpoints only trigger for software writes, not even DMA i think 2016-04-06T14:11:45 yeah 2016-04-06T14:12:07 how will debug unit even know that CNT was modifeid by timer 2016-04-06T14:13:21 got it 2016-04-06T14:14:00 how does STMSTUDIO works? 2016-04-06T14:14:16 you can plot the TIM1->CNT value per example 2016-04-06T14:14:27 it just reads it every now and then 2016-04-06T14:15:16 ok 2016-04-06T14:15:22 how do I delete a display? 2016-04-06T14:15:27 or disable it at least? 2016-04-06T14:15:34 undisplay? 2016-04-06T14:15:34 no idea, i dont think anyone here uses stmstudio 2016-04-06T14:15:43 I’m talking about gdb 2016-04-06T14:15:54 zyp: thank you 2016-04-06T14:16:11 i still havent found a good way to do snippets in altidong 2016-04-06T14:16:26 i keep having to arrange/copy traces for everytime i do dc/dc etc blocks 2016-04-06T14:36:19 udder 2016-04-06T14:40:54 a restart has been scheduled 2016-04-06T14:40:57 fucken aids 2016-04-06T14:41:05 for fucking msosffice updates 2016-04-06T14:41:07 πŸ™ 2016-04-06T14:45:14 http://i.imgur.com/3TgAyq0.png rate my dcdc 2016-04-06T14:46:30 very kawaii 2016-04-06T14:47:26 sure i only use sync 2016-04-06T14:47:27 fuck diodes 2016-04-06T14:47:34 what’s up with curved vs rect outline? distinguishing caps from resistors? 2016-04-06T14:47:50 yes 2016-04-06T14:47:54 thats standard everywehre 2016-04-06T14:48:05 look at the back of your gpu or smth 2016-04-06T14:49:17 oh, yeah, just looked at reference board for the shit I’m working on now 2016-04-06T14:50:05 which is hte swithcer? is the cap up the top Vin? 2016-04-06T14:50:14 top right 2016-04-06T14:50:28 ya, 10uF 0603 2016-04-06T14:50:40 this been working in production pretty well fora while 2016-04-06T14:50:46 just i have to copy that layout into every fucking new project 2016-04-06T14:50:53 takes like ~10min to arrange parts + copy nets 2016-04-06T14:51:05 NCP1532 2016-04-06T14:52:13 seems good enough 2016-04-06T14:53:17 thought i ahve a tendencyto mad polys rather than traces 2016-04-06T14:53:25 on DCDC 2016-04-06T14:53:55 yeh i do them sometimes on higher current stuff. just annoying to do 2016-04-06T14:54:02 cuz have to make drc rule about direct connects 2016-04-06T14:54:05 fucking annoying 2016-04-06T14:54:10 ahh 2016-04-06T14:54:12 or else the shit doesnt evne pour 2016-04-06T14:54:16 or do you just use actual polys? 2016-04-06T14:54:18 yeah, polys are annoying 2016-04-06T14:54:19 not gnd pour 2016-04-06T14:54:23 er gnd->whatever 2016-04-06T14:54:42 actual polys 2016-04-06T14:54:45 hmm 2016-04-06T14:55:00 but most of my shit is like 10x higher pwoer minimum 2016-04-06T14:55:09 this shit I’m working on got 5 DCDC blocks, and I’ve been putting off routing them because that shit is annoying 2016-04-06T14:55:26 almsot certain no need at your power level 2016-04-06T14:55:45 spending my time getting angry trying to make RJ45 connector fit instead 2016-04-06T14:56:00 kek 2016-04-06T14:56:48 gonna try poly next time instead of pour 2016-04-06T14:57:45 whoever made the design rules for this design added some crazy clearance constraints on the ethernet lines/centertap ground 2016-04-06T14:58:02 which I assume is fair to get the required galvanic isolation, but annoying as fuck to route 2016-04-06T14:58:39 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@202-159-152-90.dyn.iinet.net.au] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-06T14:58:47 just #yolo it and route the groundplane straight through the clearance 2016-04-06T14:59:05 yeah, jsut rely that the other side have correct clearance 2016-04-06T14:59:12 haha 2016-04-06T14:59:17 * PeterM smirks 2016-04-06T14:59:46 that is how the real pros do it 2016-04-06T14:59:58 I wish people just weren’t too cheap to use a magjack, would solve everything 2016-04-06T15:00:04 or those shitty chinaclone NICs without transformers o0 2016-04-06T15:00:51 haha 2016-04-06T15:01:06 looks like my altiumpro also uses poly 2016-04-06T15:01:10 how the fuck did i not know this 2016-04-06T15:01:20 poly what? 2016-04-06T15:02:55 http://i.imgur.com/WCJjAb0.png to make this kidna shit *(but that board is pour, which i fail) 2016-04-06T15:02:58 is 2016-04-06T15:03:37 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@106-69-219-228.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T15:03:51 its easy, jsut takes fuckign forever 2016-04-06T15:04:47 err wait 2016-04-06T15:04:50 dongs, uh, you seem to be opposing “poly” and “pour” 2016-04-06T15:04:55 yeah uh 2016-04-06T15:05:03 and I don’t get it, because it’s called a “polygon pour” 2016-04-06T15:05:04 do you mean solid region then? 2016-04-06T15:05:15 PeterM: ^ 2016-04-06T15:05:32 you just want to avoid thermals? 2016-04-06T15:05:44 no i mean polygon pour 2016-04-06T15:05:55 just make a power netclass or something, and a design rule that disables thermals on that 2016-04-06T15:06:20 zyp, yeah yeah yeah i know all the ways how to get rid of htem 2016-04-06T15:06:27 what i mean is thats an extra cunty step to deal with 2016-04-06T15:06:32 and they dont work very well wehn moving rooms and shit 2016-04-06T15:06:33 yeah, it is 2016-04-06T15:06:39 ive had fucking polygons only stick around after i moved room 2016-04-06T15:06:50 and it seems it depends randomly on whether they move or nto 2016-04-06T15:07:11 wonder if solid region would work better 2016-04-06T15:07:32 you probably just have to repour them or something 2016-04-06T15:07:55 no 2016-04-06T15:08:03 the outline physically stays in the old place 2016-04-06T15:08:05 and rest of room moves. 2016-04-06T15:08:11 like dashed pour outline shit 2016-04-06T15:08:21 it has happened neough times to know its not just some dumb shit im doing wrong 2016-04-06T15:09:09 solid region wroks 2016-04-06T15:09:15 ah 2016-04-06T15:09:46 maybe you’re not selecting them properly? I think polygons can only be selected when they are in the active layer or some shit 2016-04-06T15:10:01 what hte fuck is “fill” for 2016-04-06T15:10:09 zyp, room is dragged by the room object 2016-04-06T15:10:11 not parts inside of it 2016-04-06T15:10:23 i dont need to select anything to drag a rroom 2016-04-06T15:10:52 oh, ok 2016-04-06T15:10:56 haven’t used rooms 2016-04-06T15:11:08 oh, fill is just square only 2016-04-06T15:11:12 solid region can do area. 2016-04-06T15:14:30 oh niiiiiiiiiiice 2016-04-06T15:14:39 ah dongs called dhl 2016-04-06T15:14:43 just spotted an error altidong “helpfully” added to my recent board 2016-04-06T15:14:49 fucking auto-remove loops trash 2016-04-06T15:14:50 the cunts thought I was importing the shits for my company 2016-04-06T15:15:01 told them to fuk right off and forward that shit 2016-04-06T15:15:07 nice 2016-04-06T15:15:22 WTF IT REMOVED ALL OF THEM 2016-04-06T15:15:24 fuckkkk 2016-04-06T15:16:25 http://i.imgur.com/L4UytwN.png 2016-04-06T15:16:32 if I dont turn off “auto remove loops” 2016-04-06T15:16:56 adding a trace between top pad2 of any of those 3 parts and the via will delete the trace in all the others 2016-04-06T15:17:10 because via touches about 6 mil overlap 2016-04-06T15:18:02 this is kikecad-class faggotry right there 2016-04-06T15:18:44 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T15:23:34 i use measure tool to make sure all caps/shit around QFNs are at identical disstance from the pads 2016-04-06T15:23:38 amidoingitwrong 2016-04-06T15:24:29 still shocked pro altidonger doesnt even use grid at all 2016-04-06T15:27:21 hm not-so-pro altidonger says solid regions have some problem when copying rooms 2016-04-06T15:27:23 well fuckign fuck 2016-04-06T15:29:30 8L designs are fun 2016-04-06T15:29:48 all layers are full of shit exactly where I need to run a new signal 2016-04-06T15:32:25 rekt 2016-04-06T15:41:48 How I set the compare value on a output compare registar? 2016-04-06T15:41:57 TIMx->CCR 2016-04-06T15:42:19 dongs: I change the CCR value but it doesn’t change the output waveform 2016-04-06T15:42:20 :s 2016-04-06T15:42:22 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T15:42:30 I’m using timer1 with a prescaler of 1000 2016-04-06T15:42:36 my clock is 48MHz 2016-04-06T15:42:50 so I have a 1KHz freq timer 2016-04-06T15:43:08 ARR set to 499 2016-04-06T15:43:39 and I got a 1Hz on output 2016-04-06T15:43:42 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has quit [Quit: leaving…] 2016-04-06T15:44:18 48MHz/1000 doesn’t sound 1kHz to me.. 2016-04-06T15:44:26 sorry 2016-04-06T15:44:33 jpa-: psc=48000 2016-04-06T15:45:00 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T15:45:15 yeah, so 0.99998 kHz timer; but ok, yeah, CCR should change the duty cycle of the output waveform 2016-04-06T15:45:23 if you are in one of the PWM modes 2016-04-06T15:45:32 hmm, i’m not 2016-04-06T15:45:41 what is your CCMR value? 2016-04-06T15:46:03 48 2016-04-06T15:46:10 decimal, hex? 2016-04-06T15:46:15 yes 2016-04-06T15:46:22 …. 2016-04-06T15:46:28 decimal 2016-04-06T15:46:37 0x30 2016-04-06T15:47:11 110000b 2016-04-06T15:47:35 so are you getting the output from TIM1_CH1 or TIM1_CH2? 2016-04-06T15:48:02 TIM1_CH1 2016-04-06T15:48:07 or are you just toggling gpio in an interrupt? 2016-04-06T15:48:11 no 2016-04-06T15:48:20 ok 2016-04-06T15:48:48 so yeah, your channel is in toggle mode, so it changes state every time the output compare matches 2016-04-06T15:49:15 thus by changing CCR, you are only moving the toggle time a bit, but it will still occur once every timer period 2016-04-06T15:49:23 I have set TIM1 channel1 to Output Compare CH1, toggle on match 2016-04-06T15:49:27 yeah 2016-04-06T15:49:37 what do you actually want to change by editing the CCR? 2016-04-06T15:50:06 toogle it before per example 2016-04-06T15:50:08 currently you are just changing the phase of the output waveform, in relation to the internal clock period 2016-04-06T15:51:10 is your ARR enabled 2016-04-06T15:51:14 I didn’t understand :s 2016-04-06T15:51:29 i forgot if you needed that to be able to chang CCR without stopping timer first 2016-04-06T15:51:32 I tought that change the CCR it will make the pin toogle on compare 2016-04-06T15:51:44 per example 2016-04-06T15:51:49 ARR is set to 499 2016-04-06T15:52:02 if I set the CCR to 250 2016-04-06T15:52:15 it will toggle 2x the timer freq 2016-04-06T15:53:53 .. 2016-04-06T15:55:21 so if I set the all the 4 channels to Output Compare 2016-04-06T15:55:30 they will all output the same 2016-04-06T15:56:06 crt πŸ™‚ 2016-04-06T16:01:07 anyone in the UK online/interested this dude is selling a bunch of NOS stuff from RS http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/h4ab/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= some decent deals to be had 2016-04-06T16:03:02 NOS? 2016-04-06T16:03:10 gona guess new old sock 2016-04-06T16:03:13 +t 2016-04-06T16:03:59 yer 2016-04-06T16:04:02 new old stock 2016-04-06T16:05:14 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-06T16:09:21 -!- c10ud^^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T16:12:34 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-06T16:14:24 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/322058499330 you dont want these pro shades? 2016-04-06T16:19:45 nah, but sync might want http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Schneider-Electric-Altivar-ATV32-EMI-Filter-Additional-EMC-Input-Filter-7970805-/322048139254?hash=item4afb909ff6:g:HYwAAOSwoudW8SMV for his high power ‘xperiments 2016-04-06T16:23:09 https://github.com/blog/2146-organizations-can-now-block-abusive-users 2016-04-06T16:24:15 pfft PeterM 2016-04-06T16:27:46 electromagnetic compatibility 2016-04-06T16:29:55 -!- piezo [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T16:29:55 -!- piezoid is now known as Guest36485 2016-04-06T16:29:55 -!- piezo is now known as piezoid 2016-04-06T16:30:01 -!- Guest36485 [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has quit [Quit: leaving…] 2016-04-06T16:30:39 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-06T16:30:55 -!- piezo [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T16:30:55 -!- piezo is now known as piezoid 2016-04-06T16:39:55 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-06T16:40:23 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T16:44:57 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.150.150] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-06T16:54:24 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.130.62] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T16:58:41 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@148.60.33.210] has quit [Quit: leaving…] 2016-04-06T16:58:59 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-06T17:06:57 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-06T17:09:27 -!- c10ud^^^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T17:12:39 -!- c10ud^^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-06T17:12:53 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.130.62] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-06T17:15:28 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T17:16:40 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-06T17:19:24 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-06T17:19:39 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T17:49:01 yo PeterM 2016-04-06T17:49:05 http://slickdeals.net/f/8522071-4-pack-3400mah-panasonic-protected-rechargeable-li-ion-batteries-16-or-less-free-s-h?page=5#commentsBox 2016-04-06T17:49:12 -!- Blatinox [~Blatinox@blatinox.fr] has left ##stm32 [“WeeChat 1.0.1”] 2016-04-06T17:49:21 freeship 2016-04-06T17:52:12 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-grjpgxohwvrdxhra] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T17:52:19 EBNET16 hm 2016-04-06T17:57:09 that’s not too bad 2016-04-06T17:59:15 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.121.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T17:59:37 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-06T18:00:36 How can I start a timer based on other timer? I want the following effect: http://i.imgur.com/UTKxars.png 2016-04-06T18:00:59 read RM, you can slave the stuff 2016-04-06T18:01:28 dunjo if it’ll achieve that but maybe 2016-04-06T18:01:29 timer1 is 100Hz and I want timer2 at 100Hz too but with the RisingEdge synchronized 2016-04-06T18:01:37 I’m going to read it 2016-04-06T18:01:42 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T18:06:49 ReadError, 2 things, 1) i dunno if they’re legit and 2) thats mroe than they cost from FT for me 2016-04-06T18:07:15 chiangirl has some panasonic CR2032 for 16c , claims legit 2016-04-06T18:07:16 waht do you think 2016-04-06T18:07:24 hmm 14.98 per 4pack 2016-04-06T18:09:06 yeah, probably legit 2016-04-06T18:09:37 hm 2016-04-06T18:09:42 16c is pretty cheapsauce dongs 2016-04-06T18:12:28 -!- metRo__ [c17e50f9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.193.126.80.249] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-06T18:15:11 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.157.1] has joined ##stm32 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I’d like to use CLion as my IDE, thus I need to use cmake 2016-04-06T22:23:10 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.251.197.179] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T22:50:24 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.251.197.179] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-06T22:54:36 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-06T23:00:59 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T23:06:36 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:7839:f491:ecdf:a390] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T23:20:14 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T23:24:41 found laurenceb’s research: http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/humanoids/stanford-touching-nao-robot 2016-04-06T23:35:42 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:b44b:5c2e:fc74:b45d] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-06T23:40:28 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-06T23:42:27 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: My Mac has gone to sleep. 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2016-04-07T00:37:24 yes 2016-04-07T00:38:34 Dont shake so much 2016-04-07T00:39:14 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@rle-eecs-mtl-dhcp-20-53.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T00:39:58 caffffeine 2016-04-07T00:47:02 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-07T00:50:02 ohsix: heard generally positive things about it actually. 2016-04-07T00:55:34 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-07T00:56:52 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T00:58:37 i heard the other one had ads, fuck that http://www.youtube.com/user/DTFUHF/live 2016-04-07T00:59:49 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T01:00:28 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-07T01:01:14 http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1459973271360.jpg 2016-04-07T01:13:20 typical pol thread πŸ˜› 2016-04-07T01:33:31 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T01:33:51 kakimir, that can’t be true 2016-04-07T01:43:44 my friend swores it is 2016-04-07T01:47:52 trying to find footage from there 2016-04-07T01:52:23 die antwoord is from around there 2016-04-07T01:52:29 do you need to know more? 2016-04-07T01:55:02 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KI3eGU_wmHg 2016-04-07T01:56:16 kakimir: that’s total bullshit 2016-04-07T01:56:40 why dont you ask pol about propane and crabs? 2016-04-07T01:56:41 https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/6f/Half-completed_manual_soldering_of_surface_mount_MQFP_integrated_circuit.jpg 2016-04-07T01:56:49 kisielk: what is? 2016-04-07T01:56:51 I’ve been to Joberg, there are definitely parts of the city that are dangerous, particularly at night, but it’s not a post-apocalyptic wasteland or anything 2016-04-07T01:57:03 kakimir: the account in that jpg 2016-04-07T01:57:15 thats some pro soldering 2016-04-07T01:58:01 talking of pol I saw Breviks manifesto 2016-04-07T01:58:09 he uses > instead of “” 2016-04-07T01:58:21 because home made breakout boards are lame? 2016-04-07T01:58:23 zyp confirmed as Brevik 2016-04-07T01:59:29 shitting into elevator shaft was the part I started feeling I has some coloring to it 2016-04-07T02:00:21 elevatorposting? 2016-04-07T02:00:39 ask them to name their favourite mollusc 2016-04-07T02:01:52 molluscah 2016-04-07T02:01:59 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-07T02:05:34 I don’t understand your cryptic 8chain inside jokes 2016-04-07T02:05:40 chan* 2016-04-07T02:08:13 penis 2016-04-07T02:12:42 sure 2016-04-07T02:13:09 anything for you 2016-04-07T02:15:34 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NffhdAz9pc4 some by bigclive 2016-04-07T02:25:53 I have a couple of filament LEDs lightbulbs and they suck compared to the regular ones 2016-04-07T02:26:17 but I think that has more to do with the SMPS than anything else 2016-04-07T02:26:44 they mean to suck 2016-04-07T02:26:59 and look hip while suckkin 2016-04-07T02:27:16 they produce decent light, good temperature too 2016-04-07T02:27:38 but for some of them it looks like the SMPS functions at a very low frequency 2016-04-07T02:28:12 I’ll have to measure it 2016-04-07T02:34:45 on the mains? 2016-04-07T02:34:58 I don’t have access to what’s inside 2016-04-07T02:35:06 they’re enclosed in that glass bubble 2016-04-07T02:35:46 I’ll just make something to measure the frequency and throw out the ones that have poor performance 2016-04-07T02:36:02 and then never buy this type again 2016-04-07T02:36:41 also, I don’t think a capacitor will help 2016-04-07T02:36:49 they’re not meant to get DC 2016-04-07T02:38:02 they have to be provided with the proper current, but in pulses 2016-04-07T02:38:43 if you filter the output you end up feeding them less current so the temperature changes 2016-04-07T02:39:15 (the color temperature) 2016-04-07T02:40:27 I don’t think it will help, I don’t think they’re misbehaving 2016-04-07T02:41:01 they’re just poorly designed 2016-04-07T02:42:19 heh 2016-04-07T02:42:29 I’m planning to test that too 2016-04-07T02:42:44 and it’s the reason I didn’t install them in my room 2016-04-07T02:43:08 the noise I get from the PCs PSU is enough 2016-04-07T02:43:12 @#$@#!@$#$@#$@#$@#$ HiROSE 2016-04-07T02:44:47 actually they stay cool 2016-04-07T02:46:02 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeILL08T08w 2016-04-07T02:46:04 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-07T02:47:36 it’s time for crt’s ritalin pill 2016-04-07T02:47:49 hold him please 2016-04-07T02:50:54 πŸ™ 2016-04-07T02:53:48 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T03:00:06 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T03:00:29 keep buying shiet 2016-04-07T03:01:18 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.133] has quit [Quit: Streaker] 2016-04-07T03:01:54 just replace china LED for LED 2016-04-07T03:02:10 I really dont see the attraction over decent CFL 2016-04-07T03:04:33 doubt it uses much less than half decent CFL 2016-04-07T03:11:07 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-07T03:11:57 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T03:25:51 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T03:26:53 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T03:31:04 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T03:32:36 oh god eevblog 2016-04-07T03:32:41 that guy is so annoying 2016-04-07T03:32:59 he has no real skillz 2016-04-07T03:34:10 * upgrdman hands crt a douche bag 2016-04-07T03:36:28 * upgrdman nods 2016-04-07T03:38:28 nice conversation 2016-04-07T03:48:10 not much 2016-04-07T03:48:13 dicknplacing 2016-04-07T03:48:24 then gotta finish routing this shit I was supposed to finish on monday 2016-04-07T03:48:34 then make more new shit 2016-04-07T03:49:29 livin’ a dream 2016-04-07T03:52:35 dongs: I should have the shits tomorrow 2016-04-07T03:56:31 crt: the usual trays of F103CB 2016-04-07T04:02:24 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-07T04:14:38 where has R2COM been? 2016-04-07T04:15:03 i have not been adequately informed of mother russia’s superiority in quite some time 2016-04-07T04:20:23 Росси́я stronk! 2016-04-07T04:20:39 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@rle-eecs-mtl-dhcp-20-53.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-07T04:38:40 finally a nonbroken SAT import on my MCAD 2016-04-07T04:39:20 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-238-166.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T04:41:17 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-238-166.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-07T04:42:36 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-07T04:44:50 yo ds2 2016-04-07T04:45:39 hey emeb 2016-04-07T04:48:33 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-grjpgxohwvrdxhra] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-07T04:49:04 R2COM: I’ve used ngspice some times. Mostly I use ltspice 2016-04-07T04:49:21 ds2: ever get that adc hooked up to the beaglebone? 2016-04-07T04:50:17 emeb: yes but paying work is keeping me away from the most basic stuff 2016-04-07T04:50:26 I got the to read like 4K samples into SRAM and stop 2016-04-07T04:50:59 I was stimulating it with a sig gen and unless my sig gen and scope are both out of cal, the xtal on the Beagle is slow 2016-04-07T04:54:11 ds2: how slow? most cheap xtals are ~100ppm 2016-04-07T04:54:24 so it could be a few khz off 2016-04-07T04:55:27 around there 2016-04-07T04:55:56 I think for a 8MHz sample rate; and a 2048 point fft, I was off by maybe 10 bins 2016-04-07T04:59:16 * dog woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof woof 2016-04-07T04:59:39 -!- dog is now known as Guest78957 2016-04-07T05:04:54 ds2: been playing around with some of those Lattice FPGAs 2016-04-07T05:05:11 got an icestick – tried it out with those FOSS icestorm tools 2016-04-07T05:05:18 seems to work. 2016-04-07T05:05:30 Now trying out some of the ice40 ultra parts. 2016-04-07T05:06:37 snort 2016-04-07T05:12:23 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T05:20:29 god damn you faggot beat me to it 2016-04-07T05:20:32 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-07T05:21:34 flyback: are you enjoying the snow 2016-04-07T05:24:01 russians dont have an I on their keyboard 2016-04-07T05:24:09 too individualistic 2016-04-07T05:27:47 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-07T05:31:50 https://gfycat.com/FatherlyRevolvingEwe 2016-04-07T05:32:08 ohsix almost got 2016-04-07T05:32:16 but found a code that is 23% off sitewide 2016-04-07T05:32:33 that gif is 100% ohsix 2016-04-07T05:32:37 http://www.everbuying.net/product1100115.html 2016-04-07T05:32:40 grabbed dis 2016-04-07T05:42:35 im not vaping with these 2016-04-07T05:42:49 cuz im using them for something else 2016-04-07T05:42:52 dont need for that 2016-04-07T05:45:13 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-126-122.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T05:46:37 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T05:49:32 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T05:49:40 R2COM russia is a shithole and putin is a gump 2016-04-07T05:51:18 -!- upgrdman__ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T05:51:39 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-07T05:53:13 I heard Putin plays 2-guys-1-cup with Kim Jong-Un on the weekend 2016-04-07T05:53:44 mmm talk dirty to me 2016-04-07T05:54:12 continue 2016-04-07T05:54:34 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-07T06:04:39 -!- ohama [ohama@cicolina.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-07T06:05:55 huh? 2016-04-07T06:06:03 never heard of them 2016-04-07T06:07:10 -!- ohama [~ohama@cicolina.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T06:11:06 probably super low discharge 2016-04-07T06:12:07 i bought 48 of the other ones 2016-04-07T06:12:18 to build out 2x 6s4p 2016-04-07T06:13:08 yea I got a legit charger 2016-04-07T06:13:15 Powerlabs PL6 2016-04-07T06:13:20 can do anyting 2016-04-07T06:14:37 -!- ohama [~ohama@cicolina.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-07T06:15:43 -!- ohama [ohama@cicolina.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T06:17:29 ohsix theres a site with a shitload of test 2016-04-07T06:17:43 but would have to sort through and find the best $$$/performance 2016-04-07T06:19:13 http://lygte-info.dk/review/batteries2012/Common18650Summary%20UK.html 2016-04-07T06:23:24 nice. 500bux more @ feelancer 4 me 2016-04-07T06:23:27 soon i can quit my day job 2016-04-07T06:27:49 what happened to the scamshoppe? 2016-04-07T06:29:57 there’re more than one? 2016-04-07T06:29:57 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.20.131] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T06:30:18 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:7839:f491:ecdf:a390] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-07T06:32:04 lol wat 2016-04-07T06:32:20 I thought dongs had his own 2016-04-07T06:33:06 http://www.abusemark.com/store/ 2016-04-07T06:39:03 you should start a blog 2016-04-07T06:40:02 do a thing? 2016-04-07T06:40:16 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T06:42:27 yea 2016-04-07T06:43:21 theres some german software 2016-04-07T06:43:41 http://www.logview.info/cms/e_logview_info.phtml 2016-04-07T06:46:54 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.20.131] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T06:49:16 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T07:30:05 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-07T07:35:50 zyp, did you choose JST-GH for that nfc shit? 2016-04-07T07:39:13 ic wat you did ho 2016-04-07T07:39:16 you used 9pin instead of 8 2016-04-07T07:48:47 my office is total fucking mess 2016-04-07T07:48:50 gotta do somethin aobut thi shsit fuck 2016-04-07T07:49:56 -!- upgrdman__ is now known as upgrdman 2016-04-07T07:50:45 emeb: is the ice40 big enough for your uses? 2016-04-07T07:52:12 ds2: depends 2016-04-07T07:52:23 probably not big enough for an SDR front end 2016-04-07T07:52:38 but the ice5lp4k may be big enough for some audio stuff. 2016-04-07T08:00:17 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-126-122.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-07T08:09:47 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-126-122.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T08:10:18 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T08:10:49 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-07T08:15:36 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T08:18:57 most run the same firmware 2016-04-07T08:20:01 uhh 2016-04-07T08:20:04 turdigy = HK 2016-04-07T08:21:22 avnet charged my card, i wonder if they’re finally sending my shit 2016-04-07T08:21:57 not stm32, thats for sure 2016-04-07T08:25:32 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-81-196.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T08:26:22 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-126-122.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-07T08:26:23 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-07T08:38:13 would be slightly more interesting if it had a stm32 in it 2016-04-07T08:49:23 that’s CORDIC to you young man 2016-04-07T08:50:33 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-206.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T09:02:39 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T09:03:41 whats for formula for equiv resistance of a voltage divider? like 12V -> divider -> 3V, but 3V with what ESR? 2016-04-07T09:06:12 ya i remember it being something simple, but but googling is failing me 2016-04-07T09:06:29 and china internet is slow as fuck, so each google is like a 3 minute ordeal 2016-04-07T09:07:54 wheres Rout? 2016-04-07T09:11:15 -!- DanteA [bca24008@gateway/web/freenode/ip.188.162.64.8] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T09:11:51 -!- DanteA [bca24008@gateway/web/freenode/ip.188.162.64.8] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-07T09:14:16 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-206.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-07T09:15:21 upgrdman: with R1+R2 divider, the output impedance is (R1*R2)/(R1+R2) (i.e. as if they were in parallel) 2016-04-07T09:16:05 this is assuming that the 12V rail is solid, i.e. 0 impedance.. if the 12V source has significant internal resistance then that has to be added to R1 2016-04-07T09:20:13 ahh yes 2016-04-07T09:20:13 thx 2016-04-07T09:20:48 i just needed to calc the RC time if i add a cap to the output. that did the trick. 2016-04-07T09:21:32 i just needed a 100nF cap but the only ones i could find are some 1kV 100nF ceramics. lolwut bodge cap FTW 2016-04-07T09:29:34 still in .cn ? 2016-04-07T09:29:48 he’s chinaman now fullytime 2016-04-07T09:29:51 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-07T09:30:03 lol 2016-04-07T09:30:54 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T09:33:17 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-07T09:34:10 dongs, Hi! It looks like you’ve been having to use that copy-pasta a lot lately, have you considered using a more permanent copy-pasta that includes /ignore +ohsix? 2016-04-07T09:35:08 ohsix is pals with dongs 2016-04-07T09:35:35 yeah, im pals with ohsix too, it’s just easier 2016-04-07T09:35:50 well, less spammy. 2016-04-07T09:37:02 i’m pals with ohsix too, now that i have him on ignore 2016-04-07T09:39:08 i’m pals with ohsix too, now that i have him on ignore 2016-04-07T09:39:11 irl lol 2016-04-07T09:40:27 tbh im not surprised with jpa- havin him on ignore, i remember the first time i tried to read this channel logs 2016-04-07T09:41:42 yay. sold my first minidp dpadapter 2016-04-07T09:41:59 http://abusemark.com/store/images/panel.jpg 2016-04-07T09:43:48 i owuldnt buy it 2016-04-07T09:43:55 the old ones font looks better 2016-04-07T09:44:07 PeterM: thas dicktrace font πŸ™ 2016-04-07T09:44:13 RIP 2016-04-07T09:44:37 minidp board = altidong 2016-04-07T09:44:51 can’t you jsut use ttf? 2016-04-07T09:45:02 lol ttf looks awful 2016-04-07T09:45:08 orally? 2016-04-07T09:45:12 yeah, have you tried? 2016-04-07T09:45:16 nup 2016-04-07T09:45:21 comic sans is like about the only readable one in ttf mode 2016-04-07T09:45:28 all the others are way too thin but if you make htem bold they’re huge 2016-04-07T09:45:34 and you cant control line thickness onyl height 2016-04-07T09:46:18 those are chinaspecial switches 2016-04-07T09:46:18 TC-17 2016-04-07T09:46:35 or maybe tc20 2016-04-07T09:46:42 i pasted the shit to chiangirl and she instantyly knew wahts up 2016-04-07T09:46:49 OPEN CONNECTOR 2016-04-07T09:46:50 VERY CAREFULLY! 2016-04-07T09:47:05 http://szycheng.com/ep_s.asp?id=558&class_id=70 2016-04-07T09:47:10 PeterM: yes, WITH MISSING DOT ON ! 2016-04-07T09:47:11 god damn 2016-04-07T09:47:15 fkin altidong 2016-04-07T09:47:32 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T09:47:35 kek 2016-04-07T09:47:36 ah 2016-04-07T09:47:40 thats the clone of clone 2016-04-07T09:47:53 i have bag of those on my desk, use them in various shits 2016-04-07T09:48:05 SKQABE or something from ALPS 2016-04-07T09:48:06 is the original 2016-04-07T09:48:25 http://www.soundservice.gr/e-shop/en/product.php?products_id=3978 2016-04-07T09:48:26 lul 2016-04-07T09:48:29 what a motherfucking scam 2016-04-07T09:48:33 4 fucking eur 2016-04-07T09:48:44 i think i get those for like $0.01 or someshit 2016-04-07T09:49:44 anyway, totally took a guess on those switches, didnt have htem on hand until the full array of pcbs were made 2016-04-07T09:49:54 so if they ended up being shit i’d be throwing blank boards away 2016-04-07T09:49:56 but they seem to be ok 2016-04-07T09:51:41 JFC 2016-04-07T09:51:45 4eur 2016-04-07T09:52:07 its 3.99 eur more because its for pioneer 2016-04-07T09:52:26 http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/ALPS/SKQGADE010/?qs=N5Jky1br14PCAY42dbciFw%3D%3D 2016-04-07T09:52:32 dude they’re evne in singles 2016-04-07T09:52:59 they’re liek $30 a reel 2016-04-07T09:53:21 which ones does pioneer use? 2016-04-07T09:53:24 ALPS? 2016-04-07T09:54:27 no it was correct link 2016-04-07T09:54:29 it has 2 STM32s i nit 2016-04-07T09:56:01 why dont they make any self centering pots ;( 2016-04-07T09:56:19 yes like spring loaded 2016-04-07T09:56:30 not the little shitty ones 2016-04-07T09:56:45 ive seen the ones that mount on the edge of a board 2016-04-07T09:56:54 and have up/down and button in 2016-04-07T09:56:54 readstoner. 2016-04-07T09:57:12 not sure if thats a pot or just a 3 button switch tho.. 2016-04-07T09:57:48 ReadError: http://szycheng.com/ep_s.asp?id=604&class_id=70 2016-04-07T09:57:57 tho i think those a re jsut switches 2016-04-07T09:57:59 not pot 2016-04-07T09:58:09 ya thats what i was talking about 2016-04-07T09:58:12 dongs, JST-SH 2016-04-07T09:58:19 wont work though 2016-04-07T09:58:23 zyp: kay. yeah, i found my reel of them and mine are 8 pin. 2016-04-07T09:58:29 slowlyt geting to making your shit loll. 2016-04-07T09:58:35 sorry so much fail + junk in teh way. 2016-04-07T10:00:11 -!- obnauticus [~obnauticu@192.241.240.229] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:00:19 ohsix in this case, I ‘trigger’ 2016-04-07T10:00:24 but I can think of other uses 2016-04-07T10:00:32 if i had a knob or something 2016-04-07T10:01:02 like adjustments, more you turn it the faster it changes whatever.. 2016-04-07T10:01:30 yea, I know I can make one mechanically 2016-04-07T10:01:42 just figured something off the shelf would exist 2016-04-07T10:03:52 -!- obnauticus [~obnauticu@192.241.240.229] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-07T10:03:52 -!- obnauticus [~obnauticu@unaffiliated/obnauticus] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:03:55 heh i shoulda actually used those rocker-style things in minidp board 2016-04-07T10:03:58 instead of just push 2016-04-07T10:04:02 but hten i’d havee to write new firmware and shit 2016-04-07T10:04:34 http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/ETI-Systems/J3RH-S-1/?qs=lIdWLowWylCecsK2s1HGug%3D%3D 2016-04-07T10:04:38 I like this 2016-04-07T10:04:43 but hoe lee fuck 2016-04-07T10:04:46 153$ 2016-04-07T10:04:56 only 2 in stock, beter hurry 2016-04-07T10:05:32 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:08:25 guess I need to fire up solidworks and do some makerstyle 3d printing 2016-04-07T10:12:24 yea thats the only solution ive come up with, gutting other stuff 2016-04-07T10:12:47 I like that hall rocker though, just wish it wasnt 153$ 2016-04-07T10:13:21 http://www.dx.com/p/diy-replacement-3d-joystick-cap-for-ps4-black-314146#.VwYIhKR94uU 2016-04-07T10:13:31 and only use one axis stoner 2016-04-07T10:14:31 yea that was the other idea I had, that PeterM posted 2016-04-07T10:15:03 may just machine/print something though, can run stiffer springs 2016-04-07T10:15:36 yea but 1 direction 2016-04-07T10:16:57 also, whats wrong with standart wii nunchuck?just get it and 3dprint new nob for joysdick 2016-04-07T10:17:13 http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:922378 2016-04-07T10:17:36 PeterM not a thumb fan 2016-04-07T10:17:55 true day 2016-04-07T10:17:58 dat 2016-04-07T10:18:47 ohh, mod wheels 2016-04-07T10:18:51 yea that was somethin that came up in my searching 2016-04-07T10:19:32 tho i am still thinkin hacksaw off one side of an xbox controller, for buttons + trigger 2016-04-07T10:20:08 ohsix i want to add an OLED module 2016-04-07T10:20:18 like one of the long skinny ones 2016-04-07T10:21:37 oh intersting, so they have both? 2016-04-07T10:21:53 encoder would work if it centered with spring ya 2016-04-07T10:22:43 well ya if you let go it returns to center and coasts 2016-04-07T10:23:02 neutral 2016-04-07T10:24:14 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.161.91] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:25:14 I couldnt imagine using it w/o a spring 2016-04-07T10:29:46 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-81-196.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-07T10:30:07 oh the ‘trigger’ on theirs just enables it 2016-04-07T10:31:13 VESC has traction control 2016-04-07T10:31:23 between both motors 2016-04-07T10:31:47 yea 2016-04-07T10:33:14 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-qpucrzrilhtkvhwa] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:34:27 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.161.91] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-07T10:34:43 http://e0designs.com/products/hall-effect-sensor-board/ 2016-04-07T10:34:53 thats cool, not sure if its worth adding 2016-04-07T10:38:12 https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=69959&p=1055506 2016-04-07T10:38:20 thats the other way ive seen it done 2016-04-07T10:38:38 I kinda wanna add a thermocouple 2016-04-07T10:38:52 hmm release I just watched seemed okay 2016-04-07T10:39:03 Broad.City.S03E08.HDTV.x264-FLEET.mp4 2016-04-07T10:44:49 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.155] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T10:50:45 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.155] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-07T11:00:54 http://i.imgur.com/Yds6AOw.png 2016-04-07T11:00:58 wonder how this would work 2016-04-07T11:01:35 pretty poorly 2016-04-07T11:01:36 w/ bearing support 2016-04-07T11:01:50 PeterM hmm 2016-04-07T11:01:50 magnets are exponential 2016-04-07T11:02:01 you’d get stuck full forward full reverse 2016-04-07T11:02:19 springs would require a bit more mechanical work than just connecting them to the trigger 2016-04-07T11:02:19 and would be hard to stay in the middle 2016-04-07T11:03:08 since you need to dis-engage the opposite one when going one direction 2016-04-07T11:04:35 http://www.mcmaster.com/#torsion-springs/=11vi4o3 or these might work 2016-04-07T11:04:44 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.154.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T11:06:57 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-07T11:06:58 http://i.imgur.com/XFUiZwF.png 2016-04-07T11:07:04 http://www.mcmaster.com/#compression-springs/=11vi5xu 2016-04-07T11:07:40 PeterM yea but then you end up fighting the other spring, no? 2016-04-07T11:08:01 like if you had them fixed to something at either side, you are pushing on one and pulling on the other 2016-04-07T11:08:56 or I guess have them disconnected from the actual trigger and something to stop them at the center 2016-04-07T11:10:48 you have them not affixed to the trigger, only to the housing, and oyu place them equidistant with the trigger in the middle, you are only ever pushign against one spring 2016-04-07T11:10:50 maybe hall effect sensors on each side 2016-04-07T11:10:59 and a magnet in the middle 2016-04-07T11:11:03 drop the pot all together 2016-04-07T11:11:15 then running it on a bearing would be pretty easy 2016-04-07T11:15:54 gas the drug? 2016-04-07T11:16:04 must have something to do with meth 2016-04-07T11:17:41 http://i.imgur.com/TgHVb5d.png 2016-04-07T11:17:43 google jp 2016-04-07T11:17:53 lol @ weebs 2016-04-07T11:18:54 kikes even the tykes ? lol 2016-04-07T11:32:22 ReadError, what about a blancing trigger like http://i.imgur.com/WmryjB8.png 2016-04-07T11:32:48 hmm thats a good idea 2016-04-07T11:32:52 much easier mechanically 2016-04-07T11:34:14 the boosted one is 100$ 2016-04-07T11:34:28 plus I want to add more than just the controller 2016-04-07T11:34:38 would like to have full telemetry for the display 2016-04-07T11:35:57 bloodyu hell how did the flysky tx get so expensive 2016-04-07T11:36:11 PeterM ya they are like 30-40$ 2016-04-07T11:36:22 seems like a waste just to gut the trigger 2016-04-07T11:36:48 i literally have 6 opf them sitting around, i bought like 5 of them for $15 each ages back ( i got the fancy gt3c though) 2016-04-07T11:37:51 you do the firmware mod on it? 2016-04-07T11:38:27 nope 2016-04-07T11:38:35 i dont use em anymroe 2016-04-07T11:38:52 the steering would always fuck up 2016-04-07T11:40:08 any nice tricks for selection in altium? 2016-04-07T11:40:14 like wat? 2016-04-07T11:40:27 i use ctrl+h and stuff 2016-04-07T11:40:32 I want to select a chip, all connected passives around it and the traces in between 2016-04-07T11:40:57 select chip+passives, hold shift and ctrl+h the traces i geuss 2016-04-07T11:48:19 1st prize: 2016-04-07T11:48:19 FOR HAVING THE BEST DESIGN / IDEAS / INPUT 2016-04-07T11:48:20 You will receive one of the controllers you helped design & an enertion shirt & hat. Sent anywhere in the world for FREE. 2016-04-07T11:48:23 haha 2016-04-07T11:48:24 what a great fuckin deal 2016-04-07T11:49:34 wut 2016-04-07T11:51:39 -!- metRo_ [c17e50f9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.193.126.80.249] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T11:53:43 meh, concluded it was easier to just use normal selection a bunch of times to make sure I got everything 2016-04-07T11:53:58 just needed a few tries to get everything, there’s shit stacked in a ton of layers 2016-04-07T11:54:00 zyp, select -> touching line also works i duno 2016-04-07T11:55:21 too many traces that I want to click on each 2016-04-07T11:56:13 inspector says 548 objects, including trace segments 2016-04-07T11:56:38 50 components 2016-04-07T11:56:43 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T11:56:43 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-07T11:56:54 and five layers worth of traces 2016-04-07T11:57:03 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T11:58:36 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-238-166.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-07T11:58:56 make sure you=re not in single layer mode when you select 2016-04-07T11:58:59 shift-s or whatever 2016-04-07T11:59:07 or else you dont pickup under layers in selections 2016-04-07T11:59:22 tho you probably knew that 2016-04-07T11:59:39 http://i.imgur.com/GP8kPoI.jpg explain this hsit dongs 2016-04-07T12:00:02 looks normal to me 2016-04-07T12:00:05 open from 5.30 to 1am 2016-04-07T12:00:36 i see 2016-04-07T12:00:42 is that standard notation over there? 2016-04-07T12:00:43 25:00 = 1am ? lol 2016-04-07T12:01:12 ive never seen it done like that but I guess it makes sense *shrug* 2016-04-07T12:01:57 whats the point in closing for 4.5hrs 2016-04-07T12:02:08 since they have work to do closing and work to do before opening 2016-04-07T12:02:10 05:30 – 01:00 here and being non retarded people can it out 2016-04-07T12:02:45 ReadError, probably give to to clean the place up, restock and shit 2016-04-07T12:04:27 The.Internet.Ruined.My.Life.S01E05.720p.HDTV.x264-FIRST 2016-04-07T12:04:41 this better be the one with the hipster+typewriter 2016-04-07T12:04:54 S1E5? 2016-04-07T12:05:00 yes 2016-04-07T12:05:01 Who is that one based off of? 2016-04-07T12:05:07 hm? 2016-04-07T12:05:13 not watched it yet 2016-04-07T12:05:46 but the into they have this hipster sitting in a park with a typewriter 2016-04-07T12:05:51 and he got turned into a meme 2016-04-07T12:05:51 Wasn’t there some turbo-feminist who said she was convinced she had an ex-Navy Seal sniper perched outside her window? 2016-04-07T12:05:56 ya 2016-04-07T12:06:01 gamergate hoe 2016-04-07T12:06:05 one of em anyways 2016-04-07T12:06:27 Because someone posted the “What the fuck did you just say about me you little bitch” copypasta to her? 2016-04-07T12:07:33 Had to double-check what channel I was in 2016-04-07T12:10:10 Oh god 2016-04-07T12:10:10 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CfVgQd1WsAEPl9S.jpg:large 2016-04-07T12:11:43 doesnt look funny 2016-04-07T12:11:45 whats going on? 2016-04-07T12:12:03 he was jerking off 2016-04-07T12:12:07 while choking himself 2016-04-07T12:12:21 then i guess they found him with oculus on 2016-04-07T12:13:20 does that mean that shitheap finally shipped 2016-04-07T12:13:24 like 5 years behind schedule 2016-04-07T12:13:48 selloutstarter 2016-04-07T12:13:52 hahaha 2016-04-07T12:13:55 this episode 2016-04-07T12:14:06 some bitch tweeted a ‘Glee’ spoiler 2016-04-07T12:14:22 ReadError, name? 2016-04-07T12:14:24 im not watching glee 2016-04-07T12:14:31 im watching that internet ruined my life 2016-04-07T12:14:41 @nicolecrowther 2016-04-07T12:15:14 S1E1 is the CancelColbert bitch 2016-04-07T12:15:21 oh ya lol 2016-04-07T12:15:26 that bitch was super paranoid 2016-04-07T12:15:44 she did say white males cant have an opinion 2016-04-07T12:17:05 “i was starting to get major backlash from Gleeks” 2016-04-07T12:17:06 lol 2016-04-07T12:17:06 ReadError: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-07T12:17:46 ok lets talk about stm32 2016-04-07T12:18:12 dongs what features does your vaporist vaporizer have 2016-04-07T12:18:15 BLE? 2016-04-07T12:18:45 Can we accomplish a rudimentary white supremacist twitterbot on an stm32? 2016-04-07T12:18:48 never heard of it 2016-04-07T12:19:17 didnt they fire that bot back up? 2016-04-07T12:19:20 round2 2016-04-07T12:22:37 STMicroelectronics Accelerates STM8 Sales past Two Billion Units, Boosting Share of World Microcontroller Market 2016-04-07T12:22:44 thats a lot of stm8s 2016-04-07T12:23:38 I wouldn’t have thought the stm8 would even have market share. I only ever read about it on ST’s own site. I’m always hearing about PIC’s and AVR’s with the occasional MSP430 2016-04-07T12:24:28 ReadError, what happened to STM32W? 2016-04-07T12:24:40 I wanna mess with one of those ESP’s 2016-04-07T12:25:03 >random chink shit 2016-04-07T12:25:07 >unknown architecture 2016-04-07T12:25:15 >almost entirely unddocumented 2016-04-07T12:25:36 >if you can program it at all, it’s in Arduino or LUA 2016-04-07T12:25:38 i want to put a badass FEM on it 2016-04-07T12:26:19 crt been there, done that, not as fun as you’d think 2016-04-07T12:26:28 front end module 2016-04-07T12:26:33 PA/LNA combo 2016-04-07T12:26:46 ReadError, what happened to STM32W? 2016-04-07T12:27:17 PeterM probably in the same pile as the java enabled STM32 2016-04-07T12:27:52 hahah this other bitch, she used the wrong emoji on twitter 2016-04-07T12:27:59 used the laughing instead of crying 2016-04-07T12:28:06 about 2 police officers getting shot 2016-04-07T12:28:09 stm32w is dead 2016-04-07T12:28:55 ReadError, speakin of bitchs and killing, what happened to the girls Laurenceb linked 2016-04-07T12:29:08 which? 2016-04-07T12:29:52 oh neat, chibios HAL for stm8 2016-04-07T12:29:54 does stmicroelectronics have a twitte3r 2016-04-07T12:30:17 http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35971209 2016-04-07T12:30:58 https://twitter.com/ST_World 2016-04-07T12:31:00 not even verified 2016-04-07T12:31:16 whats hilarious is all the girls running off and joining ISIS 2016-04-07T12:31:29 like, yea they totally wont hold you prisoner and rape you 2016-04-07T12:34:13 ugh wow 2016-04-07T12:34:20 twatter is full of “promoted tweets” 2016-04-07T12:34:26 i scrolled down the ST_World thing 2016-04-07T12:34:30 and tehres a shit every 5 twats 2016-04-07T12:34:33 thats some fucking ad 2016-04-07T12:35:01 the stm8 compiler is free now? 2016-04-07T12:35:06 has been 2016-04-07T12:35:08 since march? 2016-04-07T12:36:08 http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/FM147/CL1794/SC1807/SS1747/PF263328 2016-04-07T12:36:10 ya march 2nd 2016-04-07T12:36:13 https://twitter.com/ST_World/status/711878721951682560 ReadError more chances to get free f7-disco 2016-04-07T12:37:11 timezones are still CET 2016-04-07T12:37:18 so unlikely america 2016-04-07T12:37:31 crt, the f7 disco is like $60 2016-04-07T12:37:45 Which wouldn’t be that bad if I weren’t still broke as shit 2016-04-07T12:37:46 ohsix ya it does 2016-04-07T12:37:50 they cancelled my last one 2016-04-07T12:38:03 i got a free one sent to me by DHL 2016-04-07T12:38:07 and I didnt even attend the seminar 2016-04-07T12:38:09 i just clicked link 2016-04-07T12:38:14 readstoner clicked at same time and missed out 2016-04-07T12:38:15 lulz 2016-04-07T12:38:52 hm it sux that cosmic shit now *forces* stm32 tools 2016-04-07T12:38:54 dont realyl need those 2016-04-07T12:39:08 ohsix it was for a seminar for EU people 2016-04-07T12:39:12 the stm8 compiler. 2016-04-07T12:39:18 it bundles stm32 compiler also in the download. 2016-04-07T12:39:52 Dear STM32 friend, 2016-04-07T12:39:52 Thanks for your feedback to our campaign, unfortunately we cannot ship to off-shore locations, our offer being restricted to EMEA countries. 2016-04-07T12:39:52 Please do not hesitate to contact our regional offices and customer service who may help you. 2016-04-07T12:40:02 I got that email 2016-04-07T12:40:14 but japan != EMEA 2016-04-07T12:40:17 emea is like pakis 2016-04-07T12:40:25 ohsix nah 2016-04-07T12:40:32 im not sure why its restricted 2016-04-07T12:40:38 well F7 has crypto 2016-04-07T12:40:40 maybe they are doing different ones for america 2016-04-07T12:40:44 but shouldnt be an issue for shipping TO usa? 2016-04-07T12:41:55 http://i.imgur.com/wSHqwon.png 2016-04-07T12:42:02 there, some america ones coming up 2016-04-07T12:42:58 that twatter i linked has registration for F7 seminar 2016-04-07T12:43:07 ahh fuck, they are in person only ones though 2016-04-07T12:43:14 my twat is online. 2016-04-07T12:43:19 so i dont think they will mail the f7 2016-04-07T12:43:20 https://twitter.com/ST_World/status/711878721951682560 ReadError more chances to get free f7-disco 2016-04-07T12:43:26 they will. 2016-04-07T12:43:29 dongs yea i filled that out 2016-04-07T12:43:39 but it didnt ask for address or anything like the other one 2016-04-07T12:45:37 https://twitter.com/ST_World/status/712944632804601857 2016-04-07T12:45:39 haha wtf 2016-04-07T12:45:42 click #whiteGood 2016-04-07T12:45:52 i dont get this 2016-04-07T12:46:19 I’m very confused about the chaining timers feature 2016-04-07T12:46:29 I set up TIM2 in triggermode 2016-04-07T12:46:33 click #whiteGood 2016-04-07T12:46:37 hhaha 2016-04-07T12:46:40 and seletected ITR0 to connect it to TIM1 2016-04-07T12:46:53 however whatever I choose 2016-04-07T12:46:59 it always output the same 2016-04-07T12:47:10 I can select ITR0, ITR1, ITR2 2016-04-07T12:47:14 the result is always the same 2016-04-07T12:50:10 http://hamusoku.com/archives/9221889.html 2016-04-07T12:50:21 crt: keep your pumping trash in privmsg 2016-04-07T12:50:24 thank you 2016-04-07T12:51:08 weev gon end up back in jail 2016-04-07T12:51:09 and no, not to ME 2016-04-07T12:51:11 only a matter of time 2016-04-07T12:51:16 you dumb fucking kike 2016-04-07T12:51:24 crt: msg it to ohsix 2016-04-07T12:54:50 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T13:01:24 heh nothing on the couch it seems 2016-04-07T13:04:52 can anyone help me what is wrong? 2016-04-07T13:04:53 noticed a lack of pumps lately 2016-04-07T13:11:01 ohsix: I have timer1 with a PWM and I want to start TIMER2 on the fallingEdge of the pwm 2016-04-07T13:11:09 i’m uploading an image 2016-04-07T13:11:29 Is ITR# tied to TIM# ? 2016-04-07T13:12:14 http://i.imgur.com/3Fpe9cw.png timer1 as black and timer2 as red 2016-04-07T13:12:51 ReadError: that is the problem, I can select any ITR# that the output is the same 2016-04-07T13:13:17 which stm? 2016-04-07T13:13:28 stm32F072 2016-04-07T13:15:09 ohsix: I select Trigger Mode 2016-04-07T13:15:29 but then I can select any trigger source that it will output the same wave 2016-04-07T13:15:50 i’m upload a photo 2016-04-07T13:16:53 ohsix: http://i.imgur.com/piS9t5T.jpg 2016-04-07T13:17:20 I want the yellow wave start after the FE of the blue wave 2016-04-07T13:18:02 TIM1 has master enable and Trigger Event to Output Compare (OC1REF) 2016-04-07T13:22:29 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T13:22:33 ? 2016-04-07T13:23:20 maybe u should paste the code 2016-04-07T13:23:27 you arent really giving much info 2016-04-07T13:26:04 well yea but that doesnt explain why its not working 2016-04-07T13:27:30 http://pastebin.com/cqeYukJR 2016-04-07T13:27:35 code for timers set up 2016-04-07T13:28:29 I have read some applications notes from st and also the reference manual 2016-04-07T13:28:39 I can’t get why it isn’t working :s 2016-04-07T13:29:20 I can’t get why I have set it up to trigger mode and whatever ITR# I select it outputs a wave where it should only output when ITR0 is selected 2016-04-07T13:29:33 because it is what connect the TIM2 to TIM1 2016-04-07T13:29:35 isnt there some register to select rising/falling edge? 2016-04-07T13:31:29 http://www.st.com/web/en/resource/technical/document/application_note/DM00042534.pdf 2016-04-07T13:31:32 page23 2016-04-07T13:31:51 doesnt mention falling edge at all 2016-04-07T13:32:47 nm i have no idea what im talking about 2016-04-07T13:32:51 ReadError: I suppose that on FE is where the Output Compare event is fired 2016-04-07T13:33:17 and I have selected OC1REF as trigger event output from TIM1 2016-04-07T13:34:58 maybe OC1REF isn’t what I think it is 2016-04-07T13:36:23 http://lumineq.com/sites/default/files/product/fields/field_operating_manual/operation_manual_el640.480-am_1.pdf 2016-04-07T13:37:43 done πŸ˜€ 2016-04-07T13:39:42 https://i.imgur.com/g8HtRGw.jpg 2016-04-07T13:42:41 crt πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T13:43:09 what did u fix metRo_ 2016-04-07T13:48:57 crt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6xuOQv99eE&t=0m15s 2016-04-07T13:53:58 http://www.amazon.com/Loctite-37643-Medium-Strength-Threadlocker/dp/B0053ZNMDE/ 2016-04-07T13:54:00 oh nice 2016-04-07T13:54:09 good idea 2016-04-07T13:55:50 -!- PeterM [~PeterM@121-200-15-11.NBN.albury.aussiebb.net] has quit [Quit: HydraIRC -> http://www.hydrairc.com god fucking damnit 2016-04-07T13:57:03 fuckign irc client stopped logging when i installed windows 10 2016-04-07T13:57:11 lol HydraIRC 2016-04-07T13:57:13 fuckin forgot to set that shit up again 2016-04-07T13:57:13 attn dongs 2016-04-07T13:57:21 fucking garbage client 2016-04-07T13:57:38 yes you are 2016-04-07T13:57:41 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-07T13:59:44 glad you like it πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T14:00:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.154.254] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-07T14:00:37 wat 2016-04-07T14:01:03 metRo_: T’D 2016-04-07T14:01:47 time to hit up feelancer 2016-04-07T14:01:52 ReadError: did you hear i got 500bux more today there 2016-04-07T14:02:00 ya 2016-04-07T14:02:05 and the dudes i assembled some shit before want a whole bunch more made soon 2016-04-07T14:02:07 just doing assembly shit? 2016-04-07T14:02:09 yes 2016-04-07T14:02:29 not bad 2016-04-07T14:02:59 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Manufacturing/Make-tablet/ 2016-04-07T14:03:01 lmao 2016-04-07T14:03:10 clicking to see who wants ot od it 2016-04-07T14:03:14 https://www.freelancer.com/u/yuanbing8888.html 2016-04-07T14:03:18 yeah sounds australian allright 2016-04-07T14:03:57 fucking tards 2016-04-07T14:04:09 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T14:04:10 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-07T14:04:19 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Product-Design/Make-Android-phone/ 2016-04-07T14:04:19 same guy 2016-04-07T14:04:22 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-07T14:04:55 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Bootloader-with-two-versions-for-10147729/ 2016-04-07T14:04:58 over i2c? 2016-04-07T14:05:00 fuckin jews 2016-04-07T14:05:27 oh hoho 2016-04-07T14:05:33 that guy is on shithub 2016-04-07T14:05:36 https://github.com/alior101 2016-04-07T14:05:52 why over i2c ? 2016-04-07T14:05:57 no clue 2016-04-07T14:06:00 sounds dumb and slow 2016-04-07T14:07:46 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/C-Programming/Data-capture-Microcontroller-EEprom-10146734/ this guy keeps reposting his skimmer project 2016-04-07T14:09:50 hmm should I just #yolo it and move my current SSD into z170 board and watch windows boot 2016-04-07T14:20:03 ReadError ohsix using OC1REF doesn’t trigger when there is a compare however it is high before the compare so the TIM2 triger at the same time of TIM1, using Compare Output OC1 it trigger output event on CCxIF 2016-04-07T14:20:22 http://www.st.com/st-web-ui/static/active/en/resource/technical/document/reference_manual/DM00031936.pdf page 401 2016-04-07T14:40:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.199] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T14:46:49 heh, new discovery board…. (sortof) http://www2.st.com/content/st_com/en/products/evaluation-tools/product-evaluation-tools/mcu-eval-tools/spc5-automotive-mcu-eval-tools/spc56m-discovery.html 2016-04-07T14:48:36 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T14:50:25 too much unknown buses 2016-04-07T14:50:35 http://i.imgur.com/z6gZzd2.png 2016-04-07T14:50:49 wtf karlp 2016-04-07T14:50:53 kline? 2016-04-07T14:50:58 are they srs? 2016-04-07T14:52:44 kline is still an OBD2 allowed protocol right? 2016-04-07T14:52:58 maybe you’re meant to use this to build l33t m0ds for old cars? 2016-04-07T14:53:00 iirc only can 2016-04-07T14:53:10 kline has been phased out 2016-04-07T14:53:25 http://www.st.com/web/en/catalog/tools/PF258299 “open source” compiler “1 year node locked license” 2016-04-07T14:53:26 no clue, not my field πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T14:53:30 wat are they smoking? 2016-04-07T14:54:00 yeah, I brielfly looked at what spc56 actually is vs gcc’s powerpc options, then rememebered that I don’t care, and am trying to get back to work 2016-04-07T14:54:22 holy fuck though, the ohsix/crt/laurenceb crapshow has gotten more and more out of hand. 2016-04-07T14:54:38 I used to just be able to ignore artoocommie’s overnight rants for the most part, but now… 2016-04-07T14:54:47 hey there crt πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T14:55:09 karlp: well, there is that infineon tricore shit 2016-04-07T14:56:05 wtf is with st site 2016-04-07T14:56:08 that loks mobile 2016-04-07T14:56:10 karlp’s link 2016-04-07T15:02:07 dongs: don’t know man, it started loading looking normal, then all of a sudden switched 2016-04-07T15:02:11 no clue what happened. 2016-04-07T15:02:31 then Igot a new privacy cookies shit overlay, and a “would you like to take a survey” button later 2016-04-07T15:02:36 must be st’s new hotness πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-07T15:02:45 it looks mobile tho 2016-04-07T15:02:50 unless they”ve gone full retard 2016-04-07T15:02:53 and that is now thier main site 2016-04-07T15:07:13 im plugging kikelake cpu into socket 2016-04-07T15:07:16 wish me luck 2016-04-07T15:08:37 wuw 2016-04-07T15:08:43 they made the PCB core thin as shit 2016-04-07T15:09:17 save dem monies 2016-04-07T15:09:52 is dual channel ddr still a thing 2016-04-07T15:10:09 downloading manual cuz im dum 2016-04-07T15:10:56 anus site is slow as shit 2016-04-07T15:12:28 good thing i read manual 2016-04-07T15:12:34 apparently 2 dimm configuration is to fill B1,B2 sockets 2016-04-07T15:12:39 err A2,B2 2016-04-07T15:12:43 not A1,B1 as one would expect 2016-04-07T15:14:01 just noticed bomtttom fo these memory modules is fucking curved 2016-04-07T15:21:06 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T15:22:39 lol there’s a fucking 2016-04-07T15:22:43 W_PUMP 2016-04-07T15:22:45 socket 2016-04-07T15:22:47 next to cpu 2016-04-07T15:23:18 heh 2016-04-07T15:24:54 evry single xtal on this thing is HC49/S 2016-04-07T15:25:06 complete shitheap 2016-04-07T15:26:14 well, they are cheap 2016-04-07T15:26:15 hmm 2016-04-07T15:26:21 i wanna put pink led into M2_ACT part. 2016-04-07T15:26:24 lets see if I can make it happen 2016-04-07T15:27:10 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T15:29:02 they didnt populate it 2016-04-07T15:29:05 duno why 2016-04-07T15:29:11 too expensive 2016-04-07T15:30:06 o my 2016-04-07T15:30:11 unsolderable motherboard solder 2016-04-07T15:30:37 getting a fatter tip 2016-04-07T15:30:44 my meetcal cant even touch it 2016-04-07T15:31:10 should have gotten the jbc 2016-04-07T15:33:22 if it works should I post on [H]ardOCP 2016-04-07T15:33:31 is t his considered a pro mod 2016-04-07T15:33:34 in 2016 2016-04-07T15:35:37 Sync: i duno about cost 2016-04-07T15:35:42 they populated the npn/pnp thats driving it 2016-04-07T15:35:45 but not the led or resistor 2016-04-07T15:35:58 haha 2016-04-07T15:35:58 nice 2016-04-07T15:36:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.199] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-07T15:39:17 dongs: is there cheap/non suck shipping from jappuland to europe? 2016-04-07T15:40:06 you had me as non suck shipping 2016-04-07T15:41:10 sync, EMS is like $13 bucks for and its tehre in a week 2016-04-07T15:41:27 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T15:43:39 yeah, I need to ship a 19″ thing 2016-04-07T15:43:42 which is not say we make this fraction… Improper. 2016-04-07T15:45:13 ok new LSM9DS1 footprint http://i.imgur.com/yqpMEdk.png 2016-04-07T15:45:17 I hope this works 2016-04-07T15:45:38 no 2016-04-07T15:45:39 that looks awful 2016-04-07T15:45:46 did you look at gerbers for their breakout board? 2016-04-07T15:46:01 nope lol 2016-04-07T15:46:06 whats wrong with it? 2016-04-07T15:46:53 i hope your paste apertures are smaller than that, though 2016-04-07T15:47:06 they are 2016-04-07T15:56:10 i’d make the pads narrower 2016-04-07T15:57:24 ok 2016-04-07T15:58:17 I guess I might be able to get some solder stop layer between them then 2016-04-07T15:58:19 ok bbl 2016-04-07T16:00:56 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-07T16:03:03 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-07T16:10:46 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T16:12:47 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T16:12:48 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-07T16:13:00 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-07T16:13:53 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.178] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T16:21:52 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T16:23:14 what is TRC? 2016-04-07T16:23:28 can’t find on datasheet the meaning 2016-04-07T16:23:38 it appears on timers section 2016-04-07T16:28:07 Laurenceb: wtf 2016-04-07T16:28:15 that looks nothing like st-recommended footprint 2016-04-07T16:28:25 metRo_: should be trigger control 2016-04-07T16:28:34 metRo_: http://www.st.com/st-web-ui/static/active/en/resource/technical/document/application_note/CD00165509.pdf 2016-04-07T16:28:34 page 11 2016-04-07T16:30:17 lorenzo: thank you 2016-04-07T16:30:34 no problem 2016-04-07T16:30:38 flyback how goes the snow shovelling 2016-04-07T16:31:03 good. dont 2016-04-07T16:31:17 metro ftw 2016-04-07T16:53:15 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-07T16:58:34 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-qpucrzrilhtkvhwa] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-07T17:00:07 new 2016-04-07T17:00:12 new kikelake 23C @ idle 2016-04-07T17:10:29 crt: interesting, too bad the dumb bitch interrupts him every 5 min with a stupid poll 2016-04-07T17:17:53 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T17:21:30 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-07T17:24:55 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-07T17:25:19 crt: 6700 2016-04-07T17:25:54 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-07T17:26:35 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T17:33:45 Thats i7 not? 2016-04-07T17:33:54 yeah 2016-04-07T17:33:57 dongs, what’s your room temp? 2016-04-07T17:34:04 zyp, japan 2016-04-07T17:34:10 probly around 20C 2016-04-07T17:34:11 lols. 2016-04-07T17:34:25 My i5 idles at around a few degrees above my room temp too 2016-04-07T17:34:29 Also skilake 2016-04-07T17:34:46 And that with the best os in the world 2016-04-07T17:34:47 pro idler 2016-04-07T17:36:51 first attempt was recommended footprint 2016-04-07T17:36:59 this http://www2.st.com/content/ccc/resource/technical/document/technical_note/73/17/9c/16/dd/96/4a/01/CD00134799.pdf/files/CD00134799.pdf/jcr:content/translations/en.CD00134799.pdf 2016-04-07T17:37:26 http://i.imgur.com/ClQDznF.png 2016-04-07T17:38:15 it works for me… if i put a M2.5 nut ontop 2016-04-07T17:38:45 I’ve extended the pads to give more room for excess solder to wick outside the footprint 2016-04-07T17:43:35 lol 2016-04-07T17:43:41 too much paste? 2016-04-07T17:43:50 I dont think so 2016-04-07T17:44:03 mismatched solder bump heights 2016-04-07T17:46:23 Laurenceb: http://i.imgur.com/AVHgVlu.png st footprint @ t heir 24dil breakout boar 2016-04-07T17:46:39 eek 2016-04-07T17:46:48 well I guess its very uniform 2016-04-07T17:47:05 but that’d be hard to fix 2016-04-07T17:48:03 thanx for the link 2016-04-07T17:48:17 http://www.st-japan.co.jp/web/en/catalog/tools/PF261598# 2016-04-07T17:48:18 gerbers are her. 2016-04-07T17:48:19 e 2016-04-07T18:02:02 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:03:16 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:03:22 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T18:05:37 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:11:21 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-07T18:13:09 which one you need to butt in non-copper connectors: copper paste or aluminum paste? 2016-04-07T18:13:27 to keep it’s contact good and avoid corrosion 2016-04-07T18:13:53 and which one you use for copper based connectors? 2016-04-07T18:26:04 k updating my cubemx 2016-04-07T18:35:41 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-07T18:36:20 wat! 2016-04-07T18:36:25 ST has some shit in TFBGA 2016-04-07T18:36:27 0.8mm pitch 2016-04-07T18:38:38 of course none of those parts are actually buyable lol 2016-04-07T18:39:45 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T18:44:53 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:49:19 aluminium paste 2016-04-07T18:49:24 say what 2016-04-07T18:51:59 -!- sterna [~Adium@80.252.213.131] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:52:35 uh oh http://i.imgur.com/e0HNCKm.png 2016-04-07T18:54:35 -!- blight [~greg@212-186-28-41.cable.dynamic.surfer.at] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:54:35 -!- blight [~greg@212-186-28-41.cable.dynamic.surfer.at] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-07T18:54:35 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:54:42 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T18:55:57 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2GcdpJiNGfKTTdfbXBjTDNZQW8/view?usp=docslist_api 2016-04-07T18:56:19 anyone ever order from avnet with backorder? 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2016-04-07T19:54:49 with RCD disconnect? 2016-04-07T19:54:54 zyp related problem 2016-04-07T19:57:07 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-07T19:57:22 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:2ccc:7169:981a:e37c] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T19:58:31 qyx, hmm? 2016-04-07T20:00:43 I need to provide a PE connection on the DC/AC inverter thing 2016-04-07T20:00:51 with ground fault detection 2016-04-07T20:01:28 RCDs doesn’t need PE, they measure leakage with a sum transformer 2016-04-07T20:01:41 i.e. current going out on one wire that’s not returning on the other 2016-04-07T20:01:42 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:02:13 yep, but that approach cannot be used if the output is from a galvanically isolated dc/ac converter 2016-04-07T20:02:21 I use OS X and Win10, I want to get into python, what should I use? 2016-04-07T20:02:30 the current will always be equal on L and N 2016-04-07T20:02:56 no current will ever flow through the PE 2016-04-07T20:03:06 then leakage to PE is not possible πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T20:03:30 eh, I want to detect such PE faults 2016-04-07T20:03:41 when the PE comes accidentally to N or L level 2016-04-07T20:04:00 still 3phase talks goin on? 2016-04-07T20:04:47 I can force the PE to be in the middle of L and N and then detect if it drifts to either L or N 2016-04-07T20:04:55 I think it is the same problem as PE presence detection 2016-04-07T20:04:58 qyx, well, which grounding system are you targetting? 2016-04-07T20:05:08 tn-s is the output 2016-04-07T20:05:26 is this a single phase inverter? 2016-04-07T20:05:30 yes 2016-04-07T20:05:32 but meh 2016-04-07T20:05:42 then just tie PE to N at the inverter 2016-04-07T20:05:44 I can connect N to PE 2016-04-07T20:06:06 forcing PE sounds wrong 2016-04-07T20:06:20 no, that’s how TN-C-S works 2016-04-07T20:06:34 that’s true 2016-04-07T20:07:14 if I did it in IT, it could be left floating probably 2016-04-07T20:07:15 also evil πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T20:07:23 and the RCD can still detect leakages from N to PE, since current travelling in PE will cause an inbalance between L and N 2016-04-07T20:07:25 and I could do that fault detection 2016-04-07T20:08:43 RCDs doesn’t care what level PE is at at all, they just check that there is a net sum of 0 between the live conductors 2016-04-07T20:08:56 they are also using a fuse to connect N and PE 2016-04-07T20:09:08 who is? 2016-04-07T20:09:25 random internets people 2016-04-07T20:09:37 er 2016-04-07T20:09:40 maybe only on the dc side 2016-04-07T20:10:06 the TN-C-S systems I saw when I worked as an electrician had PE and N hardwired together at the junction point 2016-04-07T20:10:35 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-07T20:10:37 I mean in the inverters, not in the distribution boxes 2016-04-07T20:12:02 PEN conductor enter the building and is connected to grounding rail, from there N goes to master circuit breaker and each circuit also hooks up their PE conductor there 2016-04-07T20:13:32 I feel there is some electricity assburgering going on with this issue 2016-04-07T20:13:50 just fix it 2016-04-07T20:15:07 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f7773f8.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:15:07 -!- PeterM [~PeterM@121-200-15-11.NBN.albury.aussiebb.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-07T20:15:33 qyx, what sort of inverter are you making anyway? 2016-04-07T20:15:36 for solar shit? 2016-04-07T20:18:36 yes and no, 48V input without mppt 2016-04-07T20:18:56 how are you going to hook it up? 2016-04-07T20:19:24 it is a 100-200W micro inverter like those things you can buy for use in your car 2016-04-07T20:19:49 probably will never be hooked to a real tn-c-s 2016-04-07T20:19:58 is it even going to feed grounded stuff? 2016-04-07T20:20:20 hmm, now I wonder how mine does it :p 2016-04-07T20:20:28 I mean, the one I have 2016-04-07T20:20:30 yes, most of thigs here do have grounded plugs 2016-04-07T20:20:30 -!- ReadError [readerror@ec2-50-19-189-163.compute-1.amazonaws.com] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-07T20:21:09 qyx: isn’t that just so that you can pluyg in something witha regular plug? there’s clearly no actual ground when you’re in a car, no matter what shape the plug is 2016-04-07T20:21:10 I feel like I can provide the RCD function 2016-04-07T20:23:09 -!- ReadError [readerror@ec2-50-19-189-163.compute-1.amazonaws.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:27:03 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-07T20:32:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.50] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:35:19 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-07T20:37:40 emeb: got the DFU working. the boot0 going high blocks user memory booting. I wonder if there is a way to enable a USB OTG DFU check on boot and still use the internal flash afterward. 2016-04-07T20:43:56 inca: not to my knowledge. 2016-04-07T20:44:46 only way to keep user control is to write your own bootloader. 2016-04-07T20:46:20 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.251.197.179] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:48:24 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:49:01 there appear to be ways to invoke the system bootloader, though I don’t see any way to escape it 2016-04-07T20:49:26 so then, I wonder if ST provides the ROM source code? 2016-04-07T20:50:08 or I guess I just need the DFU USB OTG driver, which may exist 2016-04-07T20:50:11 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-07T20:50:41 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com] 2016-04-07T20:53:48 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T20:59:16 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T21:00:18 is there a way to make remote applications that are X forwarded to look any less ugly? 2016-04-07T21:00:28 with xming 2016-04-07T21:01:50 ” yeah don’t use lunix, use windows and rdp ffs” 2016-04-07T21:02:16 oh.. rdp? 2016-04-07T21:03:12 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T21:03:17 I see the crypto is slowing this X forwarding down 2016-04-07T21:05:44 sounds unlikely 2016-04-07T21:05:54 it’s probably something else 2016-04-07T21:06:11 maybe androidAP 2016-04-07T21:06:24 or 2003 laptop wifi 2016-04-07T21:06:49 so shitty you need to move AP away from it to make connection 2016-04-07T21:07:39 iirc the X protocol sucks ass when it’s a on a high latency connection 2016-04-07T21:08:08 kinda like SMB 2016-04-07T21:08:45 so if you’re transfering stuff at the same time or if the wifi is crowded that might be it 2016-04-07T21:10:39 last time i used X was 20 years ago so i shouldn’t be commenting 2016-04-07T21:11:09 err X/X11 2016-04-07T21:11:52 if I just could open remote files locally 2016-04-07T21:12:12 http://xmodulo.com/how-to-speed-up-x11-forwarding-in-ssh.html 2016-04-07T21:13:54 where is that box running? 2016-04-07T21:13:56 the linux box i mean 2016-04-07T21:14:07 5meters away 2016-04-07T21:14:23 install samba on it? 2016-04-07T21:16:47 yes maybe 2016-04-07T21:16:54 Laurenceb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JXrDwtiqQs 2016-04-07T21:17:47 kakimir has been on /pol/ again πŸ˜› 2016-04-07T21:18:54 use x2go loonixmir 2016-04-07T21:18:59 you are now banned from Scotland 2016-04-07T21:19:09 who is? 2016-04-07T21:19:15 http://imgur.com/ErBFbC1 2016-04-07T21:19:17 you are 2016-04-07T21:20:14 scotland is not a country 2016-04-07T21:21:37 it doesn’t have it’s own border control 2016-04-07T21:21:56 neither does anywhere in Europe now πŸ˜› 2016-04-07T21:24:06 why should I use X2GO? 2016-04-07T21:24:11 is it good? 2016-04-07T21:25:43 it’s nx renamed 2016-04-07T21:26:07 I don’t know what you are talking about 2016-04-07T21:26:39 google 2016-04-07T21:27:09 is beaglebone gpio control total shit, or is there some sane way to do simple things? 2016-04-07T21:27:17 such as, enable pull-up? 2016-04-07T21:29:15 http://imgur.com/eSItRVj 2016-04-07T21:29:19 troll spotted 2016-04-07T21:30:19 I have to make assumption that nx protocol rules over basic X forwarding 2016-04-07T21:30:36 anything rules over basic X forwarding 2016-04-07T21:30:59 even command line on teletype terminal over 300bps modem is 100x faster 2016-04-07T21:31:00 we used it in school 2016-04-07T21:31:29 because m$ forced windows desktops 2016-04-07T21:32:04 xming and x forwarding 2016-04-07T21:32:09 did works just fine 2016-04-07T21:32:38 I remember running xilinx ISE over x forwarding once, seemed to work fairly well as far as I can remember 2016-04-07T21:33:04 once I did all mz work over x forwarding over !gbps 2016-04-07T21:33:11 uhm 2016-04-07T21:33:43 school had brand new work terminals and gigabits at least 2016-04-07T21:36:41 kakimir: what’s wrong with nfs ? 2016-04-07T21:37:05 I don’t like 2016-04-07T21:37:19 I have never used one 2016-04-07T21:37:23 *set up 2016-04-07T21:38:17 saph0, can you do proper authentication with nfs now? 2016-04-07T21:38:45 zyp : i haven’t used nfs for years tbh 2016-04-07T21:38:49 x forwarding is pretty dumb 2016-04-07T21:38:55 had no need .. what counts as proper 2016-04-07T21:39:02 kerberos was always an option 2016-04-07T21:39:15 the x protocol itself is kinda meh, it has lot of unnecessary back and forth comm 2016-04-07T21:39:23 which is why it’s latency sensitive 2016-04-07T21:39:27 x fdw is pointless for simple remote FS access 2016-04-07T21:39:40 yeah 2016-04-07T21:39:47 http://i.imgur.com/9EvTWDs.gifv 2016-04-07T21:40:01 NFS is seamless once it’s running 2016-04-07T21:40:12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKRLfNwdLyM he-co of the day 2016-04-07T21:40:16 tools like vnc, nx, etc all run delta compression on the frames, and generally discard the stupid stuff like the vector drawing primitives 2016-04-07T21:40:26 and turn them into raster 2016-04-07T21:40:44 nfs is a pain to setup howrever 2016-04-07T21:40:55 5-6 services for a simple login … 2016-04-07T21:41:03 BrainDamage: on some linux distros that’s true .. 2016-04-07T21:41:22 the more ‘modern’ linux dists like ubuntu for e.g. 2016-04-07T21:41:33 BrainDamage, uh, just install the nfs (meta)package and edit /etc/exports 2016-04-07T21:41:37 that’s all I’ve ever done 2016-04-07T21:41:44 i was using slackware back when i last used NFS 2016-04-07T21:41:51 zyp: as saph0 said, depends on the distro 2016-04-07T21:42:02 just enable RPC on the server end and edit a couple lines in the fstab / mtab as i recall 2016-04-07T21:42:06 if it’s harder, you’re using the wrong distro πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T21:42:16 zyp: exactly πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T21:42:28 you don’t really get a choice on third party servers 2016-04-07T21:43:34 nope 3rd party server would be tricky, unless they already support NFS and you have correct ACLs 2016-04-07T21:43:39 what sort of third party server? 2016-04-07T21:44:43 i’ve had to setup once on a centos machine 2016-04-07T21:44:46 never again 2016-04-07T21:44:49 zyp: right add a line per mount in /etc/exports that’s the one 2016-04-07T21:46:30 i believe SSHFS may be the way to go for low latency and security 2016-04-07T21:46:36 tho i’ve never set it up myself 2016-04-07T21:46:59 doesn’t sound very good for performance though 2016-04-07T21:47:12 you can get high bandwith too 2016-04-07T21:47:28 if the machine has AES-NI, encryption is not the bottleneck 2016-04-07T21:48:02 howrever ssh by default choses a fixed tcp frame – in frame which is not optimized for every case 2016-04-07T21:48:19 there’s a patch to fix it from third party, if you trust it 2016-04-07T21:48:33 what is Β«highΒ» to you? 2016-04-07T21:48:41 full gigabit link 2016-04-07T21:49:01 I can push a couple hundred megabytes per second through my nfs setup 2016-04-07T21:49:23 zyp: niiice 2016-04-07T21:49:53 i’d be bottlenecked by the network card past the gbit mark, so it’s ok to me 2016-04-07T21:50:29 x2go definitelly usable 2016-04-07T21:50:42 I got tired of that and got some 10Gb gear :p 2016-04-07T21:52:02 what you need to push around? 2016-04-07T21:52:39 you can share folders with x2go 2016-04-07T21:52:42 hey if you can afford it why not .. i’m still a 100baseT switch from last century πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T21:53:22 zyp: is that you’r home network ? 2016-04-07T21:54:15 and x2go seems to continue where you left it 2016-04-07T21:54:15 saph0, yes 2016-04-07T21:54:21 and doesn’t fuk it up 2016-04-07T21:54:57 dongs: chinacloner chips arrived 2016-04-07T21:55:01 saph0, 10gbase-sr gear is cheap, secondhand NICs from ebay costs nothing 2016-04-07T21:55:09 kakimir: it’s just a wee bit inelegant for simple file xfer is all .. 2016-04-07T21:55:23 I need to work on lunix code 2016-04-07T21:55:29 and compile and shiet 2016-04-07T21:56:07 it’s a repo server on the other end ? 2016-04-07T21:56:20 zyp: gonna check that out, thanx 2016-04-07T21:57:19 zyp: are you like using that for you personal stuff only? 2016-04-07T21:57:51 cheap switches are harder to come by, but one of my friends’ employers were throwing away some gear last year 2016-04-07T21:57:52 I switched to 10G as well 2016-04-07T21:57:55 at least for my nas 2016-04-07T21:58:03 http://bin.jvnv.net/f/nmouc.JPG I always get a bit jelly when peep tell about stuff their employer or neighbor door company just throws away 2016-04-07T21:58:56 worked fine in old apartment, but when I moved I decided it were too noisy for new apartment, since I can’t hide it away like that 2016-04-07T21:59:00 18.50$ for a 10gig ether NIC , that’s waay cheaper than i expected 2016-04-07T21:59:11 nortel shiet 2016-04-07T21:59:18 so I picked up the mikrotic crs210 which got two 10g ports 2016-04-07T21:59:39 that’s enough to hook my workstation and server on 10g to the rest of my network 2016-04-07T21:59:40 yup, I got one of those aswell 2016-04-07T22:00:45 zyp: nice bit of nortel kit there dood .. 2016-04-07T22:01:14 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com] 2016-04-07T22:01:44 yeah, just too noisy to run in the middle of my apartment πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T22:02:10 zyp: fan noise was keep you awake @ night ? 2016-04-07T22:03:29 oh, I could probably sleep to it pretty well, it’d just be annoying as fuck when I’m awake 2016-04-07T22:04:32 x2go is really good 2016-04-07T22:06:32 even really old shiet as a server 2016-04-07T22:06:35 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T22:12:32 zyp: i’ve always found a constant fan noise is easy to sleep with , it’s the on/off speed changes that get my attention 2016-04-07T22:15:05 and when you switch to a silent cooling system the next perceptible noise is the hdd doing housekeeping at 3am .. 2016-04-07T22:15:09 it never ends 2016-04-07T22:17:18 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-azfqlgynnwvrtmwf] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T22:17:21 kakimir: is x2go opensrc ? 2016-04-07T22:17:54 saph0, switch to ssds? πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T22:18:10 they are coming down in price pretty well now 2016-04-07T22:18:20 saph0: I don’t know 2016-04-07T22:18:22 heh , then the transformer becomes audible .. it never ever ends 2016-04-07T22:18:27 should I care? 2016-04-07T22:18:45 amount of crap it doesn’t give is ultimate 2016-04-07T22:18:53 must be closed source 2016-04-07T22:18:57 kakimir: nope, you made me curious to try it out is all 2016-04-07T22:19:17 I can get a 480GB SSD for less than I paid for my 180GB SSD a few years ago 2016-04-07T22:19:44 x2go is sores’ed 2016-04-07T22:19:47 dont-give-a-crap-ware .. sounds liek my kind of ware πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T22:20:18 I’m kinda inclined to get one and ditch the 2TB HDD I’ve also got in my workstation for shit that won’t fit on the SSD but I still want to keep locally 2016-04-07T22:20:53 move everything to the new SSD and then use the old SSD for windows dualboot 2016-04-07T22:21:05 zyp: 125$ for 480gb .. that’s sup[er cheap ! 2016-04-07T22:21:08 right now I’ve got a small windows partition on the HDD 2016-04-07T22:21:17 which one are you looking at? 2016-04-07T22:21:26 samsung or bust 2016-04-07T22:21:28 I’m looking at the Intel 535 series 2016-04-07T22:21:32 sandisk ultra 2 2016-04-07T22:21:36 idk, I’m kinda partial to Intel 2016-04-07T22:21:50 ya intel is solid 2016-04-07T22:21:52 sandisk are reputable aren;t they ? 2016-04-07T22:21:53 i put it up there with samsung 2016-04-07T22:21:57 oh, there’s an Intel 540 too 2016-04-07T22:21:59 it’s even cheaper 2016-04-07T22:22:12 sandata i shoudl say 2016-04-07T22:22:21 saph0 ehhhhhhhhhhhhhh 2016-04-07T22:22:37 I think the old 180GB is 510 or 520 2016-04-07T22:22:47 look at intel or samsung saph0 2016-04-07T22:22:52 they are solid as hell 2016-04-07T22:22:57 good rep 2016-04-07T22:23:14 ah, it’s 520 2016-04-07T22:23:36 i am .. 139$ for a intel 525/ 480gb .. very nice 2016-04-07T22:23:50 *535 series 2016-04-07T22:27:40 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2GcdpJiNGfKQmU4dDRILWJ3YjQ/view?usp=sharing I hope I could do something to that DPI 2016-04-07T22:27:58 or is it just lunix 2016-04-07T22:27:59 hmm, 540 looks faster and less power consumption than 535 2016-04-07T22:28:11 but my store still have them a bit cheaper than 535 2016-04-07T22:28:26 probably just temporarily 2016-04-07T22:30:09 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.251.197.179] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-07T22:32:50 zyp: what’s your store ? 2016-04-07T22:33:22 they do 1TB in 540 series also 2016-04-07T22:33:27 those 3TB seagate drives that are failing all the time 2016-04-07T22:33:41 if you’re asking about my server πŸ™‚ 2016-04-07T22:34:44 I’ve got 16 of those in a raidz3 2016-04-07T22:34:55 can do something like 800MB/s read and write locally 2016-04-07T22:35:14 yea fuck seagate 2016-04-07T22:35:21 they are dead to me 2016-04-07T22:35:56 idk, the 1.5TB drives I had before were fine 2016-04-07T22:36:16 and the 3TB drives work pretty well too, until they die 2016-04-07T22:36:16 just look at the backblaze failure reports 2016-04-07T22:36:26 “until they die” 2016-04-07T22:36:27 I have 2016-04-07T22:36:56 if I cant get 5 years out of a drive, I am not pleased 2016-04-07T22:37:01 well, they are sitting in a raidz3, I’m honestly not very concerned about a drive dying once in a while 2016-04-07T22:37:02 and random failures are the worst 2016-04-07T22:37:08 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:2ccc:7169:981a:e37c] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T22:37:22 vs sorta knowing the drive is about to kick it 2016-04-07T22:37:39 i called seagate in california from england in the 90s when that was *expensive* , they calle me back with jumper setting info for a drive i bought 2nd hand .. 2016-04-07T22:38:12 and I live in norway, consumer protection laws here says that shit like that is supposed to last for five years, and I’m entitled to a free replacement or refund if it dies before that 2016-04-07T22:38:36 for spinny disk, I like the WD RE series 2016-04-07T22:38:56 wow, so if i collect broken drives, fly to norway , forge a receipt can i get them replaced for new ? 2016-04-07T22:39:02 made for reliability 2016-04-07T22:39:06 and decently quick 2016-04-07T22:39:22 saph0, sure, if you’re good enough at scamming 2016-04-07T22:39:46 did yall see the synology ‘hack’ stuff 2016-04-07T22:40:02 you can spin up synology DSM on any hardware 2016-04-07T22:40:03 the store I get them at are keeping track of the serial numbers of the ones they sell 2016-04-07T22:40:54 most the time they will accept the mfg date 2016-04-07T22:41:02 for warranty purposes 2016-04-07T22:42:24 I got a pretty killer deal on some 3TB WD Red drives a bit back 2016-04-07T22:42:26 forging a receipt would be kinda hard when the order number doesn’t have a matching record in their db :p 2016-04-07T22:42:29 something like 75$ a pop 2016-04-07T22:42:37 grabbed 4 of them 2016-04-07T22:42:57 I’m kinda biased against WD 2016-04-07T22:43:32 WD green is utter trash, and I’m not too happy with the single WD black I have either 2016-04-07T22:43:53 it seems a lot more noisy than my other drives 2016-04-07T22:45:05 yea well green was/is a shitty line 2016-04-07T22:45:09 haven’t tried WD red, they’re a bit more expensive and I don’t see the point in paying extra 2016-04-07T22:45:19 reds just have some extra stuff for NAS 2016-04-07T22:45:25 firmware 2016-04-07T22:45:45 sure they have, but what real benefit does that have? 2016-04-07T22:47:13 IIRC the main difference is that they’ve got a shorter timeout on self correction, so the drive would rather time out than risk getting kicked out of the raid for not responding in time 2016-04-07T22:47:45 which is mostly an issue with hardware raid 2016-04-07T22:47:54 and hardware raid is pretty pointless nowadays 2016-04-07T22:47:55 im not sure 2016-04-07T22:48:01 I just got them because the price was nice 2016-04-07T22:48:10 sure 2016-04-07T22:48:38 http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.aspx?id=580 2016-04-07T22:48:44 those ive been super happy with 2016-04-07T22:49:08 looks expensive 2016-04-07T22:49:30 idk, I’m not in the market for harddrives now, so I don’t really care 2016-04-07T22:49:59 paid $150 for 2x 2TB in 2014 2016-04-07T22:50:25 I’ve still got a couple of years left of the 5 year period on the drives I currently have, and I’m not going to fill them up any time soon either 2016-04-07T22:51:35 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T22:53:56 ya true once you have enough you dont have to worry about it for a while 2016-04-07T22:54:22 I dont collect porn or anything so I dont need to keep expanding 2016-04-07T22:54:51 they’re 33% full right now, they’ll probably be over five years old before I hit 50% 2016-04-07T22:55:42 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-07T22:55:53 hmm 2016-04-07T22:56:39 idk about collecting porn, I don’t tend to delete shit I’ve downloaded 2016-04-07T22:57:20 so it’s sort of collecting, I guess 2016-04-07T22:57:32 but I’m not downloading it to collect it, I’m just downloading it to watch it 2016-04-07T22:58:14 oh, heh 2016-04-07T22:58:27 you would be surprised 2016-04-07T22:58:34 a lot of people collect porn 2016-04-07T22:58:34 I’ve actually got 1.1TB of porn 2016-04-07T22:58:38 i dont get it 2016-04-07T22:58:41 is that a lot? 2016-04-07T22:58:44 idk 2016-04-07T22:59:07 heh yea thats a decent bit, ive heard of much larger collections 2016-04-07T22:59:14 i download porn but i don’t watch it 2016-04-07T22:59:42 all those files with kinky names turn me on… 2016-04-07T23:01:36 hmm, looks like this shit is mostly 2-6GB per movie 2016-04-07T23:02:41 yea with bluray stuff and 4k becomming more popular 2016-04-07T23:02:53 I can see the need to grow out eventually 2016-04-07T23:02:59 well, of course 2016-04-07T23:03:27 there’s no point in downloading porn if it’s not proper HD, might as well just stream it 2016-04-07T23:04:48 wondering how the whole VR porn thing is going to do 2016-04-07T23:04:59 now that oculus is consumer edition’d 2016-04-07T23:05:07 and sony coming out with one 2016-04-07T23:05:09 haha 2016-04-07T23:05:11 HTC vive 2016-04-07T23:05:39 yeah, I’ve got some friends that are into VR shit 2016-04-07T23:05:50 not tried the new ones 2016-04-07T23:05:54 DK2 was pretty shitty 2016-04-07T23:05:56 one guy got the oculus CV1 the other day 2016-04-07T23:06:00 bad screendoor 2016-04-07T23:06:14 res kinda sucked 2016-04-07T23:06:16 DK2 was better than DK1 2016-04-07T23:06:19 yea 2016-04-07T23:06:27 but DK2 wasnt usable for me anyways 2016-04-07T23:06:42 this guy now has both DK1, DK2 and CV1 2016-04-07T23:06:55 curious about the vive 2016-04-07T23:07:06 its pretty $$$, 800USD I think 2016-04-07T23:07:07 I know somebody who ordered that as well 2016-04-07T23:07:13 but comes w/ the cameras and controller stuff 2016-04-07T23:07:23 and another guy got this samsung thing 2016-04-07T23:07:35 gear vr 2016-04-07T23:07:52 the oculus shit is pretty sketchy though 2016-04-07T23:07:56 always on 2016-04-07T23:08:06 camera/audio phonehome stuff 2016-04-07T23:08:13 haha 2016-04-07T23:08:26 idk, haven’t looked that much into it 2016-04-07T23:08:32 read somethin about it 2016-04-07T23:08:39 really crazy 2016-04-07T23:09:06 don’t believe all you read πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-07T23:10:10 yea true 2016-04-07T23:10:19 im not a real big tinfoil hat guy 2016-04-07T23:10:27 but I just dont see the need for that 2016-04-07T23:10:37 for what? 2016-04-07T23:10:53 always connected 2016-04-07T23:11:08 to what? 2016-04-07T23:11:37 im not sure what its connected to exactly 2016-04-07T23:11:46 just saw an article in passing 2016-04-07T23:11:48 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-97.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T23:15:02 -!- barthess [~barthess@178.121.250.51] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-07T23:19:58 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-07T23:26:32 https://reddit.com/r/oculus/comments/4crsmo/oculuss_services_are_always_on_and_you_should_be/ 2016-04-07T23:38:12 is it botnet wars? 2016-04-07T23:40:37 what is? 2016-04-07T23:40:59 comming 2016-04-07T23:41:55 * mitrax gives up 2016-04-07T23:48:56 -!- PeterM [~PeterM@121-200-15-11.NBN.albury.aussiebb.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T23:50:38 are there any tricks to getting MCO output? 2016-04-07T23:51:45 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-07T23:52:06 no 2016-04-07T23:53:56 set pin to AF, set AF mux to MCO, enable MCO in RCC 2016-04-07T23:55:43 is there macro for linenumber? 2016-04-07T23:55:47 in C 2016-04-07T23:56:03 oh 2016-04-07T23:56:04 __LINE__ 2016-04-07T23:56:11 __LINE__ 2016-04-07T23:56:21 this makes my debuggings a bit easier 2016-04-07T23:56:36 karlp, here’s what I got for f4: http://paste.jvnv.net/view/qjbcY — Day changed Fri Apr 08 2016 2016-04-08T00:07:02 yeah, didn’t think there should be anythign special, trying to look at MCO on an existing locm3 example, not working, will poke it a bit more. 2016-04-08T00:07:04 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-08T00:07:43 -!- barthess [~barthess@178.121.250.51] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T00:07:47 -!- barthess [~barthess@178.121.250.51] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-08T00:16:04 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-08T00:16:13 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-97.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T00:28:34 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-azfqlgynnwvrtmwf] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-08T00:30:09 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-08T00:32:52 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T00:33:53 mco sysclok is weird: http://imgur.com/a/q2prw 2016-04-08T00:34:04 was missing the output speed to high for sysclk output it seemed 2016-04-08T00:34:46 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-08T00:34:57 “OrangeVolAuVent”? wtf 2016-04-08T00:37:17 where did that come from? πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T00:42:51 dongs, did you have time to ask about AC/DC shit yet? 2016-04-08T00:48:24 zyp: the Morsun one with the few external parts won’t do? 2016-04-08T00:50:18 it might do, but I’d like to check if there’s other options as well 2016-04-08T00:50:28 sure, just curious 2016-04-08T00:52:36 came across that brand when i was looking for DC/DC converters the other day, according to a friend of mine Morsun has been around for a long time but i they weren’t on mouser etc. 2016-04-08T00:52:50 err -i 2016-04-08T00:53:59 meanwell has some not too expensive ones for pcb but they’re fucking huge 2016-04-08T00:54:18 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T00:54:43 I need it to be small 2016-04-08T00:55:28 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T00:55:56 it’ll be sitting in between two pcbs that are stacked with 18mm between them 2016-04-08T00:56:21 and preferably it should not hit the top pcb πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T00:56:25 oh, those boards πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T00:56:38 what did you end up using to connect them together? 2016-04-08T00:56:47 not decided 2016-04-08T00:57:16 I’m also not sure I can fit everything in two modules width 2016-04-08T00:57:30 dunno 2016-04-08T00:58:18 imo $5-6 is reasonnable, everything below that price is probably crap 2016-04-08T00:59:13 two modules width will give me around 30mm, and I’ll probably not have more than 50mm in the other dimension 2016-04-08T01:00:05 and I also want to fit a couple of relays in this area, and an energy meter circuit which would require its own isolated DC DC supply 2016-04-08T01:00:15 minimum 1000 quant 2016-04-08T01:00:18 err 2016-04-08T01:00:19 100 2016-04-08T01:00:29 it seems a bit optimistic to be able to fit all that πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:03:39 http://www.xppower.com/Portals/0/pdfs/SF_ECE05-10.pdf http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/xp-power/ECE05US12/1470-1110-ND/4487491 2016-04-08T01:08:35 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Quit: Quit] 2016-04-08T01:09:29 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-08T01:10:41 getting relays, the meter, and the mains power supply in 2 units will be neat πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:10:56 were you doing three phase metering or one? 2016-04-08T01:11:37 kinda want to do either 2016-04-08T01:11:50 just thinkign of all the extra space πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:12:06 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f7773f8.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-08T01:12:09 our mains meter at work is two units wide for three phases, and it’s the narrowest three phase meter we know of. 2016-04-08T01:12:14 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T01:12:30 getting relays in there too, and your mains to dc supply sounds… challenging. 2016-04-08T01:12:35 external transformers? 2016-04-08T01:12:45 yeah, CTs, 2016-04-08T01:13:21 ohsix, I’m putting it in a din rail enclosure 2016-04-08T01:13:51 and I don’t want to make it super big 2016-04-08T01:14:28 karlp, well, number of connections I can fit might be the limitation 2016-04-08T01:14:56 we cheated and put a capacitive ac-dc supply (non isolated) for the mains meter part, and on the second riser board we get external dc provided in by a cable with the rs485 bus for the isolated side. 2016-04-08T01:16:29 three phase plus neutral is four conductors, three CTs are another six conductors 2016-04-08T01:16:45 bottom board in a two module enclosure can only fit 12 terminals 2016-04-08T01:18:19 yup πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:19:03 ohsix: well, I know that this is a standalone device, ours at work is a slave, so getting an other cable in is fine. 2016-04-08T01:19:23 getting enough power for everything zyp might want out of a cap/resistive supply might be a bit of a struggle 2016-04-08T01:20:04 not strictly standalone, but should be standalone capable πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:20:28 I’ve considered making a different variant of the bottom board that just takes DC in 2016-04-08T01:20:46 but I don’t think that would be super useful 2016-04-08T01:22:38 karlp, so, which chips are the shit for three phase metering? 2016-04-08T01:22:50 not the ADE7668 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T01:23:19 I’m sur ethey all work though really. 2016-04-08T01:23:32 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T01:23:37 they’ve all got slightly different features and tricks, 2016-04-08T01:23:49 ade7668 has a super shitty calibration method if you need to. 2016-04-08T01:24:10 7758 sorry 2016-04-08T01:25:01 I’d like something that supports being hooked up both as single phase, three phase delta and three phase wye 2016-04-08T01:25:08 STPMC1 seems to support that 2016-04-08T01:27:19 yeah, any of the three phase ones support that. 2016-04-08T01:29:37 hmm, that’s a single chip solution, STPMC1 would be a four chip solution since it needs external ADCs 2016-04-08T01:29:59 yeah, I don’t really know why would ever the multichip solutions 2016-04-08T01:30:07 there’s plenty of integrated single chip three phase meters. 2016-04-08T01:30:26 depends how much fine grained analysis you want I guess. 2016-04-08T01:30:44 like, “yeah, I want all the raw adc data too, to do my own magic sauce stuff” 2016-04-08T01:31:01 fuck that, we just want the kwh and freq and per phase amps/volts/pf shits 2016-04-08T01:32:43 haha 2016-04-08T01:32:55 well, no, I’m not gonna touch the signals :p 2016-04-08T01:36:14 but I guess it could be easier to route 2016-04-08T01:36:35 karlp: I wonder why none of the AD shits expose the raw signals 2016-04-08T01:36:38 that would be nice 2016-04-08T01:37:21 STPMC1 uses some nice multiplexed signalling, so there’s a common clock to the ADCs and a single signal from each 2016-04-08T01:37:54 so there’s four lines instead of ten 2016-04-08T01:38:27 I guess I could even run them through an isolated buffer and put the master chip in the isolated power domain along with the MCU 2016-04-08T01:39:16 yeah but why, you can just isolate the spi from the thing 2016-04-08T01:40:03 true 2016-04-08T01:42:12 Sync: because most people buying a power meter chip don’t _want_ the raw signals? 2016-04-08T01:42:19 movie recommends? 2016-04-08T01:42:43 if you want them, you don’t need a power meter chip, you just measure them yourself. 2016-04-08T01:44:05 yeah, well 2016-04-08T01:44:37 kakimir: watch pontypool and tell me whether I should 2016-04-08T01:44:56 not.exe 2016-04-08T02:12:14 NigComSat-1, a Nigerian satellite ordered and built in China in 2004, was Nigeria’s second satellite and Africa’s first communication satellite 2016-04-08T02:12:20 /pol/ teir 2016-04-08T02:13:58 http://imgur.com/xq1ndmn 2016-04-08T02:15:58 OHMRAGE 2016-04-08T02:16:33 wattage 2016-04-08T02:17:24 crt, what do you want to replace it with? tension? 2016-04-08T02:17:54 I think that would be the literal translation of the norwegian word for voltage 2016-04-08T02:18:03 same for italian 2016-04-08T02:18:14 so it’s just english that’s stupid 2016-04-08T02:21:30 -!- Strogg [~jean@unaffiliated/strogg] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T02:21:33 ‘lo ‘lo 2016-04-08T02:21:44 spenna og straum zyp? 2016-04-08T02:22:18 BrainDamage: wasn’t volta italian? 2016-04-08T02:22:31 karlp, spenning og strΓΈm 2016-04-08T02:22:38 close enough. 2016-04-08T02:23:20 karlp: i live in his hometown 2016-04-08T02:23:53 i think i have a pic of the grave somewhere 2016-04-08T02:24:25 moar pol teir material http://imgur.com/HtXgTS5 2016-04-08T02:25:24 learning icelandic words for technical things has been a pain in the arse. 2016-04-08T02:26:19 why? 2016-04-08T02:34:28 karlp: https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=_20160408_013033.JPG sorry for weird format, it was a group photo and i cropped out my friends 2016-04-08T02:34:57 needs login sorry πŸ™ 2016-04-08T02:35:16 oh, ops 2016-04-08T02:35:29 https://www.dropbox.com/s/o8zjwkez65x9y8t/_20160408_013033.JPG?dl=0 2016-04-08T02:35:31 better? 2016-04-08T02:35:37 movi recommnds? 2016-04-08T02:35:51 ask 4chan 2016-04-08T02:36:02 volta’s grave 2016-04-08T02:36:48 that’s galvani 2016-04-08T02:37:05 he also liked to probe frog legs 2016-04-08T02:37:07 pretty serious looking grave 2016-04-08T02:37:11 volta invented the battery 2016-04-08T02:37:17 or mausoleum I suppose 2016-04-08T02:37:20 or is it a crypt? 2016-04-08T02:38:08 it’s a crypt, there’s plaques from visitors from all over the world giving homage on the inside 2016-04-08T02:39:10 the guy was quite rich too, he owns a giant villa in the proximity, 2 labs in the town, one of which was hosted on a tower on the roman periferial defence wall 2016-04-08T02:39:44 so, I’m playing around with this STM32F373, and I’ve got some code that compiles.. I can jtag it into the mcu, and it _seems_ to work a little bit. here’s the deal, I have a infinite forloop and is supposed to just turn two leds on and off, but the for loop doesn’t seem to loop. 2016-04-08T02:39:59 the led turns on, but then nothing else happens 2016-04-08T02:41:01 pastebin ur codez 2016-04-08T02:41:25 http://paste.debian.net/426353/ 2016-04-08T02:41:52 I switched the for loop to a while loop, just because I”m doubting everything now.. hehe same effect 2016-04-08T02:42:36 right now, it stops with WD1 turned on.. just sitting there, and WD0 is off 2016-04-08T02:42:49 I put a scope on the lines too, just to make sure they weren’t blinking and I couldn’t see it 2016-04-08T02:42:54 Strogg: I bet it’s just blinking too fast for you too see, 2016-04-08T02:42:57 oh, well, ok then πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T02:43:03 hehe 2016-04-08T02:43:17 um 2016-04-08T02:43:21 do you have a systick handler? 2016-04-08T02:43:23 I thought that might be the case, but if it was, both should “appear” on, no? 2016-04-08T02:43:32 does systick config turn on the interrupt or anything? 2016-04-08T02:43:37 hrmmmm.. hrmmm 2016-04-08T02:43:50 there was one in there, but I deleted it since I’m not using it. hrmm 2016-04-08T02:43:57 yeah – without a systick handler you’ll be stuck in the default handler 2016-04-08T02:43:57 I bet the interrupt is still setup though. 2016-04-08T02:44:08 well damn. 2016-04-08T02:44:09 just comment out the systick setup 2016-04-08T02:44:59 Hah! 2016-04-08T02:45:03 there we go. thanks! πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T02:45:45 I was seriously having one of those moments where it’s like “err.. how can looping not work??? that makes no sense.” 2016-04-08T02:46:15 when things go funky I always pull up gdb and see where it’s stuck 2016-04-08T02:46:40 9 times out of 10 it’s in the default handler due to an IRQ or exception I didn’t expect 2016-04-08T02:46:44 yeahh I haven’t gotten gdb up running with it yet. just managed to get openocd to program the chip 2016-04-08T02:46:58 turning on the led was sort of my hello world. πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T02:47:24 that 2016-04-08T02:47:53 so, st-util opens a port on 4242.. I just give that to gdb then? 2016-04-08T02:47:55 hrmmmm cool 2016-04-08T02:47:57 * Strogg tries 2016-04-08T02:48:18 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-08T02:49:02 cooool. right on, thanks guys! 2016-04-08T02:49:09 I’m ready to rock now 2016-04-08T02:49:41 hmmmm 2016-04-08T02:56:25 dont feed the pumper ohsix 2016-04-08T02:56:39 u 2016-04-08T02:58:49 karlp, what do you think about this thing? https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/products/industries/metering-energy-measurement/MAX78615%2BPPM.html 2016-04-08T03:00:19 transformers carry both power and data, so it replaces the need for both the isolated DC/DC and the SPI isolator 2016-04-08T03:04:20 zyp: the dude at work who was looking at upgrades to our device was looking at some maxim parts as being “really nice” 2016-04-08T03:04:30 I’m goign to bed though, will look at that tomorrow daytime 2016-04-08T03:04:45 np, going to bed myself soon 2016-04-08T03:05:00 weren’t even expecting you to answer tonight 2016-04-08T03:05:17 this shit doesn’t look too expensive on digikey 2016-04-08T03:05:40 and they even have a $50 evalboard, unlike the $500 evalboards all the others have 2016-04-08T03:06:10 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/maxim-integrated/MAXREFDES14%23/MAXREFDES14%23-ND/4866381 2016-04-08T03:09:34 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T03:11:09 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T03:11:38 found replacement for Dave https://www.youtube.com/user/devttys0/videos 2016-04-08T03:13:36 his free equipment shelf collapsed 2016-04-08T03:13:43 they’re still digging him out 2016-04-08T03:20:54 -!- amstan_ [~amstan@aichallenge/admin/amstan] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T03:21:33 can i safely talk about keil c51 2016-04-08T03:27:28 lul 2016-04-08T03:27:36 getting slowly fatter 2016-04-08T03:28:08 I have correct BMI, but body fat in wrong places :-S 2016-04-08T03:28:25 need more excersize 2016-04-08T03:28:46 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-08T03:29:14 BMI is weird, not sure if i trust it 2016-04-08T03:29:36 it seems to be really hard to be underweight as its nonlinear in the underweight direction 2016-04-08T03:30:32 BMI is dumb 2016-04-08T03:33:39 yup 2016-04-08T03:38:23 heh nice 2016-04-08T03:38:33 got a sweet deal on this broken hotplate/stirrer 2016-04-08T03:38:35 broken 2016-04-08T03:38:46 just had to short 2 wires and its fixed 2016-04-08T03:52:38 how will you trigger without a trigger switch 2016-04-08T03:56:23 -!- Frans-Willem [~quassel@5355D614.cm-6-6d.dynamic.ziggo.nl] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-08T03:57:29 -!- Frans-Willem [~quassel@5355D614.cm-6-6d.dynamic.ziggo.nl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T03:57:54 ohsix not even 2016-04-08T03:57:59 it has an external temp sensor 2016-04-08T03:57:59 emergency triggering button: autoposts edgelord comments on twitter 2016-04-08T03:58:09 but if you arent using that you short 2 pins 2016-04-08T03:58:16 this could be a product – usb connected foot pedal 2016-04-08T03:58:31 http://www.ika.com/owa/ika/catalog.product_detail?iProduct=3810000 2016-04-08T03:58:36 pretty legit one 2016-04-08T03:59:05 hmm works here 2016-04-08T03:59:20 holy shit thats expensive 2016-04-08T03:59:30 is ReadError in UK? 2016-04-08T03:59:46 swings the magnet like a bau5 2016-04-08T03:59:49 USA m8 2016-04-08T03:59:56 u wot m8 2016-04-08T03:59:57 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T04:00:05 are you running a meth lab? 2016-04-08T04:00:13 no 2016-04-08T04:00:18 meth is gross 2016-04-08T04:00:19 boring then πŸ˜› 2016-04-08T04:00:24 true πŸ˜€ 2016-04-08T04:01:14 ohsix uses a PTC1000 2016-04-08T04:01:46 today I had another product idea 2016-04-08T04:02:02 double ended dildong? 2016-04-08T04:02:08 animatronic robot shop assistant for automated checkouts 2016-04-08T04:02:21 you could have different ironic ones 2016-04-08T04:02:38 like one that has baseball cap and says “U WOT M8” 2016-04-08T04:02:48 “GIVE ME UR COINS M8″ 2016-04-08T04:02:56 and then maybe asian waifu one 2016-04-08T04:02:57 and so on 2016-04-08T04:03:31 did I mention I was high when this happened 2016-04-08T04:03:36 maybe its still a good idea 2016-04-08T04:04:09 hogwarts is a drug free campus I thought? 2016-04-08T04:04:52 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/9nM1rGLd/IMG_1406.JPG 2016-04-08T04:04:58 cuttin dis bitch right now 2016-04-08T04:05:04 ‘alf a brick ayeee 2016-04-08T04:06:22 $39/2 2016-04-08T04:06:31 7075 1″ thick 2016-04-08T04:06:37 even better idea 2016-04-08T04:06:46 microsoft tay hooked up to an automated checkout 2016-04-08T04:06:51 truly epic lulz 2016-04-08T04:07:01 amazon actually has really good metal prices 2016-04-08T04:07:12 better than mouser and other non-metal-only sellers 2016-04-08T04:07:29 nah 2016-04-08T04:07:33 CBA 2016-04-08T04:07:49 why would you buy metal on amazon O_oi 2016-04-08T04:07:56 why not? 2016-04-08T04:07:59 excellent values 2016-04-08T04:08:08 I guess if you need something specialist 2016-04-08T04:08:23 http://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Rectangular-Unpolished-Finish-Thickness/dp/B003ZHV3TM 2016-04-08T04:08:29 6061 Aluminum Rectangular Bar, Unpolished (Mill) Finish, 1/2″ Thickness, 4″ Width, 36″ Length 2016-04-08T04:08:31 I usually go down my street to raid local company bins πŸ˜› 2016-04-08T04:08:35 $33 shipped 2016-04-08T04:08:39 they make JCB gearboxes 2016-04-08T04:09:17 to be fair I know the owners, they do CNC milling for me 2016-04-08T04:09:17 i really needed another piece of 7075 1/2″ x 4” 2016-04-08T04:09:26 but I bought the last one the other week 2016-04-08T04:09:48 30303 2016-04-08T04:09:52 theres places in ATL 2016-04-08T04:10:05 I got a quote from metal supermarkets 2016-04-08T04:10:11 and it was much higher than amazon 2016-04-08T04:10:27 it was like 87$ for the same shit lol 2016-04-08T04:10:53 either way, prime is easy 2016-04-08T04:11:02 driving down would take 1.25hrs 2016-04-08T04:11:03 each way 2016-04-08T04:11:16 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-08T04:11:24 i rarely cut metal 2016-04-08T04:11:35 muricans seem to actually enjoy driving for hours and hours πŸ˜› 2016-04-08T04:11:42 just need it for this one project 2016-04-08T04:12:50 if i needed more i would consider it 2016-04-08T04:12:55 I got stuck on a coach from NYC to Toronto once, that was the most bored I have ever been 2016-04-08T04:18:01 TIL: Creme Puff (August 3, 1967 – August 6, 2005) was an American cat who died aged 38 years and 3 days (or 168 cat years). She was the oldest cat ever recorded, according to the 2010 edition of Guinness World Records.[1][2][3] 2016-04-08T04:18:06 38 fucking years 2016-04-08T04:19:22 oh right, on topic 2016-04-08T04:19:24 https://www.reddit.com/r/uwotm8 2016-04-08T04:22:49 WE WAZ M8TZ N SHIEEEETTT 2016-04-08T04:23:20 relax and ava wank m8 2016-04-08T04:24:47 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bExsS0yw6g8 2016-04-08T04:25:43 jesus I think I had an aneurysm trying to read that 2016-04-08T04:27:49 the full Crusading Otter back catalogue seems to have disappeared from the nets 2016-04-08T04:28:08 such a shame 2016-04-08T04:30:17 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LU3Vxdu4bWY 2016-04-08T04:37:23 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T04:49:44 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d41dc1.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T04:52:15 -!- dekar [~dekar@55d411fa.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T04:56:03 wow that’s cheap 2016-04-08T04:56:18 Hirose wants $1200 for a fucking hand crimp 2016-04-08T04:56:30 picked up some jap styled non-ratcheting one for $50 2016-04-08T04:56:30 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T04:56:40 and it’s got transformer themed grips 2016-04-08T04:58:04 https://www.amazon.ca/Engineer-PA-09-Micro-Connector-Crimpers/dp/B002AVVO7K?ie=UTF8&ref_=pe_386430_189358230_TE_item 2016-04-08T04:58:23 check out those grips 2016-04-08T04:58:26 ROBOTS IN DISGUISE 2016-04-08T05:06:19 -!- scrts [~quassel@unaffiliated/scrts] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T05:09:28 -!- scrts [~quassel@unaffiliated/scrts] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T05:17:23 -!- scrts [~quassel@unaffiliated/scrts] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T05:18:46 -!- scrts [~quassel@unaffiliated/scrts] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T05:21:01 -!- maenthrie [maenthrie@gateway/shell/blinkenshell.org/x-hzbduggapmjipxcg] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T05:23:44 zyp, i did. she didnt have that one you linked. 2016-04-08T05:23:56 Sync: nice 2016-04-08T05:28:24 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-08T05:51:51 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-08T05:56:12 $@%#@$#@$#@ downloadable symbols 2016-04-08T06:00:48 wat 2016-04-08T06:01:00 did you use aidsfruit eagle library again 2016-04-08T06:01:03 and end up with a fucked footprint 2016-04-08T06:03:56 that guy you have on ignore 2016-04-08T06:03:59 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-08T06:07:14 haha no my pal was like if you want cooler cools, just get this http://www.coolingtechnique.com/img/rece/dissipatori/noctua/nh-d15s_c14s/noctua_nh_d15s_6.jpg 2016-04-08T06:07:19 so i did 2016-04-08T06:09:43 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T06:10:39 also its not the 6700-KIKE version so that helps too. 2016-04-08T06:10:49 even at 100% all cores it doesnt go over like 55C 2016-04-08T06:11:08 Im waiting for the new intels to drop 2016-04-08T06:11:13 they wont 2016-04-08T06:11:17 nothing too fun in kikelake 2016-04-08T06:11:25 no, like come out 2016-04-08T06:11:49 there was nothing in roadmap for at least a year 2016-04-08T06:11:50 last i looked 2016-04-08T06:11:57 some retarded broadwell mobile shit 2016-04-08T06:12:01 broadwell? 2016-04-08T06:12:10 kikelake-based xeons that cant run in desktop chipsets anymore 2016-04-08T06:12:14 all the shit looked boring 2016-04-08T06:12:38 http://wccftech.com/intel-2016-roadmap-leaked-confirms-kaby-lakes-10-core-broadwelle-apollo-lake-processors/ 2016-04-08T06:12:42 this junk 2016-04-08T06:13:12 broadwell-e 2016-04-08T06:13:35 140W socket 2011 for 6900K 2016-04-08T06:13:39 fuck off 2016-04-08T06:13:54 Im going xeon next 2016-04-08T06:13:57 64gb ram 2016-04-08T06:14:04 you can have 64gb ram in standard dekstop now 2016-04-08T06:14:11 16gb sticks * 4 2016-04-08T06:14:12 not in the i series 2016-04-08T06:14:15 32gb max 2016-04-08T06:14:16 yes in i series 2016-04-08T06:14:17 nope 2016-04-08T06:14:20 showme 2016-04-08T06:14:26 cpu is limited to 32bg 2016-04-08T06:14:28 gb 2016-04-08T06:14:36 Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type)64 GB 2016-04-08T06:14:37 6700k 2016-04-08T06:14:38 http://ark.intel.com/products/88196/Intel-Core-i7-6700-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-4_00-GHz 2016-04-08T06:14:42 6700 non-kike 2016-04-08T06:14:47 i have 32g nhow and 2 empty slots. 2016-04-08T06:14:51 so I can put in 32 more. 2016-04-08T06:15:01 -kike is same im sure. 2016-04-08T06:15:04 wtf 2016-04-08T06:15:10 no reason for the new broadwell shit to be limtied to 32 either 2016-04-08T06:15:12 so k doesnt 2016-04-08T06:15:19 but the other does 2016-04-08T06:15:23 wait wat 2016-04-08T06:15:34 ohsix: dont have anymore ddr4 2016-04-08T06:15:48 wtf was I looking at earlier hmm 2016-04-08T06:16:11 ReadError: no idea, both 6700 and /k are 64g max 2016-04-08T06:16:16 pretty sure all of kikelake is that 2016-04-08T06:16:25 cuz ddr4 can finally do 16gb/module 2016-04-08T06:16:29 thats new for desktop cpus then 2016-04-08T06:16:48 all previous gens was limited to 32 unless you went xeon 2016-04-08T06:17:02 can get 64gb for like 300$ 2016-04-08T06:19:25 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-4-117.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T06:19:45 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.24.75] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T06:20:52 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-08T06:35:15 i think i paid around $80 for this 32gb shit 2016-04-08T06:35:25 since i didnt carea bout gaymer spec 2016-04-08T06:37:44 -!- intart1 [~intart@190.167.172.101] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T06:39:04 -!- intart [~intart@190.167.24.75] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-08T06:42:17 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-08T06:55:37 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.50] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-08T07:13:54 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T07:15:50 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T07:17:38 well thats interesting 2016-04-08T07:17:42 altim just spammed me in japanese 2016-04-08T07:17:47 on email i’ve never given to altium 2016-04-08T07:19:22 .. about altium designer 16.1 thats coming soon 2016-04-08T07:19:47 http://www.altium.com/altium-designer/coming-soon 2016-04-08T07:22:54 thongs 2016-04-08T07:26:32 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-08T07:26:36 draftsman looks ok, hopefully i can stop mspainting how i wanna array shit and stuff 2016-04-08T07:29:05 http://www.altium.com/altium-designer/coming-soon 2016-04-08T07:29:21 -!- intart1 [~intart@190.167.172.101] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-08T07:30:50 sigh 2016-04-08T07:30:53 fucking stm32 usb 2016-04-08T07:32:18 keep raging 2016-04-08T07:32:30 orcad is still completely awful 2016-04-08T07:32:44 i opened it up once to look at some dumb design before converting it to altium 2016-04-08T07:32:49 i couldnt even figure out how to zoom the pcb 2016-04-08T07:33:48 but you’re ok wiht paying $20k+ for equivalent cuckcad license?? 2016-04-08T07:34:14 3.5k orcad has barely more feateures than diptrace 3.0 2016-04-08T07:34:21 no its not 2016-04-08T07:34:23 yes 2016-04-08T07:34:33 3.5k orcad cant do diffpairs 2016-04-08T07:34:46 even $600 dicktrace can do it 2016-04-08T07:35:05 link 2016-04-08T07:35:09 show me where it says 2016-04-08T07:35:14 highspeed design 2016-04-08T07:35:16 for $3500 2016-04-08T07:35:17 orcad 2016-04-08T07:39:31 where’s pricing for that 2016-04-08T07:47:21 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-08T07:47:21 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T07:47:36 R2COM: $3500!??!! 2016-04-08T07:47:50 you paid $1.5K more then they were selling before 2016-04-08T07:48:06 I paid around 2K for it 2016-04-08T07:48:11 πŸ˜€ 2016-04-08T07:48:37 I get quoted about 10K for altium 2016-04-08T07:49:40 Protel has left such a bad taste from before…. 2016-04-08T07:49:47 I wouldn’t use it if they paid me $10K 2016-04-08T07:56:52 that tanner shit is pretty crazy 2016-04-08T07:56:57 always wondered what they used 2016-04-08T07:57:33 for silicone design 2016-04-08T07:58:02 https://www.mentor.com/tannereda/place-route 2016-04-08T07:59:03 -!- ReadError [readerror@ec2-50-19-189-163.compute-1.amazonaws.com] has quit [Excess Flood] 2016-04-08T07:59:34 stoner’d 2016-04-08T07:59:48 huh 2016-04-08T07:59:54 i bought some usb ra sockets somewehre 2016-04-08T07:59:55 not doing support at the moment 2016-04-08T08:00:00 R2COM: Pro 2016-04-08T08:00:00 and they have thse nice side posts 2016-04-08T08:00:04 but i cannot find the shit again 2016-04-08T08:01:06 R2COM: yep. plus I need to do enough jobs to justify it 2016-04-08T08:01:13 eagle is quicker for small stuff 2016-04-08T08:01:29 esp. now that I got a quick path for MCAD integration 2016-04-08T08:01:34 if you think orcad is great, yeah im sure “eagle” is “quicker” for small stuff 2016-04-08T08:01:39 kicad blows… no libraries 2016-04-08T08:01:39 http://i.imgur.com/F9A1XaVr.jpg 2016-04-08T08:01:41 any idea guise 2016-04-08T08:01:53 i want the one on right side 2016-04-08T08:01:56 dongs: it is not what I think… it is everyone else in the industry 2016-04-08T08:02:05 ds2: libraries? what teh fuck is that? 2016-04-08T08:02:14 OrCAD is the low end entry for Allegro 2016-04-08T08:02:17 -!- ReadError [readerror@ec2-50-19-189-163.compute-1.amazonaws.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T08:02:28 dongs: symbols/footprints…got a decent collection in eagle 2016-04-08T08:02:57 ds2, ?? it shouldnt take more than a few extra minutes to draw stuff you need to use 2016-04-08T08:03:07 dongs: I got some SoCs in my library 2016-04-08T08:03:18 try a few hours…plus I have built those so I know the libraries are right 2016-04-08T08:03:20 ohsix: yeah. but that split mounting pad 2016-04-08T08:03:27 ds2, exactly 2016-04-08T08:03:53 no, just right angle, nothing special 2016-04-08T08:04:01 that is standard footprint/layout/height 2016-04-08T08:04:06 just the mount part is diff 2016-04-08T08:04:27 i cannot find what the fuck those were, i thought it was molex but apaprentely not 2016-04-08T08:04:33 it is so nice to sanity check things with the mcad integration 2016-04-08T08:14:05 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/SruWwLmj/IMG_1409.JPG 2016-04-08T08:14:16 this thing has been going for a while 2016-04-08T08:16:06 cant now working on something else too 2016-04-08T08:22:48 thats it 2016-04-08T08:22:53 my 3D data was actually named by part# 2016-04-08T08:22:54 87520-0010BLF 2016-04-08T08:23:50 oh duh it says FCI right on the plastic part 2016-04-08T08:24:48 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-08T08:31:25 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-124.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T08:44:13 chatting microsoft to activate my windows 2016-04-08T08:44:19 on new hardware 2016-04-08T08:48:36 “oh please, PLEASE unka bill, I be good and do everything you ask if you’d just let me run your OS please” 2016-04-08T08:58:13 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-124.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-08T09:03:03 -!- chipsMonstret [uid126449@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-hksgqnrujzqwoqsm] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:04:40 nice, fixed 2016-04-08T09:04:45 wut 2016-04-08T09:11:45 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-kkylkcphksmlobpt] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:12:29 tehy did try to sell me MICROSOFT PREMIER SUPPORT 2016-04-08T09:12:32 for only 16500 JPY/year 2016-04-08T09:12:36 something about antivierus 2016-04-08T09:12:41 i was like wat no thanks 2016-04-08T09:13:24 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:14:16 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-4-117.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-08T09:16:25 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:33:07 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:37:24 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-4-117.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T09:37:53 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d41dc1.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-08T09:37:56 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-114-17.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T09:37:56 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-08T09:52:55 fuckign 4pm already 2016-04-08T09:53:00 thats waht happens when I sleep in until like 11 2016-04-08T09:53:04 didnt get shit done either 2016-04-08T09:53:09 assburgering all over the place 2016-04-08T09:54:24 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-08T10:01:34 ya? how does that work 2016-04-08T10:02:17 ah nice 2016-04-08T10:02:23 yeah they gotta somehow make use of that middleware 2016-04-08T10:02:26 that nobody actually wants 2016-04-08T10:10:31 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.178] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T10:12:34 did you name your in-game character “STM32” 2016-04-08T10:16:34 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-08T10:18:57 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T10:20:22 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.178] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-08T10:27:38 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T10:29:14 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-4-117.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-08T11:02:09 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-08T11:03:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.38] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:05:21 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T11:09:42 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:11:37 doesnt sound STM32 related at all 2016-04-08T11:15:54 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-08T11:19:32 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:21:56 -!- Alexer [~alexer@alexer.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T11:22:59 -!- Alexer [~alexer@alexer.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:27:44 -!- MrCircuitMatt [~max@libia104.ethz.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:47:24 dongs, you’re like ancient relic of irc, what clent do you use? 2016-04-08T11:47:36 and do you ahve a bouncer etc 2016-04-08T11:48:23 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:52:02 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T11:54:28 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.38] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-08T11:56:42 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-08T12:04:45 hi crt 2016-04-08T12:05:06 how was today? 2016-04-08T12:05:12 -!- MrCircuitMatt [~max@libia104.ethz.ch] has left ##stm32 [“Leaving”] 2016-04-08T12:07:12 i got mad bit by wasps today 2016-04-08T12:07:23 hand was stupid swollen most of the day 2016-04-08T12:07:34 nah, i nthe workshop 2016-04-08T12:09:04 nah, in the mechanical workshop o nthe farm, on hte bandsaw, mad wasp nest 2016-04-08T12:13:36 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.163.61] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T12:24:49 do you live on the farm ? 2016-04-08T12:27:11 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/e6nX6oIj/IMG_1410.JPG 2016-04-08T12:27:36 fucked this up good and proper, DOC and stepover is away too conservative 2016-04-08T12:27:41 its taking ages 2016-04-08T12:28:38 by that i mean, 12hrs so far loool 2016-04-08T12:31:47 motor mounts for these mountainboard hangers 2016-04-08T12:31:53 well part of the motor mount 2016-04-08T12:32:21 hopefully i only need to cut 1 set ever 2016-04-08T12:32:49 if i fuck up tapping them im going to be super upset/sad 2016-04-08T12:33:40 np 2016-04-08T12:36:03 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T12:40:52 ReadError, no i dont live on the farm 2016-04-08T12:43:16 crt that tts guy doign the presentation pronounces mono-stable as mon-ost-able 2016-04-08T12:45:44 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T12:46:35 i doubt an aspie would be giving a presentation 2016-04-08T12:49:29 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T12:50:04 ” crt that tts guy ” 2016-04-08T12:50:12 ” crt that TTS guy ” 2016-04-08T12:50:24 ” crt that text to speech guy ” 2016-04-08T12:52:09 wut 2016-04-08T12:52:18 are u 9 bro? 2016-04-08T12:54:05 was gonna say, the world has evolved m8, it’s all about VR Porn these days 2016-04-08T12:56:49 your pots on teh pstn 2016-04-08T12:57:12 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T13:07:03 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T13:14:29 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPo6DMraYXU&nohtml5=False 2016-04-08T13:20:11 decisions decisions 2016-04-08T13:20:20 how 2 get stoned now 2016-04-08T13:20:42 RFC dongs 2016-04-08T13:23:26 ReadError, spin in circles until you get dizzy 2016-04-08T13:24:04 Im a mature responsible person now with a real job 2016-04-08T13:24:09 I can afford drugs my friend 2016-04-08T13:24:33 as can i 2016-04-08T13:24:40 spinny days are behind me 2016-04-08T13:25:23 nah, spinning is great 2016-04-08T13:25:31 can beat spinning 2016-04-08T13:25:43 you sure can 2016-04-08T13:25:48 actually, what if you did beat spinning 2016-04-08T13:25:53 i wonder how that’d go 2016-04-08T13:26:13 too much effort ;( 2016-04-08T13:26:17 10/10 dizzy jizzy 2016-04-08T13:26:25 crt on that 2016-04-08T13:26:35 tell us how it goes 2016-04-08T13:26:48 ill call the paramedics just incase 2016-04-08T13:45:42 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16k-yhcRNk8 2016-04-08T13:53:48 -!- maenthrie [maenthrie@gateway/shell/blinkenshell.org/x-hzbduggapmjipxcg] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T13:55:55 neat 2016-04-08T13:56:07 P-CAD ascii seems to be a nice format that can be autogenerated 2016-04-08T13:56:11 to migrate footprints into altidong 2016-04-08T13:56:12 from say.. eagle 2016-04-08T13:56:17 ^ attn ds2 2016-04-08T13:56:29 the .lia shit 2016-04-08T13:56:46 heh it almost looks like dicktrace ascii 2016-04-08T13:56:52 lisp-style shit wiht ()’s 2016-04-08T13:56:57 dongs finally you can use the official tarduino header offsets now! 2016-04-08T14:09:48 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.163.61] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T14:23:23 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T14:23:55 -!- maenthrie [maenthrie@gateway/shell/blinkenshell.org/x-vajnfvsdxfdobdhk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:29:03 yea but pros dont trust/use that shit 2016-04-08T14:32:45 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.253] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:32:56 -!- nighty- [~cp@www.taiyolabs.com] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-08T14:37:08 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Writing-drawing-patents-for-OAPI/ 2016-04-08T14:37:49 zyp: MAX78615 looks kinda quirky, that isolated adc inputs sounds interesting in some ways, saves them having to have isolators for i2c/spi/uart, but often you just have an isolator on spi and you’re done. 2016-04-08T14:38:18 but yeah, itw ould simplify things, the one we use has interrupt out pins that we can’t use because we only have the spi isolator, so we just poll it frequently. 2016-04-08T14:38:26 spi speed is only 1Mhz, seems pretty shitt 2016-04-08T14:38:31 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Create-prototype-for-acceleration-sensor/ 2016-04-08T14:38:34 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-kkylkcphksmlobpt] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-08T14:38:34 wat 2016-04-08T14:39:04 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@2002:55d4:1dc1:0:9c59:a6c4:e7c7:1649] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:39:48 nice 2016-04-08T14:39:50 shitlancer banned me 2016-04-08T14:40:22 comment trolling? 2016-04-08T14:40:29 karlp, well, I’d also need an isolated power supply 2016-04-08T14:41:11 spi isolators seems small and cheap compared to the transformers 2016-04-08T14:41:34 but not needing an isolated DC/DC or something might make it worth it anyway 2016-04-08T14:41:37 i duno im getting 502s/502s 2016-04-08T14:41:39 er 503s 2016-04-08T14:41:49 same 2016-04-08T14:41:55 Error 503 Service Unavailable 2016-04-08T14:41:55 Service Unavailable 2016-04-08T14:41:55 Guru Meditation: 2016-04-08T14:41:55 XID: 2065825281 2016-04-08T14:41:59 rite k 2016-04-08T14:42:04 someone must have freeeelanceed some php on their site 2016-04-08T14:42:06 and madee a mistake 2016-04-08T14:42:08 also my ee key is fucked 2016-04-08T14:42:12 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 2016-04-08T14:42:13 eee 2016-04-08T14:42:14 niggers 2016-04-08T14:43:30 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-08T14:44:01 man talsit is one sensitive asshole 2016-04-08T14:44:05 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:45:41 -!- talsit [foobar@gromit.mixdown.ca] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:46:20 zyp: well, you need an isolated supply somewhere anyway, unless you want to just run the entire internals on the one supply. 2016-04-08T14:46:46 whether the measurement chip or just it’s AFEs are on the isolated domain sounds like 6 of one and half a dozen of the other. 2016-04-08T14:48:55 -!- nighty- [~cp@www.taiyolabs.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:51:51 that maxim part doesn’t seem to support rogowski coils either? 2016-04-08T14:55:27 btw, can someone explain to me why rogowski coil requires integrator, but normal current transformer doesn’t? 2016-04-08T14:56:05 -!- caspinol [~user@remote.airspeed.ie] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T14:56:54 rog coils don’t give you a direct current proportionally like a CT, you get a voltage based on the rate of change of the input 2016-04-08T14:57:15 yeah, like he quoted dikipedia or something 2016-04-08T14:57:23 just how the rog coil works. 2016-04-08T14:58:08 some of the measurement chips hve a switchabale integrator built in, some don’t 2016-04-08T14:58:31 the one on the ADE part we use has it, but you need to change the physical layout of the inputs too, so you have to decide ahead of time anyway. 2016-04-08T14:59:33 as i see it, there are two main differences in rogowski coil: 1) lack of iron core; and 2) the wire passed back through the center of the coil; i think 2) is just to zero out external fields, but does the iron core somehow integrate or why isn’t normal CT just sensing the derivative also? 2016-04-08T14:59:58 or is it that a normal CT is connected to low input impedance amplifier, whereas rog coil is usually connected to high input impedance amplifier? 2016-04-08T15:00:48 rog coil isn’t anythign like a “coil” in the normal sense. 2016-04-08T15:01:09 it looks like a coil to me πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T15:01:25 normal CT is just straight transformer theory, primary and secondary windings, proprortioanl output 2016-04-08T15:01:32 and also the equations seem like it would just give voltage relative to the change of the magnetic field passing through its center 2016-04-08T15:01:46 yes 2016-04-08T15:01:48 that is the idea 2016-04-08T15:02:10 well that’s part of it; i can see how normal transformer works out for sinusoidal currents; but for sinusoidal currents, the distinction between derivative and proportional doesn’t matter that much 2016-04-08T15:02:31 so i don’t understand how normal transformers manage to give proportional output if rog coil does not 2016-04-08T15:03:01 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T15:03:37 why doesn’t normal transformer have 1) core field proportional to primary current and 2) secondary voltage according to derivative of core field? 2016-04-08T15:05:32 karlp, the maxim chip supplies power through the same transformer that passes data 2016-04-08T15:05:44 yeah, read that later, kinda tricksy πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T15:06:03 still need an isolated supply though right? 2016-04-08T15:06:09 just now you don’t need a mains side supply as well. 2016-04-08T15:06:18 sure 2016-04-08T15:06:54 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.253] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T15:07:41 you’re suggesting I run an unisolated AC/DC followed by isolated DC/DC? 2016-04-08T15:07:43 api for the part looks basically pretty similar to most of the ones I’ve looked at, 2016-04-08T15:08:03 zyp: that woudl have been my first model, yeah. 2016-04-08T15:08:24 any decent unisolated AC/DC modules I should look at? 2016-04-08T15:08:42 no idea, we hacked up a super cheap capacitive one. 2016-04-08T15:08:57 you want more power, because you’d need to run the isolated dc/dc off it too. 2016-04-08T15:09:02 yeah 2016-04-08T15:09:23 we just cheated and got the “isolated” dc/dc as an extra input to the device. 2016-04-08T15:15:32 heh, it has their own rs485 multidrop protcol. 2016-04-08T15:15:46 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T15:19:49 uhm rogowski coil 2016-04-08T15:19:53 knowledge gathered 2016-04-08T15:20:59 rog coils were harder to measure in the past, smaller signals, more maths, so all the old power meter stuff used big 5A CTs, 2016-04-08T15:21:26 alllll hte big vendors have either already brought out or have announced tehy’re coming out with “flexible coil” sensors these days, 2016-04-08T15:21:45 cheaper, smaller, easier to install, and _nowadays_ just as accurate. 2016-04-08T15:22:01 well, not always hceaper, depends who you’re buyig from 2016-04-08T15:23:04 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T15:32:22 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T15:46:54 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T15:56:34 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-103-184.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-08T16:00:56 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T16:09:17 -!- saph0 [~hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has quit [Quit: z0mbie timeout] 2016-04-08T16:24:18 hm 2016-04-08T16:33:45 2daves1cup 2016-04-08T16:34:01 follow on teh eevpatreon channel 2016-04-08T16:39:12 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T16:54:01 feelacner is back 2016-04-08T16:54:06 the card skimmer guy still trying 2016-04-08T16:54:10 7th repost 2016-04-08T16:55:48 fucking new st site is fuckz0r 2016-04-08T16:56:02 haha so that mobile shit was actually legit? 2016-04-08T16:56:18 yeah, google has links to things I want, all busted, search terms are useless. 2016-04-08T16:56:31 e200z 2016-04-08T16:56:45 http://i.imgur.com/f71pHD3.png check out this pro piracy enabling socket lol 2016-04-08T16:57:46 The smartest way to find your STM32 & STM8 microcontroller 2016-04-08T16:57:46 The smartest way to find your STM32 & STM8 microcontroller 2016-04-08T16:57:46 ST-MCU-FINDER is a free application for smartphones and tablets that guides you through the portfolio of more than 700 STM32 and STM8 MCUs, and helps you select the product that best fit your application. 2016-04-08T16:57:53 im acutally gon check that out 2016-04-08T16:58:01 i bet tis jsut the cubemx selector thing 2016-04-08T16:58:23 dongs: what is that socket? 2016-04-08T16:58:37 it’s insane 2016-04-08T16:58:57 kakimir: piracy enabler 2016-04-08T16:59:05 I wonder what is the biggest package by pincount there is 2016-04-08T17:00:05 surely that $20000 xilinx fpga 2016-04-08T17:00:20 is choosing a stm32 that hard you need app for it? 2016-04-08T17:00:34 yes 2016-04-08T17:00:46 you know key features by series 2016-04-08T17:01:00 and number of shiet as number goes bigger 2016-04-08T17:01:39 kakimir: here you go http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/xilinx-inc/XC7V2000T-G2FLG1925E/XC7V2000T-G2FLG1925E-ND/3981901 2016-04-08T17:17:25 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-08T17:19:15 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-08T17:31:58 -!- jonsowman [~jonsowman@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T17:32:17 so then, I2C clock stretching 2016-04-08T17:32:33 how can I configure the time between the slave releasing SCL and the master (stm32) sampling sda? 2016-04-08T17:32:34 are you being slave or master? 2016-04-08T17:32:43 st website change again? 2016-04-08T17:32:56 stm32 master, HTU21 (temp/humidity sensor) slave 2016-04-08T17:33:05 the htu21 clock stretches during measurement 2016-04-08T17:33:06 inca, looks like it, I was annoyed over broken links due to that yesterday 2016-04-08T17:33:28 I am finding that the MSbit of the returned data is 1 when it should be 0 2016-04-08T17:33:34 * inca wonders when they will go UNIX and lock that stuff down 2016-04-08T17:33:46 it’s so slow =( 2016-04-08T17:34:04 i suspect this to be because sda is high during clock stretching and once the slave releases scl, the stm32 samples sda too soon (before the slave drives sda to 0) 2016-04-08T17:35:18 have you checked the bus activity with a LA? 2016-04-08T17:35:33 yes 2016-04-08T17:35:41 https://www.dropbox.com/s/kww7qob4vt6aevw/Screenshot%202016-04-08%2015.25.25.png?dl=0 2016-04-08T17:35:43 slave should drive sda to 0 before releasing scl 2016-04-08T17:36:18 oh, and it does 2016-04-08T17:36:21 it does, but that interval is 62.5ns which is the sampling period of the LA 2016-04-08T17:36:24 16MHz 2016-04-08T17:36:46 right 2016-04-08T17:36:58 in any case, the stm32 reads a ‘1’ there 2016-04-08T17:37:01 (sometimes) 2016-04-08T17:37:12 about 50% of the time it reads 0 as it should 2016-04-08T17:37:37 this really sounds like bad behavior on the slave’s part 2016-04-08T17:37:58 could well be 2016-04-08T17:38:05 it’s a fairly commonly used device! 2016-04-08T17:38:08 doesn’t mean much i suppose 2016-04-08T17:38:34 maybe your pullups are too strong, perhaps it doesn’t manage to drive sda low enough before scl is pulled high 2016-04-08T17:38:49 interesting 2016-04-08T17:38:54 ok, i’ll try changing them 2016-04-08T17:38:59 I’m just guessing wildly πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T17:39:06 well it sounds plausible 2016-04-08T17:39:15 usually the problem is that they are to weak so stuff aren’t rising fast enough 2016-04-08T17:39:36 is there any way of configuring how long the stm32 waits after that rising SCL edge before sampling SDA? (using SDADEL or SCLDEL) 2016-04-08T17:40:11 damn… can’t seem to get to the webpage for USB host driver package 2016-04-08T17:41:20 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-08T17:42:44 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-08T17:44:05 there we go. cached link from yesterday’s sleepless browsing. 2016-04-08T17:46:20 zyp: you were right 2016-04-08T17:46:26 removed the 4k7 pullups 2016-04-08T17:46:32 using the stm32 internal ones only 2016-04-08T17:46:33 works fine 2016-04-08T17:47:50 the examples are IAR’s EWARM? really? 2016-04-08T17:51:26 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-08T17:53:15 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-67-231.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:00:34 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-08T18:02:34 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-08T18:04:33 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:08:50 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-08T18:14:35 http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/shocking-tiny-sex-robot-looks-7564114 2016-04-08T18:14:38 lolling 2016-04-08T18:14:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.149.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T18:14:47 kakimir waifu 2016-04-08T18:17:04 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:20:53 karlp, looks like AD has some similar thing to the maxim one, except with internal insulation in the ADC chips 2016-04-08T18:20:56 http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADE7978_7933_7932.pdf 2016-04-08T18:23:26 isolation* 2016-04-08T18:23:37 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.135] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:23:54 the ADC chips looks fairly big though 2016-04-08T18:26:49 https://www.flickr.com/photos/91049302@N00/sets/72157636929911016 2016-04-08T18:31:26 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:33:47 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T18:36:26 zyp: sexy 2016-04-08T18:37:25 now I’m just missing a single chip solution with internal isolation :p 2016-04-08T18:39:27 ahh, teridian is maxim now, right. 2016-04-08T18:39:30 hey, this datasheet actually describes how to hook it up for delta metering 2016-04-08T18:39:49 none of the others I’ve read said how, just that it were possible :p 2016-04-08T18:39:52 have you looked at cirrus parts at all? I think we had a dev board here when I started, never used it though 2016-04-08T18:39:58 no 2016-04-08T18:41:51 delta metering hooks up like I expected 2016-04-08T18:42:51 just treat one phase conductor as if it were N in a wye hookup, hook up the other two like normal 2016-04-08T18:43:21 this thing says nothing about a single phase mode though 2016-04-08T18:43:45 but I guess any hookup would just work and do the right thing even if only one phase is supplied 2016-04-08T18:44:29 normally only requirement is that single phases uses channel “A” sort of thing 2016-04-08T18:49:29 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-08T18:50:54 hmm, maxim got some examples where isolation just consists of a transformer on the voltage inputs 2016-04-08T18:52:03 that’s of course also a possible solution 2016-04-08T18:52:13 but idk how small those would be 2016-04-08T18:56:53 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T19:02:02 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-08T19:04:55 so lattice ICE shit needs separate ide than diamond? 2016-04-08T19:04:57 what the fuck 2016-04-08T19:05:01 why do they make that shit so much more confusing 2016-04-08T19:07:24 lattice fucking gets it 2016-04-08T19:07:31 “4+ character password” rule 2016-04-08T19:12:52 emeb: what can you do in 3520LUTS 2016-04-08T19:14:36 dongs: it looks like a fair amount actually. 2016-04-08T19:14:52 I’ve got some simple stuff running right now that only takes about 1% of the resources 2016-04-08T19:15:22 mhm 2016-04-08T19:15:26 and these Ultra parts have a bunch of hard IP cores for DSP, SPI, I2C and PLLs that will help reduce the utilization in the fabric. 2016-04-08T19:15:31 and thats using opensauce? 2016-04-08T19:15:35 No 2016-04-08T19:15:43 the timeIcecube? 2016-04-08T19:15:48 the Ultra parts aren’t supported by the FOSS tools 2016-04-08T19:15:59 Have to use Lattice’s “icecube2” 2016-04-08T19:16:08 which when i clicked download 2016-04-08T19:16:15 looked like some insane collection of shit 2016-04-08T19:16:18 synplify + some otehr crap 2016-04-08T19:16:22 just like back in actel days 2016-04-08T19:16:33 Yeah – it’s a Lattice wrapper on top of Synplicity. 2016-04-08T19:16:36 have to run 5 apps to go from .v to bitstream 2016-04-08T19:16:42 Almost no one writes their own synth tools. 2016-04-08T19:17:01 but the GUI does all that for you w/o fuss. 2016-04-08T19:17:08 hmm. 2016-04-08T19:17:16 whats the max SPI interface speed? 2016-04-08T19:17:21 can it do like 80-90mhz? 2016-04-08T19:17:35 They claim that 100MHz is the top end for the technology 2016-04-08T19:17:42 mhm 2016-04-08T19:17:49 dunno if you can actually run usable circuits that fast tho 2016-04-08T19:18:09 fMAX Maximum SCK clock frequency Ҁ” Ҁ” 45 MHz 2016-04-08T19:18:12 thats a boner 2016-04-08T19:18:46 wonder if serial->parallel converter with some enable bits would work at ~80mhz 2016-04-08T19:18:53 thinking mpeg2ts-like stuff 2016-04-08T19:19:19 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T19:19:20 Might be pushing it if you need 80MHz I/O 2016-04-08T19:19:34 probably work fine internally, but I/O is usally slower. 2016-04-08T19:20:07 hmm datasheet says 250mhz for lvcmos inputs 2016-04-08T19:20:13 and outputs 2016-04-08T19:20:20 looking at ice40ultraor wahtever 2016-04-08T19:20:24 hmm. 2016-04-08T19:20:28 not bad 2016-04-08T19:20:32 dunno what “sysIO buffer” is 2016-04-08T19:20:41 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-08T19:21:00 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T19:21:07 185mhz max fCLK for teh global clock buffer 2016-04-08T19:21:47 where’s configuration data? 2016-04-08T19:21:54 on-chip shit? or you gotta hang external spi trash 2016-04-08T19:22:01 either 2016-04-08T19:22:05 er.. 2016-04-08T19:22:14 there’s on-chip NV 2016-04-08T19:22:22 or external spi flash 2016-04-08T19:22:27 does it not fit entire design? 2016-04-08T19:22:27 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T19:22:36 huh? 2016-04-08T19:22:42 welwl, why the fuck is tehre 2 ways to do ti 2016-04-08T19:22:44 internal NV holds full design 2016-04-08T19:22:52 yea, so why have extenral config for? 2016-04-08T19:23:00 some self-updating thing? 2016-04-08T19:23:07 bootloading? 2016-04-08T19:23:08 external can hold multiple designs 2016-04-08T19:23:12 i see. 2016-04-08T19:23:25 I’m not sure but internal may be OTP 2016-04-08T19:23:57 so if you anticipate updates then external may be required 2016-04-08T19:24:35 also there’s slave mode so you can have an MCU load it 2016-04-08T19:24:51 some folks store the FPGA config in on-chip flash of an MCU 2016-04-08T19:24:52 i guess configuration file isnt that big even for a full thing? 2016-04-08T19:25:05 it’s about 70kB on this 4k part 2016-04-08T19:25:11 i think the datasheet tells how many bits it is 2016-04-08T19:25:22 devices also have an on-chip, one-time programmable NVCM (Non-volatile Configuration Memory) 2016-04-08T19:25:25 to store configuration data. The 2016-04-08T19:25:26 lol it is otp 2016-04-08T19:25:28 you can also compress it a bit if your design is simple 2016-04-08T19:26:08 jpa-: yeah – bitstreams can be very sparse 2016-04-08T19:26:30 -!- metRo_ [c17e50f9@gateway/web/freenode/ip.193.126.80.249] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T19:27:49 Table 8. Bitstream Sizes for Different iCE40 FPGA Densities Used to Select a SPI Flash 2016-04-08T19:28:00 i wonder if anyone has made a binary-to-.c utility that generates self-decompressing function 2016-04-08T19:28:01 looks like 128k max 2016-04-08T19:28:09 70k for uce5 stuff 2016-04-08T19:28:30 jpa, self-decompressing how? 2016-04-08T19:28:36 on mcu that’d be in flash anyway 2016-04-08T19:28:50 so you have nowhere to decompress 2016-04-08T19:28:55 i mean like you don’t have to mind about including and messing with decompression algorithm separately 2016-04-08T19:28:56 on-the-fly 2016-04-08T19:29:13 expands a small table to the full 70k 2016-04-08T19:29:21 and yeah, something like void decompress_my_crap(uint8_t *buffer, size_t length, size_t offset); or with callbacks 2016-04-08T19:29:44 sounds like a project for jpa πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T19:29:50 probably easist to have something streaming instead 2016-04-08T19:29:53 if you dont need random access. 2016-04-08T19:29:57 yes 2016-04-08T19:30:02 no point in random 2016-04-08T19:30:02 true 2016-04-08T19:30:07 cuz random access in compressed shit gonna be hard + useless 2016-04-08T19:30:28 -!- caspinol [~user@remote.airspeed.ie] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T19:30:44 don’t need randoma ccess, 2016-04-08T19:30:47 so void begin_shitting(state_t *state); void shit_moar(state_t *state, uint8_t *buf, size_t count); 2016-04-08T19:30:48 at compress time it decides if compression is worth it 2016-04-08T19:30:52 just blasting a decompressed bitstram to the fpga 2016-04-08T19:31:13 but i guess it would be annoying to try make it sane if you have multiple compressed files 2016-04-08T19:31:27 C would pick first implementation of symbol, though.. hmm. 2016-04-08T19:34:16 heh – ran binary stats on a config file – 91% of all data is 0x00 2016-04-08T19:34:32 ya sure 2016-04-08T19:34:35 you could probly just RLE it 2016-04-08T19:34:39 and get it down small enough 2016-04-08T19:34:43 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-08T19:37:22 67kB -> 23kB with lzo compression on one of my images 2016-04-08T19:37:24 -!- barthess [~barthess@178.121.250.51] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T19:38:00 though only 12% total utilization there 2016-04-08T19:39:33 k gonna pick up a ICE5LP4K-B-EVN 2016-04-08T19:40:30 lol why is aidsfruit shit on digikey 2016-04-08T19:40:44 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/adafruit-industries-llc/1163/1528-1065-ND/5022794 2016-04-08T19:41:32 I got one of those ice5 dev boards the other day 2016-04-08T19:41:41 same one? ‘kay 2016-04-08T19:41:46 it has everything I need right? 2016-04-08T19:41:49 wrote some code on it this morning – made the RGB LED cycle. 2016-04-08T19:41:53 ya – works fine. 2016-04-08T19:42:32 funny – there’s an unpopulated “PMOD CONNECTOR” on it for digilent pmods. 2016-04-08T19:42:49 but it’s 2.0mm pin pitch – pmods are actually 2.54 pitch, so useless. 2016-04-08T19:43:22 sounds pro 2016-04-08T19:43:36 grab all their appnotes 2016-04-08T19:43:53 yeah, on the way 2016-04-08T19:44:02 while writing test code discovered that the verilog instantiation for the on-chip 10kHz osc provides the wrong port names. 2016-04-08T19:44:18 what tool chain? 2016-04-08T19:44:23 icecube2 2016-04-08T19:44:35 that’s the lattice one, right? 2016-04-08T19:44:50 the appnote says CLKLF_EN and CLKLF_PU but the names are really CLKLFEN and CLKLFPU 2016-04-08T19:45:01 yes – the official lattice tools 2016-04-08T19:45:11 more like CLKFUUUUU 2016-04-08T19:45:20 heh 2016-04-08T19:45:49 they provide windows and linux installs for that 2016-04-08T19:46:00 but the linux binaries are 32-bit OS only 2016-04-08T19:46:16 and refuse to run on 64-bit even if you have the compatibility libs installed. 2016-04-08T19:47:07 wrapper app actually checks uname and aborts if it doesn’t see the string it expects 2016-04-08T19:51:20 http://media.digikey.com/Photos/Lattice%20Semi%20Photos/ICE5LP4K-B-EVN.JPG heh wheer the fuc is the actual chip 2016-04-08T19:51:24 that FTDI thing is huEG 2016-04-08T19:51:55 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/17017364/0407160940.jpg 2016-04-08T19:52:05 where the arrow points 2016-04-08T19:52:10 they needed an arrow to point to it 2016-04-08T19:52:12 or else you’d miss it 2016-04-08T19:52:35 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-67-231.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-08T19:52:37 is RGB led actually BRG? 2016-04-08T19:52:41 yes 2016-04-08T19:52:54 individual LED chips, not WSxxx 2016-04-08T19:53:05 yea i can seee that from the board 2016-04-08T19:54:07 You should install the following software before you begin developing designs for the board: 2016-04-08T19:54:15 seems that all their USB download HW uses that FT2232 chip 2016-04-08T19:54:26 but only uses like 5 of the pins 2016-04-08T19:54:39 is the programmer shit still separate downlaod 2016-04-08T19:54:48 i dont see “diamong programmer” shit on theri page 2016-04-08T19:54:49 is it used as dumb jtag? 2016-04-08T19:55:04 ice stuff is SPI only 2016-04-08T19:55:06 not jtag 2016-04-08T19:55:08 ds2: seems like it would be as dumb spi 2016-04-08T19:55:09 yeah 2016-04-08T19:55:11 and it’s bitbanged IIRC 2016-04-08T19:55:18 lol thats awful 2016-04-08T19:55:23 isnt theree some FTDI with hardware SPI shit 2016-04-08T19:55:26 bitbang spi over USB – very slow. 2016-04-08T19:55:26 in a much smaller package, too 2016-04-08T19:56:28 emeb: hm, does it have to be slow? ftdi has fifo for stuff like that i think 2016-04-08T19:56:50 MPSSE is supposed to do it rather fast 2016-04-08T19:56:59 but idk how it’s implemented 2016-04-08T19:57:15 jpa-: dunno exactly what they’re doing, but it takes a good 20s to load up the config 2016-04-08T19:57:35 then they are doing something wrong πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T19:57:50 unless the eeprom chip is slooow 2016-04-08T19:57:53 thats not bad 2016-04-08T19:58:09 emeb: is that loading to fpga ram or to eeprom chip? 2016-04-08T19:58:27 i wrote xvsf player using mpeg>usb chip where I could only bitbang by sending one usb control request to toggle any gpio 2016-04-08T19:58:33 it took like 3 minutes to program in 8k cpld 2016-04-08T19:58:39 jpa-: loading to ram 2016-04-08T19:58:48 haha 2016-04-08T19:58:52 emeb: yeah, sounds slow then πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T19:59:07 my waveshare fpga shit loads pretty fast 2016-04-08T19:59:28 jpa-: part of that could be app / os / driver delays – it takes a good 5s before the previous config halts… 2016-04-08T19:59:33 in one work project they have lunix so like hundreds of megs of stuff; and only route to external world is 19200 bps; but fortunately linux will never have bugs so no need to update 2016-04-08T20:02:59 so the lattice diamond trash is just active-HDL + symplify or whatever? 2016-04-08T20:03:05 and some lattice-made GUI to shit them togehter? 2016-04-08T20:05:24 TCL is mentioned πŸ™ 2016-04-08T20:05:28 k bedtime 2016-04-08T20:05:30 all fpga stuff talks tcl 2016-04-08T20:05:35 because tcl is the language of gods 2016-04-08T20:06:03 i think you meant “tools” 2016-04-08T20:06:14 heh 2016-04-08T20:06:38 because tcl was what they used at Berkeley when all the EDA foundations were being laid. 2016-04-08T20:06:49 30 years ago. 2016-04-08T20:07:29 shame fpga tools are still as shitty as they were 30 years ago 2016-04-08T20:08:06 speaking as someone who has used EDA for a… long… time, they are getting a lot better. 2016-04-08T20:08:19 * emeb shakes cane at the juveniles on his greensward 2016-04-08T20:08:24 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-08T20:08:26 yeah, but you actually use geda 2016-04-08T20:08:31 haha 2016-04-08T20:08:38 does the official tool require you to be online to validate a license? 2016-04-08T20:08:56 diamond sems to use flexlm 2016-04-08T20:09:11 dongs: I started out on HILO back in 1988 – precursor to Verilog. 2016-04-08T20:09:16 so no 2016-04-08T20:09:58 dongs: but then you have to go ask for the .lic file? 2016-04-08T20:10:16 which probally expires after a year? 2016-04-08T20:10:19 yeah – you have to request a license.dat file. but they send it to you automatically / immediately. 2016-04-08T20:10:24 ds2: right 2016-04-08T20:10:26 blah 2016-04-08T20:10:30 nonstarter 2016-04-08T20:10:32 http://www.latticesemi.com/licenseprocessing/flexlmlicense.cfm?p=icecube&api=true 2016-04-08T20:10:38 lol ds2 and his fucking closedsores paranoia 2016-04-08T20:10:43 what, youre gonna be offline for a year? 2016-04-08T20:10:48 no 2016-04-08T20:10:58 I don’t care to have my IP locked up because their marketing changes their mind 2016-04-08T20:11:04 ds2: you can use FOSS icestorm tools for the LP/HX families 2016-04-08T20:11:05 loll… 2016-04-08T20:11:12 your sores will not go anywehre 2016-04-08T20:11:17 and bitstream files dont expire 2016-04-08T20:11:24 dongs: I went with OrCAD cuz they are willing to provide a dongle option 2016-04-08T20:11:24 and yeah, worst case, you can ghetto up some opensauce shit 2016-04-08T20:11:37 I need to be able to modify my IP 2016-04-08T20:11:40 well, consider that one can no longer get a toolchain to update code for ICE65 2016-04-08T20:11:45 and that is only a few years old 2016-04-08T20:11:53 I’m curious as to whether the icestorm team is looking at supporting the Ultra parts. 2016-04-08T20:11:56 that would rule. 2016-04-08T20:11:57 emeb: *nod* that’s the only thing that makes this FPGA worth considering 2016-04-08T20:12:21 xilinx/microsemi is a nonstarter cuz of that expiring license 2016-04-08T20:12:23 so if one is serious about being able to update product code some years later, such license crap is a real problem 2016-04-08T20:12:29 ds2: downside of the HX/LP parts is that the smallest non-bga part is a tqfp144 2016-04-08T20:12:38 -!- Shavik_ [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T20:12:53 emeb: I am willing to take on bga… 0.4mm, IIRC 2016-04-08T20:13:07 ds2: then you should be fine 2016-04-08T20:13:28 they have a QFN84 – but it’s double-row pads 2016-04-08T20:13:29 [ ] I verify that I am not an employee of Cadence Design Systems, Mentor Graphics Corporation, or Magma Design Automation 2016-04-08T20:13:32 emeb: microsemi had some very nice parts up until they required annual license renewal 2016-04-08T20:13:32 haha why? 2016-04-08T20:13:49 industrial espionage! 2016-04-08T20:13:49 racist lattice? 2016-04-08T20:13:55 emeb: those are all fine from my point of view 2016-04-08T20:14:36 the ice5 parts come in a plain QFN48 – I’ve got a breakout for that in the fab now. 2016-04-08T20:14:48 open source don’t matter…. being locked out of my own designs does 2016-04-08T20:14:49 yeah thats what i picked up 2016-04-08T20:14:51 anything denser than that I can’t do. 2016-04-08T20:14:59 and that breakout thing. 2016-04-08T20:15:04 emeb: CM’s aren’t that expensive 2016-04-08T20:15:30 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-08T20:15:32 ds2: don’t want to have to deal with a CM for prototypes & hobby stuff. 2016-04-08T20:16:07 emeb: no working relationship with one that handles small/rprotoruns? 2016-04-08T20:16:18 ds2: nah 2016-04-08T20:16:28 hah aardvarfk spi 2016-04-08T20:16:32 i acutally have TI’s clone of that 2016-04-08T20:16:39 wonder if it’ll be faster than onboard ftdi for flashing shit 2016-04-08T20:16:51 dongs: you want my diptrace for the breakout? 2016-04-08T20:17:10 emeb: nah, im gonna dick with evalboard for prototype and stick qfn48 into final design 2016-04-08T20:17:26 no need for actual 48pin breakout since i only need like 10 i/o s 2016-04-08T20:17:39 kk 2016-04-08T20:18:45 emeb: u using diptrace? 2016-04-08T20:18:58 ds2: yeah – for some newer stuff. 2016-04-08T20:19:05 im bummed my 2.x license no longer wokrs wiht 3.x πŸ™ 2016-04-08T20:19:05 haven’t used gEDA for a while. 2016-04-08T20:19:12 emeb: thats probly a good thing 2016-04-08T20:19:39 seems that the gEDA folks are losing interest in that toolchain. KiCAD is the new hotness. 2016-04-08T20:20:01 Considering that the PCB layout tool is based on source originally written for the Atari ST… 2016-04-08T20:20:34 dongs: I bought the diptrace 3.0 update 2016-04-08T20:20:36 $99 2016-04-08T20:20:40 o yea? 2016-04-08T20:20:45 haven’t installed it yet tho. 2016-04-08T20:20:46 from full->3.0? 2016-04-08T20:20:49 ya 2016-04-08T20:21:25 my clients who use diptrace are still on 2.x though, so no immediate need for it. 2016-04-08T20:21:37 emeb: do you know how well the eagle importer works? 2016-04-08T20:21:54 i hope it doesnt 2016-04-08T20:21:54 -!- Shavik_ is now known as Shavik 2016-04-08T20:21:56 ds2: I’ve never tried it. Don’t have any eagle designs. 2016-04-08T20:22:14 doh 2016-04-08T20:22:17 emeb: sounds like you got standard version 2016-04-08T20:22:26 ds2, afaik it makes you run some oepnsauce .ulp 2016-04-08T20:22:32 and just outputs dicktrace ascii 2016-04-08T20:22:32 dongs: yeah – 4L / 1k pins IIRC 2016-04-08T20:22:37 meh 2016-04-08T20:22:39 does the diptrace licensing model let you import any design size for viewing? 2016-04-08T20:22:47 ds2, yeah 2016-04-08T20:22:59 you can even troll the pincount thing just by coppasting 2016-04-08T20:23:10 there’s no size limitations on pcb in any version. 2016-04-08T20:23:18 just pins/layers 2016-04-08T20:23:18 dongs: so I can import a “large” eagle design and use it to generate 3D models with the smallest license? 2016-04-08T20:23:25 yes 2016-04-08T20:23:27 large == large pin counts 2016-04-08T20:23:46 might be worth it as a better MCAD integration tool 2016-04-08T20:24:01 they did finalyl add a .step exporter 2016-04-08T20:24:17 but their insistenc on using vrml/wrl shit for model data is pretty rage inducing 2016-04-08T20:24:25 cuz theres no proper .step->that converter that waorks 2016-04-08T20:24:49 wings3d or somesthing is some aids wehree you cant even model anything 2016-04-08T20:24:59 i think i tried some freetard converter before and it made shitty stuff 2016-04-08T20:25:08 component models needs to be VRML only? 2016-04-08T20:25:13 its .WRL 2016-04-08T20:25:19 or wahtever, yeah i think its some vrml thing 2016-04-08T20:25:20 dongs: hmm? .step to anything is easy 2016-04-08T20:25:26 using what? 2016-04-08T20:25:35 oh that kills it… vendors usually provide .step or .igs 2016-04-08T20:25:40 almost any MCAD software 2016-04-08T20:25:51 Rhino, ALibre, solidworks, proe, etc 2016-04-08T20:26:00 3dcontentcentral can export as wrl 2016-04-08T20:26:04 or even freecad 2016-04-08T20:26:05 and that works with dicktrace 2016-04-08T20:26:14 but its a ~website~ 2016-04-08T20:26:25 you’d have a heart attack that you ahve eto connect online to convert a model :p 2016-04-08T20:26:27 I don’t want to be converting formats around πŸ™ I can do that with eagle mostly 2016-04-08T20:27:07 pretty sure there’s some 3d trash for eagle 2016-04-08T20:27:11 using povray or something 2016-04-08T20:27:13 don’t think VRML is intended for MCAD 2016-04-08T20:27:24 ya no idea why dicktrace chose that for models 2016-04-08T20:27:35 no, povray is for visualization… there is the sketchup crap but that is horrible for mcad use 2016-04-08T20:27:39 because russia 2016-04-08T20:27:53 maybe they had some free delphi library for loading that shit 2016-04-08T20:27:56 the one that kind of works is the SAT coverter…. but eagle doesn’t handle components 2016-04-08T20:28:18 yeah – that delphi codebase. so pro 2016-04-08T20:28:50 almost as pro as altium 2016-04-08T20:29:04 lol 2016-04-08T20:30:49 iirc, rhino can output vrml just donno what details can get corrupted in the conversion 2016-04-08T20:31:00 a lot 2016-04-08T20:31:11 usually most models from 3dcontentcentral into dicktrace just ended up looking gray 2016-04-08T20:32:55 blah 2016-04-08T20:34:03 http://i.imgur.com/sl3zzB2.png hmm i dont have any dgood example of dicktrace 3d render 2016-04-08T20:37:12 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-08T20:37:16 needs moar pink 2016-04-08T20:38:40 sup lads? 2016-04-08T20:40:24 dongs: test code for RGB driver -> https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/17017364/test.v 2016-04-08T20:43:17 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T20:49:43 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d42427.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T20:49:55 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@2002:55d4:1dc1:0:9c59:a6c4:e7c7:1649] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-08T20:53:02 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.135] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T21:03:27 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-102-226.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T21:10:38 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.199] 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2016-04-08T22:12:36 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.34.136.151] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-08T22:17:50 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@193.231.195.178.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-08T22:18:16 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T22:20:48 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-08T22:25:51 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.199] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-08T22:25:54 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T22:30:15 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-102-226.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-08T22:31:43 what the… why would commented code still get compiled? 2016-04-08T22:32:44 new code not compiled or not linked or not flashed 2016-04-08T22:33:04 it’s compiled, linked, and executed 2016-04-08T22:33:18 debugger is breaking in a subcall 2016-04-08T22:36:54 oh for the sake of… 2016-04-08T22:37:17 wrong .elf targeted in debug config… I’ve been hacking at the wrong codebase for 2 hrs 2016-04-08T22:39:13 now a composite device shows up 2016-04-08T22:39:14 yay! 2016-04-08T22:49:11 Now I just need the driver inf to get that to be my CDC 2016-04-08T23:02:16 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-08T23:02:35 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T23:03:42 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T23:07:27 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-08T23:10:50 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-08T23:22:22 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 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leadership and stay here. — Day changed Sat Apr 09 2016 2016-04-09T00:08:18 http://www.amazon.de/Notebook-mit-Tastatur-aus-Schokolade/dp/B007H6POYW/ “Notebook with chocolate keyboard” 2016-04-09T00:25:15 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-102-226.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T00:28:51 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T01:07:54 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-09T01:46:52 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d41896.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T01:47:37 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d42427.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-09T01:53:52 Laurenceb_: http://static.ylilauta.org/files/wb/orig/az9r9vya/cuck.jpg 2016-04-09T01:59:52 old image is old 2016-04-09T02:02:28 trigger’d 2016-04-09T02:02:50 let’s do some stuff Laurenceb_ 2016-04-09T02:03:16 STOP TRIGGERING ME 2016-04-09T02:03:23 * Laurenceb_ goes to his safe space 2016-04-09T02:04:00 where rockoons fly past the karman line, and land by hot air ballutes 2016-04-09T02:04:40 and the chase team travels by concrete ducted trains 2016-04-09T02:06:07 hmm 2016-04-09T02:06:11 nice profecy 2016-04-09T02:06:42 *prophecy 2016-04-09T02:08:26 yup that describes it exactly 2016-04-09T02:19:37 turns out Mouser 789-P3A-201005U works perfectly with SP!ML eval boards 2016-04-09T02:19:49 well almost perfectly, needs a little trimming internally 2016-04-09T02:19:54 *SP1ML 2016-04-09T02:20:49 I’ve also drilled a couple of holes and plugged with epoxy to act as light pipes for the LEDs 2016-04-09T02:27:25 movie recomds? 2016-04-09T02:42:48 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-09T02:51:10 seriously wut 2016-04-09T02:51:11 https://news.slashdot.org/story/16/04/08/2054220/clinton-campaign-chair-the-american-people-can-handle-the-truth-on-ufos 2016-04-09T02:51:41 this https://news.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=8970369&cid=51871807 2016-04-09T02:51:50 yeah, thats one way to get traction πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-09T02:53:31 it’s like _all_ the candidates have gone insane 2016-04-09T02:57:55 attn kakimir: http://imgur.com/KLNiPLu 2016-04-09T02:58:01 typical Finnish scene 2016-04-09T02:58:37 what is going on there? 2016-04-09T02:59:06 Refugee with his waifu 2016-04-09T02:59:20 pedobear approves 2016-04-09T03:01:55 I see waifus 2016-04-09T03:02:07 2 waifu for the price of one 2016-04-09T03:02:34 kakimir, /hebe/ is that way 2016-04-09T03:02:44 Laurenceb_ said it 2016-04-09T03:02:46 not me 2016-04-09T03:04:06 >Parents reaction”We dont give a shit” 2016-04-09T03:04:06 true libertarians 2016-04-09T03:04:14 riding the trollercoaster 2016-04-09T03:04:17 where it says? 2016-04-09T03:04:44 first bong, then cookie 2016-04-09T03:08:30 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-09T03:09:50 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T03:10:48 ok enough /b/ for now 2016-04-09T03:16:40 you must be joking 2016-04-09T03:26:43 need high res spacex photos 2016-04-09T04:06:42 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-09T04:07:57 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV48f5D6kBY 2016-04-09T04:18:57 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T04:25:06 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-09T04:33:37 -!- KreAture_ is now known as KreAture_Zzz 2016-04-09T04:34:58 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T04:41:42 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-mqkwdehuufempkyh] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T04:44:39 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@2002:55d4:55a:0:90e3:f0b:9cff:e188] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T04:44:48 hm 2016-04-09T04:44:59 this usb device code in cubemx seems to correctly set things up 2016-04-09T04:45:11 I get a pcd interrupt signifying usb suspend then never get another interrupt 2016-04-09T04:46:34 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d41896.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-09T04:50:19 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-09T04:55:26 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T05:04:04 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-09T05:09:26 everyone is leaving. so ronery 2016-04-09T05:15:20 mousederr shipped 2016-04-09T05:16:28 emeb_mac: damn, i understand like 5 lines out of that 2016-04-09T05:16:30 im so fucked. 2016-04-09T05:17:14 dongs: you’ll get it – it’s easy 2016-04-09T05:18:20 -!- amstan [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T05:20:33 also does it really have some kinda “led driver” IP? 2016-04-09T05:21:11 dongs: yes – it has a high-current LED driver hooked to specific I/O pins 2016-04-09T05:22:07 but you have to provide inputs to that IP core – that’s what that SB_RGB_DRV module does 2016-04-09T05:26:01 hm i dont get it 2016-04-09T05:26:08 state[] is 3 bits for each led 2016-04-09T05:26:23 dongs: no 2016-04-09T05:26:27 isnt it? 2016-04-09T05:26:33 the high-current driver is just one bit each 2016-04-09T05:26:43 right, just on/off? 2016-04-09T05:26:47 yes 2016-04-09T05:26:58 right. and youre making fakepwm but whatis with state += 3 2016-04-09T05:27:23 state[2:0] is just 3 bits 2016-04-09T05:27:32 I’m not doing PWM – just on/off 2016-04-09T05:27:43 picking each bit off for R/G/B 2016-04-09T05:28:19 does += 3 just roll the thing with one bit off ? 2016-04-09T05:28:50 state it means + 1 2016-04-09T05:29:12 huh how? 2016-04-09T05:29:14 3 bits, radix decimal, value 1 2016-04-09T05:29:25 ‘3 d 1 2016-04-09T05:29:31 oh sigh.. 2016-04-09T05:29:43 it’s verilog’s way of describing a bit vector constant 2016-04-09T05:30:56 so that statement is just incrementing the register 2016-04-09T05:31:39 but why dos it need to be explicit 2016-04-09T05:31:45 just + 1 doesnt work? 2016-04-09T05:32:19 dongs: usually it does work 2016-04-09T05:32:27 I’m just being pedantic. πŸ™‚ 2016-04-09T05:32:43 verilog constants default to 32 bits if you don’t specify 2016-04-09T05:33:03 and any extra bits beyond the vector that you’re adding to are ignored. 2016-04-09T05:33:10 so +1 would work in this case. 2016-04-09T05:54:08 https://i.imgur.com/dvkIxy6.jpg zyp spotted 2016-04-09T06:03:03 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Manufacture-Product-Signage/ 2016-04-09T06:03:54 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/Build-Raspberry-device-that-detects/ 2016-04-09T06:46:29 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-09T07:01:57 where is the skimmer guy 2016-04-09T07:03:33 still there 2016-04-09T07:03:37 link? 2016-04-09T07:03:39 not seen 2016-04-09T07:04:58 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/C-Programming/Data-capture-Microcontroller-EEprom-10162387/ 2016-04-09T07:05:01 he keeps reposting it 2016-04-09T07:05:05 for the 7th time 2016-04-09T07:06:28 https://www.freelancer.com/u/techsyn6.html thats his profile but boring 2016-04-09T07:06:39 lol 2016-04-09T07:06:58 “And you must care about the purpose of the project. doesn’t matter to YOU what it’s used for.” 2016-04-09T07:07:00 I like how he doesnt have a design yet has to use certain parts? 2016-04-09T07:07:02 eh? 2016-04-09T07:07:22 lorenzo: previous posts he said must NOT care 2016-04-09T07:07:31 duno why its gone in this one 2016-04-09T07:07:31 Use: PIC18F24K22 or other part # thinnest package [url removed, login to view] No bigger. 2016-04-09T07:07:55 Use: PIC18F24K22 or other part # thinnest package 0.5mm No bigger. 2016-04-09T07:07:57 no url there 2016-04-09T07:08:43 lol 2016-04-09T07:08:53 must be regex for .*** 2016-04-09T07:09:00 yeah 2016-04-09T07:09:06 tehy freelanced someone to develop thier url filter 2016-04-09T07:09:07 and it shows 2016-04-09T07:11:26 http://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/microchip-technology/PIC18F24K22-I%2FML/PIC18F24K22-I%2FML-ND/2480356 just normal qfn wat 2016-04-09T07:28:03 no 2016-04-09T07:28:11 leave your pump at the door 2016-04-09T07:59:52 so i was chattin to this jew on freelancer yesterday and hes like “I’ll be back on sunday”. 2016-04-09T08:49:56 hopefully he’s back its a $700 job for 5 minutes of work 2016-04-09T08:50:03 ohsix should try freelancing 2016-04-09T08:50:12 race to teh bottom, get some reviews, t hen start rolling in cash 2016-04-09T08:58:04 you can refuse $700 for 5 mins of work if you want 2016-04-09T08:59:00 well then get back on it 2016-04-09T08:59:16 R2COM: do you have twitch 2016-04-09T08:59:24 you should livestream yourself making a PCB in orcad 2016-04-09T08:59:30 i’ve never seen pro orcad user do work 2016-04-09T08:59:37 twitch = gaymer streaming shit 2016-04-09T09:00:26 rea;;y 2016-04-09T09:00:31 https://www.livecoding.tv/ 2016-04-09T09:00:31 k linke me tos ome 2016-04-09T09:02:13 wat the fuck @ that livestreaming 2016-04-09T09:02:17 1st video is some dude in mspaint 2016-04-09T09:02:20 drawing some database shit 2016-04-09T09:02:23 IN MSPAINT 2016-04-09T09:03:41 oh god 2016-04-09T09:03:43 that video 2016-04-09T09:03:49 im like 1:00 in 2016-04-09T09:03:52 “t o change foot print” 2016-04-09T09:03:56 navigate to folder something what hte fuck 2016-04-09T09:04:26 ummmmmmmmmmmmm 2016-04-09T09:04:38 why should i *ever* leave EDA app to find a footprint 2016-04-09T09:05:05 can you not visually pick a footprint 2016-04-09T09:05:16 dude that looks fucking terrible 2016-04-09T09:05:25 2.45 minutes in 2016-04-09T09:05:28 he hasnt done anything useful 2016-04-09T09:06:08 R2COM: then link me to a USEFUL orcad video 2016-04-09T09:06:14 all the ones I’ve seen so far are fucking awful 2016-04-09T09:06:16 like this guys vid 2016-04-09T09:06:49 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-09T09:07:27 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJHwKAuH-gg lol 2016-04-09T09:08:01 > 43 minutes 2016-04-09T09:08:05 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T09:08:28 viet shit pc 2016-04-09T09:08:33 anyway R2COM link me to pro orcad use video 2016-04-09T09:08:43 like some guy actually doing something cool 2016-04-09T09:08:54 not just some idiot alt-tabbing between shitty UI and filemanager 2016-04-09T09:11:50 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T09:12:14 dude 2016-04-09T09:12:19 i cant evne figrue out what to do with it 2016-04-09T09:12:23 there’s like 500 different apps 2016-04-09T09:13:53 https://www.livecoding.tv/videos/?q=pcb 2016-04-09T09:14:15 haha pcb edits with kikecad 2016-04-09T09:15:53 haha 2016-04-09T09:15:54 no 2016-04-09T09:15:56 pros sleep in 2016-04-09T09:15:58 and work from home 2016-04-09T09:16:00 and make millions 2016-04-09T09:16:28 im agreeing wiht ohsix here 2016-04-09T09:16:36 pros sit in office and get shit done 2016-04-09T09:16:38 but you can’t find any evidence of that on the internet 2016-04-09T09:16:45 show me evidence of orcad pro usage 2016-04-09T09:16:56 or im gonna take a nap 2016-04-09T09:17:09 yes, where’s your twitch.tv 2016-04-09T09:17:14 lets see you use it for an hour 2016-04-09T09:19:44 ya 2016-04-09T09:20:12 like rarely. when Im doing non-NDA altidong stuff 2016-04-09T09:21:40 anyway, nap time 2016-04-09T09:22:08 R2COM: i picked up lattice icecube thing 2016-04-09T09:22:18 gonna write some nasty verilog for dmx junk 2016-04-09T09:22:24 cubed and squared 2016-04-09T09:22:36 its gonna be awful 2016-04-09T09:22:45 dongs will be a verilog god 2016-04-09T09:22:49 and maybe some junk to mix mpeg transport stream packets 2016-04-09T09:22:52 emeb_mac: no way. 2016-04-09T09:22:55 i dont get it at all 2016-04-09T09:23:09 ive tried seveeral years on and off to try and make sense of it, i just cant 2016-04-09T09:23:57 too much assburgers i guess. 2016-04-09T09:23:59 k naptime 2016-04-09T09:24:46 screw Dave destroying gear for fun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9ChhjOKyLA 2016-04-09T09:25:04 >Children in Africa could have eaten that multimeter ;_;ο»Ώ 2016-04-09T09:25:09 I could have too 2016-04-09T09:26:08 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-09T09:44:10 http://i.imgur.com/loBTEpJ.png lol using the ublox configurator feels like some space mission control room 2016-04-09T09:51:59 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-09T09:55:49 that phrase would’ve been better with a “by” 2016-04-09T10:04:06 -!- amstan [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T10:04:40 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-09T10:05:30 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T10:08:09 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T10:09:31 -!- upgrdman 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c4017_ [~c4017@d108-172-129-70.bchsia.telus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T11:10:03 not sure I would want to 2016-04-09T11:13:56 -!- sterna [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:18:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.132.171] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-09T11:21:06 so i know this sounds like a joke, but srsly, anyone know of a tool for finding memory leaks in java shits? 2016-04-09T11:22:27 my my swing app eats like 20MB per minute 2016-04-09T11:22:55 i think i might be somejow keep references to old gui widgets or someshit 2016-04-09T11:23:11 and im too lazy to fix my shit gui 2016-04-09T11:23:57 -!- sterna [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-09T11:23:57 -!- sterna1 [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:24:08 and its an internal tool, so “this app requires a modern pc” is fine but i feel bad 2016-04-09T11:24:35 k 2016-04-09T11:31:02 https://angel.co/good-co/jobs/115677-senor-ruby-on-rails-engineer?utm_campaign=talent&utm_content=promote_jobs_box-listing&utm_medium=al_tweet&utm_source=twitter&utm_term=good-co 2016-04-09T11:31:09 lol, seΓ±or 2016-04-09T11:33:59 I wonder why all programming job listings these days seems to be written by people stuck between childhood and adolescence 2016-04-09T11:34:09 like, “superman”, “rockstar dev” 2016-04-09T11:34:15 and shitty jokes 2016-04-09T11:38:50 -!- sterna1 [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-09T11:39:04 -!- sterna [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:39:07 -!- sterna [~Adium@h-79-136-64-196.na.cust.bahnhof.se] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-09T11:41:39 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:42:56 heating? 2016-04-09T11:43:06 it’s pretty cold outside 2016-04-09T11:44:09 sure, you didn’t specify 7.8MWh of electricity 2016-04-09T11:44:43 heh, that’s around a megawatt average 2016-04-09T11:45:17 sounds unreasonably high if it’s not for heating 2016-04-09T11:45:24 considering all the dissipated power goes to heat 2016-04-09T11:45:52 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.94] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:48:00 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:48:22 oh, right, 787 has that no-bleed system 2016-04-09T11:48:27 so heating is probably electrical 2016-04-09T11:50:39 even assuming each seat has a giant tv that drains 100W, that’s 200*100W = 200kW, 1MW sounds really a tad high 2016-04-09T11:55:15 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T11:55:44 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.160.94] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-09T11:56:42 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvHbXoNFMz4 2016-04-09T11:56:45 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T11:57:10 ops, wrong channel, well, still works 2016-04-09T11:59:20 last link givs me a not found 2016-04-09T12:01:21 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.133.43] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T12:01:38 20kW 2016-04-09T12:01:48 fuck i just noticed 2016-04-09T12:01:56 still drives the point further 2016-04-09T12:02:59 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T12:08:35 i havent updated in a wahile, i think the cat gotten bigger 2016-04-09T12:21:36 does hobbyking have parametric search for servos? i want low profile std size, very fast, with decent torque 2016-04-09T12:22:10 nope 2016-04-09T12:22:33 however,m check otu this website http://www.rcdetails.info/ 2016-04-09T12:22:35 hmm 2016-04-09T12:22:52 this could take a while then to probe their list 2016-04-09T12:22:58 k 2016-04-09T12:35:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.133.43] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-09T12:40:25 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.148.60] has 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2016-04-09T13:45:19 ohsix https://www.23andme.com/ancestry_composition_guide/ 2016-04-09T13:46:01 yea the shit it found is pretty accurate 2016-04-09T13:46:24 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.127] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T13:49:11 hey crt quit being unfunny 2016-04-09T13:50:36 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_recent_common_ancestor 2016-04-09T13:59:37 because they’re mad 2016-04-09T13:59:46 alllll the links in the world are broken. 2016-04-09T14:00:00 all the published links on stlinks, all the printed links on packaging, allllll busted 2016-04-09T14:00:42 it’s called progress 2016-04-09T14:02:53 crt you sound like you swagjacked dongs’ style 2016-04-09T14:07:45 hello stoners 2016-04-09T14:08:08 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T14:08:11 lol parametric searcxh on hobbyking 2016-04-09T14:08:59 is it routed by stm32 or something 2016-04-09T14:09:04 trying to udnerstand how its relevant to this channel 2016-04-09T14:13:39 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T14:16:10 ohsix can do it 2016-04-09T14:19:14 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T14:31:47 probably a good thing 2016-04-09T14:32:52 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.127] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-09T14:34:21 why even idling the channel if he blocks a decent fraction of active users 2016-04-09T14:37:01 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.138] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T14:38:22 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-09T14:39:48 crt: a ban will work too πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-09T14:40:34 it fits the “and leave for good” part 2016-04-09T14:40:53 no you couldnt 2016-04-09T14:41:06 better pump it up 2016-04-09T14:42:03 isnt aussieland all in sleep around this time? 2016-04-09T14:43:50 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfVxpXa-eP0 time to riot Laurenceb 2016-04-09T14:44:56 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-09T14:45:59 you must be in shitaustralia 2016-04-09T14:46:04 its like past midnight in o ther places 2016-04-09T14:46:14 hm or not 2016-04-09T14:46:16 weird 2016-04-09T14:46:27 11:50 latest 2016-04-09T14:46:51 why the fuck is there GMT+:30 in australia 2016-04-09T14:46:52 dongs you didnt see my sick link 2016-04-09T14:46:58 no, retweet it 2016-04-09T14:47:10 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_recent_common_ancestor 2016-04-09T14:47:15 this> 2016-04-09T14:47:16 nah oen before thta 2016-04-09T14:47:22 rcdetails? 2016-04-09T14:47:24 er 2016-04-09T14:47:25 yer 2016-04-09T14:47:46 you might like 2016-04-09T14:47:50 *shrug* 2016-04-09T14:48:16 hmm 2016-04-09T14:48:18 pretty neat 2016-04-09T14:53:47 i had to pay like $.23/socket for 200 of those FCI usb shits 2016-04-09T14:53:53 because all chinese trash had long leads 2016-04-09T14:54:12 87520-0010BLF 2016-04-09T14:55:09 good thing I read before teh rest of video loaded 2016-04-09T14:55:11 insta-closed 2016-04-09T14:56:59 wanna see fail soldering check out ben heck 2016-04-09T14:57:08 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@193.231.195.178.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T14:57:08 e14 shill 2016-04-09T14:57:56 do you get strikes for trolling in jewtube comments 2016-04-09T14:59:52 nah 2016-04-09T14:59:57 you can troll as much as you want 2016-04-09T15:03:24 why the fuck is there GMT+:30 in australia 2016-04-09T15:03:30 because stupid 2016-04-09T15:08:59 just do “time in australia” on google 2016-04-09T15:09:03 and theres liek 2 regions in :30 timezone 2016-04-09T15:12:35 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:8196:9d35:13fb:8bf4] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T15:12:39 nepal has +45 because fuck you 2016-04-09T15:13:24 oh, straya too 2016-04-09T15:13:28 gj 2016-04-09T15:14:23 1 hour after glorious nipon 2016-04-09T15:14:33 inferior 2016-04-09T15:14:37 https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e8/Standard_World_Time_Zones.png 2016-04-09T15:15:08 according to this you have +8 3/4, +9 30 and +10 2016-04-09T15:15:10 dingle depends on where in straya you arewe’re both simultaneously living in hte past and living in the future 2016-04-09T15:15:12 it must be so annoying to liev in a shit country wehre your clocks are different from everywhere else 2016-04-09T15:16:12 hah north korea is :30 also 2016-04-09T15:16:13 i didnt know 2016-04-09T15:16:36 -!- barthess [~barthess@178.121.250.51] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T15:17:22 all of china is +8 thats pretty impressive 2016-04-09T15:17:33 thats communism for you 2016-04-09T15:18:38 what do you guys use as snubber circuitry to protect relays contacts when switching an inductive load? 2016-04-09T15:19:18 DR 2016-04-09T15:20:16 i think you mean snuff circuits 2016-04-09T15:20:39 ahaha 2016-04-09T15:20:42 DR? 2016-04-09T15:21:06 flywheel diode with a resistance in series to have the current settle faster 2016-04-09T15:21:51 well this is for the relay coil, i’m talking about the snubber circuit for the switched side 2016-04-09T15:22:37 is the relay input ac or dc? 2016-04-09T15:22:58 if it’s dc, nothing forbids you to use the same shit 2016-04-09T15:23:07 it’s Ac 2016-04-09T15:23:18 simple RC snubber is what i use, like 1n – 100R 2016-04-09T15:23:27 then RC is the simple one 2016-04-09T15:24:00 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T15:24:38 you can do more advanced stuff with symmetric buckets with caps, but unless you have something exotic, rc will do most of the cases 2016-04-09T15:25:12 i’m asking because i read that RC snubbers are useless to prevent arcs but that’s from a site that sells “arc suppressors” πŸ™‚ 2016-04-09T15:26:07 probably not the most objective source, http://www.arcsuppressiontechnologies.com/arc-suppression-facts/the-snubber-myth/ 2016-04-09T15:26:45 bah it won’t be more than 1A i guess a RC should be fine 2016-04-09T15:26:46 thanks 2016-04-09T15:32:04 a bigass AC contactor 2016-04-09T15:33:24 get the stick! get the stick! 2016-04-09T15:36:43 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-09T15:40:46 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T15:46:32 cvs: yeah a TVS is probably a good idea, thanks 2016-04-09T15:49:28 for ECG front end I have R – TVS to GND – C – R – C – ADC 2016-04-09T15:50:28 http://i.imgur.com/1m7R7DD.jpg 3d dick for those w ho asked 2016-04-09T15:50:57 wut? 2016-04-09T15:51:02 dongs made a 3d printer? 2016-04-09T15:51:04 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T15:51:14 yeah cant you tell 2016-04-09T15:51:32 I hope its not filament based? 2016-04-09T15:52:32 of course it is 2016-04-09T15:52:35 fail 2016-04-09T15:52:46 filament deposition is mega lame 2016-04-09T15:53:07 SLS is kind of useful 2016-04-09T15:56:09 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-09T16:00:20 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.138] has quit 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connected to my Arduino Uno, and this information is displayed in a TextArea Java Netbeans or Eclipse” 2016-04-09T16:25:00 please give codes 2016-04-09T16:25:41 another one: 2016-04-09T16:26:06 ” 2016-04-09T16:26:08 IEEEPROJECT GURU has sent you a message hi dude 2016-04-09T16:26:08 can you tell me how should i dynamically update my data onfrom raspberry pi to server then to Android mobile and also andriod to to raspberry pi” 2016-04-09T16:26:29 im so honored that the IEEE would ask for my help 2016-04-09T16:26:47 upgrdman: just reply them with 2016-04-09T16:26:48 Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like? You’ve got to be kidding me. I’ve been further even more decided to use even go need to do look more as anyone can. Can you really be far even as decided half as much to use go wish for that? 2016-04-09T16:30:20 nice 2016-04-09T16:30:39 that from your spam folder? 2016-04-09T16:33:22 no its an ancient 4chan thing 2016-04-09T16:33:34 http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/has-anyone-really-been-far-even-as-decided-to-use-even-go-want-to-do-look-more-like 2016-04-09T16:39:44 nah, jsut respond iwht this upgrdman http://i.imgur.com/i06WVjr.gif 2016-04-09T16:40:24 i actually read that 2016-04-09T16:40:27 as it w as scrolling 2016-04-09T16:40:30 yes 2016-04-09T16:40:32 also I’ve seen it as text before 2016-04-09T16:40:37 indeed 2016-04-09T16:40:42 it is standad copypastsa 2016-04-09T16:40:50 but in a form that is ver yquickyl readable 2016-04-09T16:40:54 is that the feminist threat? 2016-04-09T16:40:58 unlike my typing 2016-04-09T16:41:01 no, read it 2016-04-09T16:41:11 lol nice PeterM 2016-04-09T16:41:17 gawd icecube is so terrible 2016-04-09T16:41:24 like 10 clicks to compile 2016-04-09T16:41:26 cuz its al lseparate tools 2016-04-09T16:41:28 lole 2016-04-09T16:41:37 tempted to revisit my segway robot thinggy 2016-04-09T16:41:46 call it chinaway 2016-04-09T16:41:56 kinda want to build a new one, but a little bigger so i can fuck with it outside 2016-04-09T16:42:25 maybe like 300mm wheelbase, instead of the ~100mm i used 2016-04-09T16:42:39 what 2016-04-09T16:42:51 PeterM, i made this a few years ago: 2016-04-09T16:42:58 nonono 2016-04-09T16:43:00 i understand 2016-04-09T16:43:08 but how do oyu get “wheelbase” on a seguay 2016-04-09T16:43:18 In both road and rail vehicles, the wheelbase is the distance between the centers of the front and rear wheels. 2016-04-09T16:43:22 http://www.farrellf.com/temp/robot_pre_pcb.jpg 2016-04-09T16:43:22 err oops 2016-04-09T16:43:23 trackwidth 2016-04-09T16:43:25 not wheelbase 2016-04-09T16:43:39 ah 2016-04-09T16:43:40 yeah 2016-04-09T16:44:00 can’t you just buy them mini segways now? 2016-04-09T16:44:10 swagway plz 2016-04-09T16:44:21 swegay 2016-04-09T16:44:27 schmegway 2016-04-09T16:44:40 paging those from sweden, swegay 2016-04-09T16:44:41 https://swagway.com/ it actually is “legit” 2016-04-09T16:44:56 >hoverboard 2016-04-09T16:44:58 PeterM, it was kinda fun to build, i enjoyed it. im not looking for a ready made toy 2016-04-09T16:44:59 >doesnt hover 2016-04-09T16:45:01 fuck off 2016-04-09T16:45:21 upgrdman, yeah but you can write your own codes for the platform 2016-04-09T16:45:41 yeah the eddy current ones seem to be fun 2016-04-09T17:02:13 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:14:33 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-gnzqwheeubkluhek] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:16:35 has anyone got the htc vive? 2016-04-09T17:19:36 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-09T17:20:43 I kind of want one, but then I need a much better PC πŸ™ 2016-04-09T17:23:32 what are the requirements? 2016-04-09T17:29:46 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:31:41 I think you need to be able to run Crysis πŸ™‚ 2016-04-09T17:31:54 haha 2016-04-09T17:31:57 No but seriously, I think maybe a 970? I have a 660 Ti 2016-04-09T17:32:31 speaking of phones, i discovered that my samsung note 5 can double as a super nice ee microscope 2016-04-09T17:32:53 little lag in camera app, pinch to zoom to max … amazeballs 2016-04-09T17:33:03 I’m going to wait for these new amazing HBM nvidia cards and get one of those, a Vive and a gsync monitor at the same time 2016-04-09T17:33:05 reading values on 0402 resistors, etc 2016-04-09T17:33:20 hbm? 2016-04-09T17:33:26 trepidacious, looks like my PC isn’t ready either: http://dumb.ro/screenshot/DmNtG.png 2016-04-09T17:33:28 upgrdman: With a tick-on lens? 2016-04-09T17:33:34 upgrdman, it’s not a phone, it’s a VR headset 2016-04-09T17:33:35 trepidacious, no, stock 2016-04-09T17:33:40 oh oops lol 2016-04-09T17:33:45 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Bandwidth_Memory 2016-04-09T17:34:17 Ah, that’s why you said speaking of phones πŸ™‚ Yeah I keep thinking HTC Vive should be a phone 2016-04-09T17:35:16 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.138] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-09T17:36:33 hmm so HBM is “just” putting the memory on the gpu interposer? neat. is this just to reduce pcb trace lengths and pcb complexity? 2016-04-09T17:38:54 dongs, https://www.facebook.com/DronesCrashing/videos/vb.1417877268535409/1607878579535276/?type=2&theater 2016-04-09T17:39:31 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-09T17:39:46 I hate horses 2016-04-09T17:39:53 I’m going to genocide the horses 2016-04-09T17:41:41 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scope_creep 2016-04-09T17:41:57 “weak project manager or executive sponsor” yup 2016-04-09T17:44:06 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@193.231.195.178.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:51:08 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:51:16 Laurenceb_, harden the fuck up 2016-04-09T17:51:41 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unkIVvjZc9Y 2016-04-09T17:58:53 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T17:59:31 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@pD9E8CDCD.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T18:13:21 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T18:22:09 ah, so the USB code works 2016-04-09T18:22:18 it just seems to need a cold reset to work 2016-04-09T18:22:39 reset button/stlink reset doesn’t let the pCD come up properly 2016-04-09T18:22:40 wtf 2016-04-09T18:23:22 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-09T18:25:58 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-09T18:26:15 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T18:26:48 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T18:29:16 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-09T18:31:11 aandrew: what processor? 2016-04-09T18:32:14 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-09T18:34:44 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.133] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T18:34:49 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has quit [Quit: exit] 2016-04-09T18:37:17 emeb_mac: stm32f417 2016-04-09T18:37:32 I notice on the stm32f4-discovery board that they have 22 ohm series termination 2016-04-09T18:37:43 but the user manual for the chip doesn’t seem to call this out and I don’t have them on my board 2016-04-09T18:37:49 aandrew: ok – not the older parts with external usb pullup. 2016-04-09T18:38:08 those do funny things if you don’t pop that pullup 2016-04-09T18:39:16 the 22 ohm resistors are mainly for impedance matching. You can get by w/o them but its best to have them there. 2016-04-09T18:39:47 newer parts (F0x2 etc) have better USB I/O drivers and don’t need them. 2016-04-09T18:45:16 http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Technology-64-Internal-HX421C14FBK4/dp/B01D8U29QQ/ 2016-04-09T18:45:23 its getting cheap again 2016-04-09T18:45:29 or seems like it anyways 2016-04-09T18:46:35 gah – 64GB RAM 2016-04-09T18:46:54 emeb_mac ya 2016-04-09T18:47:04 would be dumb to build out a new rig with anything less 2016-04-09T18:47:06 I should add some – my Matlab sims keep running out of RAM on the 8GB system 2016-04-09T18:47:19 since i dont have any ddr4 anyways 2016-04-09T18:48:11 but that machine is like 6 yrs old now. 2016-04-09T18:48:26 6700K, 64gb ram 2016-04-09T18:48:34 undecided on vidjay card 2016-04-09T18:48:43 its not a gaming rig so may just keep the 770 for it 2016-04-09T18:49:04 ya 2016-04-09T18:50:47 ReadError: what kind of apps use that amount of RAM? 2016-04-09T18:51:10 my communications simulations would if I let them, but the average user… ? 2016-04-09T18:51:18 emeb_mac I run a lot of virtuals 2016-04-09T18:51:27 all my ‘working’ enviroments are in VMs 2016-04-09T18:51:50 makes it portable and easy to have dedicated ones to specific things 2016-04-09T18:52:03 ic 2016-04-09T18:57:30 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-09T19:02:04 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-09T19:18:04 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-09T19:22:27 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.10] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T19:28:22 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.10] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-09T19:38:08 http://i.imgur.com/Vg3VBne.jpg cc Laurenceb_ 2016-04-09T19:39:00 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T19:39:08 wtf 2016-04-09T19:39:41 sounds like Dr Evil level experiment 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2016-04-09T22:39:42 well uk newspapers are pretty much ten versions of same story with different spin 2016-04-09T22:39:50 but I’ve never seen it taken that far 2016-04-09T22:48:44 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T23:20:19 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.181.203] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-09T23:24:34 -!- DrLuke [~quassel@2a00:d880:6:3fb::2568] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-09T23:24:45 -!- DrLuke [~quassel@2a00:d880:6:3fb::2568] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-09T23:29:44 Yes russia is great 2016-04-09T23:30:19 Thats why some russians immigrate to yankeeland. 2016-04-09T23:52:24 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] — Day changed Sun Apr 10 2016 2016-04-10T00:03:11 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-10T00:22:44 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA5204.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-10T00:31:16 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-10T01:03:30 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:8196:9d35:13fb:8bf4] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-10T01:13:40 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-10T01:17:51 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T01:25:56 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-10T01:27:44 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-10T01:30:55 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T01:33:32 http://i.imgur.com/gKIFJcC.png 2016-04-10T01:33:40 ok new LSM9DS1 footprint 2016-04-10T01:40:30 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-10T01:40:54 -!- 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seniors like me 2016-04-10T02:47:56 play all that CS:GO 2016-04-10T02:48:24 when one leaves his computer I quickly sit down and start CS 2016-04-10T02:55:08 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO-1ePYypdU Laurenceb_ 2016-04-10T02:59:18 old 2016-04-10T03:01:25 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-10T03:02:24 Sync: fix openocd lpc15xx support 2016-04-10T03:04:29 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzgNw1Z_xqw chase&status of the day 2016-04-10T03:05:20 no interest in stonercpus 2016-04-10T03:05:51 fool.. it’s being literally same cpu than in stm32 2016-04-10T03:06:12 you meant mcu 2016-04-10T03:07:20 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T03:08:24 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-10T03:12:36 Thorn: someone spotted an off the shelf 24GHz FMCW radar module in the bottom 2016-04-10T03:14:51 of the 1st stage? 2016-04-10T03:14:54 yes 2016-04-10T03:16:26 #stm32-space-flight when? 2016-04-10T03:16:55 uncle Laurenceb_ provides engines 2016-04-10T03:20:05 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T03:24:06 interesting Laurenceb_ 2016-04-10T03:34:07 but thats only part of the system, dunno if they just use GPS or if they have transponders on the barge 2016-04-10T03:34:14 *only use GPS 2016-04-10T03:34:32 apparently it runs on linux with real time kernel 2016-04-10T03:34:56 surprised the engineers didnt kill themselves already 2016-04-10T03:35:13 :] 2016-04-10T03:35:52 why not VxWorks?! even ChibiOS seems more sane 2016-04-10T03:42:57 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-81-17.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T03:44:36 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-18-189.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-10T03:44:45 rtai or rt-preempt is not that bad Laurenceb_ 2016-04-10T03:45:00 you’d get more cancer with vxworks 2016-04-10T03:45:18 I guess – I’ve only ever used it for very basic projects at work 2016-04-10T03:45:32 linux is ok until you have to read the kernel source O_o 2016-04-10T03:54:14 the PAEDiatric Continuous Early Warning System PAEDCEWS 2016-04-10T03:54:26 reaching a new level of stupid acronyms 2016-04-10T03:54:42 wat 2016-04-10T03:55:04 new work project πŸ˜› 2016-04-10T03:55:31 “please form a queue next to the seat over there” 2016-04-10T03:55:45 pedocows? 2016-04-10T03:55:59 found a good deal on UNI-T UT805A, worth it? 2016-04-10T03:55:59 hmm 2016-04-10T03:56:13 yeah thats probably our next project name 2016-04-10T03:56:43 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T03:57:01 the fuck is that supposed to do Laurenceb_? 2016-04-10T03:57:31 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@50.251.197.179] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T03:57:43 nobody knows… monitor deterioration in patient health… somehow 2016-04-10T03:57:52 scope creep here we come 2016-04-10T03:58:28 wat 2016-04-10T03:58:29 apparently there is IP related to this http://nottinghamchildhealth.org.uk/induction/Communication/pews.htm 2016-04-10T03:59:01 that sounds incredibly useless 2016-04-10T03:59:05 PEWS will be developed to CEWS using “software assist” 2016-04-10T03:59:28 it will be especially useless once I’ve finished writing the GUI πŸ˜› 2016-04-10T03:59:59 in rageqt 2016-04-10T04:00:30 heh yup 2016-04-10T04:01:07 my job: getting paid to implement utterly random project ideas emailed to me by people who appear to be high 2016-04-10T04:03:49 and cashing in monies 2016-04-10T04:03:56 gotta love grants 2016-04-10T04:10:05 getting there 2016-04-10T04:10:14 now the USB device at least is seen, but the configuration can’t be set 2016-04-10T04:14:04 -!- amstan_ is now known as amstan 2016-04-10T04:28:24 http://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/multimeter-spreadsheet/ 2016-04-10T04:29:23 >trusting eevblog 2016-04-10T04:30:49 got an I2S sine / saw oscillator running in the ice5lp4k – uses about 5% of resources. 2016-04-10T04:36:08 -!- 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CNC mill 2016-04-10T05:08:28 dongs: I’ve got some large designs that take > 1 hour to synthesize / place / route 2016-04-10T05:08:37 on big Xilinx parts 2016-04-10T05:09:36 there should be incremental compilation in $$$ versions of the software 2016-04-10T05:09:38 oh this is FPGA 2016-04-10T05:09:44 ya 2016-04-10T05:09:44 I thought it was for stm32 lol 2016-04-10T05:11:18 how to make your own stm32: compile hdl, import library, generate netlist, place, route, output masks, pay $2M 2016-04-10T05:11:43 kickstarter! 2016-04-10T05:12:19 make a clone of GD32 2016-04-10T05:12:28 yo dawg 2016-04-10T05:12:35 yes 2016-04-10T05:12:39 they’re arm licensee. 2016-04-10T05:12:55 why bother 2016-04-10T05:13:00 stm32 is cheap enough 2016-04-10T05:13:16 gd32 is cheaper 2016-04-10T05:13:23 I guess if you want dirt cheap chinadevice junk then it might just be worth it 2016-04-10T05:13:30 and F0 is about the cheapest 32 bit on digikey 2016-04-10T05:13:49 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:80a3:1625:38c4:72e9] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T05:13:53 no, shitty KL0 stuff is 2016-04-10T05:13:57 that uh… 2016-04-10T05:14:00 whoever makes it 2016-04-10T05:14:07 same fags who make i.mx 2016-04-10T05:14:10 kinetis 2016-04-10T05:14:55 nxp now. used to be freescale 2016-04-10T05:15:02 feescale yea 2016-04-10T05:15:12 nxp bought ’em 2016-04-10T05:15:36 before that it was Motorola Semiconductor 2016-04-10T05:15:47 * emeb_mac ‘s wife worked there back in the day 2016-04-10T05:16:36 wonder if I should freelance the stuff I wanna do in veriblog for like $30 to some paki 2016-04-10T05:16:47 it would certainly be a better way to spend my time 2016-04-10T05:16:56 heh 2016-04-10T05:17:07 HDLs rule 2016-04-10T05:17:16 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/C-Programming/Data-capture-Microcontroller-EEprom-10171000/ 8th repost for skimmer 2016-04-10T05:17:24 i wonder when he gonna give up 2016-04-10T05:17:50 somewhat 2016-04-10T05:17:57 i see ridiculous stuff get deleted quickly 2016-04-10T05:18:06 usually money requests to another feelance service 2016-04-10T05:18:13 ‘plz i need $150 on skrill now, ill pay you $200 here” 2016-04-10T05:18:24 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-102-226.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-10T05:18:27 so legit 2016-04-10T05:18:31 totes 2016-04-10T05:19:06 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-10T05:20:47 https://twitter.com/ianbremmer/status/718806751374548992 lol iceland 2016-04-10T05:21:38 arrrr! 2016-04-10T05:22:53 https://booleans.io/ so useful 2016-04-10T05:22:57 fucking int ernet 2016-04-10T05:23:59 https://www.foaas.com/ 2016-04-10T05:24:05 seen 2016-04-10T05:24:06 old 2016-04-10T05:28:51 aww no ritot updates still 2016-04-10T05:36:29 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/C-Programming/solutions-needed-for-problems/ 2016-04-10T05:37:10 http://i.imgur.com/IfQffui.jpg 2016-04-10T05:40:17 stm32 exploded 2016-04-10T05:44:57 -!- 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the examples is a good way to start. 2016-04-10T06:04:16 dongs: stm32f4 usb demo doesn’t work, nor does the vcp 2016-04-10T06:04:32 they come up in usb, kind of 2016-04-10T06:04:35 it certainly does 2016-04-10T06:04:36 cant select a valid config 2016-04-10T06:04:39 i’ve personally used it 2016-04-10T06:04:55 also you dont really *have* to use cube on F4 2016-04-10T06:05:00 since there’s still maintained stdp[eriphlib 2016-04-10T06:09:24 hm, maybe you are right 2016-04-10T06:09:33 it might be FreeRTOS/cmsis fucking this up 2016-04-10T06:26:17 dirty nig 2016-04-10T06:26:28 crt: it does say no pumping on the door sign youknow 2016-04-10T06:39:21 dongs 2016-04-10T06:39:29 why did you get the i6700 over the i6700k ? 2016-04-10T06:39:41 err -i 2016-04-10T06:40:14 ^ basically this even tho cost is not an issue 2016-04-10T06:40:25 but I have no reason to have k, i dont overclock and never did 2016-04-10T06:40:46 like Q6600 or wahtever? 2016-04-10T06:40:49 doubtful 2016-04-10T06:41:15 -!- upgrdman__ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T06:43:58 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-10T06:44:44 nah man, boxes dont drop loot, and hte enemies are too bullet spongey, need mroe enemiees less bullets 2016-04-10T06:45:27 i know, and its shit 2016-04-10T06:45:29 can get 64gb of ddr4 for like, 285 now 2016-04-10T06:45:41 wut 2016-04-10T06:45:44 no reason not to 2016-04-10T06:45:45 i paid 80 for 32 2016-04-10T06:45:53 for 4 dimms tho? 2016-04-10T06:45:53 samdung ddr4 2016-04-10T06:45:57 2 dimms of 16 yes 2016-04-10T06:45:58 man remember when ddr2 was like $2/gb? 2016-04-10T06:46:02 oh not bad 2016-04-10T06:46:08 not gamer trash 2016-04-10T06:46:21 ohsix, yes 2016-04-10T06:46:40 “rng suck, git gud” 2016-04-10T06:47:36 mmh, also, this isn’t stm32 2016-04-10T06:53:05 stm32 trays can be sometimes mistaken f or pizza bozes 2016-04-10T06:53:19 i have so many of them. 2016-04-10T07:04:25 dongs speaking of stm32 trays, dont you hate it when you look accross a tray and see like on slightly more shiny package than all the others? 2016-04-10T07:05:42 eh, havent noticed really. have you? 2016-04-10T07:05:52 mine are all pretty similar 2016-04-10T07:06:00 i get them in boxes so i’d guess they’re al lsame batch etc 2016-04-10T07:06:08 havent bought individual trays in forever 2016-04-10T07:08:14 I like when trays come broken in half with saran wrap holding everything in 2016-04-10T07:08:26 and that wonderful smell of cigs and chemicals/gasoline 2016-04-10T07:08:42 yeah maybe 1 stm in 4 trays is slightly shinier, i dont buy individual trays often either, only for brototypes or expensive shit 2016-04-10T07:09:06 ReadError, kek buying from dubious aliexpress sellers 2016-04-10T07:09:20 PeterM damn straight 2016-04-10T07:09:43 how many non-100% stms you get? like 1 in 10? 2016-04-10T07:09:43 cant say ive ever gotten a ‘bad’ chip 2016-04-10T07:09:49 nah never 2016-04-10T07:09:51 orly 2016-04-10T07:09:52 always legit 2016-04-10T07:10:05 but I only use sellers with good history 2016-04-10T07:10:11 many diamonds 2016-04-10T07:10:15 clonererror doesnt know what “legit” means 2016-04-10T07:11:11 means i flash it and it works as expected 2016-04-10T07:11:15 heh, ive only ever gotten dodgy shit from my china guy when it was some out of production stuff and i said i needed it regardless of quality 2016-04-10T07:11:39 -!- upgrdman__ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-10T07:12:16 i only needed like 10 working pcs, so wasnt a big deal, jsut individually tested 2016-04-10T07:12:18 what you mean you DONT want some other customers firmware iun your shit? 2016-04-10T07:16:03 farm it off to feelancer 2016-04-10T07:16:21 7am in israel 2016-04-10T07:16:25 my feelancer should be online soon 2016-04-10T07:19:32 ohsix: identify these printable DVDRs plz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igHKibD4dBQ 2016-04-10T07:33:05 dongs, 26 views from some random uploader, hwo do you find this lines 2016-04-10T07:33:09 links 2016-04-10T07:34:24 heh 2016-04-10T07:55:06 BOOKING CONFIRMED 2016-04-10T08:06:03 how did they get them to be shiney 2016-04-10T08:06:09 thats different 2016-04-10T08:13:59 https://cohub-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/10/images/1685/1685_large.jpeg 2016-04-10T08:14:00 shiny 2016-04-10T08:28:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.128.229] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-10T08:40:29 lol nice. you can configure this ST sensor to swap low/high niggles 2016-04-10T08:40:35 so you can read it into uint16 without swapping 2016-04-10T08:40:54 swap in hardware 4 free 2016-04-10T08:49:57 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-55-192.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T09:09:05 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-30-47.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T09:09:46 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-55-192.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-10T09:09:46 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-10T09:11:59 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-10T09:39:22 lol @ patreon users list at the end of that vid 2016-04-10T09:40:13 https://www.reddit.com/r/diyelectronics/comments/4a89bu/topic_advanced_buck_regulator_olympics/ 2016-04-10T09:40:14 Your buck CANNOT be a prepackaged buck regulator solution; you have to build your product from scratch using discrete components. Opamps are acceptable entries as error amplifiers. 2016-04-10T09:40:37 fuckin opamps? may aswell fuckin ignore the entire contest 2016-04-10T09:42:48 http://bcas.tv/paste/results/drhifW27.html more pro ST code 2016-04-10T09:48:57 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T10:09:01 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.39] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T10:12:32 yea not sure about using thumb+stick though 2016-04-10T10:14:32 ya i got one to try 2016-04-10T10:14:40 the wireless one 2016-04-10T10:15:12 must emulate i2c over wireless 2016-04-10T10:15:14 somehow 2016-04-10T10:16:40 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T10:16:58 if i want a fuckton of 4ch timers, what stm32 do i need? f4? f3? 2016-04-10T10:17:08 kinda want 4 4ch timers 2016-04-10T10:17:39 upgrdman: they’re mostly all 4ch, F103 has 12/16 timer channels if you dont want any other pins 2016-04-10T10:17:56 hmm 2016-04-10T10:21:54 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-30-47.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-10T10:22:57 diff between f407 or f411 ? 2016-04-10T10:23:02 i see both disco boards 2016-04-10T10:23:05 and they look ~same 2016-04-10T10:23:10 none for your purpose 2016-04-10T10:23:23 yeah you should probly pick F4 for less retarded gpio 2016-04-10T10:23:28 anyway, how many channels do you need/ 2016-04-10T10:24:16 dongs, well i want to make a motion control board, and i want to h-bridge as many motors as possible (for future unknown projects) 2016-04-10T10:24:30 right now, i want to handle up to 4 brushed motors 2016-04-10T10:24:44 but would like to support more if reasonable 2016-04-10T10:25:00 you need 2 channels per motor? 2016-04-10T10:25:08 ya, i want breaking 2016-04-10T10:25:17 so cant just invert 2016-04-10T10:26:09 for one? 2016-04-10T10:26:15 for what* 2016-04-10T10:26:17 ohsix, link? 2016-04-10T10:26:32 ep2 of ? 2016-04-10T10:26:41 ohhh 2016-04-10T10:26:58 i wonder if china gives a fuck about torrenting 2016-04-10T10:27:08 china has their own p2p 2016-04-10T10:27:18 forget the name 2016-04-10T10:27:36 ya but then i have to type in chinese to google it 2016-04-10T10:28:00 Xunlei-Lixian 2016-04-10T10:28:11 it was some option on the synology 2016-04-10T10:28:44 they had some cool eps 2016-04-10T10:29:59 yea some of the cast are legit 2016-04-10T10:30:21 like joe and zoz 2016-04-10T10:35:26 so my connection was flapping 2016-04-10T10:35:34 ran tcpdump on the router 2016-04-10T10:36:00 http://hastebin.com/afujotaxan.avrasm 2016-04-10T10:36:08 this is only 1/2 of a second 2016-04-10T10:36:21 fuckin 589 packets 2016-04-10T10:36:53 this shit was sitting idle too 2016-04-10T10:38:43 yea some of the ‘tv’ shit is dumb 2016-04-10T10:39:14 seems most the eps are on youtube 2016-04-10T10:39:58 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-Ls0Gq1n0w 2016-04-10T10:40:00 cool ep 2016-04-10T10:40:18 quality on these eps suck 2016-04-10T10:40:37 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@106.79.136.227] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T10:41:30 I’ve got a stm32 2016-04-10T10:42:12 -!- jaeckel [~jaeckel@unaffiliated/jaeckel] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-10T10:43:03 yea editing for tv def fucked things up 2016-04-10T11:00:59 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA5204.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:15:24 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-16.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:25:27 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.39] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-10T11:26:34 -!- jaeckel [~jaeckel@unaffiliated/jaeckel] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:30:42 anyone here know the details of using capacitor to reduce brushed dc motor noise (like on rc toys) ? often its one cap between motor terminal, then one cap between each terminal and the motor can. if the can is “floating” (not grounded) what help is cap’ing to the can? 2016-04-10T11:33:36 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:34:16 hmm 2016-04-10T11:34:21 when googling for a photo i found this 2016-04-10T11:34:22 http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/19517/why-connect-capacitors-to-motor-body 2016-04-10T11:34:30 and it didnt really answer definitively 2016-04-10T11:34:46 but maybe the induced can voltage guy is right? 2016-04-10T11:34:49 i’ve seen caps on +/- 2016-04-10T11:34:51 but not to the can 2016-04-10T11:36:20 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@106.79.136.227] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-10T11:36:57 no i’ve seen them soldered like i mentioned 2016-04-10T11:37:03 one between terminals 2016-04-10T11:37:28 one cap’ing terminal A to can, and another cap’ing B to can 2016-04-10T11:37:42 no idea 2016-04-10T11:38:45 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:40:38 whats e4 about? 2016-04-10T11:40:56 gay games 2016-04-10T11:41:09 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-10T11:41:18 i’ve seen this e4 label on some STM32s before 2016-04-10T11:41:34 inside a circle 2016-04-10T11:42:03 aint no squares up in my circle 2016-04-10T11:42:18 upgrdman, it basically turns the can into a shield without putting it at a dc potential 2016-04-10T11:43:22 noise suppression is something i wouldnt mind in this channel 2016-04-10T11:43:35 kek 2016-04-10T11:45:17 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:45:26 ReadError: iirc it’s something about lead content or other chemicals 2016-04-10T11:46:06 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Software-Architecture/need-code-using-VHDL-language/ 2016-04-10T11:46:19 ah yeah texas instruments says it’s “Pb-Free” categories, e4 is “Preplated” whatever that means 2016-04-10T11:46:39 i thought it was ST’s ecopack shit 2016-04-10T11:46:40 but whoe knows 2016-04-10T11:47:02 yeah could be related environmental compliance bullshit 2016-04-10T11:50:59 dont the winston cells ahve garbage energy density/power density? 2016-04-10T11:54:41 surprised you hadnt seen this show before 2016-04-10T11:55:22 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.208] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T11:55:34 they are even compared to 18650s only because you can’t really pack 18650s perfectly (round != symmetrical), but compared to same technology in pouch cells much better (until you get up to super huge cells) 2016-04-10T11:56:00 because the packaging for prismatic cells is hueg 2016-04-10T11:59:57 lifepo4 was competetive like 5-10 years ago but limn or lico has jsut advanced to much and lifepo4 has almsot gone backwards 2016-04-10T12:00:24 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.181.203] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T12:03:39 ohsix, havent htey always? also, unsurprising. 2016-04-10T12:04:02 ohhh you mean boards 2016-04-10T12:04:06 i thought u meant the mcu 2016-04-10T12:08:04 or liek $1.30-$1.4 from chinaman 2016-04-10T12:08:24 my chinaman, dongs chinagirl etc 2016-04-10T12:14:45 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:80a3:1625:38c4:72e9] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-10T12:15:22 are there any laser cutter for crt, current sheets of plastic (i know… no pvc or other chlorides) and wood (balsa and light ply) …. maybe 1 – 4mm thick 2016-04-10T12:16:46 s/current/cutting 2016-04-10T12:21:15 article on HaD re some dude who built a 2-D pen plotter with steppers & arduino. They keep calling it a “robot” 2016-04-10T12:21:32 So I guess now a robot is anything with motors & computers? 2016-04-10T12:22:01 I think I’m going to start calling my laser printer a robot 2016-04-10T12:23:13 by that definition a wind-up toy qualifies. 2016-04-10T12:24:10 I’ve had that problem before 2016-04-10T12:24:25 don’t recall how I solved it. 2016-04-10T12:24:56 yeah – they’ve got different pages, some work, others don’t 2016-04-10T12:37:40 lol – ST now requires a login before they let you D/L stuff. 2016-04-10T12:40:50 -!- KreAture_Zzz is now known as KreAture_ 2016-04-10T12:41:54 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T12:42:48 emeb, download *anyhing(? 2016-04-10T12:42:54 i grabbed some .zip and .pdf shit earlier today 2016-04-10T12:42:55 no login 2016-04-10T12:42:58 iNEMO trash 2016-04-10T12:44:59 and looks like www2 requires it, and www always redirects to www2 2016-04-10T12:59:12 taking the easy way I see 2016-04-10T12:59:26 it’s useless to be a resistor 2016-04-10T13:08:47 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-10T13:15:33 * mitrax yawns 2016-04-10T13:16:13 hey 2016-04-10T13:21:31 -!- theAdib_ [~theadib@dslb-084-059-006-050.084.059.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T13:22:04 i’m eating pistachios in the tub 2016-04-10T13:22:56 livin’ the life 2016-04-10T13:23:46 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-16.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-10T13:27:41 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T13:28:52 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-10T13:42:45 hush up lil dongs 2016-04-10T13:45:16 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA5204.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-10T13:48:32 crt – I have put you on a permanent ignore, public and private. I have found you disturbing, rude and generally not worth talking to. According to the channels you hang on, it strengtens the effect of wanting to put you on ignore because of my lack of interest in you as a person. This message is not meant to be rude to you, just to inform you that i won’t see anything of what you type from now 2016-04-10T13:48:32 on. 2016-04-10T14:01:46 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:911b:53f3:453f:77b6] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:02:17 -!- jackcom [~jackcom@unaffiliated/jackcom] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:12:53 * mitrax humps crt’s leg 2016-04-10T14:13:04 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:15:08 chicken go cluck cluck, cow go moo, piggie go oink oink, how about you? 2016-04-10T14:19:06 no 2016-04-10T14:19:22 have you guys seen any good movies lately? 2016-04-10T14:20:51 i haven’t 2016-04-10T14:21:27 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:911b:53f3:453f:77b6] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-10T14:21:28 me neither, I’m very disappointed 2016-04-10T14:22:42 Concussion was watchable, but not much happens 2016-04-10T14:23:11 i saw john wick, was not bad 2016-04-10T14:23:12 saw High rise at the theater yesterday, complete horse shit 2016-04-10T14:23:26 John wick? not bad? are you serious? 2016-04-10T14:23:27 it isnt a recent movie, btu ive seen ti recently 2016-04-10T14:23:33 john wick was nice 2016-04-10T14:23:48 * mitrax pukes 2016-04-10T14:24:01 yeah, the action was good 2016-04-10T14:24:30 it does somethign a lot of movies dont do right, – it feels lived in, like, there is no useless explaining of shit. 2016-04-10T14:24:30 I saw Hail Caesar and it was garbage 2016-04-10T14:24:47 i thought concussion had some bullshit agenda 2016-04-10T14:24:50 I only stayed through all the movie because I paid for the tickets and I hoped something will happen 2016-04-10T14:24:55 black lives matter or osmethign 2016-04-10T14:25:02 ahahaah 2016-04-10T14:25:25 PeterM, I agree 2016-04-10T14:28:02 btw, deadpool is shit too, lots of people seem to enjoy it tho 2016-04-10T14:28:36 I couldn’t get into it and even if I tried + there’s some really faulty science in there 2016-04-10T14:28:39 -!- jackcom [~jackcom@unaffiliated/jackcom] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-10T14:32:09 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-10T14:32:18 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-89-16-149-176.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-10T14:33:22 https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/33/MLCC-Imp-versus-Freqenz.engl.png 2016-04-10T14:33:36 is the notch where it filters the most noise @ that mhz? 2016-04-10T14:33:41 or whatevers 2016-04-10T14:33:49 yeah 2016-04-10T14:34:54 thats is its self resonant frequency, where ESR and ESL converge 2016-04-10T14:35:32 but that point is usually very sharp, and capacitors are very unstable/inaccurate so forget about it 2016-04-10T14:35:37 but it looks like a very shitty capacitor 2016-04-10T14:36:05 PeterM: yeah just trying to see why someone would choose 6.8nF bypass cap vs 10nF 2016-04-10T14:36:19 cuz i’m just goin fuckem and using 10nF 2016-04-10T14:36:29 dongs, already in bom? cheaper? were good enough? 2016-04-10T14:36:43 PeterM: right, so like no actual reason 2016-04-10T14:36:44 -!- Mustafa_ [~quassel@p5DE86268.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:36:50 i aint adding a single cap ill never use again to bom 2016-04-10T14:37:28 i wonder if they added 6.8 because it filters whatever mhz the thing is running at 2016-04-10T14:37:31 out of I/o lines 2016-04-10T14:37:32 anyone ever tried to hook an assembled board up to a proper impedance analyzer? 2016-04-10T14:37:53 yeah, thats my current thought on that.. 2016-04-10T14:38:07 just wondering what possible reasons they could have for it. 2016-04-10T14:38:15 other than dongs, already in bom? cheaper? were good enough? 2016-04-10T14:38:51 Thorn, network analyzer, yeah, but i dont own one so i jsut do math and check on the scope 2016-04-10T14:39:32 can you actually see how effective a decoupling network is? 2016-04-10T14:39:59 https://www.intersil.com/content/dam/Intersil/documents/an13/an1325.pdf nice @ page 6 2016-04-10T14:40:06 match impedance by different packages 2016-04-10T14:40:22 pro analog trolling 2016-04-10T14:41:01 altium screenshots in page 9, attn R2COM 2016-04-10T14:42:31 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-10T14:42:31 -!- johntramp [~john@unaffiliated/johntramp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:43:15 they need to bring back junkyard wars 2016-04-10T14:45:49 well yea ofc 2016-04-10T14:46:04 but it still all required engineering to make it work 2016-04-10T14:48:41 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-10T14:50:16 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.208] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-10T14:50:21 yeah 2016-04-10T14:50:30 like bypass capacitors on stm32 are super important. 2016-04-10T14:52:15 yeah I usually stick 4 of them in each corner 2016-04-10T14:52:21 since thats wehre vcc pins are on 48pin package. 2016-04-10T14:53:17 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.125] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T14:54:10 oh err 2016-04-10T14:54:16 no, as in , one per corner 2016-04-10T14:54:17 = 4 total 2016-04-10T14:54:29 lo ol4 each 2016-04-10T14:58:23 depends on the stm, like on 030f4p6 you can put like… 1x 100n if you feel like it 2016-04-10T15:02:17 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-81-17.lns20.mel4.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-10T15:03:15 the ones in wlcsp dont need bypassing at all 2016-04-10T15:03:40 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-205-135.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T15:06:59 heh 2016-04-10T15:07:51 holy b alls 2016-04-10T15:09:05 i thought… 2016-04-10T15:09:09 http://bcas.tv/paste/results/drhifW27.html more pro ST code 2016-04-10T15:09:10 that this was bad 2016-04-10T15:09:12 then I saw t his 2016-04-10T15:09:15 http://bcas.tv/paste/results/h0lQGW45.html 2016-04-10T15:09:58 holy fuck thats a long file 2016-04-10T15:10:03 its 500k 2016-04-10T15:10:10 for something that should take maybe ~10k max 2016-04-10T15:10:14 this is redic 2016-04-10T15:10:33 that is TOTALLY READABLE, amirite? 2016-04-10T15:10:40 absolutely 2016-04-10T15:10:45 its also pretty fresh too 2016-04-10T15:10:48 march 16 or whatever 2016-04-10T15:11:10 i think most of the bosch code is trash like this, I’ve seen thier refference shit for baro and it was similar 2016-04-10T15:12:02 wehn I first got it i thought 500k, probably has 400k of firmware blob in it 2016-04-10T15:12:36 a_SW_ID_u8 love those variables 2016-04-10T15:13:34 i dont think ohsix fucking get sit 2016-04-10T15:13:42 nobody here gives a fuck about your shitty TV 2016-04-10T15:14:53 Such friendly, dongs. It’s only hard to follow ehen ohsix replies on something from an hour ago 2016-04-10T15:15:14 no its just same diarrheah of shit only he cares about 2016-04-10T15:15:44 yeah, we better all browse freelancer all day long 2016-04-10T15:15:52 crt: https://twitter.com/internetofshit/status/718396540616908800 lol 2016-04-10T15:18:25 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CfW5yLQXIAA6iDz.jpg:large RIP nest 2016-04-10T15:19:15 And thats why i hate this “23 hours ago” stuff.. no clue from when this message is 2016-04-10T15:19:54 -!- Steffann is now known as Steffanx 2016-04-10T15:20:21 Steffanx, from 23 hours ago 2016-04-10T15:20:56 Yes, but in what dimension. 2016-04-10T15:21:01 *which 2016-04-10T15:25:00 Steffanx: ~1 week ago 2016-04-10T15:25:01 wtf is Nest? 2016-04-10T15:25:15 jadew: IoT crap 2016-04-10T15:25:23 ah 2016-04-10T15:25:26 thermostat. 2016-04-10T15:25:33 internet of thermostats 2016-04-10T15:25:41 they have “teams” working on a thermostat 2016-04-10T15:25:43 ? 2016-04-10T15:25:50 no wonder the company is failing 2016-04-10T15:26:54 they must use freelance.com 2016-04-10T15:27:19 or not want to pay enough per engineer 2016-04-10T15:27:36 we have that at the company I work for 2016-04-10T15:29:12 because the offered sallary is medium, the developers that apply are unusable 2016-04-10T15:30:31 I think that’s largely the fault of those workforce companies 2016-04-10T15:31:03 but 2016-04-10T15:31:05 the only hire we had came on his own 2016-04-10T15:31:07 they can pay less to more people 2016-04-10T15:31:11 and get ~samaea result 2016-04-10T15:31:14 it works!!! 2016-04-10T15:31:17 dongs, that’s not true 2016-04-10T15:31:49 yeah, me too but too late 2016-04-10T15:32:09 I interviewed a guy who had a 24 pages long CV 2016-04-10T15:32:29 and he didn’t qualify for a junior position 2016-04-10T15:32:36 remeber it’s an internet of shit device 2016-04-10T15:32:50 heh, that cisco reset button one is funny. 2016-04-10T15:33:10 we had a reset button on a board that we weren’t using, and just put it behind the casing. 2016-04-10T15:33:15 so there’s cloud, cryptography, it probably even has statistical / machine learning to determine when the user is in 2016-04-10T15:33:17 BrainDamage, yeah, you’d expect one guy to be able to do it all 2016-04-10T15:33:21 turns out some cases were tighter than others, and pressed the button 2016-04-10T15:33:27 we weren’t using it, but the bootloader was. 2016-04-10T15:33:34 had to go cut holes in a bunch of boxes 2016-04-10T15:33:39 jadew: not if you keep piling up “features” 2016-04-10T15:33:51 so 2 guys… 2016-04-10T15:34:06 it’s a simple project, no matter how you look at it 2016-04-10T15:35:18 why a thermostat should do machine learning stuff well I have to understand yet 2016-04-10T15:35:52 because marketing 2016-04-10T15:36:03 https://medium.com/internet-of-shit/the-internet-of-things-has-a-dirty-little-secret-28bce2d412b2#.k7x5uexse 2016-04-10T15:36:06 this is interesting too 2016-04-10T15:36:42 what does a thermostat has to learn about? 2016-04-10T15:37:10 they claim to learn your preferences and presence 2016-04-10T15:37:22 because programming heating times is too complicated 2016-04-10T15:37:44 so you have to adjust temp as you like during the day and it supposedly remembers it 2016-04-10T15:38:12 is it unnecessarily complicated, fault prone and worse than straight programming? yes 2016-04-10T15:38:33 BrainDamage: eh, but programming a thermostat takes away 2 minutes of my life that I could spend posting shit on the internet 2016-04-10T15:38:41 I have so much redditing to do 2016-04-10T15:39:12 lorenzo, you could make it a bit more sophisticated and have it controlled from an app on your phone 2016-04-10T15:39:22 so… 10 seconds to program it 2016-04-10T15:40:05 but that’s as far as I would go with how smart it has to be 2016-04-10T15:41:16 + I’m pretty sure that they meant to say “programming” not learning 2016-04-10T15:41:23 cuz there’s really nothing to learn 2016-04-10T15:41:52 to my knowledge it detects user presence, stores timetables, and heats in advance 2016-04-10T15:41:57 so yes, it “learns” 2016-04-10T15:42:06 and also relays that data to third party 2016-04-10T15:42:19 BrainDamage, but that might not be what I want 2016-04-10T15:42:29 that’s a shitty thermostat 2016-04-10T15:42:35 if I set it at 15 and leave for a month 2016-04-10T15:42:40 I expect my house to stay at 15 2016-04-10T15:43:04 those devices start with the assumption that the algo / programmer knows better than the user 2016-04-10T15:43:34 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T15:53:31 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T15:57:53 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-10T16:10:42 nest does all of those things, but manages to fuck them all up 2016-04-10T16:17:52 nest lul 2016-04-10T16:27:56 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has quit [Quit: modeemikauppaan, kiitos dna] 2016-04-10T16:34:47 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.125] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-10T16:36:36 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T16:38:50 anyone know of a good way to sync a directory between a lunix server and a windows box? sync both ways… if an existing file is deleted on either, it ends up deleted on both. here’s the annoying catch: the program needs to be tolerant of shiity internet. e.g. able to resume failed downloads instead of just restarting the failed file transfer. 2016-04-10T16:39:14 rsync 2016-04-10T16:39:46 rsync will only do one way, you’ll need scripts to do both ways and handle conflicts, etc 2016-04-10T16:39:57 hmmm k 2016-04-10T16:39:57 if you want a readily made solution, syncthing 2016-04-10T16:40:32 it sits as daemon and syncs 2 ways and lets you chose conflict policy resolution and various other stuff 2016-04-10T16:40:37 it’s some sort of personal dropbox 2016-04-10T16:42:25 do you know if syncthing is fault tolerant? e.g. if a 10GB file transfer fails after 8GB, will it resume or start over at byte 0? 2016-04-10T16:43:09 not sure, it has decent docs and a moderately active channel at #syncthing 2016-04-10T16:43:16 try either docs or channel 2016-04-10T16:43:16 cool 2016-04-10T16:43:19 k 2016-04-10T16:46:19 syncthing looks nice 2016-04-10T16:47:57 Dropbox 2016-04-10T16:48:20 englishman, middleman will add problems for me 2016-04-10T16:48:37 -!- albru123 [~albru123@193.165.236.45] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-10T16:49:03 also, need to transfer maybe 100GB / month 2016-04-10T16:49:09 pwncloud 2016-04-10T16:50:56 someone in #syncthing says it will resume. yay 2016-04-10T16:55:22 syncthing looks nice 2016-04-10T16:56:35 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T16:58:31 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:00:24 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@2002:55d4:d1:0:6424:b732:30e4:659f] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:01:04 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d40923.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-10T17:07:12 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-10T17:10:55 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8GFpSCK6Jk 2016-04-10T17:12:35 sup Laurenceb_ 2016-04-10T17:12:37 sup all 2016-04-10T17:12:45 sup bloggers 2016-04-10T17:12:51 kikemir, have you innovated anything lately 2016-04-10T17:13:47 I’m sorry 2016-04-10T17:15:00 how about anything innovation going on in dongs skunk works? 2016-04-10T17:15:55 see that link for innovation 2016-04-10T17:16:57 ohsix already assburgered that link few hours ago, sadly 2016-04-10T17:17:04 pretty cool machien, i wonder what the accuracy is 2016-04-10T17:17:26 I wonder too 2016-04-10T17:17:46 propably just fine for basic workshop shiet 2016-04-10T17:18:12 have good drill bits to it 2016-04-10T17:18:50 and very short ones 2016-04-10T17:19:11 I don’t fully buy their tape marker thing 2016-04-10T17:19:37 I would use some prisms fixed to object being cut 2016-04-10T17:20:18 but tape marker of course is the fastest thing to set up 2016-04-10T17:22:00 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-37.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:28:26 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-64.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:29:31 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.129.227] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:30:20 I did not 2016-04-10T17:30:26 I almost did 2016-04-10T17:30:47 I need to concentrate on my oven control board 2016-04-10T17:31:01 and then fix tig welder with the same board 2016-04-10T17:31:34 remember that every diode can emit light, you just have to increase current 2016-04-10T17:33:11 https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B2GcdpJiNGfKOHRrdGlhTmt2VTA&usp=sharing there something 2016-04-10T17:35:15 https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/JkaZO3-ENMLdf2iykjkQEaGTua4sNfsA040aIUxGZw3P5q1_ICpIwNQmWtQbw1wJuWU90Q=w2560-h1894 2016-04-10T17:35:19 dem sma’s 2016-04-10T17:36:10 had to change to straight ones because collide with the sma controller 2016-04-10T17:36:19 and right angled cables! 2016-04-10T17:37:03 time to freelance, tehn sleep 2016-04-10T17:37:30 nothing good. 2016-04-10T17:37:43 equine ECG πŸ˜› 2016-04-10T17:37:46 yep so it’s something FreeRTOS or the cmsis layer is doing 2016-04-10T17:37:50 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Technical-Writing/Series-Circuit-Multisim/ read this as series circuit by muslim 2016-04-10T17:38:01 aandrew: maybe IRQ priortieis? 2016-04-10T17:38:05 iirc USB needs to be pretty high 2016-04-10T17:38:53 See the files attached. The format and the design information is attached. 2016-04-10T17:38:53 Deadline : Sunday 10th, April 2016. 2016-04-10T17:38:53 Work should be plagiarism free. 2016-04-10T17:38:53 Budget : 30$ 2016-04-10T17:39:09 crt: you need to buy your own one 2016-04-10T17:39:10 if I initialize the USB driver in main() and do not call osKernelStart() it works fine. if I init USB before osKernelStart() it kind of shows up on the PC but can’t select a config 2016-04-10T17:39:16 to touch it and play with it 2016-04-10T17:39:26 if I init in a RTOS thread same thing 2016-04-10T17:39:41 dongs: I can try reconfiguring, maybe freertos is doing something goofy there 2016-04-10T17:39:42 I can give you the part number 2016-04-10T17:39:58 aandrew: when do you “connet” usb 2016-04-10T17:39:59 connect 2016-04-10T17:40:11 F4 has the connect stuff on-chip right? 2016-04-10T17:40:15 1.5k pullup + config for it 2016-04-10T17:40:18 yes it’s all internal 2016-04-10T17:40:30 just direct connect, although I’ve modded a board to add 22R in series with D+/D- as some things spec it 2016-04-10T17:40:41 cuz once you connect youre supposed to answer whatever shit (zyp knows) within a short period of time or else usb borks 2016-04-10T17:40:42 as I said, if I do not call osKernelStart() it works 2016-04-10T17:40:45 so it’s not HW 2016-04-10T17:40:51 aandrew: not gonna make a diff there 2016-04-10T17:40:52 yes that’s standard USB shit 2016-04-10T17:40:54 crt: AGP2923-153KL 2016-04-10T17:41:14 I wonder is chinese air particle counters are any good 2016-04-10T17:41:43 kakimir, if you buy one let me know, I want one too 2016-04-10T17:41:51 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA5204.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T17:42:06 lots of noise in my room 2016-04-10T17:42:52 like 10 2016-04-10T17:43:03 if boostin 2016-04-10T17:43:31 for some reason link to that inductor is in my browser history 2016-04-10T17:43:48 we had autism over it dongs 2016-04-10T17:43:52 oh yeah 2016-04-10T17:43:53 the 3d model 2016-04-10T17:43:55 that link is also blue 2016-04-10T17:44:09 and you said that 3d model didnt work in opensores shit 2016-04-10T17:46:48 you have short memory on autism sessions 2016-04-10T17:46:51 it’s good 2016-04-10T17:51:11 that’s part of the autism 2016-04-10T17:51:52 not his sessions – mine 2016-04-10T17:52:51 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.129.227] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-10T17:53:50 kakimir is autistic over your body 2016-04-10T17:54:22 sup honey I got you some autism for valentines 2016-04-10T17:56:45 πŸ˜€ 2016-04-10T17:57:30 http://www.ebay.com/itm/UNI-T-UT-338C-VOC-PM2-5-Air-Quality-Detector-Data-Logger-Monitor-US-Plug-4Z0H-/381387239538 oh this looks betters 2016-04-10T17:57:39 too bad irc has no avatars, you could wear the awerenss ribbon 2016-04-10T17:58:12 I wonder if that usb has some serial protocol to it 2016-04-10T17:58:24 doesnt connect to int ernet 2016-04-10T17:58:25 no deal 2016-04-10T17:58:31 yes 2016-04-10T17:58:43 I bet ethernet connected are like 1k a pop 2016-04-10T17:58:50 min 2016-04-10T18:03:01 http://www.ebay.com/itm/GP2Y1010AU0F-Compact-Optical-Dust-Sensor-Smoke-Particle-Sensor-With-Cable-NEW-CF-/272041590308 what did I find 2016-04-10T18:03:21 some sensor module to arduino 2016-04-10T18:05:37 chips-fans 2016-04-10T18:07:48 the amionfire sensor 2016-04-10T18:08:09 https://wiki.nottinghack.org.uk/images/thumb/8/86/Donotbeonfire.jpg/400px-Donotbeonfire.jpg 2016-04-10T18:08:29 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T18:10:14 http://pisces.bbystatic.com/image2/BestBuy_US/images/products/5884/5884334_sa.jpg;canvasHeight=500;canvasWidth=500 why nobody sells a cable with the right-side connector on both ends? 2016-04-10T18:10:52 kakimir problem solver cable rev0 2016-04-10T18:12:15 lulz 2016-04-10T18:19:14 crt, not EU compatible. 2016-04-10T18:19:29 i want a proper cable 2016-04-10T18:22:42 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.182] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T18:23:55 BREAKING: Earthquake felt simultaneously in Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Nepal 2016-04-10T18:23:58 RIP pakis 2016-04-10T18:24:26 freelancer.com just lost half of its users 2016-04-10T18:24:42 good for business 2016-04-10T18:24:54 jew told me my bid was too high 2016-04-10T18:25:04 he’s welcome to pay twice for dumb pakis 2016-04-10T18:27:59 savings at any cost 2016-04-10T18:28:17 typical finnish motto too 2016-04-10T18:28:47 in business and personal life 2016-04-10T18:30:01 he will give stuff to pakis and they’ll fuck it up anyway 2016-04-10T18:30:07 so he’ll have to pay another paki to fix it 2016-04-10T18:31:22 I learn more lunix every day even when I don’t want to 2016-04-10T18:31:48 I seriously don’t want to learn a signle thing about it but it seems I just start to understand it 2016-04-10T18:32:18 start to make sense 2016-04-10T18:32:26 I need stonings very soon 2016-04-10T18:33:07 k last feelancer relaod and sleep 2016-04-10T18:33:09 nope, nothing 2016-04-10T18:33:41 nite dongs 2016-04-10T18:57:05 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-10T19:00:11 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-10T19:01:15 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-10T19:04:24 trying to get some simple USB stuff running on a STM32F0 2016-04-10T19:05:05 I should be able to use some program to view anything send to the computer to the /dev/ttyACM0? 2016-04-10T19:05:56 I have no clue if I am configuring things correctly on the stm32 side of things and it would be nice not to need to debug a host application at the same time… 2016-04-10T19:08:09 how hard debuggin lunix softwares is? 2016-04-10T19:08:19 running in rebugger and all 2016-04-10T19:08:45 I have never dealt with USB before, it would be nice to only have one unknown at a time 2016-04-10T19:08:52 I think as I’m third day into problem I need to concern setting it up 2016-04-10T19:09:19 I tried to run screen to connect to /dev/ttyACM0, but it keeps terminating. So I dont think that works 2016-04-10T19:09:27 lsusb? 2016-04-10T19:09:31 is it enumerating? 2016-04-10T19:09:33 dmesg? 2016-04-10T19:09:44 wbraun: hterm 2016-04-10T19:09:49 it enumerates 2016-04-10T19:10:11 I am using cubemx and the code it generates seems to configure the USB interface 2016-04-10T19:10:29 your hardware or a nucleo board? 2016-04-10T19:10:37 my hardware 2016-04-10T19:10:52 do you have proper pull ups? and resistors? 2016-04-10T19:11:19 it enumerates and everything. The documentation on the USB library is not the most helpful, so I am still figuring out how to send data 2016-04-10T19:11:30 STM32F072 has internal pullup 2016-04-10T19:11:58 if it enumerates and shows up with lsusb and in /dev/tty* I assume the hardware works 2016-04-10T19:11:59 what resistance? 2016-04-10T19:12:36 I would actually assume screen would not work as I dont have it set up as a virtual com port or anything, its just a random device in ACM mode 2016-04-10T19:12:51 a permission problem? 2016-04-10T19:12:55 the 1.5K or whatever is needed for USB Rickta59 2016-04-10T19:13:11 ooh, you were right 2016-04-10T19:13:13 premissions 2016-04-10T19:13:40 I am still a bit hazy on how ACM/CDC works 2016-04-10T19:13:51 if I send random data I should be able to see it with screen? 2016-04-10T19:14:02 Even though its not set up as a virtual com port or anything? 2016-04-10T19:14:08 assuming something is echoing it back in your firmware 2016-04-10T19:15:52 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA5204.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-10T19:18:24 oh wow, it works! 2016-04-10T19:18:53 I have no clue what is going on / why this works 2016-04-10T19:19:06 its acting like a virtual com port 2016-04-10T19:19:13 sounds like a sound basis for a product πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-10T19:19:16 but I did not have to install the ST drivers or anything 2016-04-10T19:19:37 or specify a baud rate for screen 2016-04-10T19:20:02 is this something that is not the same as a virtual com port? 2016-04-10T19:20:29 lsmod | grep cdc_acm 2016-04-10T19:20:36 that is the driver 2016-04-10T19:20:43 why would I need something like libusb then? 2016-04-10T19:22:02 also, the STM32 documentation refers to this as PSTN and never uses the term ACM 2016-04-10T19:24:12 is this on windows or linux or what? 2016-04-10T19:24:24 linux 2016-04-10T19:24:28 ah 2016-04-10T19:24:40 you should see /dev/ttyACM 2016-04-10T19:24:46 where x is a number 2016-04-10T19:24:58 Yah, I have it spitting hello world out of that 2016-04-10T19:25:00 also try lsusb 2016-04-10T19:25:07 everything works 2016-04-10T19:25:13 remember that chinese factory explosion 2016-04-10T19:25:54 Is this just emulating a serial port? 2016-04-10T19:25:58 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T19:26:24 I was under the impression that I would need to use libusb to receive the data or something 2016-04-10T19:27:31 its kind of a simplified serial port aiui 2016-04-10T19:28:44 does it just take whatever baud rate I tell it and that just affects the speed in which I can send things over USB? 2016-04-10T19:29:13 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.182] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-10T19:29:30 I guess I am confused because I thought it would be more complicated than this and now I expect some hidden complexity somewhere to come and bite me. 2016-04-10T19:29:51 there is lots of complexity .. you skipped a lot of it by using the cubemx stuff 2016-04-10T19:29:53 https://www.rfc1149.net/blog/2013/03/05/what-is-the-difference-between-devttyusbx-and-devttyacmx/ 2016-04-10T19:33:25 so ACM is only a subset of the CDC class 2016-04-10T19:33:48 I guess cubemx set up everything correctly for me so its just a serial port 2016-04-10T19:42:57 is there anything for C that format structure type instances for printing? 2016-04-10T19:43:12 like in python it creates those outputs without anything 2016-04-10T19:47:34 gdb? 2016-04-10T19:48:07 other than that, no, there isn’t enough information available within the language 2016-04-10T19:59:37 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:00:05 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-10T20:04:51 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo6NVX1fUno 2016-04-10T20:04:53 furries 2016-04-10T20:05:34 ahahahaha 2016-04-10T20:09:00 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-10T20:24:57 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:25:52 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.139.125] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:28:07 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-gnzqwheeubkluhek] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-10T20:33:44 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.139.125] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-10T20:34:10 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-erjyomhebdcscwrh] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:39:02 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.144] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:43:20 jpa- i was stalking you by visiting your website. Why your bachelor thesis says in the abstract its a master’s degree thesis? 2016-04-10T20:45:35 cuz fraud πŸ˜› 2016-04-10T20:47:09 my thesis is withheld :-/ 2016-04-10T20:47:12 The entire academic worls is a fraud, but that’s probably not it this time. 2016-04-10T20:47:18 *world 2016-04-10T20:48:02 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:48:05 Especially the academic paper crap. Where they always love out the details needed to get similar results as the authors. 2016-04-10T20:48:14 yup 2016-04-10T20:48:34 *leav 2016-04-10T20:48:36 e 2016-04-10T20:49:09 hmpf, need to learn to type properly. 2016-04-10T20:49:41 humanities are the worst I think when it comes to academic stuff 2016-04-10T20:50:04 in philosophy there’s literally people copying and pasting random stuff just to increase their publication count 2016-04-10T20:50:10 and I mean literally random stuff 2016-04-10T20:50:18 and a full circlejerk of close friends who quote each other 2016-04-10T20:50:23 to get the damn ratio or whatever index up πŸ˜€ 2016-04-10T20:50:48 not sure if that happens in other fields too 2016-04-10T20:53:19 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T20:54:30 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-10T20:54:47 of course it happens there too 2016-04-10T20:54:52 Ask Laurenceb_ πŸ˜› 2016-04-10T20:54:58 but he will probably deny it 2016-04-10T20:55:32 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.144] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-10T21:05:07 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-37.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-10T21:13:15 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-55-192.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T21:18:02 heh 2016-04-10T21:18:12 I have literally one published paper :-/ 2016-04-10T21:18:39 I planned to have 5, but its so hard to publish πŸ™ 2016-04-10T21:18:51 the one I did get published took close to 2 years work 2016-04-10T21:20:30 all the happened was one of the other authors got in major shit 2016-04-10T21:20:32 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-35787095 2016-04-10T21:20:50 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.208] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T21:20:52 hah 2016-04-10T21:21:13 too much politics πŸ™ 2016-04-10T21:52:32 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d40c46.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T21:55:03 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@2002:55d4:d1:0:6424:b732:30e4:659f] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-10T22:14:37 -!- bradfirj_ is now known as bradfirj 2016-04-10T22:40:33 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-10T22:41:49 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T23:17:16 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-55-192.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-10T23:20:28 ohsix IS THERE ANY STM32 IN THE NEST??? 2016-04-10T23:20:40 whoop whoop TOPIC POLICE 2016-04-10T23:24:19 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.62.22.67] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T23:45:48 nope doesn’t seem to be a priority thing 2016-04-10T23:46:10 by default the stm32 HAL driver sets the USB interrupt to the lowest priority (3,0), setting it to highest (0,0) didn’t change a thing 2016-04-10T23:51:53 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-10T23:53:03 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-10T23:53:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-10T23:53:17 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-10T23:59:48 does FreeRTOS need to know anything about hardware timers? I’m using TIM3, tried TIM4 just to see but no change — Day changed Mon Apr 11 2016 2016-04-11T00:01:55 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.62.22.67] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-11T00:06:56 aandrew: not in my useages of it, 2016-04-11T00:07:13 yeah I think I’m chasing the wrong problem 2016-04-11T00:07:21 unfortunatey USB enumeration is convoluted 2016-04-11T00:08:23 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.93.44] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T00:14:04 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.93.44] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-11T00:14:54 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-205-135.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Quit: Quit] 2016-04-11T00:17:25 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-11T00:27:18 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-64.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-11T00:41:38 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-54-96.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T00:47:15 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-205-135.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T00:47:16 -!- davor [~davor@unaffiliated/davor] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-11T01:05:15 -!- jonsowman2 [uid155658@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-mwribgycmbogbxoo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T01:06:02 -!- jonsowman [~jonsowman@kryten.hexoc.com] has quit [Quit: Habby habbing!!!] 2016-04-11T01:06:06 -!- jonsowman2 is now known as jonsowman 2016-04-11T01:14:55 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-11T01:18:00 -!- theAdib_ [~theadib@dslb-084-059-006-050.084.059.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T01:18:57 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.181.203] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-11T01:21:52 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-11T01:23:34 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.107.74] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T01:30:23 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-11T01:53:49 movie recs 2016-04-11T01:53:52 ? 2016-04-11T01:55:23 “rectale romance” 2016-04-11T01:55:34 it’s very good… very moving 2016-04-11T01:55:57 if it has romance in name of it 2016-04-11T01:56:23 oh 2016-04-11T01:56:28 rectale 2016-04-11T01:57:34 http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1401152/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_34 there something Liam Neeson that was just running on tv tonight 2016-04-11T01:58:15 a serbian film and cannibal holocaust should fit you well 2016-04-11T01:58:23 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-11T01:58:40 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2USXEJuvXT4 2016-04-11T01:58:41 I think I have watched some of those when I was edgy teen 2016-04-11T01:59:35 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T02:04:48 lul 2016-04-11T02:04:50 butt crack 2016-04-11T02:05:09 can we persuade kakimir to watch those movies one after the other 2016-04-11T02:05:29 I fucking hate debugging shiet that someone else pooped out and left to smell 2016-04-11T02:05:45 lunix 2016-04-11T02:06:43 but I like it also somehow I keep doing it and voice inside cries me to stop 2016-04-11T02:06:55 perversion 2016-04-11T02:08:42 kakimir: you’re aware those last two sentences will be pasted out of context later on right? 2016-04-11T02:09:01 I know 2016-04-11T02:09:25 for teh lulz 2016-04-11T02:10:19 rhoids 2016-04-11T02:11:26 crt: and then guy said “you want fries with that?” ahahah, unbelievable 2016-04-11T02:11:48 crt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we4DU6CZKfU there ou hve ledes 2016-04-11T02:12:50 yes 2016-04-11T02:12:55 ulticrap 2016-04-11T02:13:35 disposable ones 2016-04-11T02:14:04 lever them off after session and put new ones in 2016-04-11T02:17:16 kakimir I found your waifu 2016-04-11T02:17:18 http://imgur.com/KfpAnjK 2016-04-11T02:18:30 why? 2016-04-11T02:18:51 nice dog 2016-04-11T02:24:46 stm32 UID are unique through the whole product range right? i.e no conflict possible between e.g an F0 UID and F4 UID? 2016-04-11T02:26:15 that would be retarded if they weren’t, but i thought i’d ask 2016-04-11T02:26:26 yes 2016-04-11T02:34:19 they use the wafer number and x & y position 2016-04-11T02:34:27 among other stuff 2016-04-11T02:35:31 holy shit 2016-04-11T02:35:32 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GMnYRQrTr0 2016-04-11T02:35:39 rockoons made simple 2016-04-11T02:39:11 he’s probably sleeping 2016-04-11T02:39:15 1h40am in germany 2016-04-11T02:41:07 why sleep when you can irc 2016-04-11T02:42:47 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@18.111.113.15] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T02:43:10 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-54-96.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-11T02:43:10 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-11T02:50:36 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T03:05:07 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=we4DU6CZKfU 2016-04-11T03:08:56 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-11T03:09:46 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T03:11:13 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T03:30:10 so i can use __disable_irq() to mask interrupts, but does that also mean that when the function returns any existing interrupts have completed? 2016-04-11T03:30:15 -!- KreAture_ is now known as KreAture_Zzz 2016-04-11T03:30:23 wut 2016-04-11T03:30:37 __disable irq returns immediately 2016-04-11T03:30:43 ok 2016-04-11T03:30:55 its just cmsis intrinsic that ends up being some single instrcution 2016-04-11T03:31:02 how can i check that some interrupt that was part way through is done, after calling __disable_irq() 2016-04-11T03:31:19 hmm actually i guess i dont need to 2016-04-11T03:31:31 since im calling it from main() and not another ISR 2016-04-11T03:33:01 http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.arm.doc.dui0491h/CJAFBCBB.html 2016-04-11T03:33:33 CPSID i looks like 2016-04-11T03:33:38 for what it expand into 2016-04-11T03:34:22 and returns primask 2016-04-11T03:38:59 get 50ma rcd? 2016-04-11T03:41:35 fuck this. 2016-04-11T03:41:43 at least I have a minimal software setup now 2016-04-11T03:41:54 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-11T03:41:56 with USE_FREETROS undefined, it works. with USE_FREERTOS defined, it doesn’t. 2016-04-11T03:52:18 https://github.com/mixdownengineering/stm32cube-freertos-cdc 2016-04-11T03:52:47 you can build it either way by chanign the define in main.h 2016-04-11T04:00:29 I found the movie 2016-04-11T04:01:43 “Er Ist Wieder Da” 2016-04-11T04:20:31 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-11T04:29:01 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d40bb5.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T04:30:05 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T04:30:05 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-11T04:30:16 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-11T04:32:16 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d40c46.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-11T04:34:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T04:34:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-11T04:35:07 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-11T04:46:38 I may have figured out why it doesn’t work 2016-04-11T04:46:53 FreeRTOS *requires* systick to have the lowest priority 2016-04-11T04:47:21 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T04:47:36 the USB Device driver is completely interrupt-driven, and uses delays.. which uses systick 2016-04-11T04:52:26 http://www.freertos.org/RTOS-Cortex-M3-M4.html is a good page 2016-04-11T05:00:59 o0 2016-04-11T05:01:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T05:01:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-11T05:01:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-11T05:06:06 yes, although solving this may be a big pain in the ass 2016-04-11T05:06:23 might have to set up a hardware timer to resolve this 2016-04-11T05:07:15 if the usb driver wants to wait around and use HAL_Delay() I can override that easily enough but the FreeRTOS equivalent is still going to rely on systick and by defintion it must be lowest priority so will never fire while the USB interrupt is spinning waiting 2016-04-11T05:10:56 o 2016-04-11T05:11:01 that explains it 2016-04-11T05:12:04 you’re on F4 right? just use DWCCNT-based delay() 2016-04-11T05:12:10 fuck systick 2016-04-11T05:12:12 yes 2016-04-11T05:12:27 DWCCNT? timer down counter? 2016-04-11T05:13:47 http://bcas.tv/paste/results/Olns3096.html 2016-04-11T05:13:59 take out line 4 tho 2016-04-11T05:14:01 er 24 2016-04-11T05:14:39 heh using the CoreDebug system for a down counter? 2016-04-11T05:14:47 it works dude, everyone uses it 2016-04-11T05:14:52 ah cpu cycle conter 2016-04-11T05:14:53 counter 2016-04-11T05:14:54 got it 2016-04-11T05:14:55 yes 2016-04-11T05:15:12 sounds like you’re pushing weed 2016-04-11T05:15:15 “everyone’s doing it” 2016-04-11T05:15:28 hehe 2016-04-11T05:17:32 probly some extra dickery for HAL/RCC stuff 2016-04-11T05:17:35 but you get the idea 2016-04-11T05:17:43 can just hardcode ticks/us also since you probly know it 2016-04-11T05:19:41 yep resolving those right now 2016-04-11T05:19:51 that’s a slick workaround 2016-04-11T05:20:13 and it will work until such a time that I can untangle the usb driver so it works sanely instead of spinning in an interrupt 2016-04-11T05:24:33 depends on the interface 2016-04-11T05:24:42 the ls/fs one is all one interrupt 2016-04-11T05:24:49 the high speed one breaks out endpoint interrupts 2016-04-11T05:31:08 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Design-high-current-variable-power/ 2016-04-11T05:32:01 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/ARM-embed-board-develop-open/ 2016-04-11T05:39:19 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/ROBOT-MEASURING-ROOM-SIZE/ 2016-04-11T05:40:48 fuck, that doesn’t seem to be it. the delay routine is never called 2016-04-11T05:44:40 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-11T05:46:59 haha 2016-04-11T05:46:59 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/Simple-Schematic-Design-with-axis/ 2016-04-11T05:47:05 Please add to your first sentence in bid: 2016-04-11T05:47:06 “I have experiance with bn055” or “I do not have experiance with bn055” 2016-04-11T05:47:08 nobody does this 2016-04-11T05:54:06 thats to weed out pakis who dont read 2016-04-11T05:54:10 ive seen a lot of those 2016-04-11T05:54:13 yeah but nobody actually did it 2016-04-11T05:54:16 with like 20 bids 2016-04-11T05:54:17 of course 2016-04-11T05:54:43 i’ve seen like “for us to even consider your bid, please start it with “bla bla” 2016-04-11T05:54:52 and all auto-bidding pakis automatically fail 2016-04-11T05:57:44 heh i ordered a $30 pc case and $40 power supply from japshop, they sent both separately (free shipping) and each send cost them $12 2016-04-11T05:58:03 actually PC case was more like $16 cuz its bigger. 2016-04-11T05:58:42 ownt 2016-04-11T05:59:00 balls 2016-04-11T05:59:01 you know what it is 2016-04-11T05:59:06 sup 2016-04-11T05:59:08 fixed? 2016-04-11T05:59:23 the fucking FreeRTOS maloc() implementation hangs (intentionally) if you try to malloc() in an interrupt handler 2016-04-11T05:59:29 lewl 2016-04-11T05:59:36 now thats fuckin pro 2016-04-11T06:02:38 boom. 2016-04-11T06:02:39 fixed. 2016-04-11T06:11:14 with a variable resistor 2016-04-11T06:11:57 http://www.mf-powerresistor.com/images/Rheostat.JPG 2016-04-11T06:11:58 need one of these 2016-04-11T06:13:28 hm those are only 150W 2016-04-11T06:26:22 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.138.208] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-11T06:29:03 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T06:29:03 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-11T06:29:15 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-11T06:39:27 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T07:31:11 how many more in pakistan 2016-04-11T07:47:53 ohsix: sorry, just woke up. no, the people who bullshit like that don’t make it into the top journals (I don’t even think there’s a journal there for philosophy, but I’m sure the neuroscience journal has some philosophers writing in it) 2016-04-11T07:48:17 and maybe the economics ones too 2016-04-11T07:49:33 ohsix: ah well, I don’t know about other fields. I’ve read that most papers published on medical journals have some serious lack of proper statistics to back up the data 2016-04-11T07:50:58 statistical literacy in biology and related fields has always been quite lacking, especially hypothesis testing (p-values et al) 2016-04-11T07:51:20 so on a repeated batch of tests you basically don’t know if there’s a correlation 2016-04-11T07:51:22 or it was just sheer luck 2016-04-11T07:52:01 ohsix: very related https://xkcd.com/882/ 2016-04-11T07:54:29 anyway time to catch a train 2016-04-11T07:54:29 later 2016-04-11T07:57:34 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T07:58:21 now my next trick si trying to get the HS port runnign using its embedded PHY (I know it’ll only work in FS) 2016-04-11T08:09:14 Steffanx: yeah, i know, typo (didn’t remember to edit the template) and no-one noticed before it was already accepted etc. 2016-04-11T08:10:13 and because it is latex, 1) if i pdf-edit it, it craps the whole document and 2) if i recompile it, it also craps out stuff (some latex libs changed or something..) 2016-04-11T08:11:51 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T08:23:20 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T08:40:47 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-a7ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T08:58:25 what makes you think im interested? 2016-04-11T09:05:54 im just doing it to you to get bongs in your youtube history 2016-04-11T09:06:34 check under the battery holder 2016-04-11T09:06:38 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-a7ebe155.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-11T09:19:18 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T09:19:35 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T09:22:40 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-11T09:29:52 http://www.butterflylabs.com/current_refund_efforts/ 2016-04-11T09:30:10 anyone else thought asics.com was the best place to buy buttcoin miner hardware?? 2016-04-11T09:30:49 http://www.butterflylabs.com/addressing-misperceptions/ 2016-04-11T09:31:12 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.111.113.15] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-11T09:31:16 Statement: BFL voluntarily paid over $6 million in refunds in 2013 during our 65nm production. BFL paid over $14 million in refunds in 2014. 2016-04-11T09:31:18 holy fucking shit 2016-04-11T09:31:32 i shoulda got into buttcoin mining before it b ecame lame 2016-04-11T09:31:57 http://i.imgur.com/nKdsa0D.jpg i think i need to make a new jump pack 2016-04-11T09:35:04 just a little swollen, its still good. 2016-04-11T09:37:46 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T09:38:56 i’ve used it for all kinds of shit over the past 3 years, routinely starting farm machinery, lighting fires when matches/lighters not available, but i think i pushed it a bit hard today… 2016-04-11T09:40:11 what is it , hardcase hobbydong lipos? 2016-04-11T09:40:16 yerp 2016-04-11T09:40:25 4 in parallul 2016-04-11T09:40:47 they’re the $25 5000mah 4s packs 2016-04-11T09:41:47 sounds b-grade 2016-04-11T09:41:56 do those come in hardpack? 2016-04-11T09:42:07 i got some b-grades 3S in series in ebike 2016-04-11T09:42:08 works good 2016-04-11T09:42:17 wont cry too much if they leave it on and drain to zero 2016-04-11T09:42:17 at worst, in the past the leads have gotten warm when starting this particular tractor, but today it started it no worries, but puffed real hardcore 2016-04-11T09:42:33 nah, not b-grade, begrade deosnt come in hardpack 2016-04-11T09:43:12 the reject stuff is sold as bgrade much cheaper 2016-04-11T09:43:17 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T09:43:23 also how the fuck are you not on my ignroe list anymore? 2016-04-11T09:44:10 err, i dont have crt on ignore 2016-04-11T09:44:57 sure he talks about pumping every now and again but your shit jsut continually clogs up chats, or when there is no chats, shows as new messages when its jsut rubbish 2016-04-11T09:47:15 yeah, this client does that too but for some fuckign reson you’re nto on ignroe anymroe 2016-04-11T09:49:27 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-11T10:03:45 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d40bb5.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-11T10:04:05 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d424fe.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T10:05:31 -!- ka6sox is now known as zz_ka6sox 2016-04-11T10:06:50 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-11T10:18:11 > .py no thanks 2016-04-11T10:19:11 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.194] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T10:23:44 -!- zz_ka6sox is now known as ka6sox 2016-04-11T10:25:51 nice. minidp version of ipad thing is selling about 1:1 with the fullsize. 2016-04-11T10:25:54 without any advertising 2016-04-11T10:25:56 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T10:26:44 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-11T10:27:26 dongs are overall sales up or is it splitting 50-50 2016-04-11T10:28:01 it’s a bit up since japs blogged few weeks ago, but the current stuff is about 50/50 yea 2016-04-11T10:28:25 i preassembled a bunch and the piles are decreasing at same rate. 2016-04-11T10:29:41 sure 2016-04-11T10:32:12 noice – i wonder if you could do a shitty 3dprinted case design for the LCD and link it to shapeways or some shit so when people buy they’re like “oh shit, i dont need to worry abotu the case even” 2016-04-11T10:32:35 japs already did that 2016-04-11T10:32:42 they have a bunch of acrylic/shit models that they sell 2016-04-11T10:32:46 i link to a couple of htem from product page 2016-04-11T10:33:16 3d printed is kinda crap cuz you need a huge area 2016-04-11T10:33:20 actually my 3d dicker should be able to do it 2016-04-11T10:33:51 but yeah or cheapass picture frames and stuff 2016-04-11T10:34:17 yeah, i dont mean you should make it, jsut gief links to models, so lazy people can click like 10 times and everythingthey need is on its way 2016-04-11T10:34:20 http://weekly.ascii.jp/elem/000/000/222/222150/ this is hte last time japs blogged about it 2016-04-11T10:34:44 lolwut 2016-04-11T10:34:53 that looks like chink level clonerism design 2016-04-11T10:36:04 hehe the stand is some tablet/something stand 2016-04-11T10:45:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.194] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-11T10:49:06 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.136.218] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T10:49:23 /notstm32 ohsix 2016-04-11T10:49:31 ^ thats the name of my alias 2016-04-11T10:56:33 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-11T10:59:16 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-11T11:04:53 Please do not use the offensive term “Swede.” The residents of Sweden should properly be called “Persons of African or Islamic Descent” or “PAID” thank you. 2016-04-11T11:06:45 -!- jon1012 [~jon@81-64-217-145.rev.numericable.fr] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T11:06:59 -!- jon1012 [~jon@81-64-217-145.rev.numericable.fr] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-11T11:06:59 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T11:09:58 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-11T11:10:42 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.136.218] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-11T11:15:16 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T11:17:52 -!- pulsar [~PLS@2a01:4f8:130:4029::1:7] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-11T11:17:59 -!- pulsar [~PLS@88.198.83.182] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T11:22:04 -!- johntramp [~john@unaffiliated/johntramp] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-11T11:48:50 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T11:50:05 Did you know? Pepper spray is illegal in Sweden as it infringes on the natural right of refugees to rape. 2016-04-11T11:52:50 why does this https://www.safehomeproducts.com/shp2/data/pictures/ES-MINCRO-001_Cat.jpg + http://www.metalsucks.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/ec22.jpg seems like an awesome idea? 2016-04-11T11:54:10 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d424fe.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-11T11:55:21 lol is the 1st one a compressed air horn thingy 2016-04-11T11:57:19 the first one is a PIR + some kind of pressurized spray can for getting rid of cats 2016-04-11T11:57:32 ohh 2016-04-11T11:57:34 i thought it was manual 2016-04-11T11:57:36 thats nice ahhaha 2016-04-11T11:57:42 yeah 2016-04-11T11:57:48 that would be fuckin awesome 2016-04-11T11:57:49 yeah i see the snesor thing below now 2016-04-11T11:59:02 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGh5aE5VGoI 2016-04-11T12:01:12 i believe ive linked this here already https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIbkLjjlMV8 2016-04-11T12:02:30 but yeah, PIR spray can + pepper spray can seems like an awesome idea – i need to find where i can buy these 2016-04-11T12:04:04 https://youtu.be/uIbkLjjlMV8?t=184 2016-04-11T12:04:05 lols 2016-04-11T12:04:12 his led lights up when he touches it with iron? 2016-04-11T12:04:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.198] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T12:05:15 sup? 2016-04-11T12:05:33 zyp, not much, making your shit tomrorow 2016-04-11T12:05:38 finally got all the garbage together i think 2016-04-11T12:06:04 ah, cool 2016-04-11T12:09:29 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T12:09:56 https://youtu.be/uIbkLjjlMV8?t=454 thats gr8 2016-04-11T12:10:30 https://youtu.be/uIbkLjjlMV8?t=451 rather 2016-04-11T12:12:30 isn’t that what cats do? 2016-04-11T12:13:14 i saw some jap CM yesterday using call me maybe song 2016-04-11T12:13:22 or whatever its called 2016-04-11T12:13:47 heh 2016-04-11T12:15:42 should i feel honoured that dongie watched a video i linked for more than 10 seconds? 2016-04-11T12:16:05 i lasted way longer than most ohsix vid 2016-04-11T12:16:10 those get insta-closed most of hte time 2016-04-11T12:17:13 old as shit 2016-04-11T12:17:48 wat 2016-04-11T12:18:16 i see no dong links 2016-04-11T12:18:21 he did a part 2, also super old 2016-04-11T12:19:10 assburger6 2016-04-11T12:19:18 again off to some fuckedup tangent that makes no snense 2016-04-11T12:21:46 sorry my attention span is liek 30 seconds 2016-04-11T12:43:32 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cfuem5ZUEAAgcHm.jpg 2016-04-11T12:50:41 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T13:00:58 Your 30 days free license has expired. 2016-04-11T13:00:59 Please fax your License File/Registration and License Request Request Form to Lattice Semiconductor Corp. 2016-04-11T13:08:19 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T13:17:18 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Engineering/expert-calculus-needed-for-huge/ 2016-04-11T13:27:17 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.198] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-11T13:38:42 don’t want to deal with licensing? don’t worry, mentor’s got you covered: http://bcas.tv/paste/results/HirIDk54.html 2016-04-11T13:40:17 sounds liek aplan 2016-04-11T13:40:32 http://i.imgur.com/Hh5cSGe.png 2016-04-11T13:42:03 vape only stores are actually ominously common here 2016-04-11T13:50:41 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-11T13:50:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T13:55:33 I’m confused, is the CAS BACnet stack free or do I have to pay for it? 2016-04-11T13:55:33 A: The CAS BACnet stack is royalty free, and free of charge but we require you to buy 100 hours of support to help you integrate the BACnet stackin to your device. 2016-04-11T14:03:40 hmm, looks like I managed to fuck up altium 2016-04-11T14:03:47 can anyone give me some insight as to what might be happening here? https://www.dropbox.com/s/jt6e1ruci3cmc20/Screenshot%202016-04-10%2012.17.34.png?dl=0 2016-04-11T14:03:50 “Access violation at address 00000002. Read of address 00000002 at 00000002.” 2016-04-11T14:04:04 it continues running, but pops up more of those 2016-04-11T14:04:09 it seems the master just stops clocking during the final (n)ack 2016-04-11T14:04:22 “ok, let’s me just save, quit and restart”, but no 2016-04-11T14:04:30 “Exception Occured In SaveObject” 2016-04-11T14:05:26 “External exception EEDFADE at 76D2C42D. 2016-04-11T14:05:27 KERNELBASE.dll, Base Address: 76D20000.” 2016-04-11T14:06:25 jonsowman, in what sense? 2016-04-11T14:06:59 the clock goes high for the ack pulse and just stays there, sda stays low 2016-04-11T14:07:40 the whole transaction just appears to stop at that point instead of scl returning low, then a stop bit 2016-04-11T14:08:54 looks like host is misbehaving 2016-04-11T14:12:17 which chip is the host? 2016-04-11T14:12:52 stm32 2016-04-11T14:12:53 I haven’t seen the host inserting a delay between last data bit and ack bit on any of the ones I’ve worked with 2016-04-11T14:12:58 sure, but which? 2016-04-11T14:13:06 oh sorry, f030 2016-04-11T14:13:14 ah, so that’s I2Cv2 2016-04-11T14:13:21 I’ve only worked with I2Cv1 parts 2016-04-11T14:13:31 if a slave was holding sda low at that point, it wouldnt stop the master clocking,would it? 2016-04-11T14:13:40 no 2016-04-11T14:13:45 hmm 2016-04-11T14:13:50 it’s clearly the host misbehaving 2016-04-11T14:13:51 it can only be the stm then 2016-04-11T14:13:54 yes 2016-04-11T14:14:37 thanks, I will investigate further 2016-04-11T14:16:24 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T14:21:07 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.219] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-11T14:23:22 zyp, ctrl+s, and quit it 2016-04-11T14:23:46 oh, owned @ safve 2016-04-11T14:24:00 -!- mervaka_ is now known as mervaka 2016-04-11T14:25:57 its all in pascal 2016-04-11T14:26:22 it has COM interface most likely 2016-04-11T14:26:46 dont know/care 2016-04-11T14:27:20 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T14:30:33 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.143] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T14:37:22 dongs, yeah, save during quit seemed to work 2016-04-11T14:37:25 so it worked out 2016-04-11T14:39:38 zyp: so this is comms between stm and slave A. if I put slave B into shutdown (disables its i2c interface) during the transaction it works ok 2016-04-11T14:39:55 https://www.dropbox.com/s/6vr1dae9f2zkvga/Screenshot%202016-04-10%2012.22.40.png?dl=0 2016-04-11T14:40:08 i am thoroughly confused 2016-04-11T14:43:48 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.143] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-11T14:46:54 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-11T14:48:01 oh 2016-04-11T14:48:35 then I guess other slave is doing clock stretching to keep up even when not addressed 2016-04-11T14:49:13 which confuses the other parts or something 2016-04-11T14:50:08 shouldn’t it be holding scl low though? 2016-04-11T14:50:17 it doesn’t complete the falling (n)ack edge 2016-04-11T14:53:27 clock stretching is a slave forcing scl low, yes 2016-04-11T14:53:46 I’m thinking particularly between last data bit and the ack bit for the working bytes 2016-04-11T14:54:00 yes indeed 2016-04-11T14:54:06 don’t know how that makes it fail though 2016-04-11T14:54:13 whereas in the first screenshot, scl stays high (forever) 2016-04-11T14:54:23 and sda stays low forever 2016-04-11T14:54:33 maybe checking the actual bus level with a scope would help 2016-04-11T14:54:47 hmm yes 2016-04-11T14:54:51 a digital trace doesn’t give you the full picture 2016-04-11T14:54:57 ok, will do 2016-04-11T14:58:13 jonsowman: maybe you are hitting some timeout due to the stretch? 2016-04-11T14:58:38 jpa-: it doesn’t seem to be a valid stretch though? since scl is high 2016-04-11T14:58:53 if it were a slave clock stretching, scl would be low, but it’s high 2016-04-11T14:59:45 i mean the first one, perhaps 2016-04-11T15:00:35 https://www.dropbox.com/s/jt6e1ruci3cmc20/Screenshot%202016-04-10%2012.17.34.png?dl=0 2016-04-11T15:00:36 this one? 2016-04-11T15:00:59 sda just stays low, scl high 2016-04-11T15:01:09 for at least the 10 seconds i sampled for 2016-04-11T15:02:59 was it you having problems the other day with sda being sampled too fast after slave releases clock stretching, or was that somebody else? 2016-04-11T15:03:17 that was me 2016-04-11T15:03:30 that turned out to be the pullups being too strong 2016-04-11T15:03:41 is this the same circuit? 2016-04-11T15:03:49 yes, but with an additional i2c slave 2016-04-11T15:04:06 is it the same or new slave misbehaving this time? 2016-04-11T15:04:24 the screenshot is communication with the same slave, but it seems that the new slave is causing the issue 2016-04-11T15:04:39 since if I physically remove it, or put it into shutdown, this doesn’t happen 2016-04-11T15:04:52 maybe the new problem is too weak pullups πŸ™‚ 2016-04-11T15:05:18 so that it doesn’t cope with the additional capacitance from another slave 2016-04-11T15:05:26 so the new slave has internal 50k pullups 2016-04-11T15:05:48 old slave worked with just the stm32 internal pullups (about 40k istr?) 2016-04-11T15:06:12 unsure, those are pretty weak in either case 2016-04-11T15:06:33 I’ll fit 10k, which is what the old-slave-datasheet recommends 2016-04-11T15:06:34 again, a scope trace will show this 2016-04-11T15:06:44 yes indeed 2016-04-11T15:07:20 i dislike i2c 2016-04-11T15:10:33 I think most people here would agree 2016-04-11T15:10:48 πŸ™‚ 2016-04-11T15:10:54 anyway I will do some digging 2016-04-11T15:10:56 thanks for your help 2016-04-11T15:21:13 wow…. new episode of the new season of fear of the walking dead just needed 2 minutes to make me angry again about the increased level of stupidity of the characters…… 2016-04-11T15:22:46 “we are surrounded by zombies, but i can’t let go of that dead body, i will for sure be the reason why we are attacked by zombies, but i still wanna stay at the dead body i cant rescue!” 2016-04-11T15:24:18 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T15:25:02 i gave up in the middle of the second season 2016-04-11T15:25:23 yeah i think i will give up there too, its the first episode of 2nd season here in germany 2016-04-11T15:25:41 i actually already wanted to stop at first season but ….. its enough to be watched…. what else to watch…. 2016-04-11T15:28:23 is that the LA based spin off set in the same time frame? 2016-04-11T15:28:29 its before 2016-04-11T15:28:40 its like what happened to the earth at the moment when it happened 2016-04-11T15:28:40 well, whenever someone tells me “hey i’m watching this, it sucks but there’s nothing else” i picture someone in front of a plate full of shit 2016-04-11T15:28:50 by storyline its SUPER interesting…. but they made it the most boring experience ever 2016-04-11T15:28:51 if it’s shit, you don’t eat it 2016-04-11T15:29:21 mitrax: i am sitting 24/7 at the TV….. i just bought all ALF seasons on Amazon….. i am so bored πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-11T15:29:51 you’re the zombie then πŸ™‚ 2016-04-11T15:30:13 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T15:30:14 BRAINS….. BRAINS!!!…… …… ….. BRAINS….. brains…… 2016-04-11T15:31:40 Getty: so it’s all the time line when rick was in hospital sort of thing then? how much time has passed by the time they’re in this second seson? 2016-04-11T15:32:07 supposedly not much 2016-04-11T15:32:08 mh i think we talk about 2-3 days after the first zombie 2016-04-11T15:32:28 the series starts with a homeless guy being attacked by zombies and that seemed to have been “the start” 2016-04-11T15:32:45 and then the first season of the fear of the walking dead surrounds by the main character not believing what happens 2016-04-11T15:33:07 its like all the years of zombie movies didnt prepared them πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-11T15:33:39 oh duh, the LA thing, didn’t even watch that 2016-04-11T15:35:31 wtf?! dont they have budget to show drowning people in the ocean?!?! 2016-04-11T15:35:45 all people on board talk about the drowning people, you hear the drowning people in the background 2016-04-11T15:35:48 but …. they are not shown 2016-04-11T15:35:55 AH! now 2016-04-11T15:35:57 wow πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-11T15:36:01 that show sucks so hard 2016-04-11T15:36:27 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T16:01:48 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-11T16:07:19 ok, now it makes sense… the authors actually made a game out of it, what is the most stupid thing the character could do to make the life threatening situation even more dangerous, and thats how they picked what would happen….. 2016-04-11T16:08:54 whos ohsix? 2016-04-11T16:11:24 there are many people who like to talk πŸ˜‰ but watching fear of the walking dead, makes you like wanna spit out so many swear words at once…. 2016-04-11T16:12:28 watched walking dead? 2016-04-11T16:12:59 fear of the walking dead is like less gory and more stupid 2016-04-11T16:14:37 there might be moments where you wanna use your arms against yourself just to let the stupidity out you just saw 2016-04-11T16:16:59 and now for something completely different 2016-04-11T16:17:01 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnhue-Rie6k 2016-04-11T16:17:36 WHATS IN THE BOX??? oh wait wrong clip….. 2016-04-11T16:22:13 eh… i feel there’s a new episode of WOZ coming 2016-04-11T16:22:32 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.137.66] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T16:23:45 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.107.74] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-11T16:28:39 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/PCB-Layout-for-BGA/ 2016-04-11T16:29:08 1500 INR = ~$22 2016-04-11T16:29:19 i wouldn’t evne open a schematic with BGA for $22 2016-04-11T16:29:40 bedtime 2016-04-11T16:30:52 -!- Strogg [~jean@unaffiliated/strogg] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.8] 2016-04-11T16:31:40 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-11T16:33:13 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T16:35:32 ohsix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVN6hu0vpOg&nohtml5=False 2016-04-11T17:15:12 -!- tecdroid [~icke@tmo-097-2.customers.d1-online.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-11T17:20:10 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T17:22:06 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@ip-89-102-171-94.net.upcbroadband.cz] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T17:29:31 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@193.231.195.178.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T17:47:28 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T17:49:56 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:13:05 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-11T18:14:47 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:17:51 anyone know how to track a FE******* fedex number from china? 2016-04-11T18:17:55 not seen these before 2016-04-11T18:23:07 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T18:28:40 try 17track.net or similar sites 2016-04-11T18:29:53 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.96] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:30:14 -!- sterna [~Adium@80.252.213.130] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:37:25 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-72-184.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:38:25 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-11T18:38:25 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T18:43:01 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T19:04:24 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-11T19:05:07 qyx ya no luck 2016-04-11T19:05:14 first thing I tried 2016-04-11T19:06:51 -!- Tectu [~Tectu@193.231.195.178.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-11T19:09:26 -!- freakuency_ [~freakuenc@dhcp-041158.eduroam.chalmers.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T19:09:34 oh damn https://imgur.com/gallery/NrBLn 2016-04-11T19:12:02 that actually looks realistic 2016-04-11T19:12:07 better than WWE 2016-04-11T19:12:17 but then anything is better than WWE 2016-04-11T19:16:28 ya 2016-04-11T19:16:32 looks legit 2016-04-11T19:16:54 https://i.imgur.com/7BY7SOk.gifv 2016-04-11T19:17:00 how to fake this? 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2016-04-11T23:29:26 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f770a5e.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-11T23:32:36 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B006YG8X9Y/ 2016-04-11T23:32:40 for all yall muricans 2016-04-11T23:32:47 el cheapo laptop memory 2016-04-11T23:45:58 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-11T23:48:09 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-11T23:53:39 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] — Day changed Tue Apr 12 2016 2016-04-12T00:06:05 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-12T00:07:41 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-12T00:09:28 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-12T00:22:44 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtW1Lq5c04E movie recmds 2016-04-12T00:36:14 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T00:41:42 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T00:46:11 -!- jonsowman [uid155658@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-mwribgycmbogbxoo] has quit [] 2016-04-12T00:48:01 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T01:15:31 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaJlYwoUJlY innovation 2016-04-12T01:16:06 heh, “repairs” by grinding off the top of it. 2016-04-12T01:16:14 no help if the damaged threads are further down. 2016-04-12T01:16:37 90% it’s the top 2016-04-12T01:17:17 right after cut 2016-04-12T01:18:26 you can have toolset for makin threads but it’s laborous compared to that 2016-04-12T01:19:03 they have quite rip-off pricing 2016-04-12T01:20:24 40usd or so 2016-04-12T01:20:39 for hobby use it’s just too much 2016-04-12T01:24:01 what do you plan to tap with it? 2016-04-12T01:25:25 if you have small production or big hobby project with all thread bars it could be handly 2016-04-12T01:25:28 handy 2016-04-12T01:26:27 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T01:27:32 or dozens of plain bars needing clean bevel to them 2016-04-12T01:27:56 you get one better doing one yourself with lathe drill bits 2016-04-12T01:28:05 adjust as you wish 2016-04-12T01:28:20 or make multiple ones 2016-04-12T01:34:16 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T01:35:22 I have had HF traps unscrew themselves as if they were made of butter 2016-04-12T01:36:32 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-12T01:36:49 HF? 2016-04-12T01:36:59 trap? 2016-04-12T01:37:13 harbor freight 2016-04-12T01:38:09 yankee crapstore? 2016-04-12T01:39:10 ohsix i would never use a HF tap in anything you cared about 2016-04-12T01:39:29 there is no way you get full width set with proper material to it for 14usd 2016-04-12T01:40:23 it works fine on wax 2016-04-12T01:41:02 they are well known for breaking 2016-04-12T01:41:21 HF ‘specially 2016-04-12T01:41:54 never had a HF tap break 2016-04-12T01:42:01 bend, untwist, yes…break, no πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-12T01:42:21 halp 2016-04-12T01:42:55 http://ark.intel.com/products/82932/Intel-Core-i7-5820K-Processor-15M-Cache-up-to-3_60-GHz 2016-04-12T01:42:59 or 2016-04-12T01:43:00 http://ark.intel.com/products/88195/Intel-Core-i7-6700K-Processor-8M-Cache-up-to-4_20-GHz 2016-04-12T01:43:36 5820k uses the same socket that the next line of cpu will use (2011-v3) 2016-04-12T01:43:56 i dont follow all this PC stuff much anymore tho 2016-04-12T01:44:13 has 2 more cores and more cache, lower clock 2016-04-12T01:44:22 price is about the same 2016-04-12T01:44:36 no GPU in the 5820k 2016-04-12T01:45:30 ? 2016-04-12T01:45:38 http://ark.intel.com/compare/82932,88195 2016-04-12T01:45:47 could you open that one for me ohsix 2016-04-12T01:47:00 ReadError, what is it going to be used for? 2016-04-12T01:47:25 those are two different classes of cpus 2016-04-12T01:47:39 2011 vs 115x 2016-04-12T01:48:32 socket 2011 got almost twice as many pins, which allows for shit like more memory channels and more pcie lanes 2016-04-12T01:49:24 IMO the deciding factor should be how many pcie lanes you need 2016-04-12T01:50:42 there’s been a few generations since last system I bought, but I figure the situation is still the same 2016-04-12T01:52:49 2011 was significantly more expensive, and I don’t really think you get a real world performance gain by sacrificing max clock for more cores 2016-04-12T01:53:26 multithreaded performance will of course be better, but you’re sacrificing singlethreaded performance 2016-04-12T01:54:55 zyp ya 2016-04-12T01:55:03 the broadwell-e or w/e the new stuff is 2016-04-12T01:55:07 will use the same socket 2016-04-12T01:55:28 so im thinking I could swap it out later 2016-04-12T01:55:35 haha 2016-04-12T01:55:44 why would you do that? 2016-04-12T01:56:00 well later as in 5 months, or blackfriday 2016-04-12T01:56:08 if I even need to… 2016-04-12T01:56:15 this is a productivity machine not gaming 2016-04-12T01:56:23 I’ve never upgraded half of a motherboard+cpu combo, it’s just not worth it 2016-04-12T01:56:38 64gb ram, sammy 950 evo PRO 2016-04-12T01:56:59 I also wonder if the ddr3->ddr4 is noticable 2016-04-12T01:57:14 not sure about socket 2011, but on 115x, each cpu generation usually gets a new chipset generation even if the socket is the same 2016-04-12T01:57:23 zyp very true 2016-04-12T01:57:33 so while it may still fit and work, you don’t get to utilize all features 2016-04-12T01:57:42 resulting in a mismatched setup 2016-04-12T01:57:45 http://www.microcenter.com/product/455010/Sabertooth_X99-USB_31_LGA_2011-v3_Intel_Motherboard 2016-04-12T01:57:54 all the mobos are stupid gaymer mobos now ;/ 2016-04-12T01:58:07 haha 2016-04-12T01:58:07 I dont want all this fancy metal shit 2016-04-12T01:58:23 ReadError, well, especially 2011 shit, I guess 2016-04-12T01:58:25 I do want m.2 slot, usb 3.1 2016-04-12T01:59:01 2011 shit is more expensive, so it’s targetted at gamers with too much money to burn 2016-04-12T01:59:06 on the plus side, http://www.microcenter.com/product/437203/Core_i7-5820k_33_GHz_LGA_2011_V3_Tray_Processor 2016-04-12T01:59:11 comes out to $300 2016-04-12T01:59:15 which is a bangup deal 2016-04-12T01:59:31 even cheaper than the 6700k 2016-04-12T01:59:49 I’m pretty sure I’d buy 1151 if I were assembling a new system today 2016-04-12T01:59:56 zyp any reason? 2016-04-12T02:00:19 got 1150 last time, got 1155 before that, same rationale now 2016-04-12T02:00:27 all my desktops are 1155 2016-04-12T02:00:28 it’s just not worth it to go with 2011 instead 2016-04-12T02:00:38 2500ks, 2600k, xeon 2016-04-12T02:00:58 stil all work pretty okay, but the 64gb is making me want to jump 2016-04-12T02:01:06 yeah, I’ve got a 3770k and a 4670 or whatever that was 2016-04-12T02:01:10 heh 2016-04-12T02:01:20 what are you doing that needs 64gb? 2016-04-12T02:01:33 zyp I run everything in virtuals 2016-04-12T02:01:38 I mean, you can never have too much ram, that’s why I maxed out mine with 32gb 2016-04-12T02:01:52 like solidworks, programming, altium 2016-04-12T02:01:56 different virtuals 2016-04-12T02:01:58 but even with vms running, I don’t tend to use more than half 2016-04-12T02:02:17 makes it easy to throw on a little usb3 HD and take with me 2016-04-12T02:03:19 when I’m not running VMs, I’m usually sitting below 25% utilization 2016-04-12T02:03:26 or rather, 25% reserved 2016-04-12T02:03:38 the rest of course gets used for caching shit 2016-04-12T02:04:40 yea sucks since I can only spool up 2 or 1 depending on which its made for, at a time 2016-04-12T02:04:56 but they are on their own SSD so suspending is pretty quick 2016-04-12T02:05:04 guess you do heavier shit than me in the VMs :p 2016-04-12T02:05:36 yea, some solidworks stuff will bring the pain 2016-04-12T02:06:01 I stopped running altium in vmware after shit crashed, rendering the last save corrupt, losing me a bunch of work 2016-04-12T02:06:12 oh? 2016-04-12T02:06:20 the VM crashed? 2016-04-12T02:06:27 or altium 2016-04-12T02:06:28 yeah, some old vmware bug, it’s fixed now 2016-04-12T02:06:41 ahh, I use parallels 2016-04-12T02:06:47 it seems a bit quicker 2016-04-12T02:07:05 idk, I haven’t tried parallels for years 2016-04-12T02:07:44 its gotten better 2016-04-12T02:07:57 I have fusion too but parallels is all around better 2016-04-12T02:08:08 fusion has it beat on linux guest 2016-04-12T02:08:11 but yeah, I should probably move back to using vmware for altium 2016-04-12T02:08:22 its nice 2016-04-12T02:08:34 so easy to move it around 2016-04-12T02:08:57 I don’t care about that, I’m just tired of dualbooting :p 2016-04-12T02:09:22 ahhh yea 2016-04-12T02:10:04 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-12T02:10:04 maybe I’d get more shit done if I could fire up altium more often, because it wouldn’t require so much effort :p 2016-04-12T02:10:25 yea throw it up on a 2nd monitor fullscreen 2016-04-12T02:10:31 wont even notice its a virtual 2016-04-12T02:10:51 sure, I’ve been doing a ton of other stuff in vmware 2016-04-12T02:12:20 another thing I should do with altium is make some sort of central component library 2016-04-12T02:13:01 right now each project have its own lib, and I keep copying shit between project libs 2016-04-12T02:15:48 how does that repo stuff work? 2016-04-12T02:15:55 or ‘vault’ 2016-04-12T02:16:17 is it easy to make your own server? 2016-04-12T02:16:26 https://youtu.be/4i0g8vWeliI?t=13m what is that tool? 2016-04-12T02:16:35 or easier to just keep them in files local 2016-04-12T02:17:33 -!- Steffann [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T02:17:46 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T02:18:04 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-12T02:21:13 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T02:23:10 dunno, gonna look into that some time 2016-04-12T02:25:04 there’s a vault server thing, but it looks like it requires a separate license 2016-04-12T02:25:31 guess its more useful if you are doing company stuff 2016-04-12T02:25:44 yeah 2016-04-12T02:25:44 it would be cool though to have like a small community repo 2016-04-12T02:25:56 like with people you trust 2016-04-12T02:26:12 there’s also some dblib stuff, and svndblib 2016-04-12T02:26:26 i.e. integrated support for putting shit on svn 2016-04-12T02:26:48 but idk how useful that shit is, considering svn is old shit 2016-04-12T02:28:05 yeah, fuck that 2016-04-12T02:28:29 I’ll probably just make a plain lib and throw it in a git repo or something 2016-04-12T02:29:05 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-wppervywgusxctgz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T02:42:42 ohsix, was there a last week tonight, this week? 2016-04-12T02:45:08 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T02:46:37 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T02:47:40 hmmm didnt notice it lemme see 2016-04-12T02:49:29 i normally just look at omgwtf and click through the pages and try to notice stuff 2016-04-12T02:49:37 its a bad system but thats how i can find new shows 2016-04-12T02:50:13 ahh yes, 18hrs ago 2016-04-12T03:02:16 yea might set that up someday… 2016-04-12T03:08:51 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-12T03:09:40 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T03:27:11 someone has been on /pol/ again 2016-04-12T03:27:52 * Laurenceb_ is fapping to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GMnYRQrTr0 2016-04-12T03:28:44 tell me about britt life Laurenceb_ ! 2016-04-12T03:29:23 what can I say… its raining πŸ˜› 2016-04-12T03:31:56 its a pretty cool country 2016-04-12T03:47:50 our bishops are funny 2016-04-12T03:48:04 they are literally cuckbabbies 2016-04-12T03:48:57 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36002621 2016-04-12T03:52:27 rekt 2016-04-12T03:52:57 should 2016-04-12T03:54:28 I understand this 2016-04-12T03:54:35 I love the fact that the first thing he does it go to national media 2016-04-12T03:55:04 wow this is embarrassing personal information… what should I do? 2016-04-12T03:55:43 well, maybe he thinks that there is something to gain by being churchils son 2016-04-12T03:55:43 such winner 2016-04-12T04:16:11 `? 2016-04-12T04:19:18 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.80.167] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T04:21:54 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-12T04:26:59 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-12T04:43:21 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T04:43:21 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-12T04:43:33 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-12T04:53:34 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-12T05:05:24 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.70] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-12T05:09:35 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-12T05:09:50 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T05:15:53 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T05:47:02 crt, bullshit 2016-04-12T05:51:33 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T05:52:08 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T06:08:25 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.80.167] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-12T06:09:02 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T06:17:43 bloggin 2016-04-12T06:17:51 received lattice evalboard. 2016-04-12T06:19:00 oh what teh fcucking lol 2016-04-12T06:19:03 just opened mouser box 2016-04-12T06:19:06 invoice inside is for some HK dude 2016-04-12T06:19:17 who bought F030, schottkies and some PTCs/zeners 2016-04-12T06:20:09 some DMX trash and some MPEG2TS trash 2016-04-12T06:21:42 is that extra segments showing on the vfd whttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Keithley-2000-Digital-Multimeter-0691981/272200753725 2016-04-12T06:22:30 KEEN OCEAN IND LTD 2016-04-12T06:22:43 http://www.keenocean.com.hk/ 2016-04-12T06:22:55 these are the terds whose invoice igot 2016-04-12T06:37:10 pumped speaker 2016-04-12T06:45:06 >ASIP (Application-specific instruction-set processors) 2016-04-12T06:45:28 wth is that 2016-04-12T06:46:02 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T06:46:02 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-12T06:46:16 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-12T06:48:58 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/High-speed-PCB-Layout-altium/ 2016-04-12T06:49:02 1500 INR = $22 2016-04-12T06:49:11 attn R2COM ^ 2016-04-12T06:50:21 wtf only like 4 new projects since lat night 2016-04-12T06:50:24 feelancer is dying 2016-04-12T06:50:52 oh no, most are just reposts 2016-04-12T06:51:14 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Software-Architecture/Short-Range-Wireless-Distance-Position/ attn crt 2016-04-12T06:51:48 “in the order of few mm or less” 2016-04-12T06:52:16 https://www.freelancer.com/u/ozsse.html https://www.freelancer.com/projects/PCB-Layout/PCB-Layout-for-BGA/ haha. there are acutally bids. for $22. 2016-04-12T07:04:09 lattice came in a nice plastic box 2016-04-12T07:04:23 R2COM: if you layout million bga boards @ $22 yes 2016-04-12T07:06:05 pretty sure pebble did 2016-04-12T07:06:11 stm32 content ^ 2016-04-12T07:08:14 yes 2016-04-12T07:08:17 like 50% 2016-04-12T07:08:21 stm32f439zg, wlcsp143 2016-04-12T07:08:26 great canadian success 2016-04-12T07:48:22 something you could certainly use 2016-04-12T07:48:33 playing games only pays if you stream on twitch 2016-04-12T07:53:12 looks like my scammed 950PRO arrived 2016-04-12T08:07:22 i dont even need it right now 2016-04-12T08:07:30 since just swapping old ssd into new board worked 2016-04-12T08:07:35 ill wait for new win10 rollup release 2016-04-12T08:09:37 definitely 2016-04-12T08:11:10 en_windows_10_multiple_editions_version_1511_updated_feb_2016_x86_dvd_8379694.iso looks like this is latest on msdn 2016-04-12T08:11:58 i wonder if win10 IoT edition will run on STM32 2016-04-12T08:13:07 whats it run on, rageberry? 2016-04-12T08:13:09 or like edison 2016-04-12T08:14:19 rough 2016-04-12T08:15:54 shit probly only runs universal apps? 2016-04-12T08:16:03 or can you compile .exe for arm now 2016-04-12T08:16:16 if i had sores 2016-04-12T08:17:10 everyone is too busy jerking off with lunix on pi 2016-04-12T08:17:14 proably nobdoy cares about window son it 2016-04-12T08:17:16 sadly 2016-04-12T08:17:44 imagine if windows acutally supported 3D/gpu stuff properly 2016-04-12T08:17:54 like nothing in lunix does 2016-04-12T08:18:36 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-wppervywgusxctgz] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-12T08:18:40 heh its called “One SDK” 2016-04-12T08:18:56 o wait, tehy just mean that its only one sdk needed to develop for * 2016-04-12T08:22:02 https://az835927.vo.msecnd.net/sites/iot/Resources/images/weather-station.png 2016-04-12T08:22:06 that doesnt look like rageberry 2016-04-12T08:22:16 rageberry clone? 2016-04-12T08:23:20 that looks liek TI logo 2016-04-12T08:23:28 next to inverted text 2016-04-12T08:23:42 crt, thatsa on the plugin trash yeah 2016-04-12T08:23:50 talkin about the blueboard next to it. 2016-04-12T08:24:00 that thing is a non-starter cuz its arduino shield 2016-04-12T08:24:06 not acutally plugged into arduino 2016-04-12T08:24:08 MAKES NO SENSE 2016-04-12T08:26:30 An excellent article,. 2016-04-12T08:26:30 I would like to see this on a platform other than Microsoft and Win 10 2016-04-12T08:26:31 and I will rewrite the software to perhaps Python or C++. 2016-04-12T08:26:31 I’ll be looking at Win 10 for a while before I decide if I am going to use WIn 10 full time. 2016-04-12T08:26:33 I’ve been burnt by Microsofts SW in the past so, like a good cheese it needs to mature before use. 2016-04-12T08:29:27 i knwo 2016-04-12T08:29:38 the sign of newb trash 2016-04-12T08:29:54 and schematics/layout either in kikecad or eagle 2016-04-12T08:30:02 yes, its the sparkfuck weather shield 2016-04-12T08:49:51 -!- tkoskine_ is now known as tkoskine 2016-04-12T09:04:31 Laurenceb: apparently theres kinetis-w with 900mhz radio in it 2016-04-12T09:04:45 http://www.nxp.com/products/microcontrollers-and-processors/arm-processors/kinetis-cortex-m-mcus/w-series:KINETIS_W_SERIES?cof=0&am=0 2016-04-12T09:05:03 well, not 900 specifically but all those oddball freqs 2016-04-12T09:05:12 http://www.nxp.com/products/interface-and-connectivity/wireless-connectivity/sub-1-ghz-wireless-solutions/kinetis-kw0x-48-mhz-sub-1-ghz-radio-ultra-low-power-wireless-microcontrollers-mcus:KW0x 2016-04-12T09:16:03 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T09:16:42 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T09:22:13 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Schematic-entry-PCB-Layout/ 2016-04-12T09:22:19 should i fly to HK for a couple weeks 2016-04-12T09:22:25 to do some altidong trolling for $22/hr 2016-04-12T09:22:40 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T09:26:20 not sure if worth 2016-04-12T09:26:28 you should try it 2016-04-12T09:31:18 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-12T09:35:52 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-12T09:37:14 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T09:56:44 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-12T10:03:04 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-12T10:09:12 -!- CheBuzz [~CheBuzz@unaffiliated/chebuzz] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T10:10:52 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.137.66] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T10:15:36 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T10:25:40 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T10:30:55 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.137.66] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T10:34:00 -!- jon1012 [~jon@81-64-217-145.rev.numericable.fr] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T10:34:14 -!- jon1012 [~jon@81-64-217-145.rev.numericable.fr] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-12T10:34:14 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T10:34:20 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.154.132] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T10:40:23 pumper.io 2016-04-12T10:40:37 fully RESTful and ready to be SQL injected. 2016-04-12T10:44:26 http://bit.ly/1nhVNYL 2016-04-12T10:44:34 identified 2016-04-12T10:45:28 http://i.imgur.com/kCwt5K3.jpg identified correctly 2016-04-12T10:49:39 sup? 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Our staff has been notified but if this problem persists please contact us. 2016-04-12T10:51:39 http://www.latticesemi.com/ 500’d for me 2016-04-12T10:54:03 nope still ded 2016-04-12T10:54:07 oh there it is 2016-04-12T10:54:58 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T11:01:59 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.154.132] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T11:05:58 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-12T11:06:40 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T11:07:20 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-12T11:16:13 hm 2016-04-12T11:16:15 i must be dumb 2016-04-12T11:16:19 lattice rgb demo thing isnt working 2016-04-12T11:19:39 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-12T11:20:25 http://imgur.com/a/ZvW6F lol japs 2016-04-12T11:25:15 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T11:28:38 http://www.overclock.net/t/1595523/fully-functioning-flight-simulator 2016-04-12T11:29:13 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T11:33:36 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-12T11:41:17 -!- mringwal [~mringwal@fiber7.gleis70.ch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T11:51:59 http://www.iotworkshop.com/ these guys just spammed me 2016-04-12T11:52:32 > PERSONALLY somewhat 2016-04-12T11:54:46 http://www.marvell.com/microcontrollers/88MZ100/ 2016-04-12T11:55:51 no datasheet, they can go fuck themselves. 2016-04-12T12:02:35 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:02:35 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-12T12:02:40 in-package serial flash with qspi connection to M3??? 2016-04-12T12:02:47 sure 2016-04-12T12:02:48 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-12T12:02:51 also breakouts are like $2 2016-04-12T12:02:55 but no datasheets/docs = fuck off 2016-04-12T12:03:13 http://www.iotworkshop.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=84&product_id=123 2016-04-12T12:03:51 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-12T12:04:47 chinks have some but i wouldnt touch it without d ocs anyway 2016-04-12T12:06:02 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-12T12:07:40 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:08:45 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:11:18 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.6] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:13:49 10:33 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-12T12:13:53 lulz 2016-04-12T12:14:15 i think he has that sentence on ignore 2016-04-12T12:15:21 dongs: Docs only with nda. i had one, but even the nda is time-limited 2016-04-12T12:15:22 i bet 2016-04-12T12:15:37 Taxman: sure, most NDAs are but what hte fuck is there to hide? 2016-04-12T12:15:49 shitty M3 core with mediocre peripherals and some RF junk? 2016-04-12T12:15:59 fucking mavell wants NDA for thier gigabutt ethernet phys 2016-04-12T12:16:03 they should just close shop 2016-04-12T12:17:02 but now they’re kept in the “dont wanna business with you” loop. 2016-04-12T12:17:21 dongs, they do? 2016-04-12T12:17:31 zyp, phys? yes 2016-04-12T12:17:35 marvell alaska trash 2016-04-12T12:17:37 good luck fidning docks 2016-04-12T12:17:46 oh, marvell 2016-04-12T12:17:54 dongs: The marvell gigabit phys are very good documentated. But it costs lots of time to read through all this πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-12T12:17:55 I was thinking micrel 2016-04-12T12:18:29 Taxman: good docs that you cant read are not really good 2016-04-12T12:19:08 not even since drivers already exist for all that shit 2016-04-12T12:19:23 you’ll what to know how to hook it up 2016-04-12T12:19:28 want* 2016-04-12T12:19:33 so basically its going to be a choice between 1) using something with all hardware/software docs available for download now 2) using some obscure marvell part that need to wait for a month for NDA 2016-04-12T12:19:55 most sane people would choose #1 i guess. 2016-04-12T12:20:06 yeah 2016-04-12T12:21:41 micrel seems like a good phy vendor 2016-04-12T12:21:59 speaking of phys 2016-04-12T12:22:02 had a pcba proj few weeks ago 2016-04-12T12:22:05 the 10/100 part I used on that F4 pcb was fine 2016-04-12T12:22:10 some SMSC LANsomething thing was cheap as shit 2016-04-12T12:22:33 and the stuff I’m doing at work now got some micrel gigabit phy, also seems nice 2016-04-12T12:22:34 LAN8720 2016-04-12T12:22:35 this 2016-04-12T12:22:51 0.35$ 2016-04-12T12:22:55 if you ever wanna make junk with it ^ 2016-04-12T12:23:30 how’s external parts requirements for that? 2016-04-12T12:23:46 i think i took a pic sec 2016-04-12T12:23:48 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:25:00 hmm, internal vcore reg, so you can feed it with only 3.3V 2016-04-12T12:25:00 like crystal and ~10 passives? 2016-04-12T12:25:10 so it’s probably comparable to that micrel part I used then 2016-04-12T12:25:11 from wat i can see 2016-04-12T12:26:15 micrel too 2016-04-12T12:27:05 it can detect cable errors too but I never bothered to try that 2016-04-12T12:27:19 dongs, hmm, yeah, looks really similar in requirements 2016-04-12T12:27:34 I am curious if that reflectometry or whatever it is actually works 2016-04-12T12:29:09 qyx, why wouldn’t it? 2016-04-12T12:29:51 it seems too much awesome 2016-04-12T12:30:06 I have a couple of switches that can do that, seems to measure the length pretty accurately, and it reports the state of each pair 2016-04-12T12:30:37 yep, i know that network gear can do it 2016-04-12T12:30:40 eh, it’s not like it’s hard to send out some shit and measure how it’s reflected 2016-04-12T12:30:44 but I woulnd’t expect it from a $1 phy 2016-04-12T12:31:08 qyx, what do you think is inside that network gear? 2016-04-12T12:31:32 I know, but meh 2016-04-12T12:31:47 oh, by the way, isn’t reflectometry actually a requirement for gigabit? 2016-04-12T12:32:36 gigabit is running bidir comms on all pairs, so it needs to know the cable length to do echo cancellation to keep traffic in each direction from interfering 2016-04-12T12:33:32 extending it to add some diagnostic readouts is probably pretty much free 2016-04-12T12:33:58 unsure 2016-04-12T12:34:06 don’t know the specifics 2016-04-12T12:35:00 any stm32s taht can talk to a gigabutt phy? 2016-04-12T12:35:04 its SGMII or someshit isnt it 2016-04-12T12:35:15 normal shit is RGMII 2016-04-12T12:35:52 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-12T12:36:05 8 bits per clock cycle 2016-04-12T12:36:33 SGMII is some shit that multiplexes four gigabit links over a single serdes pair 2016-04-12T12:37:36 why would someone choose marvell part over that one ^ 2016-04-12T12:37:42 NEED TO KNOW 2016-04-12T12:38:06 $9 for that one 2016-04-12T12:38:16 maybe marvell part is super awesome, but we don’t know because it’s NDAed 2016-04-12T12:38:17 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T12:38:33 zyp: micrel was swallowed by microchip. 2016-04-12T12:38:35 marvell part is $3.50 from avnet 2016-04-12T12:38:42 with 5 in stock 2016-04-12T12:38:52 88E1111 2016-04-12T12:38:59 Taxman, yeah, but the parts still exists 2016-04-12T12:39:21 http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/KSZ9031RNX.pdf zyp: I cant assess the impact on their product portfolio in future but they have indeed good voltage mode phys 2016-04-12T12:45:39 lots of qfn 2016-04-12T12:45:47 why does it matter if youre wirebonding gold or copper 2016-04-12T12:46:19 didn’t emeb use the lan 8720 on something he was doing? 2016-04-12T12:46:36 did he? will need to ask. 2016-04-12T12:47:58 it’s in zypsnips 2016-04-12T12:48:10 cool 2016-04-12T12:48:18 ethernet-phys-jacks.txt 2016-04-12T12:48:42 let me know or send pulls if anyone wants updates on that. (beyond “har har fuck you marvel111!” 2016-04-12T12:49:19 zyp: you changed phys? I’ve had you down for 8081? 2016-04-12T12:49:23 try to topic 2016-04-12T12:49:26 ohsix: see /topic, lurn2read 2016-04-12T12:50:00 karlp: no that one hes using is just some gigabit shit from workproj 2016-04-12T12:50:15 oh, ok. 2016-04-12T12:50:54 so emeb says 8720 has higher bom, less features than micrel, but odongs says it’s cheaper πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T12:51:05 and actually buyable 2016-04-12T12:51:14 (in china) 2016-04-12T12:51:15 iirc emeb was using it because he’d done soemthing else with a waveshare board that used it too. 2016-04-12T12:51:26 teh lan 8720 is buyable, themicrel parts aren’t? 2016-04-12T12:51:44 not last i checked 2016-04-12T12:52:44 i duno about ‘fewer passives’ 2016-04-12T12:52:57 it has the usual bypass caps + 12.1K RBIAS and thats it 2016-04-12T12:53:02 what does micrel have that is “less”? 2016-04-12T12:53:15 well, emeb was “IIRC” 2016-04-12T12:53:20 maybe he didn’t C… 2016-04-12T12:54:18 so, dongs, you want to drop the dp83848 like it’s hot? 2016-04-12T12:54:27 nah its still on wavesahre boards 2016-04-12T12:54:30 and usable πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T12:54:54 http://andybrown.me.uk/wp-content/images//ksz8051mll/schematic_1.pdf 2016-04-12T12:55:10 6.49K RBIAS there 2016-04-12T12:55:18 and nothing really special otherwise 2016-04-12T12:55:41 wonder if he had those 49.9R / 15pF caps confused 2016-04-12T12:55:46 that area needed for magjack stuff 2016-04-12T12:55:59 as “extra” 2016-04-12T12:57:32 updated…. 2016-04-12T12:58:52 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T13:00:23 karlp, ksz8081rnaca is what I used in the project I did last year 2016-04-12T13:01:49 now I’m working on some stuff at work that’s using ksz9031, which is gigabit 2016-04-12T13:01:58 so it’s not really comparable 2016-04-12T13:02:44 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T13:02:45 I didn’t select this part either, I’m working on a project that was started before I got employed here 2016-04-12T13:04:14 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-12T13:06:11 zyp: what’s the main chip? what MAC does it have? 2016-04-12T13:07:29 Thorn, unsure 2016-04-12T13:08:12 zyp, how does 8081 have less passives 2016-04-12T13:08:25 i only count like 4 for lan87 2016-04-12T13:08:34 Thorn, I mean, I don’t know which MAC it’s using, it’s some specific purpose SoC with ARM 2016-04-12T13:08:34 rext being the only important one the rest are just bypass 2016-04-12T13:08:44 dongs, didn’t say less, I said about same 2016-04-12T13:09:02 mkay 2016-04-12T13:11:02 twas emeb who said less. “iirc” 2016-04-12T13:12:50 okic 2016-04-12T13:14:00 [18:20] http://imgur.com/a/ZvW6F lol japs – explain plz 2016-04-12T13:14:38 5V winstar display is confirmed to work with 3.3V interface levels 2016-04-12T13:15:05 PeterM: 500 yen random ball thingy with random shit cpus in it. sometimes includes i5s/i7s 2016-04-12T13:15:12 not sure if troll but the box looks legit 2016-04-12T13:15:24 oh, shit, thats pretty neart 2016-04-12T13:15:26 neat 2016-04-12T13:15:59 red text on the bottom says something like “this is junk that doesn’t work” 2016-04-12T13:16:20 it just says its junk, no guarantee that it’ll work 2016-04-12T13:16:24 i’ve bought working junk :p 2016-04-12T13:16:41 but yeah, nice catch didnt see that one 2016-04-12T13:17:10 yeah, its probably to cover their ass incase static from shitty packaging etc 2016-04-12T13:17:37 2nd hand junk shops usually do package the cpu exactly like that 2016-04-12T13:17:49 but the most shit ive seen is those is old pin junk like PPRos etc 2016-04-12T13:17:58 ahh 2016-04-12T13:18:02 yeah, junk stores are fun 2016-04-12T13:20:14 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T13:46:40 mhm, only two timer1 channels are available on the TSSOP20 version of F030 2016-04-12T13:47:36 but at least with their negative counterparts 2016-04-12T13:50:30 I worked on some stuff which required two-port gigabit switch. went with marvell in the end as the alternatives (IIRC, realtek) were as dicky about ndas and getting chips as marvell 2016-04-12T13:50:51 ah, forgot tags 2016-04-12T13:52:03 docs for them were top notch though 2016-04-12T13:54:03 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-12T13:54:03 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T14:03:19 paging all emebs 2016-04-12T14:04:57 hmm cant even figure out how to flash this thing 2016-04-12T14:14:50 why hte fuck is diamondshitrpogrammer trying to ouse jtag i thought all this trash was SPI or osmethign 2016-04-12T14:14:53 wtf 2016-04-12T14:14:56 rage 2016-04-12T14:16:32 pretty sure it uses jtag, it uses the ft2232 onboard to jtag it I thought 2016-04-12T14:16:50 no 2016-04-12T14:17:02 it literally fucking uses 3 pins 2016-04-12T14:17:04 from that FTDI 2016-04-12T14:17:15 ADBUS 0/1/2 for SCK/MOSI/MISO 2016-04-12T14:17:17 jtdo, jtdi, jtck? πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T14:17:20 no 2016-04-12T14:17:43 wait for emeb then I guess πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T14:17:45 yeah 2016-04-12T14:18:52 i sjhhould read manual 2016-04-12T14:18:57 there as a fucking paper included 2016-04-12T14:19:00 but even THAT didnt work 2016-04-12T14:19:04 like failed @ step 3 2016-04-12T14:20:26 http://portcanaveralwebcam.com/ 2016-04-12T14:22:39 adskasdjhsadhkjsadkjhsadkasjhakaskdjashdkjash 2016-04-12T14:22:52 even following instrucitons in the fucking thing doesnt work either 2016-04-12T14:26:17 http://akteevy.com/projects.html 2016-04-12T14:26:18 what thae fuck 2016-04-12T14:26:21 fucking weebs 2016-04-12T14:26:57 lul fuckign everything on that page is “under devleopment” 2016-04-12T14:27:08 mopar liek weeves 2016-04-12T14:29:01 http://8ch.net/n/res/370969.html 2016-04-12T14:29:03 megabus 2016-04-12T14:30:24 lole 2016-04-12T14:30:30 Laurenceb: did you see that dicknetis link 2016-04-12T14:30:37 yup thanx 2016-04-12T14:30:45 maybe highaltitude guys can use it 2016-04-12T14:32:11 https://science.slashdot.org/story/16/04/12/0256244/genetic-studies-prove-cuckolded-fathers-are-rare-in-human-populations 2016-04-12T14:32:19 slashdot is now a chan site 2016-04-12T14:35:22 i think i got it 2016-04-12T14:35:26 but its already been doing it for > 30 seconds 2016-04-12T14:35:27 waht teh fuck 2016-04-12T14:36:07 INFO – Execution time: 01 min : 06 sec 2016-04-12T14:36:09 HA HA HA 2016-04-12T14:36:12 no fucking way 2016-04-12T14:36:14 what is this garbage 2016-04-12T14:36:24 1 minute to flash 70kbytes into SPI 2016-04-12T14:36:46 slower than a discovery board 2016-04-12T14:38:39 crt, cram programming? 2016-04-12T14:38:58 nxp thing looks interesting, but even worse sensitivity than spirit1 πŸ™ 2016-04-12T14:39:03 only slightly worse tho 2016-04-12T14:39:05 |does it need ot be done under reset or wat 2016-04-12T14:39:27 I like the 17dBm part 2016-04-12T14:39:47 ok nice, eah it works 2016-04-12T14:39:51 2 seconds approx 2016-04-12T14:39:59 how the fuck do you fuck this up 2016-04-12T14:40:03 1 minute for 70kbytes 2016-04-12T14:42:51 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T14:43:46 https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cf0pDAOUAAAtL9c.jpg:orig 2016-04-12T14:45:02 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.6] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T14:45:32 lul 2016-04-12T14:48:36 k. at least i can make led blink now 2016-04-12T14:48:38 using emebs’ code 2016-04-12T14:49:05 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.80.91] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T14:49:06 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T14:51:57 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.137.66] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T14:56:37 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-12T14:57:57 lattice emeb_cube32 2016-04-12T15:04:16 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.225.177.70] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:04:23 Laurenceb whats funny 2016-04-12T15:04:26 i dont get it? 2016-04-12T15:04:52 crt 2016-04-12T15:04:53 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:05:21 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.80.91] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-12T15:05:44 oh i have him on ignore 2016-04-12T15:05:54 heh 2016-04-12T15:11:33 * mitrax yapps at crt 2016-04-12T15:13:50 auf wiedersehen 2016-04-12T15:14:08 oh duh that’s goodbye 2016-04-12T15:14:13 rekt 2016-04-12T15:15:15 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:15:43 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.134] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:16:06 * Laurenceb checks uni ordering system 2016-04-12T15:16:18 Ahmed, Dr Muhammad 11/04/16 Sigma 95% Hydrogen Peroxide 2016-04-12T15:16:27 what could possibly go wrong 2016-04-12T15:17:00 * Laurenceb puts on his flack jacket 2016-04-12T15:17:38 maybe he wants to go blond 2016-04-12T15:18:11 depends if its before or after the explosion 2016-04-12T15:20:11 http://www.amazon.com/SABERTOOTH-X99-LGA2011-V3-Intel-Motherboard/dp/B00VUK54F0/ 2016-04-12T15:20:14 this looks gay as hell 2016-04-12T15:20:37 “THE ULTIMATE FORCE” 2016-04-12T15:20:49 “THERMAL ARMOR” ahahaahah 2016-04-12T15:20:59 why its kept linked 2016-04-12T15:21:25 mitrax ya its aimed at gaymers 2016-04-12T15:21:30 wow this chinese led lightbulb actually has thermal material between leds and heatsink 2016-04-12T15:21:37 TUF 10k Ti CAPS 2016-04-12T15:21:41 wtf does that even mean 2016-04-12T15:21:44 what a retarded price 2016-04-12T15:22:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-12T15:22:52 -!- MrSheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:23:07 -!- MrSheesh is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-12T15:23:09 dongs well the 2011-v3 ones w/ usb 3.1 etc 2016-04-12T15:23:11 not too many 2016-04-12T15:23:20 im gettin it for 289 tho 2016-04-12T15:23:31 do you really need usb3.1 shits? 2016-04-12T15:23:39 why not 2016-04-12T15:23:56 I mean, I dont need it now but eventually I might 2016-04-12T15:24:11 yeah well 2016-04-12T15:24:15 -!- stukdev [~quassel@88-149-253-69.v4.ngi.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T15:24:32 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.225.177.70] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T15:25:13 wtf controller board is potted 2016-04-12T15:26:21 to protect it from gaymers 2016-04-12T15:27:01 no im tearing down this chinabumb 2016-04-12T15:27:03 bulb 2016-04-12T15:27:50 [22:20] http://www.amazon.com/SABERTOOTH-X99-LGA2011-V3-Intel-Motherboard/dp/B00VUK54F0/ – yo dawg i heard u like shit covering up your vrm heatsink becuase itsfucking gay as aids 2016-04-12T15:28:13 ya shit does look gay as hell 2016-04-12T15:28:44 dogns thats standard, its to improve thermal conductivity to housing usually 2016-04-12T15:28:49 dongs even 2016-04-12T15:30:25 potting too? 2016-04-12T15:32:40 what’s that? 2016-04-12T15:33:54 ahh mobo 2016-04-12T15:34:57 some potting materials conduct heat, others not so much 2016-04-12T15:35:09 -!- stukdev [~quassel@88-149-253-69.v4.ngi.it] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-12T15:36:16 ya this is som gray rubbery shit 2016-04-12T15:37:10 so silicone.. might even conduct heat 2016-04-12T15:39:39 yes, potting compound 2016-04-12T15:41:07 “potting compound” does not mean anything specific i think.. it could be epoxy, silicone, polyurethane, maybe something else 2016-04-12T15:42:45 PU isnt usually potting compound, it doesn’t dry when its thick 2016-04-12T15:43:18 um, sure it does (2-part PU, not 1-part crap) 2016-04-12T15:43:46 lolllllll 2016-04-12T15:43:46 1 part crap is super common as conformal coating though 2016-04-12T15:43:49 this chinaled driver 2016-04-12T15:44:11 AC -> bridge rectifier -> 22uF 200V cap -> 2 fets -> led 2016-04-12T15:44:14 PU is funny stuff, it comes in lots of different varieties.. lacquer, solid, rubbery, foam, etc. 2016-04-12T15:44:40 dongs: why 2 fets? 2016-04-12T15:44:54 i think they’re paralell’d 2016-04-12T15:44:55 model is same 2016-04-12T15:44:58 2H1002 2016-04-12T15:45:13 used as linear constant current supply? luls 2016-04-12T15:45:25 o0 2016-04-12T15:46:23 nothign else on teh board.. 2016-04-12T15:46:30 I have seen this http://images.elektroda.net/78_1164935799.JPG 2016-04-12T15:46:31 just footprints for more fets 2016-04-12T15:46:32 on teh back 2016-04-12T15:46:37 http://i00.c.aliimg.com/img/ibank/2012/511/162/570261115_602393338.jpg yeah, looks like “2H1002” is the CRD there 2016-04-12T15:46:53 jpa-: ya that looks about the schema 2016-04-12T15:47:00 there’s a 304 resistor 2016-04-12T15:47:01 0805 2016-04-12T15:47:02 actually, ive seen similar ones before – not got as high voltages but linear constant current sinks 2016-04-12T15:47:04 thats 1M isnt it 2016-04-12T15:47:12 300kohm 2016-04-12T15:47:15 but close enough 2016-04-12T15:47:35 its acutally between led outputs 2016-04-12T15:48:01 what is crd? 2016-04-12T15:48:36 iooooooo.. this means heat 2016-04-12T15:48:50 anyway it was flickering 2016-04-12T15:48:53 thats why i i took it a prt 2016-04-12T15:49:07 led grid is 4×6 array of white leds 2016-04-12T15:49:20 72V? 2016-04-12T15:49:56 i dont see why not, on 110/100v thats 150~v peak 2016-04-12T15:50:12 on 220 it owuld be a but hard though 2016-04-12T15:51:05 jap voltage is 100 2016-04-12T15:51:24 you should 2016-04-12T15:51:27 meh 2016-04-12T15:51:31 does your trash include special stuff for 100V 2016-04-12T15:51:35 vs 115V 2016-04-12T15:51:38 all those yahoo auction sellers are cunts 2016-04-12T15:51:47 sync, what are you buying from yajew 2016-04-12T15:51:56 none of htem will ship you anything from japan 2016-04-12T15:52:28 yes, that is the problem 2016-04-12T15:52:44 use one of those gay forwarding services 2016-04-12T15:52:53 that bids for you 2016-04-12T15:52:55 buyee or whatever 2016-04-12T15:53:10 or you can send it to me if its not a fucking car 2016-04-12T15:53:43 no, it’s not a car πŸ˜€ 2016-04-12T15:55:19 in the back of syncs mind “heh.. it is an old japanese cnc mill though…” 2016-04-12T15:56:01 kawaii cnc 2016-04-12T15:56:06 nah, there is somebody selling 500V 1kW electronic loads for cheap on there 2016-04-12T15:56:10 and I need two of them 2016-04-12T15:56:30 that does NOT sound light at all 2016-04-12T15:56:57 like that 60V/30A power supply I grabbed on yajew 2016-04-12T15:57:32 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NOQoKrAjXI 2016-04-12T15:57:43 oh thats only 8V version ahaha 2016-04-12T15:58:02 and doesnt show size 2016-04-12T15:58:34 19,5kg 2016-04-12T15:59:30 it felt heavier than that 2016-04-12T16:00:27 sync link? 2016-04-12T16:00:38 yeah dongs your supply is like 31kg 2016-04-12T16:00:54 http://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/216783907# PeterM 2016-04-12T16:02:02 loaded instantly 2016-04-12T16:02:09 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T16:02:24 yea that looks like THAT thing is like 20kg, Sync 2016-04-12T16:02:43 oh dang 2016-04-12T16:02:49 that shit looks sweet as 2016-04-12T16:02:56 nobody is gonna ship that shit out of japan for you mang 2016-04-12T16:03:02 if that 20kg, shipping by EMS is like $300 2016-04-12T16:03:20 don’t need no ems 2016-04-12T16:03:25 https://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/charge/list/ems_all_en.html 2016-04-12T16:03:32 it doesnt amtter it doesnt get much cheper other way 2016-04-12T16:03:43 some dickhead wanted to send some car springs 2016-04-12T16:03:45 with ~similar weight 2016-04-12T16:03:56 it was only like +-$50 difference 2016-04-12T16:04:38 well, economy air is like 26kyen 2016-04-12T16:04:47 ems would be 42k 2016-04-12T16:04:55 hmm surface is 10600 for 21kg 2016-04-12T16:05:06 really snailmail would be like 14k 2016-04-12T16:06:15 yes dongs should buy me two of them and send them to me 2016-04-12T16:07:35 what the fuck would I do with it 2016-04-12T16:07:52 send them to me 2016-04-12T16:07:58 yeah but what do you do wiht it 2016-04-12T16:08:07 its a variable 3kW resistor? 2016-04-12T16:09:02 test my pfc 2016-04-12T16:09:12 at full load 2016-04-12T16:10:35 looks pretty cool 2016-04-12T16:11:04 pfc as power factor corrector? 2016-04-12T16:11:07 yes 2016-04-12T16:11:27 I have one PSU where PFC part is broken, no clue how to fix/test 2016-04-12T16:11:36 actual ##stm32 ontopic content, as it will be controlled by a f334 2016-04-12T16:15:35 Sync: wanna explain? πŸ˜€ 2016-04-12T16:15:55 or point to some tuts/manuals 2016-04-12T16:15:59 stm32f334 has mad sic ksimers, 217ps resolution etc 2016-04-12T16:16:04 perfect for smps 2016-04-12T16:16:16 timers even 2016-04-12T16:17:03 yeah they are hektik 2016-04-12T16:17:34 omg uleh 2016-04-12T16:18:07 Fleck: as crt said, basic smps trouble shooting stuff 2016-04-12T16:18:44 smps works, PFC blows mosfet, if I remove mosfet – PSU is ok… 2016-04-12T16:18:52 PeterM: hektik skidz m8 2016-04-12T16:22:11 Fleck: well, that’s not suprising as the pfc is a boost converter 2016-04-12T16:23:17 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.184.129] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T16:24:18 thats all fake 2016-04-12T16:24:29 its just dithering, there is no real superresolution 2016-04-12T16:24:51 you could do it on F1 with an interrupt to change the timer resolution 2016-04-12T16:25:09 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.134] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T16:25:12 or the slave mode dithering I’ve used on a few projects 2016-04-12T16:25:17 yeah 2016-04-12T16:25:20 Sync: see, so, what WF should be on mosfets gate? 2016-04-12T16:25:33 how do I know, mine is not right 2016-04-12T16:25:45 some square wave 2016-04-12T16:25:55 yep, have sq. wave there 2016-04-12T16:26:26 Laurenceb, sure, but thats one less step for me 2016-04-12T16:26:48 did you replace the fet with an equivalent one or cheapshit stuff? 2016-04-12T16:27:00 yep, I did 2016-04-12T16:27:38 Laurenceb, the have other nifty peripherals too 2016-04-12T16:27:47 -!- AndreeeCZ [~AndreeeCZ@89.190.50.140] has left ##stm32 [“Leaving”] 2016-04-12T16:28:36 Laurenceb: slavemode dithering? 2016-04-12T16:29:02 its on my github 2016-04-12T16:29:11 for generating OFDM using timers 2016-04-12T16:29:40 dithering wont get quite the same resolution, iirc its interleaving counters, not dithering 2016-04-12T16:29:45 normally PWM cant be used for OFDM as it gives orthogonal period not frequency 2016-04-12T16:31:52 ah 2016-04-12T16:31:53 yeah 2016-04-12T16:33:48 https://github.com/Laurenceb/Chibi-Spectro/blob/master/utilities/Timer.c 2016-04-12T16:34:09 https://github.com/Laurenceb/Chibi-Spectro/blob/master/utilities/Timer.h 2016-04-12T16:34:15 coefficients brute forced in matlab 2016-04-12T16:35:12 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T16:35:19 related, anyone did fsk demod on stm32? 2016-04-12T16:35:58 Sync: but yeah uh if you want them you can pay for htem + shipping + wahtever in realmoney, i have no problem mailing the stuff post office is next door. 2016-04-12T16:36:26 sure, no problem dongs 2016-04-12T16:36:31 german customs would probably fuck you over on that stuff 2016-04-12T16:36:36 heavy?? must be expensive 2016-04-12T16:36:39 I am trying to laurenceb a solution using those stm32 internal analog switches to work as a mixer for downconversion 2016-04-12T16:36:57 sounds awesome 2016-04-12T16:38:18 fuckign signed up to mental graphix as “Bob Frank” to get the file viewer, keep getting emails being like “Robert, are you interested in improving your design flow?” 2016-04-12T16:38:19 well, from jappuland it is not as bad as from china 2016-04-12T16:38:39 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.185] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T16:40:21 PeterM: same, eventually i found “unsubscribe” link 2016-04-12T16:41:49 yeah, im jsut surprised they Bob->Robert 2016-04-12T16:41:55 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-12T16:43:55 that led on lattice board is fucking bright 2016-04-12T16:44:22 ICE5LP4K-B-EVN 2016-04-12T16:45:16 sharpie that shit 2016-04-12T16:52:52 woot 2016-04-12T16:53:05 my custom horse ECG lead assemblies have arrived from China 2016-04-12T16:53:10 $22 each 2016-04-12T16:53:24 not bad 2016-04-12T16:53:30 best EU price was $3.5k lol 2016-04-12T16:54:04 quality looks 100%, but no EMI or ESD filtering built in 2016-04-12T16:54:39 gold plated DB-15 and electrode clips 2016-04-12T16:54:41 shit matlab 2016 is 8.05 GB compressed 2016-04-12T16:54:47 last time I installed it in 2009 it was 3 GB 2016-04-12T16:54:49 wonder what happened 2016-04-12T16:54:57 matlab happened :S 2016-04-12T16:55:11 ehh, doesnt matter Laurenceb they’re gonan be strapped to a big meaty ground plane anyway 2016-04-12T16:58:39 -!- bilboquet_ [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T16:59:06 heh not when they are handled in the field tho 2016-04-12T16:59:30 luckily I added 50kV EDS protection to the ADc inputs 2016-04-12T17:01:07 the led is fucking me? 2016-04-12T17:02:36 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T17:02:38 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T17:02:55 Laurenceb: did you mean aids protection? 2016-04-12T17:03:05 horse aids 2016-04-12T17:05:54 50k esd protection? does that handle thee part when you go through the housing and right onto the pin? 2016-04-12T17:06:52 yup 2016-04-12T17:08:23 noice 2016-04-12T17:08:45 ‘ductance begone 2016-04-12T17:20:49 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T17:28:24 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T17:30:29 http://8ch.net/n/res/370643.html 2016-04-12T17:31:44 nsfw obviously 2016-04-12T17:35:07 wot. 2016-04-12T17:37:24 sjw retards 2016-04-12T17:37:28 im all for joint gender bathrooms, means more shitters available to me at things like heavy metal concerts etc 2016-04-12T17:37:39 taking 8chan seriously πŸ˜› 2016-04-12T17:37:42 but at the saem time, i dont really give a fuck 2016-04-12T17:37:59 I just read 8chan for troll purposes πŸ˜€ 2016-04-12T17:38:11 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T17:38:15 anywayz 2016-04-12T17:38:16 http://portcanaveralwebcam.com/ 2016-04-12T17:38:25 its been unloaded 2016-04-12T17:39:02 is that the sapcex thing 2016-04-12T17:39:11 spaysex 2016-04-12T17:40:57 -!- bilboquet_ [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T17:57:07 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-37-133.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-12T17:57:55 in theme of sjw: https://twitter.com/srhbutts/status/719674129545166848 2016-04-12T17:59:17 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.185] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-12T17:59:46 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-12T17:59:46 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T18:05:08 omg sarah butts 2016-04-12T18:05:10 https://encyclopediadramatica.se/Sarah_Butts 2016-04-12T18:08:49 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-12T18:11:10 is that the intel retard 2016-04-12T18:11:34 no 2016-04-12T18:11:41 there was some femcoder @ intel 2016-04-12T18:11:44 stirring drama 2016-04-12T18:11:47 also sarah something i thought 2016-04-12T18:12:02 female or tranny? 2016-04-12T18:12:11 sarah sharp 2016-04-12T18:12:17 https://twitter.com/sarahsharp this trash 2016-04-12T18:12:26 haha bitch has a patreon 2016-04-12T18:13:04 Coming soon – home colonoscopy -> http://www.dxsoul.com/product/6-led-7mm-lens-android-endoscope-waterproof-borescope-black-2m-901427276?utm_source=dxsoul&utm_medium=edm&utm_campaign=20160412GreatBargains_dxsoul#.Vw0QUjYrJok 2016-04-12T18:13:18 oh emeb 2016-04-12T18:13:22 your test.v works 2016-04-12T18:13:22 been sitting 20 years in programming channels on irc, i *never* came across a real female programmer 2016-04-12T18:13:27 holy shit I lolled 2016-04-12T18:13:28 took a while to figure out how to configure dickmond programmer thing 2016-04-12T18:13:41 two words that should not go together 2016-04-12T18:13:41 also: 1 minute flash tiem for SPI?????????? 2016-04-12T18:13:47 home colonoscopy 2016-04-12T18:14:06 maybe in Laurenceb home.. 2016-04-12T18:14:49 * emeb_mac puts a notch on his mac for making Laurenceb lol 2016-04-12T18:15:15 emeb_mac: any thoughts? did i do it wrong cuz its so slow? CRAM flash is liek 1-2 seconds 2016-04-12T18:15:31 dongs: yeah – it’s really slow. 2016-04-12T18:15:51 awful. 2016-04-12T18:15:52 takes like 20s to config 2016-04-12T18:15:56 errr 2016-04-12T18:15:57 20? 2016-04-12T18:16:01 it was 1 minute for me 2016-04-12T18:16:03 with your .hex 2016-04-12T18:16:07 but cram is 1-2sec 2016-04-12T18:16:17 you had to choose micron, flash type, etc right? 2016-04-12T18:16:22 why hte fuck doesnt it come wiht all that shit preprogrammed 2016-04-12T18:16:32 https://twitter.com/outreachy 2016-04-12T18:16:34 …. 2016-04-12T18:16:46 oh – I don’t flash the spi part. just the fpga. 2016-04-12T18:16:57 emeb_mac: .. err isnt FPGA otp 2016-04-12T18:17:09 dongs: the NVCM in the FPGA is otp 2016-04-12T18:17:34 but when you load the config ram in the FPGA it’s different 2016-04-12T18:17:45 ya thats cram 2016-04-12T18:17:47 that takes only seconds 2016-04-12T18:17:55 which is ok for me 2016-04-12T18:17:55 not for me. 2016-04-12T18:17:58 hurm. 2016-04-12T18:17:59 it’s really slow 2016-04-12T18:18:14 i have jumpers in prog ice 2016-04-12T18:18:16 and you’re right – that diamond app is suxors 2016-04-12T18:18:39 http://i.imgur.com/bBbPtof.png 2016-04-12T18:18:39 and this 2016-04-12T18:19:04 and i go dsign->program, initial load is slow but once it did it once its 2 seconds 2016-04-12T18:19:14 aha – didn’t see that. 2016-04-12T18:19:17 will try it 2016-04-12T18:19:24 how the fuck did you configure it? 2016-04-12T18:19:30 i coudlnt get anywehre without selecting part etc shit 2016-04-12T18:19:31 in that diamond aids 2016-04-12T18:19:34 and guessing half the stuff 2016-04-12T18:19:42 like all the commands/pins and shit are called jtag 2016-04-12T18:19:46 and this part isnt even jtag 2016-04-12T18:19:50 yep 2016-04-12T18:20:09 pulldown menu lets you set part type. then it switches from jtag to spi 2016-04-12T18:20:41 nope 2016-04-12T18:20:46 default for me was still jtag 2016-04-12T18:20:54 weird 2016-04-12T18:20:55 o yeah i see it 2016-04-12T18:21:02 yeah i was looking at wahtever default part it loaded 2016-04-12T18:21:03 there was jtag tehre 2016-04-12T18:21:24 ya 2016-04-12T18:21:47 truly fucking aids 2016-04-12T18:21:59 also I had to select FTUSB-1 2016-04-12T18:22:01 on rigth side 2016-04-12T18:22:03 before it even did anything 2016-04-12T18:22:08 FTUSB-0 was going nowhere 2016-04-12T18:22:16 that ftdi part also isntalled 2 serial shits, A/B 2016-04-12T18:22:17 duno why 2016-04-12T18:37:27 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.249] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T18:44:10 -!- mringwal [~mringwal@fiber7.gleis70.ch] has quit [Quit: mringwal] 2016-04-12T18:46:47 dongs: yes – FTUSB-1 for me too. 2016-04-12T18:47:11 I couldn’t find that menu you showed though 2016-04-12T18:47:15 -!- jon1012 [~jon@foresight/developer/jon1012] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T18:47:19 thats when you double click on device 2016-04-12T18:47:21 in diamond 2016-04-12T18:47:30 wehre it sayts “operation” 2016-04-12T18:47:58 ah – just a sec… (other computer) 2016-04-12T18:48:01 or right click -> device properties 2016-04-12T18:48:13 rightclick works anywhere in that line 2016-04-12T18:52:22 got it 2016-04-12T18:52:47 there’s also a menu->edit->preferences thing that lets you set “Turbo” mode. 2016-04-12T18:52:52 INFO – Elapsed time: 01 min : 06 sec 2016-04-12T18:52:58 that made no difference 2016-04-12T18:53:00 i think thats really for jtag 2016-04-12T18:53:05 already dicked with that 2016-04-12T18:53:08 right 2016-04-12T18:53:10 ^ this is how long SPI flash takes. 2016-04-12T18:53:18 haven’t tried SPI 2016-04-12T18:53:29 just make the jumpers vertical 2016-04-12T18:53:37 and select that part. 2016-04-12T18:53:44 takes about 5-6s from pushing “Program” icon before DONE LED even turns off. 2016-04-12T18:53:51 then like 2s to program. 2016-04-12T18:54:46 yep 2016-04-12T18:54:55 i think initiatl jerk-off is some dumb thing they’re doing with FTDI chip. 2016-04-12T18:55:01 like an unnecessary delay 2016-04-12T18:55:02 I think I accidentally programmed the NVCM on mine – was dorking around with the icestorm tools 2016-04-12T18:55:09 nice 2016-04-12T18:55:10 and they default to NVCM 2016-04-12T18:55:14 dumb 2016-04-12T18:55:55 not like it makes a difference 2016-04-12T18:56:34 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T18:56:41 although the configuration flowchart suggests that if NVCM is programmed that it ignores the external SPI 2016-04-12T18:56:55 dunno if that’s true or not 2016-04-12T18:58:00 i guess you can find out 2016-04-12T18:58:04 heh 2016-04-12T18:58:04 what did you flash into nv? 2016-04-12T18:58:06 rgb? 2016-04-12T18:58:15 or just non-working junk 2016-04-12T18:58:28 their default test prog 2016-04-12T18:58:35 oh 2016-04-12T18:58:41 hrm. 2016-04-12T18:58:44 so should be identical to what’s shipped in SPI 2016-04-12T18:58:44 i could not get it to work 2016-04-12T18:58:48 the windows RGB led thingy 2016-04-12T18:58:48 me either 2016-04-12T18:58:55 the gui pooped up but did fuckall 2016-04-12T18:58:59 ??? 2016-04-12T18:59:00 just sits there doing nothing 2016-04-12T18:59:19 but complains if drivers not installed 2016-04-12T18:59:28 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T18:59:30 well its just ftdi ft2xx dll shit 2016-04-12T18:59:33 super pro marketing there guys 2016-04-12T18:59:35 i thought it was maybe some 64bit crap 2016-04-12T18:59:43 or the fact that I had to seelct FT-1 isntead of FT-0 2016-04-12T18:59:47 but the app was never modfied for that 2016-04-12T18:59:49 ya 2016-04-12T19:00:02 & has no menus for setup 2016-04-12T19:00:09 or source code to modify 2016-04-12T19:00:10 thats opensores for you 2016-04-12T19:00:20 it looked like some QT junk 2016-04-12T19:00:21 fully closed sores 2016-04-12T19:00:32 nothing to tweak 2016-04-12T19:01:24 oops just dropped a metal scredriver across ftdi 2016-04-12T19:01:29 and got usb disconnect 2016-04-12T19:01:44 at least still works 2016-04-12T19:01:52 +1 for USB fuses 2016-04-12T19:02:03 hey your demo app doesnt need CLK 2016-04-12T19:02:13 from usb chip 2016-04-12T19:02:23 the other shit would stop blinking when i pulled that plug 2016-04-12T19:03:17 dongs: ya – uses on-chip LF OSC 2016-04-12T19:03:37 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-12T19:03:50 I’ve got another thing here that drives I2S DAC with sine & saw waves. 2016-04-12T19:04:04 uses ~5% of resources 2016-04-12T19:04:11 ya dont have any DAC breakouts, no use for me πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T19:04:13 24bit? 2016-04-12T19:04:17 16 2016-04-12T19:04:28 could do 24 but pointless 2016-04-12T19:04:30 what makes sintab? 2016-04-12T19:04:41 lookup? or do you calculate it 2016-04-12T19:04:41 hex file generated with C code. 2016-04-12T19:04:46 ah 2016-04-12T19:05:01 linked in to Verilog source w/ $readmemh() 2016-04-12T19:05:43 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T19:05:50 interesting 2016-04-12T19:05:58 emeb_mac, I have one of those cams 2016-04-12T19:06:04 with 7m cable 2016-04-12T19:06:06 zyp: any good? 2016-04-12T19:06:21 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-12T19:06:36 I bought it to look inside the walls here, useful enough for that purpose 2016-04-12T19:06:55 yeah – could use that for checking out the plumbing. 2016-04-12T19:07:01 pretty shitty, but that should be obvious from the price 2016-04-12T19:07:18 had to get sewer pipes reworked last year. workers had cams on long cables too 2016-04-12T19:07:21 but it helped a lot when I ran the cable for the new EV circuit 2016-04-12T19:09:42 hm 2016-04-12T19:10:02 how much ram total is in these things? wtf is the diff distirbuted ram and embedded bloc kram 2016-04-12T19:10:06 for some reason mouser is listing both 2016-04-12T19:10:09 are they just trolling? 2016-04-12T19:10:11 its 10k right? 2016-04-12T19:10:13 80kbit 2016-04-12T19:10:17 80kb 2016-04-12T19:10:22 20x 4kb 2016-04-12T19:10:27 bit, ya? 2016-04-12T19:10:35 yes 2016-04-12T19:10:38 gotta go. 2016-04-12T19:10:40 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-12T19:10:41 bai 2016-04-12T19:10:47 1am should sleep 2016-04-12T19:11:53 http://writical.h4ytechnologiesl.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/21.png?iv=261 2016-04-12T19:12:03 http://i.imgur.com/uz7oEuU.webm 2016-04-12T19:12:13 http://writical.h4ytechnologiesl.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/110.png?iv=261 2016-04-12T19:12:33 http://writical.h4ytechnologiesl.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/31.png?iv=261 2016-04-12T19:13:01 obvious fake video is fake 2016-04-12T19:13:05 k 2016-04-12T19:23:46 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-150.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T19:33:30 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.181.203] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T19:35:01 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-14-147.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T19:35:34 -!- 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[~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T20:24:40 how about 19€ per semester πŸ˜› 2016-04-12T20:26:48 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T20:29:39 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-12T20:29:58 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T20:30:19 https://i.imgur.com/GXO20Ot.jpg 2016-04-12T20:47:10 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.102.138] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T20:48:28 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.184.129] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-12T20:54:30 The earth is round πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T20:59:54 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.181.203] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-12T21:08:18 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.102.138] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T21:08:23 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T21:09:37 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.33.122] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T21:13:56 -!- barthess 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think it’s the official installer + .lic file 2016-04-12T23:11:50 ohsix: no… my point was that when you meet a programmer on irc that claims to be a woman, there’s a 95% chance that it’s a guy with sexual identity issues… in my experience anyway 2016-04-12T23:14:38 mitrax: eh, I’ve known this girl on IRC for a while, and since she was incredibly good with C and algorithms in general I’ve asked her to send us a CV 2016-04-12T23:15:07 she didn’t want to at first, then I insisted, blah blah 2016-04-12T23:15:13 turns out it’s a he in a transition process 2016-04-12T23:15:14 :/ 2016-04-12T23:15:17 ahahahaha 2016-04-12T23:16:51 i’m not surprised… i’ve seen that happen many times. 2016-04-12T23:17:00 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-12T23:17:09 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.111.85.39] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T23:20:19 i could care less if that didn’t cause drama almost everytime, needless to say in a channel full of nerds everytime a “woman” shows up there’s some flirting going on πŸ™‚ 2016-04-12T23:20:29 but i’ve had a few good laughs 2016-04-12T23:20:46 mitrax: haha yeah, the fun part is that I think I’m the only one who knows about this 2016-04-12T23:23:52 export terrorists. 2016-04-12T23:24:21 I think that’s related to the 72 virgins they promise in their bullshit book 2016-04-12T23:25:34 You took the time to learn arabic and read it? 2016-04-12T23:26:14 ohsix: you don’t get why? 2016-04-12T23:26:16 ohsix: you don’t get what 2016-04-12T23:26:32 zyp: still no luck, scope traces are nice and clean https://www.dropbox.com/s/qxn78dk0pw49bm2/sda_broken.png?dl=0 2016-04-12T23:26:39 (sda when not working) 2016-04-12T23:26:48 ~https://www.dropbox.com/s/r62pjlbsa9pllfi/scl_broken.png?dl=0 2016-04-12T23:26:50 here’s scl 2016-04-12T23:27:08 ohsix are you self-employed or retired? 2016-04-12T23:27:25 sorry for not taking these simultaneously but timings are as in the logic analyser screenshots before 2016-04-12T23:27:54 basically scope confirms exactly as logan, edges are sharp 2016-04-12T23:30:38 ohsix: it doesn’t really matter, i just mentionned that as something i noticed, since the conversation was about sjw and “transgender acceptance” movements crap e.g: outreachy and the like 2016-04-12T23:31:33 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-12T23:33:28 ” the internet can report on stuff that you don’t really care about” => IRC πŸ˜› 2016-04-12T23:33:54 ohsix: that’s why i stay away from tv and the news and any of that social media shit that is twitter… but regarding that matter those people are very vocal 2016-04-12T23:34:28 lol, this channel isnt much better mitrax 2016-04-12T23:34:34 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-12T23:34:37 precisely, i shouldn’t have clicked that link 2016-04-12T23:34:52 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T23:34:54 https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/dc/47/75/dc4775647985280c1df7163bf0d93c1d.jpg replace the f by ##stm32 and you have the same thing 2016-04-12T23:35:15 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-12T23:36:37 Steffann: except this channel doesn’t lean on the politically correct side :p 2016-04-12T23:36:44 that said, the definition of what is politically correct and what’s not is subjective, i give you that 2016-04-12T23:40:45 i don’t know… everything is becoming offensive nowadays 2016-04-12T23:41:16 yeah, you’re almost forced/expected to be open and tolerant and welcoming and what not 2016-04-12T23:45:41 what i’m noticing is nowadays most people won’t make any compromise, they think any idea that is not conform to what their belief system tells them make *any* input on *any* other subject worthless 2016-04-12T23:46:07 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-150.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-12T23:47:38 I think it’s just that the digital medium makes it easy to forget the human behind it 2016-04-12T23:52:20 ok let me rephrase, i mean, it’s very common for people to discard any input (whatever the subject) from another person once they realize that other person have views that differs radically from theirs, be it about religion, the political side they lean toward etc… when in fact there are still plenty of area where their interest intersects 2016-04-12T23:54:41 and it’s very sad … cause then it gets very easy to divide people into mental ghettos 2016-04-12T23:56:43 have fun — Day changed Wed Apr 13 2016 2016-04-13T00:02:24 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-13T00:06:02 Any advice on how to get string formatting working on the STM32? 2016-04-13T00:06:42 sprintf fails. I seem to remember that ST provided a function of their own to do this but I am not having much luck finding documentation on it 2016-04-13T00:12:09 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T00:56:14 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T00:59:48 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T01:01:14 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-13T01:10:19 I get weird errors relating to libc and undefined reference to β€œ_sbrk” when trying to use sprintf 2016-04-13T01:11:23 what’s your environment? 2016-04-13T01:12:18 GCC, cubemx 2016-04-13T01:13:17 sprintf needs malloc, malloc needs sbrk, sbrk is what tells malloc where to get memory from 2016-04-13T01:13:51 and the latter is platform specific, so it’s usually provided by whatever support code you’re using 2016-04-13T01:14:01 along with startup code and linker scripts and the likes 2016-04-13T01:14:37 I think there’s a default implementation in libnosys, so you could try adding -lnosys 2016-04-13T01:14:38 why does it need malloc if I give it a buffer? 2016-04-13T01:15:40 I haven’t looked at the implementation, but I suppose it might need room to put temporary data when doing formatting 2016-04-13T01:16:57 it’s probably only called for specific formatting, but since the function refers to the symbol, it’s required even if that branch is never taken 2016-04-13T01:17:53 if malloc is never needed, but still referenced, you can get around it by providing a dummy sbrk that always returns 0 2016-04-13T01:20:41 -!- mtbg [mtbg@shell.k4be.pl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T01:20:44 hi 2016-04-13T01:20:58 What do you mean by adding libnosys? 2016-04-13T01:21:06 Is this not something I can fix with a header file? 2016-04-13T01:21:34 Also, ST created their own data types, unit8_t, unit16_t, and so on 2016-04-13T01:22:04 uh, no 2016-04-13T01:22:11 those are standard C 2016-04-13T01:22:17 defined in stdint.h 2016-04-13T01:22:28 or realy? I thought only int was 2016-04-13T01:22:39 they defined all these things in a header file they provide 2016-04-13T01:22:48 stdint.h is part of the C standard library 2016-04-13T01:23:19 I dont think it was in stdint.h 2016-04-13T01:24:17 it could be in their local file, but that would be somewhat unwise 2016-04-13T01:24:48 Also, the serial transmit function expects a pointer to uint8_t while sprintf returns a pointer to char 2016-04-13T01:24:50 as it is compiler-dependent and also the names would conflict with stdint.h names if one uses stdint.h 2016-04-13T01:25:10 They are the same size, but different names, how can I resolve that? 2016-04-13T01:25:29 casting? 2016-04-13T01:25:59 ok. Cool. 2016-04-13T01:26:59 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-13T01:27:03 http://www2.keil.com/stmicroelectronics-stm32/mdk 2016-04-13T01:27:04 oh cool 2016-04-13T01:32:12 is adding libnosys a compiler flag or something similar? 2016-04-13T01:32:22 Or do I need to root around with the compiler files? 2016-04-13T01:33:14 -lnosys 2016-04-13T01:34:04 -!- Steffann [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-13T01:35:24 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T01:36:53 I think there was a rf transceiver with a microcontroller core and usb support that was used with nrf24l01 in wireless mouse/keyboard setups 2016-04-13T01:37:05 but I can’t remember its symbol 2016-04-13T01:37:20 has anyone seen such thing? 2016-04-13T01:38:18 I mean, the chip was in the usb receiver dongle in such setups and was communicating with nrf24l01 in mouse/keyboard 2016-04-13T01:38:25 yes. by nordic as well 2016-04-13T01:38:27 it wasn’t as well known 2016-04-13T01:39:09 nrf24LU1 2016-04-13T01:39:15 ok, thank you 2016-04-13T01:39:54 http://www.nordicsemi.com/eng/Products/2.4GHz-RF/nRF24LU1P 2016-04-13T01:40:16 hmm, 8051 2016-04-13T01:41:21 hello sensuals 2016-04-13T01:43:21 but well, not too bad 2016-04-13T01:43:32 will have to write in ’51 assembly, though 2016-04-13T01:46:58 that requires me to use some compiler not from the ubuntu PPA 2016-04-13T01:47:53 I added -lnosys to my compiler flags and it did not change anything 2016-04-13T01:47:58 aandrew: seems like logitech unifying receiver uses the chip and is hackable 2016-04-13T01:48:33 hurm? 2016-04-13T01:48:37 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-sxqwgvmjvpakakzp] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-13T01:48:48 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rr-lbKZcKDA finnish pop musics 2016-04-13T01:48:57 I tried adding it to my compiler flags and still same issue 2016-04-13T01:50:01 I use arm-none-eabi? 2016-04-13T01:50:45 wbraun: why would you want a printf that calls malloc() on a MCU anyway? there’re implementations optimized for microcontrollers such as http://www.sparetimelabs.com/tinyprintf/tinyprintf.php etc. 2016-04-13T01:54:30 so now every time I want to build something on a new computer I need to mess with the compiler? 2016-04-13T01:54:36 what’s that? 2016-04-13T01:54:56 mtbg: be careful, the LU01 comes in mask rom versions too 2016-04-13T01:55:52 So my main option is to mess with compiler files? 2016-04-13T01:56:24 so what do I need to get things working? 2016-04-13T01:56:32 I already have a linker script 2016-04-13T01:56:41 is it broken or something? It has worked fine in the past 2016-04-13T01:56:54 although I have never dealt with sprintf in the past 2016-04-13T01:57:04 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-13T02:01:40 true niggas 2016-04-13T02:02:46 hard day workings on cars and motorcycles and big ass band saw 2016-04-13T02:03:08 band saw? making slices of cars? 2016-04-13T02:03:39 nah 2016-04-13T02:03:54 friends workshop saw needed new bearings 2016-04-13T02:04:10 wood shop? 2016-04-13T02:04:19 metal 2016-04-13T02:04:54 how big of a band saw? 2016-04-13T02:06:28 my friend had a bit dissapointed look to his face when I showed up 8PM when he was leaving for sleeps 2016-04-13T02:07:11 is this something with my linker file ohsix? 2016-04-13T02:07:13 maybe a hint that it was not a good time :p … 2016-04-13T02:07:42 I pulled one of the linker files from the STM32 example projects and still same issue 2016-04-13T02:09:21 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T02:11:08 its a compiler flag, right? 2016-04-13T02:11:22 -lnosys? 2016-04-13T02:14:30 I should also be adding –specs=nano.specs? 2016-04-13T02:14:55 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T02:15:19 I have a seperate compile / link stage. I added the -lnosys to both 2016-04-13T02:16:16 getting an error that nano.specs it not being found 2016-04-13T02:17:39 oh wait, –specs=nosys.specs too? 2016-04-13T02:17:48 I do have the mcput flag set correctly 2016-04-13T02:17:54 everything was working at some point in time… 2016-04-13T02:19:19 so I add -lnosys to my linker flags 2016-04-13T02:19:45 and I add –specs=nosys.specs and –specs=nano.specs to linker flags? 2016-04-13T02:20:50 ooh, something changed! 2016-04-13T02:21:03 I got a new error message 2016-04-13T02:21:28 .ARM.exidx overlapps with .data 2016-04-13T02:22:23 link map 2016-04-13T02:22:34 is linker script sane? 2016-04-13T02:22:36 ouch. having –specs=nosys.specs in my linker flags gives an additional error about not being able to rename things 2016-04-13T02:23:10 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-13T02:24:21 ok. So combination of new linker script from one of the example projects, –specs=nosys.specs as a compiler flag, and -lnosys as a linker flag appears to make things compiler 2016-04-13T02:24:45 I will have to figure out my linker script. Especially as I can not distribute that new linker script per the licence… 2016-04-13T02:25:33 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-hchwkfjirjzswcfs] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T02:33:05 sweet, things appear to work for now! Thanks! 2016-04-13T02:33:29 next up is writing my own linker script / fixing the one I have been using… 2016-04-13T02:56:21 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Embedded-Software/pcb-design-schematic-layout/ haha wat 2016-04-13T02:57:56 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/PCB-Designer-Needed-DipTrace-files/ 2016-04-13T02:57:59 doh 2016-04-13T02:58:02 i would do this if it wasnt a paki 2016-04-13T02:58:19 i already have a couple variations of NES carts designed + manufactured 2016-04-13T02:58:39 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-13T02:58:41 why what 2016-04-13T02:59:00 yes, did it twice and 3 d iffernet cart types 2016-04-13T02:59:08 games were released on them 2016-04-13T02:59:12 limited edition stuff. 2016-04-13T02:59:50 they were fucking famicom games 2016-04-13T02:59:53 waht else do you need to know 2016-04-13T03:00:05 -!- mtbg [mtbg@shell.k4be.pl] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal] 2016-04-13T03:03:16 wqhats teh blag vs ee content in it 2016-04-13T03:04:14 sounds useless then 2016-04-13T03:08:31 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-13T03:09:53 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T03:14:11 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T03:28:27 -!- fenugrec [~R@207.134.166.213] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-13T03:28:38 hey autism6 shouldnt you be playing shitsouls3 and being quiet for the next few months 2016-04-13T03:28:39 -!- fenugrec [~R@207.134.166.213] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T03:29:52 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-13T03:29:52 crt: ya, its not bad. super easy to pickup, and will get the job done until you start doing really complex shit. 2016-04-13T03:30:01 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T03:30:32 ohsix, my jap pal didnt want my 4790k+32gb ram oldbox so I bought a trash case + power supply to put it in, will set it up at my other office for occasional altidong trolling 2016-04-13T03:32:23 dongs went with the 5820k 2016-04-13T03:32:34 much faster than the 6700k sheit 2016-04-13T03:33:26 plus 64gb ddr4 and sammy 950 pro m.2 2016-04-13T03:33:33 should rip balls 2016-04-13T03:39:53 dongs: you have pics of your office–? 2016-04-13T03:40:17 yes 2016-04-13T03:40:21 place where all the troll work happens 2016-04-13T03:40:41 http://imgur.com/a/nE5zD 2016-04-13T03:41:03 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-13T03:42:36 nice job 2016-04-13T03:42:39 cool office 2016-04-13T03:43:39 what the place used to be before that? 2016-04-13T03:44:35 flop? 2016-04-13T03:51:34 kakimir crash house 2016-04-13T03:51:41 place you just go to and sleep 2016-04-13T03:55:12 -!- kow_ [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T03:55:24 ohsix The.Girlfriend.Experience.S01E01.720p.HDTV.x264-KILLERS 2016-04-13T03:55:26 good? 2016-04-13T04:05:26 yes. 2016-04-13T04:07:25 crap. Looks like something is still wrong with sprintf. I am hitting the fault handler or something.. 2016-04-13T04:08:08 imgur album editor i sso retarded 2016-04-13T04:08:19 i could add more pix to it but they’re in separate albums for some reason 2016-04-13T04:09:23 http://imgur.com/a/Cy3pb this was good 2016-04-13T04:10:47 “i tried to solder some pins but they just got removed, your pcb sucks!!!” 2016-04-13T04:10:56 “p.s. i have 15 years of professional soldering experience” 2016-04-13T04:11:17 if I call sprintf for two different strings I end up at the WWDG_IRQHandler 2016-04-13T04:11:25 which I assume is acting as some sort of fault handler 2016-04-13T04:11:35 wbraun: overwriting your sprintf buffer? 2016-04-13T04:11:39 use snprintf 2016-04-13T04:11:53 and pass bufsize 2016-04-13T04:12:28 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-13T04:12:39 crt: your jp trip itinerary http://imgur.com/gallery/RRS18 2016-04-13T04:12:42 I dont think so. Its messing up the linking or something? 2016-04-13T04:12:52 I added back the second sprintf and it never even made it there 2016-04-13T04:12:53 http://imgur.com/gallery/Muwd7 great story 2016-04-13T04:13:03 so its not happening when its getting called…. 2016-04-13T04:15:10 am I running out of memory or something? 2016-04-13T04:17:27 are you allocating memory? 2016-04-13T04:17:42 did you already rewrite the shit with snprintf? 2016-04-13T04:18:48 whats the advantage of snprintf? 2016-04-13T04:19:00 Just that it can not overun the buffer? 2016-04-13T04:19:17 correct 2016-04-13T04:19:30 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-13T04:21:17 its still hitting the handler with snprintf 2016-04-13T04:21:31 its weird though, it does not even make it to that line of code 2016-04-13T04:21:38 youre fucking up something else then. 2016-04-13T04:23:20 well, I can remove that line ane everything else is fine 2016-04-13T04:23:28 prehaps its something relating to the USB? 2016-04-13T04:23:49 stepping though it appears to be crashing on the delay the line before?? 2016-04-13T04:29:39 -!- CheBuzz [~CheBuzz@unaffiliated/chebuzz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T04:41:54 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.80.233] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T04:43:44 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.80.233] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-13T05:01:00 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-13T05:02:30 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:07:00 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-13T05:07:00 -!- johntramp [~john@unaffiliated/johntramp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:09:50 -!- emeb_mac_ [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:11:42 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T05:11:42 -!- emeb_mac_ is now known as emeb_mac 2016-04-13T05:12:12 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-13T05:14:29 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:20:59 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:22:44 http://i.imgur.com/5xRRnO1.jpg $30 case complete such gaming rig wow 2016-04-13T05:22:52 R2COM: ^ 2016-04-13T05:23:46 thats my AMD FailPro W4100 2016-04-13T05:24:17 yes 2016-04-13T05:24:31 i tried to give away my old 4790k box but jap pal didnt want it 2016-04-13T05:24:40 so I bought a trashcase and tarshpowesupply to go wiht it 2016-04-13T05:25:01 stick it in my other office and run altidong on it from time to time 2016-04-13T05:28:27 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-13T05:31:10 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T05:44:21 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goqx_5ZtbAc 2016-04-13T05:45:59 what is the anatomy of an eel like? is it mostly cartlidge, or is there a fair bit of meat? 2016-04-13T05:47:23 fans wat 2016-04-13T05:47:50 i wonder how long until they start selling ad space on boards 2016-04-13T05:48:03 they already spam with so much retarded shit 2016-04-13T05:48:29 -!- Gunirus [uid20073@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-hchwkfjirjzswcfs] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-13T05:48:59 isnt that just default chinaEDA font 2016-04-13T05:49:03 times new roman 2016-04-13T05:49:04 cloner font 2016-04-13T05:49:25 how many stm32s on motherboards? 2016-04-13T05:49:29 i will also allow stm8 2016-04-13T05:49:49 there’s some nuvoton trash on there 2016-04-13T05:50:05 i dont think theres a lot of space for a MCU 2016-04-13T05:50:11 maybe those dumb flash-back usb shits 2016-04-13T05:50:25 that one maybe runs by some cheap USB mcu that writes to spi flash 2016-04-13T05:50:31 or those lan ping accelerators 2016-04-13T05:50:37 no thats lunix 2016-04-13T05:50:40 nvm 2016-04-13T05:51:35 i think im gonna bid 5k on the nes project just to ask the paki what the fuck he needs them for 2016-04-13T05:51:41 https://www.freelancer.com/u/improvementrust.html 2016-04-13T05:51:46 hes a “php developer” in india 2016-04-13T05:51:50 the fuck does he need NES boards for 2016-04-13T05:53:02 your pay per blog contract was terminated 2016-04-13T05:59:32 yes, no idea what that is at all 2016-04-13T06:12:44 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/PCB-Designer-Needed-DipTrace-files/ 2016-04-13T06:28:32 crt, looks like, not sure what the hell for 2016-04-13T06:28:42 i mean when I got paid to clone them it was for a new game release 2016-04-13T06:28:51 but a php – making paki with NES games??? 2016-04-13T06:29:44 -!- fenugrec [~R@207.134.166.213] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T06:32:34 well his budget is too low regardless. 2016-04-13T06:38:16 is nes/SNES shit even worth any think 2016-04-13T06:38:29 I have nes, zappers, controllers, games etc 2016-04-13T06:38:55 Refurbished by Nintendo when they still did that so it’d all mint 2016-04-13T06:39:24 http://www.ebay.com/itm/121952187948 2016-04-13T06:39:42 sealed mint bomber man 2016-04-13T06:40:00 OK, maybe another 20yrs 2016-04-13T06:40:30 http://www.ebay.com/itm/141956605631 2016-04-13T06:40:31 lole 2016-04-13T06:40:54 >make an offer 2016-04-13T06:40:58 > $3.50 2016-04-13T06:41:17 inkjet printer and vacuum sealer, $350 2016-04-13T06:42:09 http://www.ebay.com/itm/272115727619 2016-04-13T06:42:20 someone wants to buy a PS4 2016-04-13T06:42:50 http://www.ebay.com/itm/172158537971 i have one of tehse 2016-04-13T06:43:27 http://www.ebay.com/itm/272208975086 haha 2016-04-13T06:44:04 why did he take apart the cart? 2016-04-13T06:44:07 to show that its not clone? 2016-04-13T06:44:39 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.111.85.39] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-13T06:45:06 No international shipping, and no shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, or P.O Boxes. 2016-04-13T06:45:06 racist 2016-04-13T06:49:06 does he 3d print teh cases or wat 2016-04-13T06:49:22 hmm 2016-04-13T06:49:24 looks shapeways-ish 2016-04-13T06:49:49 ah hm looks molded from another angle 2016-04-13T06:50:01 http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/9tIAAOSwAvJXDTt2/s-l1600.jpg 2016-04-13T07:36:09 kept reading that as nintendoge 2016-04-13T07:44:04 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T07:44:39 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T07:49:51 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T07:52:41 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T07:54:49 ohsix, time to get into teledildonics 2016-04-13T07:55:17 instead of making $0/hr doing nothing 2016-04-13T07:56:03 well chats no longer pay 2016-04-13T07:56:06 so time to find osmething t o do 2016-04-13T07:57:13 yes 2016-04-13T07:57:47 nice. shitty logitech speakers i bought for the office just shipped 2016-04-13T07:59:04 yes lots of t hem 2016-04-13T07:59:39 they were the only paypalable choice form local shop 2016-04-13T07:59:42 that wasnt $9 garbage 2016-04-13T07:59:58 http://www.logitech.com/en-roeu/product/multimedia-speakers-z533?WT.mc_id=EMEA_none%20_Affiliate_#UserID#_022016_de_de 2016-04-13T08:00:18 i think it ewnded up being around $100-ish, i dont need more than that for streaming jpop 2016-04-13T08:01:05 doesnt matter 2016-04-13T08:01:32 yes 2016-04-13T08:01:45 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.249] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-13T08:02:05 i got the genuine pioneer pyramids from crt 2016-04-13T08:02:54 http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2644069 2016-04-13T08:03:28 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:06:06 no, i thoguht you were looking 2016-04-13T08:06:52 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:08:56 crt, as opposed to what, stealing it? 2016-04-13T08:09:07 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-13T08:09:30 do you disappove? 2016-04-13T08:09:31 i have 3 2016-04-13T08:09:51 i had a dsi until shit got stolen 2016-04-13T08:10:02 now got 2x 3ds and 3ds xl 2016-04-13T08:12:25 finally finsihed loading dicknplace, almost complete reload for this dumb japproj 2016-04-13T08:25:30 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-jstyjiokfzzxsfaz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:27:19 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:38:15 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:46:05 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-16.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T08:56:56 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T09:00:18 sdf 2016-04-13T09:04:04 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-16.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-13T09:06:28 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T09:29:25 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-13T09:29:37 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T09:31:16 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-13T09:34:32 -!- Thorn__ [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T09:37:16 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T09:45:42 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T09:45:54 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.111.85.39] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T09:49:12 -!- Thorn__ is now known as Thorn 2016-04-13T10:05:04 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-13T10:15:48 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T10:16:21 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T10:19:24 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-13T10:21:07 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-13T10:21:18 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T10:24:34 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-82-121.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T10:25:29 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.111.85.39] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-13T10:25:29 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-13T10:25:56 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T10:30:21 burrrrrrrr 2016-04-13T10:31:41 audiophool 2016-04-13T10:32:07 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.129] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T10:33:03 there was that one site 2016-04-13T10:33:09 that had all those funny reviews 2016-04-13T10:33:32 like obviously trolling but onpart hififgts 2016-04-13T10:34:32 doubt computers wrote it 2016-04-13T10:34:36 if thats what you mean 2016-04-13T10:35:29 the rich autistic 2016-04-13T10:35:33 i guess 2016-04-13T10:36:25 i dunno, he seems like hes finally lost his mind, talking to himself and all 2016-04-13T10:37:29 ohsix the super rich dont have time to read reviews 2016-04-13T10:37:42 they just be like jenkins get me the best X 2016-04-13T10:38:00 so they pay jenkins to read reviews? 2016-04-13T10:38:18 PeterM nah jenkins finds someone that knows whats up 2016-04-13T10:38:22 and pays them 2016-04-13T10:38:43 jenkins, what a top bloke, not liek that ohsix shitcunt 2016-04-13T10:40:09 what about all the free energy people out there 2016-04-13T10:40:10 lol 2016-04-13T10:42:02 idk these youtubers dont seem right 2016-04-13T10:42:04 rich* 2016-04-13T10:42:05 wtf 2016-04-13T10:43:37 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-82-121.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-13T10:43:47 huh what 2016-04-13T10:43:57 nah these fools are making shit out of bike wheels 2016-04-13T10:44:00 and other garbage 2016-04-13T10:44:55 no 2016-04-13T10:45:00 free energy people 2016-04-13T10:45:19 i troll this one guy 2016-04-13T10:45:25 hes into all sorts of retarded shit 2016-04-13T10:45:28 cloud busters 2016-04-13T10:45:32 ‘orgonite’ 2016-04-13T10:45:41 thinks chemtrails are real etcs lol 2016-04-13T10:46:02 nah this is gov poison apparently lol 2016-04-13T10:46:08 nutjub 100% 2016-04-13T10:48:06 what makes them super butthurt is to prove something 2016-04-13T10:48:13 then they just rage and call you a sheep 2016-04-13T10:49:31 oh no 2016-04-13T10:49:39 apparently alex jones works for the gov 2016-04-13T10:49:47 (so ive been told) 2016-04-13T10:49:59 cant stand the guy 2016-04-13T10:53:10 ohsix http://www.cbsnews.com/news/60-minutes-911-classified-report-steve-kroft/ 2016-04-13T10:53:15 some LRH’er pasted this 2016-04-13T10:54:21 * weev (weev@SS.NAZI.NET) has joined # 2016-04-13T10:54:25 how the hell did he get nazi.net 2016-04-13T10:54:48 oh its hosted on afraid.org dns 2016-04-13T10:55:13 http://freedns.afraid.org/ 2016-04-13T10:55:18 nah its pointed there 2016-04-13T10:55:22 so anyone can make host 2016-04-13T10:56:04 may try win10 on new machine 2016-04-13T10:57:34 you lost me 2016-04-13T10:59:03 need a new managed gigE switch 2016-04-13T10:59:08 something that can do link agg 2016-04-13T11:03:24 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.129] has quit [Ping timeout: 246 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:08:20 lol @ jitterbug 2016-04-13T11:08:55 sweet, you can parallel them 2016-04-13T11:08:59 for even less jitter 2016-04-13T11:09:07 gonna order one for each port 2016-04-13T11:09:37 how much is it 2016-04-13T11:10:54 its in the price list but price not shown 2016-04-13T11:11:18 Noise-Dissipation System 2016-04-13T11:11:22 http://www.audioquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/AQ_PB_US-Retail_15-12-01.pdf 2016-04-13T11:14:28 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Linksys-SRW2048-10-100-1000-Ethernet-Switch-1U-with-Rack-ears-and-Power-cable-/322065496489 2016-04-13T11:14:34 thse seem pretty legit for the price 2016-04-13T11:14:49 they have a loud fan apparently though 2016-04-13T11:15:25 readcloner, is it only gigabit on teh sfp ports 2016-04-13T11:15:29 and the rest are 10/1100 2016-04-13T11:15:56 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.132.35] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T11:16:01 yeah 2016-04-13T11:16:07 i gave away my old 3com gigabutt 2016-04-13T11:16:11 replaced with that mikrotik thing. 2016-04-13T11:16:18 plus the fan in 3com was fucking terrible 2016-04-13T11:16:34 http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/csbms/srw2048/administration/guide/SRW-US_v10_UG_A-Web.pdf 2016-04-13T11:16:36 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T11:16:38 doesnt seem so dongs 2016-04-13T11:17:35 SRW2048 48-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch with 2016-04-13T11:17:36 WebView. Includes 48 10/100/1000 RJ-45 ports and 4 2016-04-13T11:17:36 shared SFP (MiniGBIC) slots 2016-04-13T11:18:01 the SFP is for uplinks to other switches 2016-04-13T11:19:05 i already bought this ;( 2016-04-13T11:19:30 not even SFP+? 2016-04-13T11:19:48 PeterM dont need that myself 2016-04-13T11:19:59 i have a managed dell but its pretty shitty 2016-04-13T11:20:01 management wise 2016-04-13T11:22:47 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T11:23:38 -!- bilboquet_ [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T11:25:07 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:25:15 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.132.35] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:27:36 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:28:18 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/3CRRtrfL/IMG_1411.JPG 2016-04-13T11:28:25 finally got this shit pretty much done 2016-04-13T11:28:33 http://i.imgur.com/GD8RLRO.jpg gaming rig done 2016-04-13T11:28:52 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:29:17 me or dongs? 2016-04-13T11:29:28 is that your ghettoe-bike 2016-04-13T11:29:38 mountain board 2016-04-13T11:29:40 electric 2016-04-13T11:30:17 oh ive just collected equipment over time 2016-04-13T11:31:05 plus i have a job 2016-04-13T11:31:07 so that helps 2016-04-13T11:32:01 wat happen afer you buy it 2016-04-13T11:32:05 will you actually start developing stm32 stuff 2016-04-13T11:32:13 or just continue pumping 2016-04-13T11:32:14 like ohsix 2016-04-13T11:33:02 In order to fabricate copper or silver into a strand or 2016-04-13T11:33:03 conductor, it must fi rst be cast and then drawn through 2016-04-13T11:33:03 a dieҀ”a process that inevitably creates a directional, 2016-04-13T11:33:03 chevron-like pattern in the conductorҀ™s internal grain 2016-04-13T11:33:03 structure. While some have worked to eradicate 2016-04-13T11:33:05 conductor directionality and others have decided to 2016-04-13T11:33:07 ignore it altogether, we have learned to use conductor 2016-04-13T11:33:10 directionality to our advantage. 2016-04-13T11:33:31 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T11:33:38 did you know? HDMI cables are directional 2016-04-13T11:34:50 i dunno man 2016-04-13T11:35:00 never draw any wires through a die 2016-04-13T11:40:25 wut 2016-04-13T11:40:31 its jewpad lcd 2016-04-13T11:42:32 it clips cuz the guy fucked up cutting it and gave me the 1st version 2016-04-13T11:42:42 miscalculated solid dongs 2016-04-13T11:44:06 i just put that one togther it was in a box for like 2 years 2016-04-13T11:44:25 huh 2016-04-13T11:44:33 nintendo released 3DSLL “super famicom edition” 2016-04-13T11:44:48 colors for buttons are famicom and back side looks like the back of console 2016-04-13T11:44:55 or front rather 2016-04-13T11:45:02 its like $200 2016-04-13T11:45:19 heh 2016-04-13T11:46:55 oh, that shit is just for preorder now 2016-04-13T11:47:00 http://japanese.engadget.com/2016/04/12/4-27-new-3ds-ll-7/ 2016-04-13T11:47:40 shipping from july 2016-04-13T11:47:45 its almost like a dickstarter 2016-04-13T11:49:02 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T11:50:16 shit game either way 2016-04-13T11:50:20 so no problem 2016-04-13T11:55:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.99] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:00:33 why wouldnt it be 2016-04-13T12:03:25 gameboy 2016-04-13T12:04:25 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:05:23 with NPN BJTs, is Vb > Vc, the parasitic diode between base and collector starts to turn on, right? 2016-04-13T12:05:48 i miss the capacitive gates of nmos :/ 2016-04-13T12:06:16 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Quit: brb rebootin’] 2016-04-13T12:06:21 i’d look it up to, but fucking net in .cn sucks so much 2016-04-13T12:06:30 fuck it, i no longer care 2016-04-13T12:06:54 crt, ok, well maybe not “parasitic” but “not desirable” 2016-04-13T12:07:08 it’s saturation. both junctions are on. there’s no parasitic diode 2016-04-13T12:07:23 k 2016-04-13T12:08:01 one of them is a zener iirc 2016-04-13T12:08:11 b-e 2016-04-13T12:08:15 dongs beboop 2016-04-13T12:08:19 dongs 2016-04-13T12:08:21 what was that TI part you used 2016-04-13T12:08:26 for the extra usb power 2016-04-13T12:08:26 for? 2016-04-13T12:08:34 ohsix, i’ll add that to my list of shit to do when back in the 1st world 2016-04-13T12:08:36 no joke 2016-04-13T12:08:38 not cloning just making a little 1s charger 2016-04-13T12:08:39 you mean the thing to give 1.2A or wahtever? 2016-04-13T12:08:41 ya 2016-04-13T12:08:45 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:08:48 SUPERCHARGERPRO 2016-04-13T12:08:49 sec 2016-04-13T12:09:10 tps2513a 2016-04-13T12:09:41 tankss 2016-04-13T12:10:02 ohsix, cn loves to fuck with vpns. iirc they send tcp reset packets, etc. 2016-04-13T12:10:08 there’s non-A and a couple otehr versions 2016-04-13T12:10:12 check which one you acutally wanan clone 2016-04-13T12:10:17 that was just one generic datasheet for 4 of them 2016-04-13T12:10:20 i forgot wat the difference was 2016-04-13T12:10:23 so i can be vpn’ing and it just drops out 2016-04-13T12:10:28 also, slow as fuck 2016-04-13T12:10:38 like 4Mbit/s is fucking amazeballs over here. 2016-04-13T12:10:48 typically i get where do tehy have you staying 2016-04-13T12:11:13 at the office? 2016-04-13T12:11:16 i miss my 60Mbps connection in the 1st world 2016-04-13T12:11:20 or tehy have you in one of those foxconn factory housings 2016-04-13T12:11:23 with nets 2016-04-13T12:11:26 dongs, work in the office, stay in a hotel 2016-04-13T12:11:32 no 2016-04-13T12:11:32 lol 2016-04-13T12:11:35 real hotel 2016-04-13T12:11:38 not bad 2016-04-13T12:11:39 but equally depressing 2016-04-13T12:11:53 have you visited the massage lounge floor yet? 2016-04-13T12:12:10 mitrax, no but i’ve received business cards 2016-04-13T12:12:31 mitrax, http://www.farrellf.com/temp/business_cards_cn.jpg 2016-04-13T12:12:40 ahahah 2016-04-13T12:13:11 dongs: which lattice eval board did you get? 2016-04-13T12:13:28 ICE5LP4K-B-EVN 2016-04-13T12:13:55 yes 2016-04-13T12:14:32 can you use it to program other boards? 2016-04-13T12:14:51 well uh.. its just a shitty+awful ftdi breakout for programming 2016-04-13T12:14:55 that’s the first thing a friend i work with did when we went to SZ… on the first night “hey let’s go to the massage parlor”… told him he could have ordered an asian escort at home would have been less expensive than a trip to china 2016-04-13T12:15:19 Thorn: the ice5 is spi, a lot(?) of other lattice stuff is jtag 2016-04-13T12:15:31 so you probably could but using different pins or i dunno 2016-04-13T12:15:36 not something i cared to loko into 2016-04-13T12:16:15 if anyone cares, the lattice machxo2 breakout board can be used to program offboard fpgas if you cut two traces (disconnect TDI/TDO from onboard FPGA) 2016-04-13T12:16:19 so the ftdi ic is basically a usb->spi bridge 2016-04-13T12:16:46 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.186.11] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-13T12:16:46 lattice has too many families 2016-04-13T12:16:51 ftdi on my xo2 board is usb->jtag 2016-04-13T12:17:00 I’ve been looking at ice40hx 2016-04-13T12:17:09 but it can also do usb-> uart or spi or i2c or jtag 2016-04-13T12:17:57 yeah I used that chip somewhere in 2012 :/ 2016-04-13T12:18:14 anyway, after she jerked him off or whatever he got a real massage and the day after he told me “eh she massaged my back, but damn it was very rough, she pushed really hard back down” … 24h later he complained that he had a horrible belly / back pain, we thought that it was food poisoning 2016-04-13T12:18:36 (assuming it’s a ft2232) 2016-04-13T12:19:17 then 2 hours later we were at the chinese emergencies… turned out he had a kidney stone that detached and got stuckn, renal colic 2016-04-13T12:19:26 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:19:45 memorable trip … i tell you 2016-04-13T12:20:42 but anyway, it’s might not be “1st world” but they’re damn well organized … diagnosis was done in two hours (wait time included)… with blood test, piss test, echography, radiography, consultation with two doctors 2016-04-13T12:21:15 and the bill was …. $120 or something 2016-04-13T12:21:46 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.81.193] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:24:29 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.99] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-13T12:24:35 and a girl we met one day before at the SEG market that had gave me her card was kind enough to get us to the hospital and spend the whole time with us at the ER 2016-04-13T12:25:11 maybe my experience with chinese people is biased cause of that, but overall i found them to be very nice 2016-04-13T12:25:51 no… i gave her money for the taxi and the trouble, she refused it 2016-04-13T12:27:01 during another trip… a friend forgot a bag in a restaurant… with $7500 in cash (he had one thing to pay attention to … but believe it or not he left it there) 2016-04-13T12:28:17 he realized he had left the bag there… came back two hours later, the waitress had put it aside, gave him back, he was so relieved he wanted to give her money, she refused too πŸ™‚ 2016-04-13T12:28:36 sure 2016-04-13T12:28:53 ohsix: yup 2016-04-13T12:28:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:28:55 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-13T12:29:13 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-13T12:29:35 people are nice 2016-04-13T12:29:43 everything else, not so much 2016-04-13T12:30:14 attention to detail is MUCH lower in cn than in the 1st world 2016-04-13T12:30:17 like everything 2016-04-13T12:30:22 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@106-69-219-228.dyn.iinet.net.au] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T12:30:57 yes 2016-04-13T12:31:12 many buildings have walls with big cracks 2016-04-13T12:31:14 inside and out 2016-04-13T12:31:27 i’ll upload some pix when im back in 1st world 2016-04-13T12:31:45 yeah idk what that is about upgrdman_ 2016-04-13T12:31:55 or the bridge filled with trash πŸ˜€ 2016-04-13T12:31:55 poor construction 2016-04-13T12:32:01 shit foundations 2016-04-13T12:32:01 and 2016-04-13T12:32:05 shit walls 2016-04-13T12:32:14 ohsix: not sure … but i was refering to westerners that go there to buy stuff… they’re super paranoid and think they will get ripped off at every corner… of course you can if you’re not careful but they have an attitude toward the chinese that i don’t like 2016-04-13T12:32:16 so any settling, and shit fucking moves 2016-04-13T12:33:27 mitrax, im in shanghai, not shenzhen, and it seems like more vendors here are reasonable people, but i still distrust the stuff they sell 2016-04-13T12:33:36 like no way i would buy an sd card or hdd here 2016-04-13T12:33:46 who knows how much it really holds 2016-04-13T12:34:00 also so many no name brands 2016-04-13T12:34:29 so its not like they manufuckturer needs to worry about their reputation 2016-04-13T12:35:03 but ya, the people here are nice 2016-04-13T12:35:04 upgrdman_: sure, all depends what you buy, for final products you’re more likely to get fucked, but for parts if you’re careful there are some pretty nice deal you can make 2016-04-13T12:35:42 -!- jef79m [~jef79m@124-170-200-19.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:35:45 it feels safer here than in many parts of so cal 2016-04-13T12:36:06 ya lots of vendors who just sell what they acquired 2016-04-13T12:36:44 no idea how it works or why it works 2016-04-13T12:36:59 i’ve even had ebay vendors suggest i look for details by searching the internet 2016-04-13T12:37:32 “is a part number of datasheet available for this?” “sorry we have listed all the info we have. please search the internet for more documents” 2016-04-13T12:37:33 one thing i noticed is chinese women are *much* more reliable/serious than men πŸ™‚ then again it’s just a feeling i have 2016-04-13T12:37:39 *part number or datasheet 2016-04-13T12:38:19 upgrdman_: that I know, but idk how they can live with that shiet 2016-04-13T12:38:32 ohsix: definitely 2016-04-13T12:39:10 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-13T12:39:21 it was kinda nice to design a simple pcb here, and have a chinaman hand me the fab’d pcb in like 3 days. 2016-04-13T12:42:05 i guess it’s the IP culture (or lack of rather) that makes manufacturing the way it is in china 2016-04-13T12:42:24 http://i.imgur.com/BLQeJxk.png 2016-04-13T12:42:46 -!- maenthri1 [maenthrie@gateway/shell/blinkenshell.org/x-malasugxsbxkrwuc] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:44:10 -!- FransWillem [~quassel@5355D614.cm-6-6d.dynamic.ziggo.nl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:44:42 ReadError: why do you e ven care 2016-04-13T12:44:54 ohsix, lots of people don’t travel internationally. they see and hear things locally and never get a bigger frame of reference. 2016-04-13T12:44:55 they fail to see hypocracy, etc 2016-04-13T12:45:37 dongs bandwidth conscious, going green, save energy 2016-04-13T12:45:44 -!- fenugrec [~R@207.134.166.213] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:46:08 you just bought a fucking 48port rackmount switch 2016-04-13T12:46:15 that thing guzzles 100W 2016-04-13T12:46:18 minimum 2016-04-13T12:46:31 well also I dont think MS has any reason to see wtf im doing 2016-04-13T12:47:06 ohsix, i think a lot of people misplace their resentment 2016-04-13T12:47:20 the option is ‘okay’ 2016-04-13T12:47:21 they say “china” when they mean “low cost” or “not 1st world” 2016-04-13T12:47:29 but not having the option to disable it is fucked 2016-04-13T12:47:49 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.131.201] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T12:47:54 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: Frans-Willem, maenthrie 2016-04-13T12:49:43 previous versions prompted you, no? 2016-04-13T12:49:55 bbl 2016-04-13T12:50:08 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-13T12:50:34 im hardly a tinfoil hat german tho 2016-04-13T12:50:39 those guys are hardcore 2016-04-13T12:50:47 lunix desktops, no gmail/youtube etc 2016-04-13T12:54:25 and you fuck ducks 2016-04-13T12:55:53 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T13:02:23 what time is it in OZ? 2016-04-13T13:03:00 still at work? 2016-04-13T13:03:38 watch a movie or something 2016-04-13T13:05:32 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-13T13:05:40 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T13:06:04 shower day? 2016-04-13T13:06:33 what’s wrong with gcc? 2016-04-13T13:06:40 * mitrax waits for dongs wrath 2016-04-13T13:10:34 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-13T13:15:23 http://i.snag.gy/oO5HR.jpg 2016-04-13T13:15:31 think my freenas is about to shit the bed 2016-04-13T13:22:10 ReadError, in that case, pull everything off it so it crashes under the load 2016-04-13T13:22:30 i think its upset im above 80% utilization 2016-04-13T13:22:41 it put up a critical that im at 82% 2016-04-13T13:23:11 free as in aids 2016-04-13T13:23:29 going to move everything over to synolology 2016-04-13T13:28:19 hmm actually i got a little atom shit I should throw some disk in 2016-04-13T13:32:31 -!- XTL [xtl@kapsi.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-13T13:32:38 -!- XTL [xtl@kapsi.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T13:35:18 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-13T13:36:12 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T13:36:18 -!- fenugrec [~R@207.134.166.213] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T13:39:15 -!- jadew [~razvan@84.232.196.173] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T13:40:34 http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultra-128GB-Drive-SDDD2-128G-G46/dp/B019FN63OO/ 2016-04-13T13:40:37 pretty slick 2016-04-13T13:42:42 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 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hey it actually worked 2016-04-13T14:50:27 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-13T14:59:51 -!- jadew [~razvan@84.232.196.173] has quit [Quit: exit] 2016-04-13T15:08:19 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T15:17:57 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-13T15:55:36 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T16:00:32 zyp, failing, each time i try to as semble it i find more parts missing 2016-04-13T16:00:47 most disorganized shit ever 2016-04-13T16:00:54 haha 2016-04-13T16:01:56 zyp turns out the new broadwell-e shit works w/ the x99 chipsets 2016-04-13T16:02:03 i think it was you i was talking about that with the other day 2016-04-13T16:02:20 sure it works 2016-04-13T16:02:29 just needs a bios update 2016-04-13T16:02:30 but do you get all features? 2016-04-13T16:02:38 like 2016-04-13T16:02:58 http://wccftech.com/intel-broadwell-e-processor-asrock-bios-x99-boards/#ixzz45i91FmsH 2016-04-13T16:03:00 ivy bridge is socket 1155, same as sandy bridge 2016-04-13T16:03:06 and would work in sandy bridge motherboards 2016-04-13T16:03:30 but you wouldn’t be able to use pcie3, which was new in ivy bridge 2016-04-13T16:03:31 IIRC 2016-04-13T16:03:53 “The current X99 motherboards are fully capable and ready for Next-Gen Broadwell-E processors!” 2016-04-13T16:04:27 assuming broadwell-e won’t introduce anything new that requires additional hardware support 2016-04-13T16:04:51 I think there were a similar thing about ddr3 vs ddr4 2016-04-13T16:05:24 and even so, there’s so little difference between two subsequent generations that there’s no really much of a gain 2016-04-13T16:05:29 yea really 2016-04-13T16:05:34 Intel Core i7-6800K 2016-04-13T16:05:41 doesnt seem any better than the 5820k 2016-04-13T16:05:47 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-13T16:05:56 same cache size 2016-04-13T16:06:15 guess things have kinda flatlined so they are trying to do lower power stuff 2016-04-13T16:06:36 another question is how much cpu power do you really need? 2016-04-13T16:06:51 I’ve yet to find my 3770k lacking in power 2016-04-13T16:07:35 probably not so much CPU power as the extra ram 2016-04-13T16:07:47 my current desktops are like 5 years old 2016-04-13T16:08:07 yeah the xtreme shit is retarded 2016-04-13T16:08:11 $1k wasted for no reason 2016-04-13T16:08:24 my ivy bridge workstation is from 2012, and it still feels like new to me 2016-04-13T16:08:47 zyp, thats probbly cuz it runs lunix, 80×25 textmode is always fast 2016-04-13T16:09:02 no, I’ve never ran linux on it 2016-04-13T16:09:05 dongs i didnt waste any $$ 2016-04-13T16:09:30 k 2016-04-13T16:09:33 i got a banging deal too, 289$ USD 2016-04-13T16:09:37 shits like 400 anywhere else 2016-04-13T16:09:48 yea but socket2011 2016-04-13T16:09:51 ya 2016-04-13T16:09:56 useless 2016-04-13T16:09:59 lol why 2016-04-13T16:10:15 pointless unless you need the pcie lanes, I’d say 2016-04-13T16:10:16 only use is gaming 2016-04-13T16:10:17 wiht more pcie 2016-04-13T16:10:38 well a 6700 would have costed more 2016-04-13T16:10:50 shrug 2016-04-13T16:10:52 so didnt see the point in going that route, dont need the GPU 2016-04-13T16:11:33 I kinda wish I went with a motherboard with more pcie slots for my server, so I wouldn’t have to resort to this: https://bin.jvnv.net/f/emEVb.JPG 2016-04-13T16:12:05 though, having two slots that could do 8x mode would be enough, and wouldn’t require 2011 2016-04-13T16:12:12 fiber? 2016-04-13T16:12:25 yeah, fiber 10g 2016-04-13T16:12:30 noiiiceee 2016-04-13T16:13:18 http://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/MSI-X99S-Gaming-Motherboard.jpg 2016-04-13T16:13:23 wtf happened to regular ole mobos 2016-04-13T16:13:30 all these new gaming ones look retarded 2016-04-13T16:13:47 fuck all the ones with wifi included 2016-04-13T16:13:50 completely fucking useless 2016-04-13T16:13:51 agreed 2016-04-13T16:14:02 idk 2016-04-13T16:14:03 would take multiple NICs over that 2016-04-13T16:14:19 wifi included could be kinda convenient 2016-04-13T16:15:07 in a “better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it” way 2016-04-13T16:15:30 usb wifi dongles are awful 2016-04-13T16:16:05 the alfa ones work pretty well 2016-04-13T16:16:09 some of them anyways 2016-04-13T16:17:49 oh my god 2016-04-13T16:17:54 my eyes are bleeding 2016-04-13T16:18:08 “STREAMING ENGINE” 2016-04-13T16:18:40 ya wtf is that 2016-04-13T16:19:09 http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Carbide-Series-Cube-Case/dp/B00F3ZN55E?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01 2016-04-13T16:19:24 got that, least gaymer looking thing and kinda dig the profile 2016-04-13T16:19:25 WLED 2016-04-13T16:19:38 http://i.imgur.com/5xRRnO1.jpg best case ever, $30 2016-04-13T16:19:41 super light too 2016-04-13T16:19:52 hmmm 2016-04-13T16:19:53 it feels like it was made out of paper-thin aluminum or something 2016-04-13T16:19:56 think i have something like that 2016-04-13T16:19:58 thermaltake? 2016-04-13T16:20:18 no lol enermax or someshit 2016-04-13T16:20:21 maybe jap rebrand 2016-04-13T16:20:23 oh lol 2016-04-13T16:20:28 has ECA3360 label on it 2016-04-13T16:20:46 http://www.enermax.com/files/ProductFile_eng/PF_File/682.pdf 2016-04-13T16:20:50 yeah looks like only jappus are selling it 2016-04-13T16:20:56 no M.2 ssd? 2016-04-13T16:21:18 that board rapes PCIe lanes for SSD anyway. 2016-04-13T16:21:39 i threw in some old intel 2.5″ in there on sata 2016-04-13T16:25:57 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.131.201] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-13T16:29:24 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF7xIHKx6As 2016-04-13T16:29:33 the actual fuck http://store.hackaday.com/products/arduino-compatible-fpga-shield 2016-04-13T16:30:03 that DC jack 2016-04-13T16:36:17 -!- jef79m_ [~jef79m@124-170-200-19.dyn.iinet.net.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T16:36:26 -!- Peter_M 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http://icebox.doogielabs.com/fookushima.php 2016-04-13T16:44:59 500W actually according to UPS 2016-04-13T16:45:28 electricity in mom’s basementmust be free 2016-04-13T16:46:25 i mean, i dont get it, why put all that effort and money into building something fuckign rubbish 2016-04-13T16:46:41 because lunix 2016-04-13T16:46:44 that you know is going to be rubbish from the beginning 2016-04-13T16:46:53 i mean fuck, he can get a 2TB nas thing for like $100 2016-04-13T16:47:05 and it will use like 10W 2016-04-13T16:47:09 you can stick moondicks on whatever hardware you want, it doenst need to be a shitty PPC heater 2016-04-13T16:49:36 *Note: If you are using Chrome, you will be asked to install a browser add-on to help gather your responses. If the study does not automatically continue after the add-on is installed, try refreshing your browser or re-initiating the study from the URL in the email you received. 2016-04-13T16:49:42 ti wants to isntall some spyware in my chrome 2016-04-13T16:50:00 dafuq 2016-04-13T16:50:38 100% garanteed way to not get feedback 2016-04-13T16:51:03 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electronics/Led-Laser-driver/ 2016-04-13T16:54:52 is it a LED driver or laser diode driver, i guess we will never know 2016-04-13T16:54:55 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T16:57:40 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep] 2016-04-13T17:03:24 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T17:10:06 -!- massi [~massi@host164-128-static.225-95-b.business.telecomitalia.it] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T17:14:44 -!- jonsowman_ is now known as jonsowman 2016-04-13T17:15:07 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T17:16:27 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T17:23:55 -!- saph0 is now known as asshole 2016-04-13T17:24:25 -!- asshole is now known as Guest30501 2016-04-13T17:24:29 -!- Guest30501 is now known as saph0 2016-04-13T17:28:37 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-jstyjiokfzzxsfaz] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-13T17:36:10 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T17:36:10 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-13T17:36:22 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-13T17:36:52 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/13/usbc_adds_authentication_protocol/ 2016-04-13T17:36:53 great 2016-04-13T17:53:11 fucking dumb 2016-04-13T17:53:26 because people can’t design non-dumb devices 2016-04-13T17:54:57 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/11/05/google_engineer_ids_dodgy_usbs/ this dumbass fuckign started it 2016-04-13T17:55:06 Some converters do not feature this pull-up. So, for example, a Type-C gadget could attempt to draw 3A from a USB 2.0 host or charger via one of these dodgy cables, and cause damage to the wiring and electronics. 2016-04-13T17:55:13 fuck off mate 2016-04-13T17:55:22 make your fuckign circuitrry correctly 2016-04-13T17:55:28 impliment OCP 2016-04-13T17:59:52 lul someone vandalized ~10 cars in hokkaido on april 1st 2016-04-13T17:59:58 broke all windows and slashed tires 2016-04-13T18:00:10 just going through recorded news archive 2016-04-13T18:00:36 PeterM: yeah i read that article too when it was posted first 2016-04-13T18:00:39 sounded like bullshit 2016-04-13T18:01:08 nobody is gonna ‘draw’ 3A from a shitty charger, your shitty thing will drop voltage to nearly zero because of crap design and it’ll just stop charging from it problem solved 2016-04-13T18:01:45 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-13T18:05:24 -!- barthess 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2016-04-13T18:19:54 er named->unnamed 2016-04-13T18:20:06 is that why this shit is like this http://i.imgur.com/ppzwzZR.png 2016-04-13T18:20:08 i only see GND/12V/couple VCCs named 2016-04-13T18:20:18 yes, those are teardrops 2016-04-13T18:20:31 made by many lines 2016-04-13T18:20:36 sothere is teardrops inside the pin/pad? 2016-04-13T18:20:45 yea 2016-04-13T18:20:47 the fuck 2016-04-13T18:20:58 they’re related to that triangle outside the pad 2016-04-13T18:21:02 its like 2016-04-13T18:21:15 but…but… but…. 2016-04-13T18:21:19 ocrad 2016-04-13T18:21:20 very pro 2016-04-13T18:21:20 WHY 2016-04-13T18:21:24 because pro 2016-04-13T18:23:14 meanwhile REAL PRO SOFT like altidicks does this http://i.imgur.com/TyFyIRy.png 2016-04-13T18:24:06 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T18:27:20 fuck yeah, only goes into the pad jsut enough 2016-04-13T18:32:32 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-13T18:35:18 you should eagle that thing http://i.imgur.com/YkjXsWc.png 2016-04-13T18:39:47 -!- Sync_ [~foobar@sync-hv.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T18:42:16 qyx, you could always try the geda way http://i.imgur.com/L9nrrLE.png 2016-04-13T18:42:31 -!- nighty-_ [~cp@www.taiyolabs.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T18:44:19 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: jonsowman, nighty-, Sync 2016-04-13T18:47:11 where is crt 2016-04-13T18:47:20 i dont have the heart to tell him keil is free 2016-04-13T18:48:15 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-23-75.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T18:48:40 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-13T18:52:03 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T18:56:43 ohh sheeeeeiiiit 2016-04-13T18:56:47 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVB_5lA-0hc 2016-04-13T18:56:56 retweeting from Sync_ 2016-04-13T18:59:09 39,000 cph 2016-04-13T18:59:35 insane 2016-04-13T18:59:48 I’d like to know how the reel feeders to the head work 2016-04-13T19:00:00 seems like a really nice design – make it all rotary 2016-04-13T19:00:03 pulls back tape and advances 2016-04-13T19:00:16 yeah but the tape has to get to the head 2016-04-13T19:00:25 i’d like to know how it does with higher mass parts 2016-04-13T19:00:27 the head moves to the tape 2016-04-13T19:00:33 or does it only place 20 at a time 2016-04-13T19:00:36 they show the vid 2016-04-13T19:00:37 oh i see 2016-04-13T19:00:41 cutaway 2016-04-13T19:00:41 boring lol 2016-04-13T19:00:55 the place I get my boards assembled uses older versions of that 2016-04-13T19:00:58 * PeterM imagines inductors smackign against the plexiglass windows 2016-04-13T19:00:58 they’re amazing 2016-04-13T19:01:16 temporary part storage on the head would be interesting 2016-04-13T19:01:19 PeterM ya obv you cant place them as fastr 2016-04-13T19:01:26 i.e. >> 20 parts 2016-04-13T19:01:26 but for lil resistors and caps and shit 2016-04-13T19:01:29 amazzzeee 2016-04-13T19:01:54 ReadError, nah jsut needs moar vaccuuuum 2016-04-13T19:02:21 well that’s what it does with the multiple heads 2016-04-13T19:02:25 i bet you need a degree to setup on of those though 2016-04-13T19:02:38 grabs a bunch of stuff that’s spatially close on the target baord then moves to the board and palces them 2016-04-13T19:02:41 instant speed bost 2016-04-13T19:03:09 Laurenceb what about moving the feeders 2016-04-13T19:03:18 like have them on a conveyor system 2016-04-13T19:03:22 i wonder how much of a speed boost you could get by having both the head move and the board move 2016-04-13T19:03:25 so the part its placing is always right behind it 2016-04-13T19:03:30 yeah thats what I though it did lol 2016-04-13T19:03:34 oh 2016-04-13T19:03:35 or something like that 2016-04-13T19:04:06 nah the feeders are fixed 2016-04-13T19:04:08 then you could have a rotary series of like 20 heads and the main head would never have to do anything other than move over the boards 2016-04-13T19:04:25 but a rapid to the feeder back to the board isnt a huge amount of time 2016-04-13T19:04:37 when you consider its throwing down 20 components 2016-04-13T19:04:43 but the suckers have to then pick up all their parts? 2016-04-13T19:04:47 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T19:04:53 yea but 20 a grab 2016-04-13T19:04:56 ReadError: yes but now you’re talking about trying to move multiple feeders full of components 2016-04-13T19:04:56 so it move than halves the overall speed 2016-04-13T19:05:04 you want to keep the moving bits as small and light as possible 2016-04-13T19:05:14 aandrew yea thats overly complex, agreed 2016-04-13T19:05:20 im not that much of a speed queen 2016-04-13T19:05:27 going to the feeder isnt a big deal 2016-04-13T19:05:29 HOYL FUCK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVHuR0brpuI&nohtml5=False 2016-04-13T19:05:30 just a drag queen? πŸ™‚ 2016-04-13T19:05:58 hoe my god PeterM 2016-04-13T19:06:02 thats dope as fuck 2016-04-13T19:06:11 oh wow 2016-04-13T19:06:47 nice 2016-04-13T19:06:48 PeterM: holy crap that is awesome 2016-04-13T19:07:05 jesus fuck 2016-04-13T19:07:52 at some point there you jsut have to hope your system is good enough – like you can’t tell if tis picked the component until it has gone through the camera because there sint enough time for the vaccuum pressure to settle 2016-04-13T19:08:22 i guess when you load 1.5mil components at a time you can toss a few out 2016-04-13T19:08:31 i wonder how they deal with dwell 2016-04-13T19:08:45 like i imagine they have to use positive pressure to remove the component fast enough 2016-04-13T19:08:52 during placement 2016-04-13T19:09:26 yeah, certainly, gravity wouldnt be enough 2016-04-13T19:10:41 the only thing that weirds me out is the name, siplacer to me seems liek it would be sip-lacer, not sea-placer 2016-04-13T19:11:01 they are, german? 2016-04-13T19:11:10 some EU place 2016-04-13T19:11:13 no idea 2016-04-13T19:13:29 oh hm 2016-04-13T19:13:34 they have an office like 1hr from me 2016-04-13T19:14:19 go for a drive o nthe weekend, ask for a demo 2016-04-13T19:14:31 be like “yeah , i jsut won the lotto m8” 2016-04-13T19:14:36 lol 2016-04-13T19:14:54 “i wanna clone some rc quads and shit ey mate: 2016-04-13T19:14:57 “can i like, trial this thing for a few months and decide if its worth the money?” 2016-04-13T19:15:15 accidentally becomes next foxconn 2016-04-13T19:17:40 siplace was siemens 2016-04-13T19:18:32 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.55] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T19:22:00 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:25b0:e748:ac0:1413] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T19:24:45 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T19:27:17 -!- Abhishek_ [uid26899@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-mxgylllugwitrbfw] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T19:31:07 -!- Amperture [~Amp@107-207-76-17.lightspeed.austtx.sbcglobal.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 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2016-04-13T19:59:18 woot 2016-04-13T20:00:06 “The TMP107-Q1 uses a TI proprietary, one-wire, UART-compatible, bidirectional, communication protocol called SMAART wire” 2016-04-13T20:00:18 yeah we needed another protocol like this 2016-04-13T20:00:23 sbrkr.c:(.text._sbrk_r+0xc): undefined reference to `_sbrk’ 2016-04-13T20:00:36 ../arm-none-eabi/lib/armv7-m/libc.a(lib_a-sbrkr.o): In function `_sbrk_r’: 2016-04-13T20:00:43 broken 2016-04-13T20:03:16 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-23-75.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:05:56 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:06:35 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-23-75.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-13T20:11:11 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.139.123] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:15:42 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-13T20:17:54 Laurenceb: that’s to be expected with newlib there are a few functions you should implement yourself 2016-04-13T20:26:43 Laurenceb: or at least the version i use always behaved like that πŸ™‚ the version you had provided a default implementation? 2016-04-13T20:27:46 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.163.46] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:34:35 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:37:03 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:40:01 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:57:15 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-13T20:58:04 mitrax: I added a -specs flag to the makefile 2016-04-13T20:58:09 dunno why it broke 2016-04-13T20:59:28 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8780:c200:61c6:7f9c:7543:cd20] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T20:59:58 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-23-75.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T21:07:58 -!- Amperture [~Amp@2602:306:bcf4:c110:4aa5:2bef:e634:a505] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 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and does a half word load (ldrh) 2016-04-13T22:25:57 Is there a good reason ( and legal ) reason to do that? 2016-04-13T22:26:40 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-98-247-194-140.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T22:26:55 isn’t it just a 2 byte copy (on a little endian arch) 2016-04-13T22:27:15 y 2016-04-13T22:27:41 Yes, but .. an instruction like ldrh requires a 2 byte alignment 2016-04-13T22:28:30 which is not always the case because the of the parameter being uint8 2016-04-13T22:29:26 so uint8_t arr[4]; x(&arr[1]); would fail? 2016-04-13T22:29:32 yes. 2016-04-13T22:30:04 and with volatile? 2016-04-13T22:30:47 The real question is if it should really turn that function into a single statement when it cannot know if hte input is aligned or not. 2016-04-13T22:30:59 unless the C standard specifies that somewhere. 2016-04-13T22:31:20 is x static? maybe the compiler can see all usages and all arg values are aligned 2016-04-13T22:32:21 Nah no it cannot. because i asked this because some code actually “crashed” because of this. 2016-04-13T22:33:32 ( this all is compiled with O2 btw ) 2016-04-13T22:35:05 Just lovely when something works with 4.9 and totally fails when you just move to 5.3. 2016-04-13T22:38:58 I guess it deserves a bug report then 2016-04-13T22:43:18 -!- scrts_ [~quassel@unaffiliated/scrts] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-13T22:44:25 5.3 is causing all sorts of problems. 2016-04-13T22:46:00 ohsix: cortex-m allows unaligned access transparently, you just lose performance πŸ™‚ 2016-04-13T22:48:15 lorenzo: if it’s uart comatible, isn’t just an application protocol on topof half duplex? that’s not like onewire or the wsxxx led stuff or anything 2016-04-13T22:48:35 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: scrts, grummund, kisielk, Steffanx, jaeckel, mitrax, obnauticus, KreAture_Zzz, Laurenceb 2016-04-13T22:48:39 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: gxti, oz4ga, Cyric, SpaceCoaster 2016-04-13T22:49:00 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 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2016-04-14T02:12:58 I try to understand money 2016-04-14T02:17:42 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/K3Kmfzfs/IMG_1412.JPG 2016-04-14T02:19:17 nice 2016-04-14T02:20:16 PeterM: 2016-04-14T02:21:18 Mounts are ugly but temporary 2016-04-14T02:22:49 Until I figure out gear ratio 2016-04-14T02:24:00 2motors? 2016-04-14T02:25:11 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has left ##stm32 [“Leaving”] 2016-04-14T02:25:21 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T02:32:26 Ya 2016-04-14T03:02:02 R2COM: i wish, but they dont let me have it in jp paypal 2016-04-14T03:02:28 i applied for one in my usa scampal but it arrived i dunno where and i never got it 2016-04-14T03:08:30 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 248 seconds] 2016-04-14T03:09:36 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T03:11:38 lol Falcon 9 is on fire 2016-04-14T03:12:30 just reading NSF thread, they have zoom camera set up 2016-04-14T03:12:43 Elno Musk dick waving contest 2016-04-14T03:12:55 apparently the bottom just caught fire 2016-04-14T03:13:30 out now 2016-04-14T03:13:37 they got the extinguishers on it 2016-04-14T03:14:07 * Laurenceb_ zzz 2016-04-14T03:16:57 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T03:17:34 sat down to play with the icestick, ended up fixing openocd for samd10. 2016-04-14T03:17:38 how does my brane work. 2016-04-14T03:19:12 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-20-27.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T03:19:57 oh 2016-04-14T03:20:02 that board from few daysd ago was intel galilo 2016-04-14T03:20:04 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/11/19/redmond_expels_galileo/ 2016-04-14T03:20:11 the weather station thing 2016-04-14T03:20:14 wiht tarduino headers 2016-04-14T03:23:36 -!- KreA is now known as KreAture_Zzz 2016-04-14T03:25:37 z170 mini-itx with 4x pcie M.2 go 2016-04-14T03:25:45 oh and DP 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High layer count enhances stability both for heavy loads as well as high overclocking. 2016-04-14T03:34:37 Thats right, you’ve heard it here first. 2016-04-14T03:36:36 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T03:42:49 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-19-73-115.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T03:44:09 no new feelances 2016-04-14T03:44:58 ya 2016-04-14T03:45:41 it took 30 sec 2016-04-14T03:45:46 and im goin back to dicknplacing 2016-04-14T03:51:08 dongs: 2016-04-14T03:51:17 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/wXtbF4NY/IMG_1414.JPG 2016-04-14T03:51:31 haha 2016-04-14T03:51:46 whats this in radioshack or something 2016-04-14T03:56:19 Microcenter 2016-04-14T03:56:36 Got a 5$ pi zero lol 2016-04-14T04:07:38 http://bousai.city-minato.jp/index/detail?disaster-id=496 2016-04-14T04:13:23 -!- ABLomas [abl@78-60-198-200.static.zebra.lt] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T04:20:37 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-14T04:32:42 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T04:37:01 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T04:40:28 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-14T04:46:19 I wonder if there’s an alternative to National Instruments rack PCs? 2016-04-14T04:46:24 some kind of these systems? 2016-04-14T04:46:28 -!- scrts_ is now known as scrts 2016-04-14T04:47:31 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T04:47:39 wat 2016-04-14T04:54:49 today i get to find out how 3 years old hasl boards solder 2016-04-14T04:54:58 after being mostly in open air 2016-04-14T04:55:25 wtf is 150% gold 2016-04-14T04:55:47 is that in EVGA junk 2016-04-14T04:56:00 so much chenglish 2016-04-14T04:56:03 yes 2016-04-14T04:56:15 150% more of zero 2016-04-14T04:56:16 still zero 2016-04-14T04:56:30 onboard powerbutton is cool 2016-04-14T04:56:34 for my mdf case 2016-04-14T04:56:55 yaz but so is just shorting the shit wiht tweezers 2016-04-14T04:57:06 lame 2016-04-14T04:57:12 i got 30c china pigtails with buttons on 2016-04-14T04:57:19 nice 2016-04-14T04:59:20 fucking nice. atmel asf download is 1.6gig expanded, includes allll files for avr32, megaavr, sam and xmega all together 2016-04-14T04:59:30 yea 2016-04-14T04:59:43 trying to workout why my minimal samd10 doesn’t blink ze leds 2016-04-14T05:00:46 does it have DRM in teh vector table like NXP 2016-04-14T05:01:08 * karlp shrugs 2016-04-14T05:01:11 quite likely? 2016-04-14T05:03:01 I tried to get atmel SAMD stuff working w/ minimal GCC/make/gdb/oocd a while ago. gave up. 2016-04-14T05:03:15 IΓ°ve hacked oocd to connect at least, 2016-04-14T05:03:20 someone else got the flash drivers working 2016-04-14T05:03:32 tracking down all the funky peripheral regs in their dox was a huge PITA 2016-04-14T05:03:42 so I dumped the factory demo, and when my own code fails badly, I can reflash the bianry I dumped and that still works 2016-04-14T05:03:58 it’s not working to break on reset handler though 2016-04-14T05:04:13 SAMD10 is wat 2016-04-14T05:04:15 just cortex m0 shit? 2016-04-14T05:04:16 but that’s possibly my libopencm3 stubs having errors 2016-04-14T05:04:18 or that A5 thing 2016-04-14T05:04:26 yeah, just m0+shit 2016-04-14T05:04:26 m0 2016-04-14T05:04:44 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T05:04:59 was in a pile of dev boards I got a while ago, was going to help oocd and locm3 with them. 2016-04-14T05:05:34 psh 2016-04-14T05:05:37 keep the sores closed 2016-04-14T05:06:04 atmel doesnt need any help failing 2016-04-14T05:10:38 hm the mask definitely yellowed after reflow 2016-04-14T05:10:45 on the boards taht were more exposed to air (= top of stack) 2016-04-14T05:11:49 psh, got one tombstoner 2016-04-14T05:18:01 .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON 2016-04-14T05:18:01 GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE 2016-04-14T05:18:01 DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUINE DEVICE FOUND! .NON GENUI 2016-04-14T05:18:05 lol fucking FTDI 2016-04-14T05:18:08 trashing board immediately 2016-04-14T05:18:22 NOT 2016-04-14T05:18:26 more like, reinstalling drivers 2016-04-14T05:18:31 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T05:19:30 wtf same part tombstoned on another board 2016-04-14T05:21:58 nice old drivers still available by typing in filename 2016-04-14T05:22:25 nongenuine doesnt trash tbe board anymore? 2016-04-14T05:22:28 just spews that string? 2016-04-14T05:22:31 yea 2016-04-14T05:23:19 read on some blog this is latest version that works http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/CDM/CDM%20v2.08.24%20WHQL%20Certified.zip 2016-04-14T05:23:21 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T05:23:41 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T05:25:02 if I ever get time ill finish that FTDI usb emulation that i had somewehre in m4osd 2016-04-14T05:25:07 just to stick it to them 2016-04-14T05:25:30 have STM32 CDC enumerate as ftdi tarsh and use their drivers 2016-04-14T05:26:15 maybe it is bricked 2016-04-14T05:26:18 im on old driver 2016-04-14T05:33:46 aha, there are multiple drivers to uninstall 2016-04-14T05:36:06 some dude from 1 infinity loop ordered jewpad adapters 2016-04-14T05:36:11 yay working 2016-04-14T05:36:15 am i gonna get [ ] DMCA [ ] cloned 2016-04-14T05:36:37 both 2016-04-14T05:36:52 iMac Mini 2016-04-14T05:36:54 thats wat i thought 2016-04-14T05:37:26 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T05:37:32 Add A Second Screen To Your iPad Pro For Only $499 2016-04-14T05:39:59 no idea 2016-04-14T05:40:04 if not, maybe ipad pro 2 2016-04-14T05:40:30 some jap figured out how to run my shit with rageberry 2016-04-14T05:40:44 apparently just needs a edid override and it works wiht any hdmi>dp cables 2016-04-14T05:40:45 it has displaydongs? 2016-04-14T05:40:54 no, but like $25 hdmi>dp shits on ebay 2016-04-14T05:40:58 neato 2016-04-14T05:41:19 had no idea rageberry could do > 165mhz pixclk on hdmi 2016-04-14T05:52:38 saw some hack where a dude was generating a DVB-T signal by PWMing a GPIO pin on the RPi 2016-04-14T05:53:32 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-14T05:54:31 R2COM: there is no simulink in Octave. 2016-04-14T05:54:47 there are some minor syntax differences that are fairly easy to work around. 2016-04-14T05:54:50 -!- BrightCloudy is now known as Bright 2016-04-14T05:55:07 Octave tends to execute more slowly than equivalent Matlab on the same machine. 2016-04-14T05:55:31 benefits of opensauce 2016-04-14T05:57:40 upside is that it’s a helluva a lot cheaper. 2016-04-14T05:58:24 I don’t use Octave on anything that requires compatibility with other folks. 2016-04-14T05:58:49 too much hassle to be sure that it’s going to work for them. 2016-04-14T05:58:50 then again, with the “if your time is worthless” part ): 2016-04-14T05:58:52 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 1.4] 2016-04-14T05:59:36 dongs: well, if you’re working alone, or with others who use Octave it’s viable. The speed differences aren’t a big deal. 2016-04-14T05:59:53 I know pros who use it. 2016-04-14T06:00:30 R2COM: yes – for quick tests and analysis it would be perfect. I use it for that on machines where I don’t have a Matlab license. 2016-04-14T06:01:51 R2COM: and the filter design functions in the signal toolkit are handy if you already know Matlab 2016-04-14T06:02:45 R2COM: just “signal” – has remez(), firpm(), etc. 2016-04-14T06:03:02 plus all the analog / IIR stuff 2016-04-14T06:03:10 bessel, butter, cheby, etc. 2016-04-14T06:05:12 hmm… dunno if fdatool works in Octave. Never tried. 2016-04-14T06:06:03 doesn’t seem to be present in the version I’ve got on this machine. 2016-04-14T06:06:59 R2COM: if you really want a mindbender, try python / numpy / matplotlib 2016-04-14T06:07:35 matlab-alike in Python. syntax is way different of course, but it has a lot of the same features. 2016-04-14T06:08:01 i heard write-once-read-never code is the hipster choice in 2016 2016-04-14T06:08:59 heh 2016-04-14T06:09:04 cuz fuck using somethign that works 2016-04-14T06:09:13 when you can use some retarded interpreted scripting language 2016-04-14T06:09:30 python is… different 2016-04-14T06:12:17 heh 2016-04-14T06:12:31 no room for comments on a Fortran card deck 2016-04-14T06:14:22 typical gnu code 2016-04-14T06:16:04 ohsix: SDP didnt have the shit to do belts in stock 2016-04-14T06:16:18 I got half links too and the motor can go up/down 9mm 2016-04-14T06:16:31 so I should be able to tension it pretty decent 2016-04-14T06:17:38 NPI Materials Program Manager R2COM, you do realize the what the people are like that do join and contribute? almost exactly as you described 2016-04-14T06:19:28 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T06:19:34 -!- johntramp [~john@175.111.102.145] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T06:19:34 -!- johntramp [~john@unaffiliated/johntramp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T06:22:56 generally opensores turds arent paid to write commetns 2016-04-14T06:35:05 http://motherboard-images.vice.com/content-images/contentimage/32511/1460570232070297.png 2016-04-14T06:45:53 a checksum that has to be there or it wont boot 2016-04-14T06:46:13 over the first 10? or something vectors 2016-04-14T06:46:29 i duno how it calculates it 2016-04-14T06:46:29 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.83.206] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T06:46:35 it doesnt boot if it d oesn match 2016-04-14T06:47:00 https://www.lpcware.com/content/faq/lpcxpresso/image-checksums 2016-04-14T06:48:34 dongs: what kickstarter is that ragepost in reference to 2016-04-14T06:52:53 englishman: shittiest cooler 2016-04-14T06:53:00 haha 2016-04-14T06:53:03 -!- zauslande [~zauslande@66.53.83.206] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-14T06:54:08 Γ’Β€ΒœI know the internet is an ugly place but Kickstarter is usually somewhere people spend discretionary income,Ҁ she said. Γ’Β€ΒœI got doxxed by a backer and my phone has been blowing up. I do think some of the reaction is beyond the pale. We’ve been physically threatened and abused and yesterday some backer threatened Ryan’s family.Ҁ 2016-04-14T06:54:15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vw8o-I7ytDs&feature=youtu.be&t=12m31s 2016-04-14T06:54:36 ohsix: the coocox ? lol 2016-04-14T06:56:56 they actually had a lot of shit 2016-04-14T06:57:01 Γ’Β€ΒœWe thought Amazon would be a tremendous opportunity for us,Ҁ Towers said. Γ’Β€ΒœThey flooded Amazon with fake 1 star reviews and have made it impossible to sell a lot of coolers.Ҁ 2016-04-14T06:57:06 grabbed a pi zero for 5$ 2016-04-14T06:57:10 they had them at the checkout thing 2016-04-14T07:00:26 -!- Thorn__ is now known as Thorn 2016-04-14T07:00:43 why the rage today? theyve been failing for a while 2016-04-14T07:00:56 they posted a new update 2016-04-14T07:01:00 asking people to give htem $97 2016-04-14T07:01:02 to get more made 2016-04-14T07:01:04 lol really 2016-04-14T07:01:06 cuz they’re out of cash for a while 2016-04-14T07:01:07 y 2016-04-14T07:01:20 why didnt zano think of that 2016-04-14T07:01:23 haha 2016-04-14T07:01:49 update for backers only 2016-04-14T07:01:58 ya its bene pasted in few places 2016-04-14T07:02:04 http://motherboard.vice.com/en_uk/read/a-very-uncool-cooler 2016-04-14T07:02:06 scroll down 2016-04-14T07:02:26 fucking scribd 2016-04-14T07:02:31 β€œThe cooler market is exploding right now. Cooler sales have doubled in the last year,” 2016-04-14T07:02:32 so cant link direct 2016-04-14T07:02:35 HEH 2016-04-14T07:02:39 why 2016-04-14T07:02:58 https://www.scribd.com/doc/308414633/Backer-Update-4-12-Press#fullscreen 2016-04-14T07:02:59 oh that wokrs 2016-04-14T07:03:05 their “share” link only has facebook/twatter 2016-04-14T07:17:30 http://hotproceed.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/IMG_2999-300×233.jpg 2016-04-14T07:18:05 are tehre any raspberripi blade servers 2016-04-14T07:18:18 y ou bet 2016-04-14T07:19:13 https://keepingitclassless.net/assets/2013/07/raspberry-pi-supercomputer-1-620×465.jpg 2016-04-14T07:22:10 hm 2016-04-14T07:22:19 is there any magic with using DMA with I2S? 2016-04-14T07:22:36 I’m sure I’ve just fucked up the DMA setup because if I use PIO instead I’m getting data 2016-04-14T07:22:52 i heard something about SPI DMA buffers needing to be alignede 2016-04-14T07:22:55 but i duno 2016-04-14T07:22:58 well aligned is a given 2016-04-14T07:22:59 emeb_mac: probably did I2S DMA 2016-04-14T07:23:02 it’s ARM 2016-04-14T07:24:16 enable SPI2 clock, enable DMA1 audio, enable the GPIO clocks for the pins you’re using for I2S… 2016-04-14T07:24:38 “cool” 2016-04-14T07:25:23 how do you define which DMA stream you use, is there a given peripheral-to-stream mapping for a given channel? 2016-04-14T07:25:34 yes 2016-04-14T07:25:40 its in datasheet or in RM 2016-04-14T07:25:43 ok 2016-04-14T07:25:44 you can only put specific stuff into a stream 2016-04-14T07:25:46 maybe that’s wrong 2016-04-14T07:25:52 yeah I’m using cube 2016-04-14T07:26:14 __HAL_LINKDMA() DEINIT, INIT, then set up the NVIC for DMA complete 2016-04-14T07:26:17 STM32F417 2016-04-14T07:27:49 I see it now I think 2016-04-14T07:27:54 page 307 of the RM 2016-04-14T07:28:03 -!- KreAture_ [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T07:28:09 SPI2_RX is DMA1 channel 0 stream 4 2016-04-14T07:28:16 er stream 3, SPI2_TX is stream 4 2016-04-14T07:28:30 You’ll get this offer: 2016-04-14T07:28:30 Buy 1, get 1 at 10% off 2016-04-14T07:28:32 nice 2016-04-14T07:30:55 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T07:30:57 -!- Lux [~Luggi09@snowden.it-syndikat.org] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T07:31:08 aandrew: doesnt hal do all that shit for you 2016-04-14T07:31:17 dont forget to check the boxes you need to check in dma/int 2016-04-14T07:31:26 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T07:31:28 -!- specing [~specing@unaffiliated/specing] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T07:31:56 -!- specing [~specing@unaffiliated/specing] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T07:32:02 this ohsix> http://www.cnx-software.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Raspberry_Pi_Zero_Cluster.jpg 2016-04-14T07:32:04 -!- KreAture_Zzz [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T07:32:12 looks like OVH’s new VPSes 2016-04-14T07:32:28 100 instances/pi 2016-04-14T07:33:25 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T07:34:03 -!- Lux [~Luggi09@snowden.it-syndikat.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T07:34:06 englishman: well you specify the stream etc 2016-04-14T07:34:09 and Ig uess I’m fucking that up 2016-04-14T07:34:24 dont forget interrupt boxes 2016-04-14T07:34:44 whats the symptom 2016-04-14T07:36:04 cube is awesome 2016-04-14T07:37:58 I’m using I2S2 2016-04-14T07:38:59 oh no no 2016-04-14T07:39:09 I2S2 is different from SPI2 2016-04-14T07:39:11 at least from DMA 2016-04-14T07:39:30 DMA1 ch3 stream 3 and 4 2016-04-14T07:39:48 er no ch3 stream 3 and ch2 stream4 2016-04-14T07:40:50 -!- scummos [scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-myilsuldoicgtlhy] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T07:41:21 why does the the RM list these as “examples” ? 2016-04-14T07:41:29 it doesn’t seem like an example, it seems its’ the rule 2016-04-14T07:57:13 did someone say I2S? 2016-04-14T07:58:50 I2DONGS 2016-04-14T08:09:38 http://i.imgur.com/l0SJM.jpg 2016-04-14T08:09:40 japan 2016-04-14T08:14:11 seems pretty decent value for money 2016-04-14T08:15:50 so old, jpy was still worth something 2016-04-14T08:20:48 -!- Katz [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T08:21:14 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T08:22:41 is $349 a good price http://www.ebay.com/itm/Keithley-2015-THD-Multimeter-Self-Test-Passed-/182001421463 2016-04-14T08:28:16 http://www.used-line.com/list-meters/multimeters/keithley-2015 $600…2k and up 2016-04-14T08:29:03 that seller offers free shipping. shipping from US is normally like $200-$500+ for me 2016-04-14T08:32:07 $350 us isnt amazing, expecially if the vfd is fucked 2016-04-14T08:32:33 no pictures with display on 2016-04-14T08:40:20 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-68.tn.glocalnet.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T08:48:48 ohsix you want like a getting started book? 2016-04-14T08:49:28 or like, architecture 2016-04-14T08:49:56 theres a decent pdf 2016-04-14T08:50:00 written by a professor 2016-04-14T08:50:12 www.cs.indiana.edu/~geobrown/book.pdf 2016-04-14T08:50:16 ah 2016-04-14T08:50:36 oh ya read them 2016-04-14T08:50:38 meh 2016-04-14T08:50:41 not too great 2016-04-14T08:50:44 some interesting bits 2016-04-14T08:50:51 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T08:51:13 got them through safari books tho 2016-04-14T08:53:28 lol why is there a stm32 book 2016-04-14T08:53:50 its used for a course 2016-04-14T08:53:59 probably a microcontroller course 2016-04-14T08:54:00 so that you can smack people on the head with it 2016-04-14T08:54:37 heard clive1 is writing a book 2016-04-14T08:55:13 blind leading the blind community 2016-04-14T08:55:14 “i2c is fucked but the timers are great, for more info read the RM and errata” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTSXm60LghA 2016-04-14T09:04:11 -!- grummund_ [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:04:13 -!- maenthrie [maenthrie@gateway/shell/blinkenshell.org/x-jxeyhdoumnnrpiim] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:04:41 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:05:40 -!- aadamson_ [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:06:43 -!- Nutter` [~hehe@2605:6400:2:fed5:22:f62c:b508:6f00] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:06:52 -!- Thaolia- [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:07:02 -!- Cyric_ [~quassel@cm-84.215.74.80.getinternet.no] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:07:02 -!- Cyric_ [~quassel@cm-84.215.74.80.getinternet.no] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T09:07:02 -!- Cyric_ [~quassel@unaffiliated/cyric] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:07:09 -!- forrestv_ [forrestv@unaffiliated/forrestv] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:07:16 -!- BrightCloudy [~brightclo@gayest.horse] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:07:34 -!- obnauticus_ [~obnauticu@192.241.240.229] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:09:14 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: gxti, jonsowman, yan, specing, jaeckel, ka6sox, dobson, Cyric__, nikomo, forrestv, (+10 more, use /NETSPLIT to show all of them) 2016-04-14T09:09:15 -!- Nutter` is now known as Nutter 2016-04-14T09:09:16 -!- aadamson_ is now known as aadamson 2016-04-14T09:09:16 -!- forrestv_ is now known as forrestv 2016-04-14T09:09:29 -!- Netsplit over, joins: ka6sox 2016-04-14T09:10:36 -!- Netsplit over, joins: yan 2016-04-14T09:11:52 -!- Netsplit over, joins: dobson 2016-04-14T09:15:04 -!- specing [~specing@unaffiliated/specing] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:15:54 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:16:03 -!- sterna [~Adium@84-217-184-68.tn.glocalnet.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T09:18:25 -!- nikomo [~quassel@nikomo.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:18:44 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:21:17 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:22:35 -!- jaeckel [~jaeckel@unaffiliated/jaeckel] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:24:10 -!- aadamson [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T09:25:38 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-14T09:27:49 -!- scummos [scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-myilsuldoicgtlhy] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T09:27:49 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:27:50 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:29:02 -!- gxti [~gxti@columbia.partiallystapled.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:31:00 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T09:32:29 chat killer 2016-04-14T09:37:45 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T09:46:01 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T09:50:09 BLM 2016-04-14T09:52:53 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-14T09:57:22 ohsix 2016-04-14T09:57:28 did you see the Palin vs. Trump 2016-04-14T09:57:30 thing 2016-04-14T09:57:31 lol 2016-04-14T09:57:33 err 2016-04-14T09:57:37 Bill Nye 2016-04-14T09:57:38 wtf 2016-04-14T09:58:12 ReadError: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-14T09:58:22 ohsix it hasnt happened yet 2016-04-14T09:58:27 i dont think 2016-04-14T09:58:28 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.147] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T10:03:15 -!- aadamson [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T10:07:45 found your new PnP dongs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVB_5lA-0hc 2016-04-14T10:10:31 -!- BrightCloudy is now known as Bright 2016-04-14T10:19:12 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T10:37:10 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.147] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T10:40:23 is there a terminal/console/sshclient for windows that doesnt suck 2016-04-14T10:40:34 dont say putty 2016-04-14T10:40:51 used securecrt way back 2016-04-14T10:40:52 putty tray 2016-04-14T10:41:11 hmm that does look better 2016-04-14T10:41:18 no tabs? 2016-04-14T10:41:41 with nmos the gate the be > the drain right? you just need to be within Vgs-breakdown (typ +/- 20V) right? 2016-04-14T10:43:16 http://terminals.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Features%20and%20Screen%20shots 2016-04-14T10:45:17 upgrdman: sure 2016-04-14T10:45:37 k 2016-04-14T10:45:47 upgrdman: with both N fets and P fets just the gate-source voltage matters (it is to be expected that Vgate > Vdrain when the FET is fully on) 2016-04-14T10:47:08 thought so 2016-04-14T10:47:25 http://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/features.html 2016-04-14T10:47:28 but didnt want to nig rig some shit and get surprised 2016-04-14T10:47:29 look interesting 2016-04-14T10:47:49 -!- Nutter [~hehe@2605:6400:2:fed5:22:f62c:b508:6f00] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T10:48:10 you dumb fucking cunt who teh fuck needs tabs 2016-04-14T10:48:51 if you want application windows INSIDE TABS then GET A FUCKIGN WINDOW MANAGER THAT PUTS SHIT IN TABS 2016-04-14T10:49:02 be super pro. use an entire vm for each program you need to run. 2016-04-14T10:49:10 yes, because vmware has tabs 2016-04-14T10:49:46 ehh someone that has multiple ssh sessions open 2016-04-14T10:49:56 and its easy to key through them 2016-04-14T10:49:59 yea, its called open several windows you fucking kike 2016-04-14T10:50:03 yes, its called alt-tab 2016-04-14T10:51:22 wish there was a better cmd replacement 2016-04-14T10:51:31 the default windows one is pretty garbage 2016-04-14T10:51:42 i find it perfectly usable 2016-04-14T10:52:14 ReadError, sometime i use git-bash for when i just want a better cmd.exe 2016-04-14T10:52:31 sorry to hear that 2016-04-14T10:52:40 when did “gnu” or “git” become “better” than microsoft products? 2016-04-14T10:52:46 upgrdman ya that one is pretty good 2016-04-14T10:52:58 dongs, πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T10:53:01 cmd.exe is and has always been horrible 2016-04-14T10:53:08 what is a use case for “better cmd.exe” 2016-04-14T10:53:10 i dont get it 2016-04-14T10:53:16 i have yet to have a problem I can’t solve by just using cmd 2016-04-14T10:53:24 give me an example of something it doesnt do? 2016-04-14T10:53:37 how it handles resizing? 2016-04-14T10:53:42 resizing of what? 2016-04-14T10:53:45 or lack there of 2016-04-14T10:54:04 alt-space->properties-> layout -> window size 2016-04-14T10:54:07 the width stuff is retarded 2016-04-14T10:54:10 no its not 2016-04-14T10:54:27 next?> 2016-04-14T10:54:30 this mobaxterm actually has a pretty nice default terminal 2016-04-14T10:55:39 http://i.imgur.com/VgDFP8d.png 2016-04-14T10:55:44 This Windows thing, I don’t think you know how to compute it 2016-04-14T10:56:16 poeple like you spread bullshit misinformation about “cmd.exe sucks!!! i couldn’t resize it lol!!!” 2016-04-14T10:56:20 while normal people just get shit done 2016-04-14T10:56:29 fuckign garbage 2016-04-14T10:56:37 another non-standard window manager inside windows 2016-04-14T10:56:49 lets just allow every shitty fuckign app to manage their own windows 2016-04-14T10:56:52 MDI is a thing you know?? 2016-04-14T10:57:01 its only been around since like 1990 2016-04-14T10:59:04 wonder when they are adding bash 2016-04-14T10:59:09 im installing win10 tomorrow 2016-04-14T10:59:14 so i gotta get my ducks in a row 2016-04-14T10:59:39 you dont deserve the amaze that is windows 10 2016-04-14T10:59:45 keep using whatever ancient garbage youre running now 2016-04-14T11:01:54 -!- Nutter [~hehe@2605:6400:2:fed5:22:f62c:b508:6f00] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T11:03:57 -!- celeron55 [~perttu@dsl-64-1-157.netplaza.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T11:14:05 http://i.imgur.com/n1bbEsQ.jpg 2016-04-14T11:14:06 related 2016-04-14T11:14:35 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T11:17:54 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T11:19:30 ya this shit is pretty legit 2016-04-14T11:27:18 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-73-221-121-119.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T11:33:51 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.67.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T11:36:40 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T11:41:35 what’s wrong with uncle bob? 2016-04-14T11:43:49 :O 2016-04-14T12:07:37 so blogs are dead 2016-04-14T12:07:42 let me ask a tough question 2016-04-14T12:07:49 > have UPS 2016-04-14T12:07:55 > have multiple machines hooked up to UPS 2016-04-14T12:08:01 > UPS only has 1 USB output 2016-04-14T12:08:22 use networked shit to tell all machines to shutdown 2016-04-14T12:08:30 > any daemon/app/service that can handle distributed shutdown/suspends? 2016-04-14T12:08:37 to every machine 2016-04-14T12:08:51 ya they are all networked 2016-04-14T12:08:52 if you dint get a trash ups it should come with ti 2016-04-14T12:08:52 I’d expect upsd to be able to do that 2016-04-14T12:09:10 zyp I know it can to the machine its plugged into 2016-04-14T12:09:16 ive not installed the software… 2016-04-14T12:09:27 but they typically let you add many host ? 2016-04-14T12:09:42 looked into this a while ago when setting up esxi 2016-04-14T12:09:45 gave up cuz there was nothing useful 2016-04-14T12:09:51 esxi i need to do powercli 2016-04-14T12:09:58 just a bunch of broken faggot lunix scripts 2016-04-14T12:10:05 (which is windows) 2016-04-14T12:10:22 but ignoring the ESXi bit, i have a mix of machines 2016-04-14T12:10:31 osx, windows, linux 2016-04-14T12:10:49 but never looked into the distributed shutdown stuff 2016-04-14T12:18:53 run windows, problem solved 2016-04-14T12:19:32 right, shutting down the computer its plugged in to should be easy 2016-04-14T12:19:39 which can be windows 2016-04-14T12:20:02 dongs: why do you need an fpga for dmx512 2016-04-14T12:20:05 many channels? 2016-04-14T12:20:08 yes 2016-04-14T12:20:22 and a lot easier to do spi->lots of dmx 2016-04-14T12:20:24 with same timing 2016-04-14T12:21:16 what data rate 2016-04-14T12:21:22 .. dmx 2016-04-14T12:21:24 its fixed 2016-04-14T12:21:26 250kbit or whatever 2016-04-14T12:24:56 is dmx used anywhere other than stage lighting btw? 2016-04-14T12:25:03 its used everywehre 2016-04-14T12:30:15 -!- mitrax_ [mitrax@7-36-190-109.dsl.ovh.fr] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:30:18 -!- KreA [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:31:56 -!- mitrax [mitrax@7-36-190-109.dsl.ovh.fr] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:32:25 -!- ReadMobl [sid34420@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-tkqrapcirxrpddlu] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-14T12:33:01 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:02 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:02 -!- grummund_ [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:15 -!- CRTT [~~@c110-22-179-66.frank4.vic.optusnet.com.au] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:33:37 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:38 -!- KreAture_ [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:38 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:39 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:33:40 -!- _stowa [~stowa@static.100.25.4.46.clients.your-server.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:34:07 -!- nikomo [~quassel@nikomo.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:34:09 -!- Frans-Willem [~quassel@5355D614.cm-6-6d.dynamic.ziggo.nl] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T12:34:30 -!- Frans-Willem [~quassel@5355D614.cm-6-6d.dynamic.ziggo.nl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:34:55 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:35:03 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:35:09 -!- grummund [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:35:48 -!- _stowa [~stowa@46.4.25.100] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:37:31 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:39:16 -!- ReadMobl [sid34420@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-pgzcjdnqmekpddsm] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:41:09 -!- scummos [scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-xtrxsiunkwakdhxa] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:42:04 -!- nikomo [~quassel@91.121.76.207] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:42:18 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:45:42 rite 2016-04-14T12:46:33 where the fuck is pci-jewpress dimensions 2016-04-14T12:46:39 is that shit in fucking payware spec 2016-04-14T12:47:06 what do you mean, like pci-express pbc size and thickness? 2016-04-14T12:47:17 yes 2016-04-14T12:47:22 and location of slots and trash 2016-04-14T12:47:26 doesnt altidongs have that as a template 2016-04-14T12:48:04 dongs/ohsix, I think I just had bad flash/sram base address locations on the samd10, will look a bit better tonight maybe. 2016-04-14T12:48:36 well its not in base specification 2016-04-14T12:48:49 upgrdman: i need specific sizes to know how more/less I can go 2016-04-14T12:48:55 i saw their huge card template 2016-04-14T12:48:56 its shit 2016-04-14T12:49:04 k 2016-04-14T12:49:33 i think its the “electromechanical specification” pdf. 2016-04-14T12:49:52 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-14T12:50:41 score 2016-04-14T12:50:50 i also needed bracket dimensions and that pdf delivers. 2016-04-14T12:50:57 http://read.pudn.com/downloads166/ebook/758109/PCI_Express_CEM_1.1.pdf 2016-04-14T12:52:17 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:52:29 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:52:29 (yes there’s gonna be a STM32 on that card) 2016-04-14T12:53:44 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-14T12:53:45 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-14T12:53:46 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-14T12:54:03 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:54:15 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T12:57:14 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:03:23 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T13:05:16 how shitty are those pcb usb connectors w/o goldfingers 2016-04-14T13:05:26 they shit out after a few insertions? 2016-04-14T13:06:08 goldfingers? 2016-04-14T13:06:43 ah, yeah, using PCB traces as USB A connector without thick gold plating 2016-04-14T13:07:02 sometimes you have to put solder on them 2016-04-14T13:07:15 heh, cmd.exe was really the primary reason I left windows. 2016-04-14T13:07:25 i’ve seen it done sometimes, haven’t seen any of them crap out so far (well, they are pretty crappy to begin with) 2016-04-14T13:07:43 karlp: where did you leave him? 2016-04-14T13:07:52 alone on the glacier? 2016-04-14T13:08:02 glad im not the only one that things cmd.exe is a pile of shit 2016-04-14T13:08:10 thought i was alone on that.. 2016-04-14T13:08:12 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T13:08:31 powershell is kind of not-shit, but i don’t know how to use it 2016-04-14T13:09:13 the powershell debugger thing is pretty nice 2016-04-14T13:09:47 concrete examples, dudes 2016-04-14T13:09:57 dont just drop “cmd is shit” without facts 2016-04-14T13:10:05 lunix is shit and I can back it up with a metric ton of facts 2016-04-14T13:10:08 globbing and argument handling and running perl scripts πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T13:10:12 it doesnt support active resizing 2016-04-14T13:10:14 for one.. 2016-04-14T13:10:20 ReadError: i already covered this. 2016-04-14T13:10:24 cmd.exe meaning things like copy and move and dir being shit too. 2016-04-14T13:10:25 clicking pauses execution (whhy?) 2016-04-14T13:10:27 karlp: sorry what is “perl” 2016-04-14T13:10:35 ReadError: turn off autoselect in properties 2016-04-14T13:10:41 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:10:41 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-14T13:10:42 no useful lunix tools either 2016-04-14T13:10:52 like grep, find, for loops, etc 2016-04-14T13:10:54 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-14T13:10:54 you want “useful” (debatable) lunix tools, run lunix 2016-04-14T13:10:55 not windows 2016-04-14T13:10:55 some thign I used to use when I wanted to keep windows because I liked it, but wanted linux for getting shit done. 2016-04-14T13:11:04 atleast gimme grep 2016-04-14T13:11:06 by default 2016-04-14T13:11:07 still never found anything as good as old windows explorer. 2016-04-14T13:11:14 ReadError: findstr 2016-04-14T13:11:16 next? 2016-04-14T13:11:32 I like OpenVMS 2016-04-14T13:11:40 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:12:11 I dont see why I have to set a width in the settings 2016-04-14T13:12:14 waiting for the x86 port then I’ll have it on my laptop πŸ˜€ 2016-04-14T13:12:17 why cant you just drag the corner 2016-04-14T13:12:36 “bcause” 2016-04-14T13:12:47 why aren’t you using drag and drop anyway? 2016-04-14T13:12:54 everything you need can be done with tiles rite? 2016-04-14T13:14:12 https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/tvl7wDsW/ 2016-04-14T13:14:15 karlp: i explained why already, he doesnt get it 2016-04-14T13:14:18 how about that 2016-04-14T13:14:21 fucking useless 2016-04-14T13:14:34 its /? on windows you moron 2016-04-14T13:14:45 been like this for literally decades 2016-04-14T13:14:49 from like dos 1.0 2016-04-14T13:14:59 not my fault you’re a dumb tool 2016-04-14T13:15:10 yes it is 2016-04-14T13:15:23 regardless, windows would be a lot nicer with the standard gnu tools 2016-04-14T13:15:28 no 2016-04-14T13:15:29 and a decent cmd.exe 2016-04-14T13:15:34 standard gnu tools are fucking garbage 2016-04-14T13:15:40 shit code piled on top of shit code 2016-04-14T13:15:41 NT and VMS are consistent at least 2016-04-14T13:15:43 it’s always /? 2016-04-14T13:15:44 not -h 2016-04-14T13:15:45 or –h 2016-04-14T13:15:46 or –help 2016-04-14T13:15:47 or -help 2016-04-14T13:15:57 lorenzo: how about printing that said help to STDERR isntead of stdout 2016-04-14T13:15:59 so you cant | more it 2016-04-14T13:16:05 this is hte most fucking raging part about GNU garbage 2016-04-14T13:16:12 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:16:13 > print miles of help text 2016-04-14T13:16:25 dongs: eh you need to 2&>1&$>!?%> 2016-04-14T13:16:26 > to stderr, so you cant fucking page it without a mile of extra commands to override stderr 2016-04-14T13:16:30 lorenzo: ^ 2016-04-14T13:16:35 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-14T13:16:52 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:17:12 dongs, is that why you bought 4k monitors? 2016-04-14T13:17:36 dongs: one option is just to use the scroll bar at the side of the terminal 2016-04-14T13:18:24 (because no-one remembers |& ) 2016-04-14T13:23:27 to maximize lunix pages? 2016-04-14T13:25:51 crt: and CTRL+Z! 2016-04-14T13:42:46 windows has some good things, like RDP 2016-04-14T13:42:55 but console shit i wouldnt consider even close 2016-04-14T13:46:07 pro’d http://i.imgur.com/70NW3lS.png 2016-04-14T13:52:27 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:53:27 i dont wanna know how long this would take in kikecad or eagle 2016-04-14T13:53:45 typical eagle user would be like: HMM I NEED PCIE ADAFRUIT LIBRARY 2016-04-14T13:53:47 WHERE 2 GET 2016-04-14T13:54:25 did you have to draw it yourself or did altipro have it for you alreayd? 2016-04-14T13:54:52 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T13:54:52 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T13:58:44 karlp: myself 2016-04-14T13:58:46 from pdf 2016-04-14T13:59:11 all dimensions 100% matching page 72 of that _CEM_1.1 2016-04-14T13:59:23 except top hole/top side since that was for lowprofile bracket 2016-04-14T14:01:34 whats with the short leg 2016-04-14T14:02:10 on the left? 2016-04-14T14:02:20 prevent from plugging into pci slots, its in the standard 2016-04-14T14:02:26 no the trace 2016-04-14T14:02:31 exposed pad 2016-04-14T14:02:38 you mean white? 2016-04-14T14:02:39 thats silk. 2016-04-14T14:02:42 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.159.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T14:02:46 oh 2016-04-14T14:02:47 last from the right 2016-04-14T14:02:47 no 2016-04-14T14:02:50 over 1 2016-04-14T14:02:50 the pad that’s shorter 2016-04-14T14:02:56 right, thats also spec 2016-04-14T14:03:00 there’s backside short ones too 2016-04-14T14:03:02 they insert later 2016-04-14T14:03:06 when other make contacat 2016-04-14T14:03:10 its hotplug or somesthing pin 2016-04-14T14:03:35 B17 and A1 2016-04-14T14:03:39 are presence detect pin 2016-04-14T14:09:04 what pcie thing are you making? 2016-04-14T14:09:50 this pi zero thing is useless 2016-04-14T14:10:12 no wireless/bt/ethernet 2016-04-14T14:10:48 kickstart an esp shield and breakbread 2016-04-14T14:12:03 what did you expect? 2016-04-14T14:12:23 not much really 2016-04-14T14:12:39 but it was 5$ by the register so i just had the fuckit mentality 2016-04-14T14:12:55 -!- tecdroid [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T14:12:57 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/wXtbF4NY/IMG_1414.JPG 2016-04-14T14:13:01 see that? lol 2016-04-14T14:13:14 think there was some little debugger tool inside 2016-04-14T14:14:51 nice if you actually got rpi for $5, most people end up paying more than $15 for that crap 2016-04-14T14:15:55 i sorta wanted the pi3 but didnt see any and didnt want to put any effort into finding one 2016-04-14T14:16:06 ReadError: however, it has functional usb otg, so gadget mode 2016-04-14T14:16:44 atleast the pi3 is kinda neat 2016-04-14T14:16:47 with the wifi and bt 2016-04-14T14:17:57 http://it.aliexpress.com/item/Orange-Pi-One-ubuntu-linux-and-android-mini-PC-Beyond-and-Compatible-with-Raspberry-Pi-2/32603308880.html 2016-04-14T14:19:03 great! now my ali is stuck in italian 2016-04-14T14:19:05 j/k 2016-04-14T14:19:25 haha yeah it’s pretty stupid whenever I follow a link from someone else on IRC it saves the language 2016-04-14T14:20:05 ive never really looked into it, btu can you do anythin at reasonable speeds on the rpi? like, can you say… 1mhz, 8bit pwm? 2016-04-14T14:20:40 the first pi was fucking useless 2016-04-14T14:20:49 it would just crash non stop if you started x 2016-04-14T14:21:11 not sure about the gpio capabilities tho 2016-04-14T14:21:30 mostly just use them for dumb stuff like 3d printer gcode spitter 2016-04-14T14:25:52 i did go extra retarded and got some ‘carbon fiber PLA’ 2016-04-14T14:27:05 PeterM: I think you’d have better luck with any microcontroller for that specific task 2016-04-14T14:27:42 what someone should do is interface a big ass stm32 2016-04-14T14:27:54 then make it easy for folks to access the gpios on that 2016-04-14T14:28:08 -!- inca [~inca@cpe-98-27-155-145.neo.res.rr.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T14:28:14 like a bunch of adcs, i2c, spi etc 2016-04-14T14:28:23 -!- inca [~inca@cpe-98-27-155-145.neo.res.rr.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T14:28:27 figured that would have been done by now 2016-04-14T14:29:32 little pydong wrapper or create /dev/adc[0….10] 2016-04-14T14:30:39 btw, has anyone ever played with ATWINC1500? 2016-04-14T14:30:40 lorenzo: that allwinner orange pi is pretty useless 2016-04-14T14:30:53 at least if you want to do anything with multimedia under linux 2016-04-14T14:31:20 Lux: nah why would I want to do anything related with multimedia on linux 2016-04-14T14:31:21 lol 2016-04-14T14:31:28 there is like 0 driver support for all those fancy decoders 2016-04-14T14:31:50 that’s what like 90% of the people do with a pi πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-14T14:32:36 atleast they are getting almost usable though 2016-04-14T14:32:47 i’d get a chip if you want something proper and cheap 2016-04-14T14:32:53 using that loosely 2016-04-14T14:32:56 with real lunix support 2016-04-14T14:33:41 Lux isnt that the same boat as all the other SoC boards? 2016-04-14T14:33:56 or do they have more stuff working/better 2016-04-14T14:34:05 they have more stuff working better 2016-04-14T14:34:14 ahhh 2016-04-14T14:34:20 and still only like $10 right 2016-04-14T14:34:27 they put quite a bit of effort in it to get mainline linux support 2016-04-14T14:34:32 last I checked nothing was in stock 2016-04-14T14:34:33 ever 2016-04-14T14:34:47 yeah 9$ plus shipping 2016-04-14T14:34:59 june 2016 shipping 2016-04-14T14:35:12 i’d get a chip if you want something proper and cheap 2016-04-14T14:35:14 how is it proper 2016-04-14T14:35:17 its same allwhiner junk 2016-04-14T14:35:29 VGA adapter 2016-04-14T14:35:31 thats kinda neat 2016-04-14T14:35:37 I’ve used that orange thing as a throwaway board for an industrial scale 2016-04-14T14:35:45 no issues whatsoever besides from temperature rating 2016-04-14T14:35:55 which is the only reason we then moved to the same exact SoC 2016-04-14T14:35:58 just with better rated memory around it 2016-04-14T14:36:10 ReadError: ???? 2016-04-14T14:36:10 if its compat with rpi 2016-04-14T14:36:14 isnt that impossible to buy? 2016-04-14T14:36:22 dongs http://getchip.com/pages/things 2016-04-14T14:36:46 dongs: it is, but they actually paid kernel devs to get support 2016-04-14T14:37:16 ReadError: yeah waht afuckingboutit it, that allwhiner shit has 6bit parallel rgb out 2016-04-14T14:37:41 sure but nobody else has used it, guess hdmi is more popular anyways 2016-04-14T14:37:51 so they’re just levelshifting and t hen doing r2r ladder for VGA or whatever 2016-04-14T14:38:18 all the orange pi guys do is push cheap hardware with some ancient ubuntu images 2016-04-14T14:39:28 ya i learned that too 2016-04-14T14:39:37 these no name boards have shitty builds 2016-04-14T14:39:50 and nobody updates them 2016-04-14T14:39:50 retards want lunix 2016-04-14T14:40:04 so best to stick to the big players like rpi/bbb etc 2016-04-14T14:40:09 http://imgur.com/loQf0Hz 2016-04-14T14:40:21 as long as there’s buildroot support it’s okay for me 2016-04-14T14:40:28 not sure why people are running full ubuntu images on these boards 2016-04-14T14:40:54 with the SD card mounted r/w lol, which lasts exactly three days 2016-04-14T14:42:23 lorenzo: there is buildroot support for the opi h3 boards ? 2016-04-14T14:43:20 [lorenzo@elisa ~/dev/buildroot-2016.02]$ ls board/orangepi/ 2016-04-14T14:43:20 orangepipc 2016-04-14T14:44:21 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.22] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T14:44:31 Lux: http://hastebin.com/qohukudaga.avrasm here’s all the tree if you’re curious what they support 2016-04-14T14:46:01 crt nah, mainly roadrunner glue and paintingsa of caves that look very realistic 2016-04-14T14:46:06 πŸ˜€ they make pretty decent system on modules, one of the best AT91SAM designs I’ve tried 2016-04-14T14:46:10 definitely not in raspberry pi price range though 2016-04-14T14:46:14 ReadError: http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/D/X10SDV-7TP4F.cfm 2016-04-14T14:46:23 you should have got this board instead of your toy junk 2016-04-14T14:46:54 -!- Ecco [~user@unaffiliated/ecco] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T14:46:56 Hi everyone! 2016-04-14T14:47:05 its not out 2016-04-14T14:47:12 and I dont need SFP+ 2016-04-14T14:47:47 superdom? 2016-04-14T14:47:57 is that a disk on module thing? 2016-04-14T14:48:15 ReadError, only $900 USD too, bargin, like half that synologything 2016-04-14T14:48:38 lol wait what 2016-04-14T14:48:41 D series CPU? 2016-04-14T14:48:47 or this http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/D/X10SDV-7TP8F.cfm 2016-04-14T14:48:52 http://www.wiredzone.com/supermicro-components-motherboards-embedded-processor-x10sdv-7tp4f-10025890 2016-04-14T14:49:06 Xeon D should be the one with 10 GbE onboard 2016-04-14T14:49:14 noticed ovh is using it a lot 2016-04-14T14:49:28 waiting on the browntruck to bring my case 2016-04-14T14:49:38 Recommended Customer Price TRAY: $571.00 2016-04-14T14:49:40 jesus fuck 2016-04-14T14:50:00 guy at the store was like, “oh, why didnt you get the new 7 series???” 2016-04-14T14:50:16 told him, m8, this blows the shit out of that 6700k 2016-04-14T14:51:37 plus pretty much future proof since mobo can run broadwell-e cpus too 2016-04-14T14:54:41 D1540D4U-2T2O8R 2016-04-14T14:54:44 PeterM didnt you see 2016-04-14T14:54:48 you can DIY synology 2016-04-14T14:54:54 ReadError, D1540D4U-2T2O8R 2016-04-14T14:54:55 only any ole hardware 2016-04-14T14:55:07 fuck paying all that $$$ for an atom and enclosure 2016-04-14T14:59:51 -!- goebish [~goebish@ns369919.ip-91-121-205.eu] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-14T15:02:31 http://8ch.net/n/res/371646.html 2016-04-14T15:03:01 lul they have video 2016-04-14T15:03:45 Guys, is there any reference design I could learn from that uses an STM32 powered by a lipo battery and that charges over USB? 2016-04-14T15:05:04 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:05:31 Ecco: if you want something simple, see page 3 here http://koti.kapsi.fi/jpa/stuff/other/uunimittari_rx.pdf 2016-04-14T15:05:58 Ecco: https://cdn-shop.adafruit.com/datasheets/MCP73831.pdf 2016-04-14T15:06:12 probably one of the simplest / lowest part count you can get 2016-04-14T15:06:16 yeah 2016-04-14T15:07:42 Great! 2016-04-14T15:07:44 Thanks guys 2016-04-14T15:08:44 you may need a low voltage cutoff; it can be done in software, or you can use a battery with a protection chip 2016-04-14T15:10:53 yeah, the battery will most likely integrate a protection module 2016-04-14T15:11:01 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: tecdroid 2016-04-14T15:11:01 now I don’t know exactly what it does though 2016-04-14T15:11:11 Thanks so much for the reference guys by the way 2016-04-14T15:11:16 -!- grummund [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:11:22 crt: what’s this mdk-arm thing? 2016-04-14T15:11:35 -!- grummund [~user@unaffiliated/grummund] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:11:43 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:11:45 jpa-: any simple supervisor IC? 2016-04-14T15:11:52 was thinking max809 or similar to hold the reset 2016-04-14T15:12:12 holding reset doesn’t put stm32 in any particularly low-power state 2016-04-14T15:12:24 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:12:24 if you want to do it in hw, you will want to cut the power to stm32 completely 2016-04-14T15:13:26 -!- nikomo [~quassel@91.121.76.207] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:14:03 jpa-: so you’d sample/compare the voltage and enter Vbat or some other sleep mode? 2016-04-14T15:14:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.22] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:14:24 (if you want to do it in firmware) 2016-04-14T15:14:24 yeah, check voltage with ADC and then go to standby 2016-04-14T15:15:13 requires that the rest of the circuit has low power draw or is controlled by stm32 2016-04-14T15:16:00 sure 2016-04-14T15:16:07 dw01 series protection ic + 2 nch mosfets (get a dual nchannel sot-23-6/sc-70-6) 2016-04-14T15:17:16 -!- nikomo [~quassel@nikomo.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:18:09 what i don’t like about the battery protection chips that they cut out pretty low (2.4 V for DW01), so the battery already gets some damage 2016-04-14T15:18:47 if using LDO to get 3.3V, one can happily cut off when 3.3V voltage starts dropping, thus li-ion being at about 3.4-3.5V and most of it drained already 2016-04-14T15:24:43 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:24:46 overdischarging isn’t that bad for lithium cells, it is mostly the charging and overcharging that damages them 2016-04-14T15:25:19 hm, i remember reading that overdischarging does permanent damage pretty quick 2016-04-14T15:25:35 jpa-: what’s the point of the 1167B33 low dropout regulator in the design you sent me? 2016-04-14T15:25:47 Is it to get 3.3V because the Maxim IC only outputs 4V ? 2016-04-14T15:26:02 Ecco: it is to get 3.3V because the battery gives anything up to 4.2V 2016-04-14T15:27:00 -!- Steffanx [~steffanx@unaffiliated/steffanx] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:28:13 Makes sense. I thought the charging IC would do that too, but it makes for sense that way 2016-04-14T15:28:18 *more 2016-04-14T15:29:28 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-14T15:30:54 -!- alan5 [~quassel@167.88.36.226] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T15:32:11 thanks πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T15:34:55 In that same schematics (thanks again for that), VBus goes to the charging IC, the charging IC goes to the battery, and the battery goes to the regulator. So far, so good. But I notice that VBus also goes straight to the STM32. Why is that? Couldn’t that create some kind of “loop” that could be dangerous? 2016-04-14T15:35:08 (I know the answer is no, I’m just a newbie trying to understand what you did :)) 2016-04-14T15:36:14 ReadError: re /dev/adcXXX that’s what the iio framework is for, but yeah, it’s very very underused and documented. 2016-04-14T15:36:47 Ecco, vbus directly to the stm32 is probably just to detect whether it’s present 2016-04-14T15:36:51 i.e. whether usb is plugged in 2016-04-14T15:36:54 karlp but with some kind of MCU middleman? 2016-04-14T15:37:02 like stm32 connected to rpi via SPI 2016-04-14T15:37:09 then abstracted 2016-04-14T15:37:27 zyp: Oh, indeed πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T15:38:07 yeah, zyp is correct 2016-04-14T15:38:36 someone could put resistor or voltage divider on the VBUS going to STM32 2016-04-14T15:39:04 in this case it wasn’t necessary because the STM32 is always on, but if it is turned off then you need it because pins are +5V tolerant only when Vdd is provided 2016-04-14T15:40:57 Oh 2016-04-14T15:41:23 I see, thanks 2016-04-14T15:51:55 llu murica http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8a7_1460620742 2016-04-14T16:04:09 lorenzo: you should strive to be more ##hashstm420 in your commit comments on zypsnips, the aim is to be as unprofessionally professional as possible. 2016-04-14T16:04:11 “eye opening experience” 2016-04-14T16:04:19 but yeah, thanks for that. 2016-04-14T16:04:48 karlp: I’ll do my best and add a picture of a pump next time. you’re welcome anyway πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-14T16:14:27 -!- fenug_ [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:14:34 -!- c10ud^^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:15:08 -!- mitrax [mitrax@7-36-190-109.dsl.ovh.fr] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:17:07 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:16 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:16 -!- mitrax_ [mitrax@7-36-190-109.dsl.ovh.fr] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:20 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:22 -!- nikomo [~quassel@nikomo.fi] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-14T16:17:56 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:56 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:17:57 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:18:00 -!- brabo [~brabo@globalshellz/owner/brabo] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:18:01 -!- CheBuzz [~CheBuzz@unaffiliated/chebuzz] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:18:03 -!- effractur [~Erik@hlm000.nl.z4p.nl] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:18:04 -!- effractu1 [~Erik@hlm000.nl.z4p.nl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:18:16 -!- brabo [~brabo@globalshellz/owner/brabo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:18:26 -!- nikomo [~quassel@2001:41d0:1:81cf::1] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:18:33 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:18:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:18:51 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-14T16:19:08 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:20:59 -!- CheBuzz [~CheBuzz@unaffiliated/chebuzz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:23:21 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@unaffiliated/bvsh] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:23:37 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@199.192.233.23] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:23:37 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@199.192.233.23] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T16:23:37 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@unaffiliated/bvsh] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:24:41 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:28:18 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:28:55 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:31:56 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:33:12 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:33:55 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-14T16:34:01 is the f7 easy to fuck with yet? like oocd, etc. 2016-04-14T16:34:17 why not use real tools 2016-04-14T16:34:18 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:36:01 no stm at work, and dont feel like paying or torrenting pro tools if foss shit works 2016-04-14T16:36:22 what feature of F7 do you need 2016-04-14T16:37:13 extra 3 inches 2016-04-14T16:37:49 none. i just to step up from f0 and not sure if i want to go f4 again, or go full retard with f7 2016-04-14T16:38:33 most F0 peripherals are ctualy better than F4 2016-04-14T16:38:42 So jpa- provided me with a schematics using a LiPo, charging IC, and LDO regulator 2016-04-14T16:38:42 newer 2016-04-14T16:38:52 duno why they havent updated all new stuff into F41x 2x etc 2016-04-14T16:39:01 THing is, the LDO is a 3.3V regulator, and I’m reading a datasheet of a LiPo cell and it gives a cut-off at 3.0V 2016-04-14T16:39:08 Wouldn’t that be an issue? 2016-04-14T16:39:21 lol, rousd for this qyusd dev board http://www.amazon.com/STMICROELECTRONICS-STM32F4DISCOVERY-STM32-DISCOVERY-STM32F407/dp/B00HPLT1I4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1460641029&sr=8-1&keywords=stm32f4 2016-04-14T16:39:49 oops, 40usd for this 16usd… 2016-04-14T16:43:23 upgrdman: L4 might be more interesting for you 2016-04-14T16:43:30 still new peripherals, but FPU 2016-04-14T16:43:43 F0->F4 unless you actually need mhz is a downgrade 2016-04-14T16:43:46 k 2016-04-14T16:46:16 -!- Shavik__ [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:47:09 does l4 have a fuckton of timers like the f4 does? 2016-04-14T16:47:26 they all do 2016-04-14T16:47:52 -!- ReadMobl [sid34420@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-pgzcjdnqmekpddsm] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:47:54 oh neat 2016-04-14T16:48:00 L4x6 has USB OTG/device 2016-04-14T16:48:28 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:48:32 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:48:32 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:49:11 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:49:12 -!- Shavik_ [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:50:01 -!- mervaka [~mervaka@mervaka.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:50:20 By the way, where does the 3.3v tension come from? Why are so many devices using it? 2016-04-14T16:50:52 -!- ReadMobl [sid34420@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-lwhcwcwuiatpsaoy] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:51:41 Ecco: if you have a lipo, and you care about using most of it, you need a buckboost converter 2016-04-14T16:52:21 dongs: thanks 2016-04-14T16:53:14 correct me if I’m wrong: my understanding of a buck-boost converter is that it’s the kind of converter that can either output higher or lower tension as to what it’s provided 2016-04-14T16:53:27 so it could reliably output say 3.3v from either 3.7 or 3.0v 2016-04-14T16:53:37 yeah. 2016-04-14T16:53:48 TPS63001 is a good general purpose one if you dont need a lot of currrent. 2016-04-14T16:53:54 only needs a coil and 2 caps. 2016-04-14T16:54:16 That seem very nice. I guess there’s a catch: either those are very expensive or have a bad yield? 2016-04-14T16:54:24 they work just fine 2016-04-14T16:54:25 thanks very much for the reference 2016-04-14T16:54:38 price is not bad 2016-04-14T16:55:40 Well, mouser lists them at $1+ for 1k+ units 2016-04-14T16:56:24 as compared to $0.078 3.3V LDOs 2016-04-14T16:56:34 well granted those are not the same things 2016-04-14T16:56:37 and it all makes sense 2016-04-14T16:56:38 jew spotted 2016-04-14T16:56:41 πŸ˜€ 2016-04-14T16:56:51 well 2016-04-14T16:56:52 Either I want to fully empty the battery and use 3.3 v alim 2016-04-14T16:56:53 you either want your shit to work 2016-04-14T16:58:23 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T16:58:28 just fuckijg around 2016-04-14T16:58:28 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.58] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T16:58:31 πŸ˜€ 2016-04-14T16:59:39 Ecco: is that for the calculator thing? 2016-04-14T17:00:08 lol 2016-04-14T17:00:14 jewpad pro LCD+digitizer appeared in china 2016-04-14T17:00:15 $300 2016-04-14T17:00:17 yeah 2016-04-14T17:00:18 what a waste 2016-04-14T17:00:41 Ecco: what’s the minimum voltage for the LCD you’re using? 2016-04-14T17:00:58 The doc says 2.8V 2016-04-14T17:01:11 Ecco: unless you have something that specifically requires 3.3V you could run the cpu at much lower voltage i guess 2016-04-14T17:01:13 -!- jonsowman [~jon@kryten.hexoc.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T17:01:30 Yeah, that’s what I was wondering 2016-04-14T17:01:53 In general, let’s say all my components work in a given tension range 2016-04-14T17:01:59 for example, 2.5 to 3.5 V 2016-04-14T17:02:12 Ecco: most F4 work at 2.1V without voltage supervisors, and down to 1.8V in certain conditions 2016-04-14T17:02:15 which value should I choose? The lower the better? 2016-04-14T17:02:16 voltage 2016-04-14T17:02:17 ecco, the price difference between a 2000mah cell and a 3000mah cell is mroe than $1 so, with the buck boost being mroe efficient and usign hte full range of the battery the over all cost per battery life is similar 2016-04-14T17:02:22 wtf is tension 2016-04-14T17:02:32 tension=potential=votlage 2016-04-14T17:02:41 PeterM: Makes perfect sense. Unless if I don’t need 3.3v πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:02:48 is that a euro thing? 2016-04-14T17:03:07 I don’t know, maybe 2016-04-14T17:03:29 ecco, in that case, use a buck and run at 2.1v, and dont burn off the pother 2.1v-0.9v with the ldo 2016-04-14T17:04:10 upgrdman, have yo unever heard the anode lead on a CRT referred to as a HT, or HT powerlines? 2016-04-14T17:04:12 PeterM: I’m sorry I ddidn’t get it 2016-04-14T17:04:37 Ecco: he means use a buck converter (switching) and not LDO or otherwise you’ll dissipate much more in the LDO 2016-04-14T17:04:47 ecco ldo reduces the output votlage by turnign it into heat, buck converter doesn’;t turn it into heat 2016-04-14T17:04:48 Ecco: at 2.1V 2016-04-14T17:04:58 peterm, yes i have, it just feels like an old term. like saying megacycles instead of megahertz 2016-04-14T17:05:09 Ohh, I see 2016-04-14T17:05:13 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T17:05:38 even at 2.8v for lcd, at full batt ldo will still burn off like 1.4v 2016-04-14T17:07:15 There’s something I quite don’t understand though 2016-04-14T17:07:19 voltage != power 2016-04-14T17:07:26 so what power is really dissipated by the LDO? 2016-04-14T17:07:30 dude 2016-04-14T17:07:34 general rule of thumb 2016-04-14T17:07:38 anythign that has “battery” in it 2016-04-14T17:07:38 lol 2016-04-14T17:07:40 and “LDO” 2016-04-14T17:07:42 doens’t mix 2016-04-14T17:07:45 example: see zano 2016-04-14T17:07:46 ok πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:07:51 Dully noted 2016-04-14T17:08:26 But for my own understanding 2016-04-14T17:08:53 is the idea that the input current is the same as the output current? 2016-04-14T17:09:05 Therefore yeah, some power should be dissipated 2016-04-14T17:09:17 ecco, with an ldo, youre burning the difference in voltage. so if youre using 100ma, and vin is 5v and vout is 3v, you burning 2v at 100ma which is .2w 2016-04-14T17:09:30 Ecco: (Vin – Vout) * current 2016-04-14T17:09:43 ok, excellent 2016-04-14T17:09:54 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T17:10:04 so yeah ok it makes sense either when Vin is very similar to Vout or when you don’t give a shit about power efficiency πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:11:15 Ecco: a buck converter will still be lot more expensive than an LDO, but i guess you can find some in the $0.2 or $0.3 price range in large quantities 2016-04-14T17:11:45 Ecco: assuming you don’t need more than 0.5A 2016-04-14T17:12:02 mitrax: thank you very much for that 2016-04-14T17:12:11 yeah, 0.5A should be way over what we need 2016-04-14T17:12:39 And anyway, I understood that the LDO would do a terrible job. 2016-04-14T17:13:12 Given the price of LiPo cells, it just doesn’t make sense to be super cheap on the regulator 2016-04-14T17:14:30 probably, it quickly adds up though 2016-04-14T17:15:56 but yeah it’s stupid to buy crappy quality stuff just to save a few cents… it almost always come back to bite you in the ass some day 2016-04-14T17:24:52 Ecco: http://www.richtek.com/battery-management/img/battery-discharge.png with LDO to 3.3V, you can discharge down to about 3.5V; so if you are discharging at e.g. 0.2C (5 hour battery life), then you have used pretty much all of the capacity by the point when you reach 3.5V 2016-04-14T17:25:18 whereas if you are discharging at 2.0C (30 minutes battery life), you pretty much need to use buck-boost or otherwise run your electronics at e.g. 2.8V 2016-04-14T17:26:08 dunno what dongs is going up about, a zano using lipos at 10C is pretty different than many small li-ion powered devices which have many hours battery life 2016-04-14T17:26:49 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T17:26:56 i’ve found that for many of my own devices, LDO is the best option and buck-boost just adds complexity and cost 2016-04-14T17:27:09 jpa-, probably efficiency 2016-04-14T17:27:18 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-14T17:27:34 zyp: but that is not very much either; dropping 0.4V on LDO with li-ion is non-issue 2016-04-14T17:27:42 yeah 2016-04-14T17:27:51 89% efficiency for most of the discharge 2016-04-14T17:28:10 smps aren’t 100% either 2016-04-14T17:28:16 if you have buck-boost bringing that up to 95%, for that cost you would have just put a bigger battery πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:28:37 I’m going to use the battery at a very low current 2016-04-14T17:28:39 considering it’s for a calculator i guess it will be more like 0.01C so yeah … won’t drop until the battery is depleted 2016-04-14T17:28:46 ideally maybe around 50 mA 2016-04-14T17:28:59 and 2000mAH battery? 2016-04-14T17:29:10 No, probably something smaller 2016-04-14T17:29:13 1200 probably 2016-04-14T17:29:39 still less than .1C 2016-04-14T17:29:41 so 0.05-0.1C.. yeah, i’d say you’ll be fine with LDO 2016-04-14T17:29:45 Really? 2016-04-14T17:30:03 I quite don’t get how the intensity matters here 2016-04-14T17:30:04 especially if you can tolerate the output dropping to 3.0V or so 2016-04-14T17:30:14 Ecco: look at the curve jpa posted a link to 2016-04-14T17:30:17 I just did 2016-04-14T17:30:18 I see we’ve got zano-level discussion here 2016-04-14T17:30:22 higher current => more voltage drop across the internal resistance of the battery 2016-04-14T17:30:28 this I understood 2016-04-14T17:30:35 and it can completely rule-out an LDO 2016-04-14T17:30:39 this I understood 2016-04-14T17:30:44 but in the case where the LDO makes sense 2016-04-14T17:30:50 it’s still greatly inefficient, isn’t it? 2016-04-14T17:30:59 no 2016-04-14T17:31:04 a buck converter isn’t that much more efficient either 2016-04-14T17:31:08 If the input tension is in the 3.8v, and I convert to 2.8v 2016-04-14T17:31:12 LDO inefficiency depends on the voltage difference 2016-04-14T17:31:22 to 2.8V it might start to make sense – to 3.3V probably not 2016-04-14T17:31:26 I’ll waste like 30% of the power 2016-04-14T17:31:32 oh, I see 2016-04-14T17:31:44 also, remember that a SMPS usually have peak efficiency at full load 2016-04-14T17:32:00 oh, ok 2016-04-14T17:32:01 I believe LDOs usually have a lower quiescent current 2016-04-14T17:32:09 74% efficiency is not terrible.. if you are not careful about SMPS design, you’ll typically end up with some 80-85% efficiency with those 2016-04-14T17:32:14 so at very light loads, LDOs would be more efficient 2016-04-14T17:32:17 so at lower loads (like my use case), the efficiency of a buck converter won’t be very good 2016-04-14T17:32:21 like, sleeping with only RTC on 2016-04-14T17:32:29 I understand 2016-04-14T17:32:42 then again you can get a low-cost buck to use now, to confuse things even further, consider choosing LiFePO4 instead of li-ion 2016-04-14T17:32:46 zyp, zanoguy missed the “at light loads” part 2016-04-14T17:32:51 haha 2016-04-14T17:33:28 well that too 2016-04-14T17:33:33 oh, calculator, fuck, could probably just run that shit through a resisitive dropoper 2016-04-14T17:33:35 then you could run STM32 directly off the LiFePO4 battery at varying voltage approx. 2.8V-3.6V, without regulator; and get the bonus of lifepo4’s longer life (2000 charge cycles) and more safety πŸ˜› 2016-04-14T17:33:37 we’ll definitely want very long sleep periods 2016-04-14T17:33:51 in cellphones and the likes, RTC and other active during sleep circuitry is usually supplied by an LDO, while the rest is supplied by switching regs 2016-04-14T17:34:03 that might favor an LDO – or powering down the regulator altogether while sleeping 2016-04-14T17:34:22 Ecco: btw, do not pick the regulator i have in that schematic, it has way too high quiescent current (something like 50Β΅A) 2016-04-14T17:34:32 ok, noted 2016-04-14T17:34:53 Well, during sleep I’ll just need to be able to keep the SRAM content 2016-04-14T17:35:12 I probably won’t have a 32Khz crystal 2016-04-14T17:35:29 so no RTC 2016-04-14T17:35:31 what kind of MCU? does it support some kind of battery backup supply? 2016-04-14T17:35:42 So far we’re eyeing STM32F401 2016-04-14T17:35:55 for a calculator? 2016-04-14T17:36:04 would it be sufficient to just keep the 4KB of backup sram that this has alive? 2016-04-14T17:36:18 yeah the datasheet does mention a Vbat 2016-04-14T17:36:32 is this like eccos professional ti-83 replacement or somthing? 2016-04-14T17:36:32 dongs: yeah 2016-04-14T17:36:38 or do you want to keep the full memory contents? 2016-04-14T17:36:42 why not a freaking L0 2016-04-14T17:36:48 TheSeven: Ideally the whole SRAM 2016-04-14T17:37:01 Ecco: zyps right about peak efficiency at peak load, but there’s quite a few switchers that switch to a different mode at low load to maintain high efficiency. you normally get slightly higher ripple, but you often get to keep the efficiency, 2016-04-14T17:37:02 PeterM: It’s a toy project of mine πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:37:24 karlp: ok πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:37:38 jpa-: that s-1187 whatsit, it’s datasheet sayts only 9uA? 2016-04-14T17:37:38 dongs: why would the L0 be better? 2016-04-14T17:37:51 ok, so I think you can get that chip down to like 5Β΅A while keeping the memory contants 2016-04-14T17:38:08 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-14T17:38:09 TheSeven: Yeah, current draw is very low, that I did check 2016-04-14T17:38:25 but you need to provide Vcc, that can be run off Vbak 2016-04-14T17:39:02 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T17:39:25 so I’d probably go for LDO-only, but if you’re fancy, you could probably go for a 2.4V LDO + 2.8V buck or something, disabling the latter while sleeping 2016-04-14T17:39:32 I see 2016-04-14T17:40:16 In fact the idea is to figure out up to what voltage I want to be able to discharge the battery, and pick an LDO based on that voltage 2016-04-14T17:40:33 and figure out what the efficiency will be based on the average voltage difference 2016-04-14T17:40:46 I guess the 2.8V limit of the LCD is what will define your operating voltage in the end 2016-04-14T17:40:59 Well are you sure? 2016-04-14T17:41:04 Given the discharge curve 2016-04-14T17:41:06 karlp: hmm, you are right; i guess i remembered wrong – though 9Β΅A is still somewhat large 2016-04-14T17:41:16 a LiPo battery is pretty much dead at 3.0 v 2016-04-14T17:41:26 that allows you to discharge the battery to about 3.0V, which seems like a reasonable cutoff 2016-04-14T17:41:28 so I should aim for 3.0v, shouldn’t I? 2016-04-14T17:41:34 oh 2016-04-14T17:41:40 I run 3.3v stuff off lipo with ldo 2016-04-14T17:41:55 well the LDO that jpa linked to had a 0.1v drop off if I read the spec correctly 2016-04-14T17:42:40 does anybody know if routing timers to alternate pins produces internal delays of some sort? 2016-04-14T17:42:53 I have somebody claiming that, but cannot find anything in the manuals 2016-04-14T17:43:01 sync, lol.. 2016-04-14T17:43:11 ok, thank you so much for all the explanations guys 2016-04-14T17:43:18 It’s much, *much* clearer now 2016-04-14T17:43:20 thank you 2016-04-14T17:44:35 I’ll try to prepare some calculations and run it by you guys 2016-04-14T17:44:43 just to make sure I understood it all right πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T17:45:04 I’d probably go for a XC6206P282MR or something as the LDO, very low quiescent and very cheap 2016-04-14T17:45:21 dongs: well, I think he is blowing out of his ass, but I can’t find anything. probably because he is 2016-04-14T17:45:29 Thanks TheSeven 2016-04-14T17:46:44 or, if you want to go for a name brand one, MCP1700T-2802E 2016-04-14T17:47:13 hes only making like, 1 2016-04-14T17:47:13 that one is more expensive but might be easier to get hold of outside of china πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-14T17:47:15 why cheap out 2016-04-14T17:47:44 well if I order that kind of stuff, I rarely order less than 100, so I’ll have stock for the next dozen of projects πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-14T17:48:06 especially when 100 of them cost about twice as much as one, if you take shipping into account 2016-04-14T17:50:36 sync, i mean if tehre’s delay its gonna be in ps range 2016-04-14T17:51:27 -!- fenug_ is now known as fenugrec 2016-04-14T17:52:24 well he claims that he has talked to a ST FAE 2016-04-14T17:52:36 any good way to test? 2016-04-14T17:52:46 what happens when you put same signal on different AF at once? 2016-04-14T17:52:51 does it go out on both? 2016-04-14T17:53:04 that’s something I could try 2016-04-14T17:53:14 yep 2016-04-14T17:53:27 which chip are you even talking about? 2016-04-14T17:53:31 any 2016-04-14T17:53:35 on F0/F2/F4 you should be able to do that 2016-04-14T17:53:38 STM32F103C8T6 specifically 2016-04-14T17:53:41 oh 2016-04-14T17:53:43 not sure if the crappy weird F1 pinmux can handle that 2016-04-14T17:53:45 you cant do that on C8 πŸ™ 2016-04-14T17:54:11 they also claim that STM32F103Txx is more pro shit for motor control as the delay is even smaller (???) 2016-04-14T17:54:20 T?? 2016-04-14T17:54:35 like what 2016-04-14T17:54:38 T8 and the like 2016-04-14T17:55:25 http://www.cnczone.com/forums/open-source-controller-boards/283428-cnc-post1831380.html#post1831380 2016-04-14T17:56:13 well, I can generate the same pwm and shove it out of different remapped pins 2016-04-14T17:56:16 from the same timer 2016-04-14T17:56:33 not sure if you can 2016-04-14T17:56:51 my LSE wont turn on :-/ 2016-04-14T17:57:10 RCC_GetFlagStatus(RCC_FLAG_LSERDY) == RESET 2016-04-14T17:57:33 any ideas what could be broken? xtal looks ok 2016-04-14T17:58:07 BDEN? 2016-04-14T17:58:27 whats BDEN? 2016-04-14T17:59:15 er, I mean DBP in PWR_CR 2016-04-14T18:05:56 maybe I oxidised the bottom of the xtal :-S 2016-04-14T18:09:36 yeah dongs the peripheral only lets me remap the complimentary pins 2016-04-14T18:09:40 right 2016-04-14T18:09:48 that is mad flaming homogay 2016-04-14T18:09:53 F1 is retarded liek taht 2016-04-14T18:10:12 wat to usez instead? 2016-04-14T18:10:18 F0 2016-04-14T18:11:28 doesn’t fly, only one adc 2016-04-14T18:12:05 what do you need two for? 2016-04-14T18:12:20 there’s some motor control F3/F4 stuff I guess 2016-04-14T18:12:27 motorcontrol shits 2016-04-14T18:12:33 need to sample current at the same time 2016-04-14T18:12:41 otherwise stuff explodes 2016-04-14T18:13:21 dual core f0 2016-04-14T18:13:29 yeah f3 would do, but meh 2016-04-14T18:14:29 theres some with comparators 2016-04-14T18:14:37 if that helpz 2016-04-14T18:15:25 comparators are currently not interesting, I’ll go there latere for hardware anti explosion magic 2016-04-14T18:16:28 could go mad stm32f2 kek 2016-04-14T18:16:50 heh 2016-04-14T18:16:56 F2 = still trash peripherals, no? 2016-04-14T18:16:59 er trash AF 2016-04-14T18:17:04 or is that F4-style AF 2016-04-14T18:17:11 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-14T18:17:30 that’s F4-style AF 2016-04-14T18:17:50 basically F4 with M3 core instead of M4 and a little less memory… no FPU, no CCM 2016-04-14T18:18:12 almost binary compatible 2016-04-14T18:18:18 i.e. F2 binaries will run unmodified on F4 2016-04-14T18:18:32 hm, f3 is probably the best thing 2016-04-14T18:18:35 the cheapest f2 is pretty cpaable 2016-04-14T18:18:48 speaking of explosions, recently had an APC SmartUPS fail on me in a rather spectacular way πŸ˜‰ fried all but one or two power semiconductors, and blew apart the packages of about half of those. shorted out both battery and mains… 2016-04-14T18:20:35 the cheapest f2 is like 3x more spendy than the cheapest f3 2016-04-14T18:20:58 rly? 2016-04-14T18:21:01 ye 2016-04-14T18:21:01 hm? 2016-04-14T18:21:05 cause, as far as I can tell, was excess SMD resistors sticking somewhere to a PCB, one of which became loose and flew into some place where it shorted something out 2016-04-14T18:21:09 at least on farnell 2016-04-14T18:22:43 iirc my last lot of f205 were around $2.80 from chinaguy 2016-04-14T18:23:03 so a little over 2x f103 2016-04-14T18:23:45 I love how these cheap f205s have ethernet πŸ™‚ 2016-04-14T18:23:55 cheapest f2 on farnell is like 4.5€ 2016-04-14T18:24:03 who teh fuck shops at farnell 2016-04-14T18:24:05 for production 2016-04-14T18:24:16 -!- c10ud^^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-14T18:24:21 nobody, but that’s not production 2016-04-14T18:24:29 you shouldnt give a shit for samples 2016-04-14T18:24:38 but production is what price matters for πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-14T18:24:54 well, it also matters for prototypes to some degree 2016-04-14T18:25:19 but probably not if it makes $2 or a difference 2016-04-14T18:25:22 of* 2016-04-14T18:26:24 -!- scummos [scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-xtrxsiunkwakdhxa] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T18:26:24 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:26:27 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:26:30 btw, is f072c8 finally below $1 in china? 2016-04-14T18:26:39 no, its atually not buyable 2016-04-14T18:26:52 none of F0x2 stuff is 2016-04-14T18:26:54 GD doesn’t make F0 clones yet IIRC 2016-04-14T18:27:13 that’s my go-to chip for most little projects these days, given that the less capable chips don’t cost that much less 2016-04-14T18:27:25 atually i might be lying 2016-04-14T18:27:35 i was going to use it in something and made a price list for request 2016-04-14T18:27:42 but dont remember waht came out of it 2016-04-14T18:28:36 too bad that you can’t sort by “price per piece” anymore on aliexpress 2016-04-14T18:29:40 TheSeven: the 1.5 -> 4.5 (or rather 7.5) makes a difference 2016-04-14T18:30:04 kinda depends on the total cost of the project 2016-04-14T18:30:25 but given that F1 is just crap, I just wouldn’t want to have to program that 2016-04-14T18:30:43 looks like f072c8 is still around $1.3 a pop at 20pcs, shipped 2016-04-14T18:31:01 I don’t have a lot of problems with the f1 2016-04-14T18:31:49 what keeps annoying me is the awful pinmux, the weird USB peripheral (and its need for a VBUS pin), lack of memory (especially if you use ethernet), … 2016-04-14T18:32:15 yeah the pinmux is pretty shitty 2016-04-14T18:32:29 er? 2016-04-14T18:32:31 it is also rather buggy 2016-04-14T18:32:32 whcih F1 needs vbus 2016-04-14T18:32:39 I guess I’ll drop in a 302R6T6 2016-04-14T18:32:41 ive used USB on F103 and it works 2016-04-14T18:32:48 where does vbus go to? 2016-04-14T18:32:53 some pin needs to be high or it just won’t work 2016-04-14T18:33:01 or maybe that was only for the DFU bootloader… 2016-04-14T18:33:07 it was a major PITA though 2016-04-14T18:33:20 because that pin collided with ethernet or something else that I needed 2016-04-14T18:35:08 https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/HLCI6Cdn/IMG_1416.JPG 2016-04-14T18:35:13 yis yis yis 2016-04-14T18:36:58 eeet gig dimmms? whey? 2016-04-14T18:40:25 gotta max out my lanes 2016-04-14T18:40:38 or something 2016-04-14T18:40:47 not sure how it works exactly but makes sense in my head 2016-04-14T18:41:56 nah 2016-04-14T18:42:07 channels?? 2016-04-14T18:42:11 i duno 2016-04-14T18:42:16 i had 8 slots so i got 8 dimm 2016-04-14T18:42:29 you only got quad channel memory controlelr 2016-04-14T18:42:46 so only need 4 sticks for max megabitz 2016-04-14T18:42:59 cheaper ;p 2016-04-14T18:43:25 cept when you need another 64gb odf ram and need to buy 128 because you cant fit it 2016-04-14T18:43:48 well cpu is maxed 2016-04-14T18:43:58 not sure if the broadwell-e is gonna be 128 or not 2016-04-14T18:44:13 maybe the fancy $$$$$ xeons 2016-04-14T18:44:32 dont need that much horsepower to clone tho 2016-04-14T18:44:52 did that for you dongs 2016-04-14T18:46:00 -!- Thorn__ [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:49:03 -!- Thorn [~Thorn@unaffiliated/thorn] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T18:49:25 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:52:45 wtf 2016-04-14T18:52:51 maybe I have fried RTC 2016-04-14T18:52:59 my rtc pins seems to be floating 2016-04-14T18:53:07 and LSE is never ready 2016-04-14T18:53:18 -!- theAdib [~theadib@dslb-084-059-006-050.084.059.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:53:19 is it ok to leave VBat floating on F1 ? 2016-04-14T18:53:36 yes 2016-04-14T18:53:40 as long as it has power 2016-04-14T18:54:53 I tthink they recommand puttinga cap on vbat if unused ? not sure 2016-04-14T18:55:01 no they dont 2016-04-14T18:55:20 ok 2016-04-14T18:55:24 well this is weird 2016-04-14T18:55:39 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T18:55:43 there do seem to be occasional spikes 2016-04-14T18:55:55 maybe LSE shuts down or something 2016-04-14T18:56:01 hehe RM0008 ” If no external battery is used in the application, it is recommended to connect VBAT 2016-04-14T18:56:02 externally to VDD with a 100 nF external ceramic decoupling capacitor (for more details refer 2016-04-14T18:56:02 to AN2586). ” 2016-04-14T18:56:32 sucks, ive been just leaving it disconnected lately 2016-04-14T18:56:39 hmm 2016-04-14T18:56:40 *after* reading some RM and seeing block diagram 2016-04-14T18:56:44 thought I had read that somehwere P-) 2016-04-14T18:56:46 how its on a switch 2016-04-14T18:56:48 maybe its related to the version 2016-04-14T18:57:00 I’ve just switched to F103 made from another fab 2016-04-14T18:57:14 this board always worked before 2016-04-14T18:57:45 ah yeah in AN2586 LSE runs off backup domain 2016-04-14T18:57:53 it might be related to VBat 2016-04-14T18:59:41 oh shit 2016-04-14T18:59:53 I exceeded load capacitance by miles 2016-04-14T18:59:56 woops 2016-04-14T19:00:07 miles of capacitance 2016-04-14T19:00:19 lul newer stm32 get more and more fragile 2016-04-14T19:00:33 the ESD protaction has got worse too 2016-04-14T19:01:05 Laurenceb, happens with process shrinkage 2016-04-14T19:01:38 yeah I have F103 from a different fab here 2016-04-14T19:10:26 I have some 12.5pf xtals 2016-04-14T19:10:53 Never use a resonator with a load capacitance of 12.5pF 2016-04-14T19:10:56 rekt 2016-04-14T19:14:14 ^ 2016-04-14T19:17:55 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.135.152] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:18:42 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-14T19:20:07 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-14T19:24:27 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:27:36 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-14T19:28:26 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:36:25 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-14T19:40:35 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:40:57 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-14T19:41:03 -!- effractu1 is now known as effractur 2016-04-14T19:41:11 hmm, is gcc 5.3 that bad karlp? Bad experience with it? 2016-04-14T19:48:05 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:48:11 whats up doods 2016-04-14T19:48:26 tom66ing it up 2016-04-14T19:49:01 wtf does that mean 2016-04-14T19:50:11 and can you buy me a vive? 2016-04-14T19:51:00 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:52:16 my rtc is still broken :-/ 2016-04-14T19:52:19 wtf is going on 2016-04-14T19:52:43 must be your pro haxx0r codes 2016-04-14T19:52:50 nope 2016-04-14T19:52:58 same code runs with earlier F103 2016-04-14T19:53:10 also its St library code 2016-04-14T19:53:25 maybe I fried the F1 with earlier caps 2016-04-14T19:53:28 seems unlikely 2016-04-14T19:54:15 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.139.123] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T19:54:48 I think I should end my long ass hiatus and start working on my drone again 2016-04-14T19:56:02 my VBat is at 150mv 2016-04-14T19:56:17 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmI-hGthrwA 2016-04-14T19:56:54 Rob235, tom66 is a pro smd soldererer. 2016-04-14T19:58:10 your Vbat is broken then 2016-04-14T19:58:25 wait what 2016-04-14T19:58:30 ahh 2016-04-14T19:58:38 unless I actually screwed up me code 2016-04-14T19:58:38 wtf is that video 2016-04-14T19:58:47 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-ZAlKsWj_U 2016-04-14T19:58:55 I’m done clicking your links hah 2016-04-14T19:59:22 also old. 2016-04-14T20:00:18 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@66.51.141.58] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:04:30 what browser do you guys use? I’ve been using firefox forever but it’s been causing me problems lately and I open up chrome and it works fine. 2016-04-14T20:07:49 ah – schematic in device manual says its a SPDT 2016-04-14T20:08:02 type switch, so there should be nothing on VBat 2016-04-14T20:12:35 hmf time to replace stm32 2016-04-14T20:12:40 this will be “fun” 2016-04-14T20:15:42 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-14T20:15:47 literally tom66 2016-04-14T20:16:01 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:21:05 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:21:07 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:21:07 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:21:08 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:22:23 ohsix, ssh for what? 2016-04-14T20:22:36 I was trying to find a good terminal 2016-04-14T20:22:43 like windows one 2016-04-14T20:22:51 never liked putty 2016-04-14T20:24:16 diggin that moba or w/e app 2016-04-14T20:25:35 I’ve surpassed tom66 2016-04-14T20:25:56 a perman00b has broken one of my irons 2016-04-14T20:25:58 so much fail 2016-04-14T20:26:28 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: My Mac has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…] 2016-04-14T20:29:09 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:29:48 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:35:24 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:35:37 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:35:43 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:36:20 -!- tecdroid_ [~icke@cable-86-56-22-37.cust.telecolumbus.net] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-14T20:43:32 -!- Tekkkz [~thinkpad@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-14T20:46:46 Steffanx: just a few things that used to be ok, are now not compiling, a few people have reproted weird binutils/gcc mismatches with some of the modern toolchains. 2016-04-14T20:46:56 g-a-e 5.3 doesn’t compile the locm3 examples for instances. 2016-04-14T20:47:13 we used something that was too much gnuuuuu and it’s not included anymore or some shit 2016-04-14T20:50:50 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:50:51 -!- Katz [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:50:55 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:50:56 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T20:51:21 -!- scummos [~scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-eagkbssxmtjguswh] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:52:15 -!- scummos [~scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-eagkbssxmtjguswh] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-14T20:52:15 -!- scummos [~scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:54:19 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:56:34 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-98-247-194-140.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T20:59:54 i think you are confused 2016-04-14T21:00:00 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.135.152] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T21:00:14 im talking about the actual application that runs 2016-04-14T21:00:17 like cmd.exe 2016-04-14T21:00:59 what do you mean by that 2016-04-14T21:01:41 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-14T21:01:49 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:06:35 no its just a pile of shit 2016-04-14T21:06:42 Terminal.app on OSX is 1000x better 2016-04-14T21:07:17 im talking usability 2016-04-14T21:07:24 tabs, copy/pasting 2016-04-14T21:07:36 being able to resize the window 2016-04-14T21:07:42 color support 2016-04-14T21:07:58 i have colors in my ssh sessions 2016-04-14T21:08:50 ok im not going to get in to the semantics 2016-04-14T21:09:05 or what happens behind the door 2016-04-14T21:09:12 i want fucking tabs 2016-04-14T21:09:16 i want to be able to resize shit 2016-04-14T21:09:24 i want a usable copy/paste method 2016-04-14T21:09:30 nah i found it 2016-04-14T21:09:40 or the next best thing 2016-04-14T21:10:27 Terminal.app doesnt have a problem with it 2016-04-14T21:11:03 -!- Katz [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T21:12:04 mobaXterm does exactly what I was looking for 2016-04-14T21:12:37 and quite a bit of other useful things 2016-04-14T21:12:40 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T21:15:39 oh wut 2016-04-14T21:15:49 I just replaced by F103, same RTC issue 2016-04-14T21:15:52 so confuse 2016-04-14T21:16:17 did you look into the errata shits? 2016-04-14T21:16:53 -!- ac|work [~ardu@84.201.234.139] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:17:20 I’ll check 2016-04-14T21:18:44 there is a note about adding a parallel resistor… 2016-04-14T21:21:57 it’s got to be related to the different fab 2016-04-14T21:22:11 I have a couple of thousand board made with the same xtal 2016-04-14T21:24:42 do you even AN2867 bro 2016-04-14T21:25:48 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:25:55 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.212] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:26:23 yup 2016-04-14T21:26:33 max R I have is 9M 2016-04-14T21:26:37 ok I’ll try it 2016-04-14T21:30:08 -!- theAdib [~theadib@dslb-084-059-006-050.084.059.pools.vodafone-ip.de] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-14T21:32:10 nope 2016-04-14T21:32:12 WTF 2016-04-14T21:32:54 .2×1.5mm MicroCrystal CM7V-T1A 2016-04-14T21:32:58 my xtal is right there 2016-04-14T21:33:57 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:34:00 soon it will be time to email ST and rage 2016-04-14T21:35:15 this is very odd 2016-04-14T21:36:26 clonery. 2016-04-14T21:36:47 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.146.212] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-14T21:40:38 dongs TheSeven just did testing with the remap shit 2016-04-14T21:40:45 I prob have another reel of the old F1 somewhere 2016-04-14T21:40:50 going to try that 2016-04-14T21:41:08 delay from TIM1 CH3 to CH3N with partial remap increases by 3ns 2016-04-14T21:43:08 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:43:22 precise figures πŸ˜› 2016-04-14T21:43:36 I found some weirdness with the timer gating modes 2016-04-14T21:44:51 sometimes it didn’t quite match my matlab models, seemed like the prorogation delay added by the slave control thing on F1 isnt always long enough 2016-04-14T21:45:05 it was all well behaved on F4 2016-04-14T21:45:41 well Laurenceb from edge to edge 2016-04-14T21:45:49 ah yeah lol 2016-04-14T21:46:06 which is somewhat more realistic than the 163ns shits the guy claims 2016-04-14T21:49:40 see cnczone link from 4h ago 2016-04-14T21:49:43 -!- realityslave1 [uid100379@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-mgsvawjyegeozgry] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T21:52:28 meanwhile on my colleagues pc 2016-04-14T21:52:44 http://imgur.com/iNzYFeu 2016-04-14T21:53:16 plot twist: its a trap 2016-04-14T21:53:47 and I was hoping he was working on labview… 2016-04-14T21:57:22 fucking hueg capacitor 2016-04-14T21:58:45 HEH 2016-04-14T21:58:46 http://imgur.com/gallery/C98FBi7 2016-04-14T22:00:39 http://imgur.com/gallery/mlC0AmV 2016-04-14T22:10:12 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-14T22:17:11 I became lathe master today 2016-04-14T22:17:39 in just 2hours 2016-04-14T22:38:21 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T22:44:03 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-14T22:45:16 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T22:46:31 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-14T22:50:20 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-98-247-194-140.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-14T22:56:49 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-14T23:02:04 more weird issues 2016-04-14T23:02:38 https://github.com/Laurenceb/Equine/blob/master/gpio.c 2016-04-14T23:02:53 line 59, the pin is at 0.58v 2016-04-14T23:02:59 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T23:03:04 I mean line 61 2016-04-14T23:05:20 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-14T23:05:39 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T23:16:05 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-14T23:17:15 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.139.123] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-14T23:18:12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5xBxEZd68s musics 2016-04-14T23:24:29 oh 2016-04-14T23:24:30 JNTRST 2016-04-14T23:24:32 I fail 2016-04-14T23:37:04 yes, pro codes 2016-04-14T23:58:40 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] — Day changed Fri Apr 15 2016 2016-04-15T00:02:44 -!- realityslave1 [uid100379@gateway/web/irccloud.com/x-mgsvawjyegeozgry] has quit [Quit: Connection closed for inactivity] 2016-04-15T00:03:44 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@c-98-247-194-140.hsd1.wa.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T00:06:49 http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/man-accidentally-deletes-his-entire-company-with-one-line-of-bad-code-a6984256.html 2016-04-15T00:11:01 I had a laught 2016-04-15T00:11:26 stupid guy doesn’t have real bakcuppin 2016-04-15T00:11:42 if rm -rf can reach it – not trust it 2016-04-15T00:16:50 troll post. 2016-04-15T00:17:52 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Quit: cya] 2016-04-15T00:22:10 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@18.62.22.71] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T00:23:36 -!- ehsanv1 [~pero@46.224.132.229] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T00:26:42 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.81.193] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-15T00:52:49 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-15T00:53:34 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@unaffiliated/bvsh] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-15T00:53:47 -!- bvsh [~bvsh@199.192.233.23] has joined ##stm32 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crt is made of money? 2016-04-15T02:22:20 ah 2016-04-15T02:22:21 bs 2016-04-15T02:22:26 and for real shit, you can make it use gcc 2016-04-15T02:22:43 mdk has code size limit of 32kB for free use 2016-04-15T02:23:03 but! 2016-04-15T02:23:08 anything for m0 is free 2016-04-15T02:23:11 f0 and l0 2016-04-15T02:23:17 that’s 32kB prior to running the optimizer 2016-04-15T02:23:34 -!- kow [~kow@CPE3085a93a4319-CM00fc8db094f0.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T02:23:46 theres some blogpost from last year that shows how 2016-04-15T02:23:53 so if you have code that gets scrunched down to 10kB but it’s 33kB prior to optimization then screw you. 2016-04-15T02:25:28 last year…. 2012 2016-04-15T02:25:29 close enough 2016-04-15T02:26:21 wow, did someone poop in your commieflakes 2016-04-15T02:29:39 again? 2016-04-15T02:29:58 should i block you too maybe? maybe you are a bad chatter 2016-04-15T02:31:56 so cgi chip 2016-04-15T02:34:16 crt: I don’t have 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2016-04-15T04:25:31 R2COM: see sync’s blog above 2016-04-15T04:25:40 R2COM: why would remapped timer peripherals be 3ns delayed 2016-04-15T04:25:46 when are on thier altenrative pins 2016-04-15T04:25:54 i just summarized it 2016-04-15T04:26:05 3ns is a lot of delay to just send shit to anothner pin 2016-04-15T04:26:11 what do you think happens? 2016-04-15T04:27:29 timers are 2016-04-15T04:27:55 R2COM: yaeh but if all you’re doing is rerouting a signal from one pin to another 2016-04-15T04:28:19 what could contribute to 3ns, thats a lot to just turn electrons around from one place to another on a 3mm^2 die 2016-04-15T04:32:07 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@mod01.olf.sgsnet.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-15T04:32:38 right, i’d expect ps-range delay 2016-04-15T04:32:41 but not ns 2016-04-15T04:34:45 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-15T04:35:42 -!- Shavik__ is now known as Shavik 2016-04-15T04:36:16 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] 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2016-04-15T05:39:32 tell me more 2016-04-15T05:41:24 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.132.229] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T06:01:25 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T06:10:33 doesnt seem funny 2016-04-15T06:11:21 i cant believe the faggot games are top rental 2016-04-15T06:12:01 whatever place those statistics are coming from must be only allowing tasteless losers in 2016-04-15T06:12:10 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-15T06:12:34 probably the only thing worse than faggot games franchise is pulp fiction 2016-04-15T06:12:59 your link 2016-04-15T06:13:13 “top rentals” sidebar 2016-04-15T06:13:14 http://www.cosmicbooknews.com/content/first-look-scarlett-johansson-ghost-shell 2016-04-15T06:13:16 yes I know, you’re late 2016-04-15T06:13:29 ReadError: dont link to fat tasteless cunts tahnks. 2016-04-15T06:13:34 haha 2016-04-15T06:13:46 er, talentless 2016-04-15T06:13:49 but that too 2016-04-15T06:14:02 ohsix: meanwhile in japan http://i.imgur.com/1DWXDjk.png 2016-04-15T06:14:03 that 2016-04-15T06:14:11 oh damn 2016-04-15T06:14:12 but tv asahi for some fucking reason a/v watermarked it. 2016-04-15T06:14:14 did he make it down? 2016-04-15T06:14:19 no 2016-04-15T06:14:21 i took it out 2016-04-15T06:14:34 he died? 2016-04-15T06:14:56 ReadError: nope, shot with tranquilizer which it removed in like 5 seconds 2016-04-15T06:15:01 then touched HV wire and fell down 2016-04-15T06:15:10 damn 2016-04-15T06:15:14 but apparently is ok 2016-04-15T06:15:18 ahh good 2016-04-15T06:15:22 fell down into jap nets 2016-04-15T06:15:26 that they wre setting up below 2016-04-15T06:15:30 how the fuck do you just have apes walking the streets 2016-04-15T06:15:38 escaped from zoo or somethin 2016-04-15T06:15:41 or monkeys 2016-04-15T06:17:59 man 2016-04-15T06:18:04 this WD purple is awful 2016-04-15T06:18:32 dongs WD RE are great 2016-04-15T06:18:36 if you need spinnydisk 2016-04-15T06:18:42 fast and reliable 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10MB/s sounds like its about dead 2016-04-15T07:53:42 yes 2016-04-15T07:54:57 -!- winsoff [~foo@66.205.199.93] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T07:55:06 THIS CHANNEL IS PUBLICLY GAY 2016-04-15T07:55:12 no way 2016-04-15T07:55:20 it also says “no pumping” in the topic 2016-04-15T07:55:22 so why are you here? 2016-04-15T07:55:44 Ah, fuck. I knew it. 2016-04-15T07:55:47 -!- winsoff [~foo@66.205.199.93] has left ##stm32 [“Leaving”] 2016-04-15T08:02:37 went to 100megs for a bit then back down 2016-04-15T08:02:43 now at 55 2016-04-15T08:03:16 http://i.imgur.com/rl5We1s.png i am 2016-04-15T08:03:22 im watching this shit like paint drying 2016-04-15T08:04:36 i’m writing to it at 25mbit 2016-04-15T08:04:39 constant 2016-04-15T08:04:43 but reads shouldnt fluctuate THAT bad 2016-04-15T08:05:15 -!- boB_K7IQ [~IceChat9@2601:601:8201:b9e6:8dd0:a05:beb3:1343] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:06:27 these new flash drives are pretty snappy 2016-04-15T08:06:34 the 128GB very useful 2016-04-15T08:09:36 they actually get faster 2016-04-15T08:09:38 with larger sized. 2016-04-15T08:09:47 like same series on amazon that was linekd few days ago 2016-04-15T08:09:56 16/32 gb one speed, 64,128gb was like 30meg faster 2016-04-15T08:10:01 100 vs 130 reads or soemthign 2016-04-15T08:11:59 yea this is ~130 2016-04-15T08:12:21 has the little micro usb thing for OTG too 2016-04-15T08:12:31 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:25:51 -!- nighty-_ [~cp@www.taiyolabs.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:25:56 -!- trepidacious_ [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:26:54 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-15T08:27:26 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:27:29 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:27:30 -!- trepidacious_ is now known as trepidacious 2016-04-15T08:28:05 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:28:07 -!- nighty- [~cp@www.taiyolabs.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:28:40 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:28:40 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:28:50 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:29:05 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-7cb8d954.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:29:30 -!- funnel [~funnel@unaffiliated/espiral] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:30:03 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:32:01 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:35:09 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T08:35:35 -!- nikomo_ is now known as nikomo 2016-04-15T08:46:32 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-7cb8d954.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 268 seconds] 2016-04-15T08:54:39 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-15T09:23:41 -!- c10ud^ [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T09:25:24 -!- scummos [scummos@gateway/shell/kde/x-gqjsrnjuwwsoqtrc] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-15T09:25:24 -!- scummos [scummos@kde/developer/brauch] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T09:27:11 -!- Mustafa [~quassel@p4FFA2958.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T09:27:54 -!- Mustafa_ [~quassel@p5DE86268.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T09:30:33 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-15T09:35:50 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-15T09:52:34 ohsix seen nzb for 60 days in? 2016-04-15T09:52:41 the one that aired tonight 2016-04-15T09:53:32 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T09:54:45 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T09:54:48 -!- piezo [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T09:54:48 -!- piezo is now known as piezoid 2016-04-15T10:00:26 -!- piezoid [~piezoid@tsv35-1-78-232-144-90.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T10:04:10 -!- Netsplit *.net *.split quits: TheSeven 2016-04-15T10:05:35 -!- Netsplit over, joins: TheSeven 2016-04-15T10:06:54 -!- Thaolia- [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has quit [Quit: ZNC 1.6.2 – http://znc.in] 2016-04-15T10:11:37 -!- Thaolia [~thaolia@80.90.49.230] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T10:12:38 ahh not started yet 2016-04-15T10:12:47 been watchin that “The Girlfriend Experience” or w/e 2016-04-15T10:13:09 ehhhhh 2016-04-15T10:13:14 well its getting kinda crazy 2016-04-15T10:13:23 need to see where it goes 2016-04-15T10:13:30 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.79] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T10:15:59 nah 2016-04-15T10:16:58 is there an nzb w/ every ep? 2016-04-15T10:17:40 720 2016-04-15T10:20:02 http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/15/south_korea_to_upgrade_national_stereo_system_at_cost_of_us16m/ 2016-04-15T10:20:03 lol 2016-04-15T10:28:46 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-15T10:31:27 of which? 2016-04-15T10:37:32 what is it? a bunch of synths? 2016-04-15T10:39:04 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.158.79] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-15T10:44:11 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.36] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T10:51:56 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-15T11:11:37 -!- _stowa [~stowa@46.4.25.100] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-15T11:11:52 -!- _stowa [~stowa@static.100.25.4.46.clients.your-server.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:19:44 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:23:21 dongs: I can accept 3ns for delay shits through the matrix 2016-04-15T11:23:27 that sounds reasonable imho 2016-04-15T11:30:26 Who dares summon me?! 2016-04-15T11:30:33 oh err… nm 2016-04-15T11:31:24 dongs, heh, norwegian news is all over yesterday’s earthquake 2016-04-15T11:31:38 why do tehy even care 2016-04-15T11:32:21 earthquaqe on .no? 2016-04-15T11:32:23 in 2016-04-15T11:32:52 qyx, no, earthquake in dongland 2016-04-15T11:33:01 aha, because http://earthquaketrack.com/p/norway/recent 2016-04-15T11:33:03 dongs, idk 2016-04-15T11:33:34 qyx, yeah, norway doesn’t really have earthquakes 2016-04-15T11:33:55 crt: uncle bob bit his foot off 2016-04-15T11:34:59 was searching for it, all i could find was the 6.2 mag earthquake in 2012 in the svalbard islands 2016-04-15T11:35:32 dongs, obtw, I tested the new arcin batch yesterday 2016-04-15T11:36:13 there were two boards that for some reason were missing one of the XH connectors, and one board that had a solder bridge between two pins on the stm 2016-04-15T11:36:30 the remaining 115 boards passed all tests 2016-04-15T11:37:01 crt, closest reactor is like 500km away 2016-04-15T11:37:08 nobody there even felt it or gave a fuck 2016-04-15T11:37:15 I think this is the first batch without a single board where the usb connector is soldered wrong 2016-04-15T11:37:28 zyp, congrats 2016-04-15T11:37:47 how’s parts for the other shit? 2016-04-15T11:37:54 well, they were supposed to be here today 2016-04-15T11:37:57 if it wasnt for shitquake 2016-04-15T11:38:00 haha 2016-04-15T11:38:06 now im not sure where they are 2016-04-15T11:38:14 which parts were missing? 2016-04-15T11:38:20 the 27.17mhz xtal 2016-04-15T11:38:23 ah 2016-04-15T11:38:27 or whatever mhz it was 2016-04-15T11:38:35 oddball thing that I dont normally stokc 2016-04-15T11:38:42 13.56*2 2016-04-15T11:39:05 so 27.12 2016-04-15T11:39:22 -!- barthess [~barthess@86.57.155.106] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:43:04 -!- Shavik [~Shavik@50-194-10-105-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T11:45:14 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:45:14 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-15T11:45:27 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-15T11:46:36 -!- SpaceCoaster [~SpaceCoas@c-75-69-135-239.hsd1.nh.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-15T11:46:58 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:47:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:47:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-15T11:47:16 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-15T11:47:32 meanwhile, in slovenia… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DUQFDT70hU 2016-04-15T11:47:44 -!- SpaceCoaster [~SpaceCoas@c-75-69-135-239.hsd1.nh.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:48:01 zyp: nice voice 2016-04-15T11:48:33 nice what? 2016-04-15T11:49:34 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T11:49:35 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-15T11:49:54 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-15T12:41:36 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T12:42:35 http://i.imgur.com/irtoXvc.png meanwhile in japan 2016-04-15T12:43:16 nice 2016-04-15T12:43:32 will be fixed tomorrow, right? :p 2016-04-15T12:43:45 shit like that will take forever to be fixed over here 2016-04-15T12:43:57 hopefully, i have to drive over that trash tomrorwo 2016-04-15T12:44:49 there were an article last week 2016-04-15T12:44:59 about a landslide that happened in december 2016-04-15T12:45:03 heh 2016-04-15T12:45:04 and shit is still not fixed 2016-04-15T12:45:20 http://www.nrk.no/sorlandet/_-betenkeleg-at-det-har-teke-sa-lang-tid-1.12892071 2016-04-15T12:45:51 lol @ that guys pic with neclace of crap 2016-04-15T12:46:13 mayor of some place 2016-04-15T12:46:22 all mayors have that shit 2016-04-15T12:47:50 -!- Amperture [~Amp@107-207-76-17.lightspeed.austtx.sbcglobal.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T12:49:38 zyp: i think they still haven’t fixed all the damage from finland’s 2011 earthquake: https://media.riemurasia.net/albumit/mmedia/lp/8kv/hggt/3175/880611124.jpg 2016-04-15T12:49:50 ahahah 2016-04-15T12:51:02 still on quakes are we? http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes 2016-04-15T12:51:17 no stars on the map today though, boring. 2016-04-15T12:52:59 http://i.imgur.com/7woWnRy.png meanwhile in best korea 2016-04-15T12:55:27 best kim 2016-04-15T12:59:13 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T12:59:27 laucnhed some failed missile again 2016-04-15T13:02:37 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-15T13:02:38 oh, norwegian PM visited the korean border today 2016-04-15T13:02:40 http://ap.mnocdn.no/incoming/article8431078.ece/ALTERNATES/w1440c169/OPT_tb0ea3a9_doc6pav56c4wao19k2lozy_doc6pav7i1h9s7wg1nkd0e-Yge5EloqnQ.jpg?updated=150420160808 2016-04-15T13:03:09 lol @ those 2 guys lookin through teh back window 2016-04-15T13:03:19 that’s north koreans 2016-04-15T13:04:28 -!- Amperture [~Amp@107-207-76-17.lightspeed.austtx.sbcglobal.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:04:31 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:04:31 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-15T13:04:43 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-15T13:07:42 I like the swagmaster aviators the SK guys wear 2016-04-15T13:09:20 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-15T13:09:20 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:22:03 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.36] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T13:24:30 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:34:07 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:34:52 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:35:24 -!- dekar [~dekar@46.243.86.234] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:39:16 http://blog.adacore.com/porting-the-ada-runtime-to-a-new-arm-board 2016-04-15T13:40:25 https://gfycat.com/HonestJauntyBlackfish oops 2016-04-15T13:43:15 do the traffic lights blink really fast there? 2016-04-15T13:44:01 Hi πŸ™‚ 2016-04-15T13:44:32 Regarding that STM32 on lipo cell thing 2016-04-15T13:44:47 What’s the proper way to know, in the STM32, how the battery is charged? 2016-04-15T13:45:09 ecco like read battery voltage? 2016-04-15T13:45:09 The first thing that comes to mind is using an analog pin, measure the voltage of the battery, and try to work something out based on that 2016-04-15T13:45:24 but the discharge curve is so flat that I’m afraid this will give terrible results 2016-04-15T13:45:48 thats basically the only realistic way 2016-04-15T13:45:51 ok 2016-04-15T13:45:57 Is that how it’s usually done? 2016-04-15T13:45:58 you can do coulomb measuring 2016-04-15T13:46:07 but battery gas gauging sucks balls 2016-04-15T13:46:21 Wouldn’t the charging IC know how much current it has pumped into the battery? 2016-04-15T13:46:26 I thought I could just ask the charging IC 2016-04-15T13:46:31 Sync, yeah, and he is doing if for a relatively low power device, so it would be hard to accurately measure 2016-04-15T13:47:26 Ecco: then you have to know the charging efficiency of your battery 2016-04-15T13:48:25 Sync: What would that be? 2016-04-15T13:50:30 do you expect that you can get all of the charge you put into the battery to come out again? 2016-04-15T13:50:48 well, I guess as always: theoretically yes, in practice no 2016-04-15T13:50:57 the battery most likely has an internal resistance 2016-04-15T13:51:07 and will dissipate some energy on the way back 2016-04-15T13:51:08 right? 2016-04-15T13:51:15 ok, I see 2016-04-15T13:52:06 So how is it done, usually? On a low-consumption device, is reading the battery voltage my best bet? 2016-04-15T13:52:16 take 10 million adc measurements and average them to get better resolution 2016-04-15T13:52:26 Because a 0.1V difference could mean like a 50% difference in terms of charge :-/ 2016-04-15T13:52:32 it depends on the quality of the gauge you want 2016-04-15T13:52:38 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.24] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T13:52:46 Sync: I don’t need anything crazy 2016-04-15T13:52:47 with a high resistance voltage divider you’re gonna have to have your adc reading really slow 2016-04-15T13:52:54 I’d just like to do something that doesn’t suck 2016-04-15T13:53:20 dongs: I didn’t understand what you just said 2016-04-15T13:53:48 o wait 2016-04-15T13:53:57 nah you still need one 2016-04-15T13:53:59 cuz > 3.3VB 2016-04-15T13:54:01 you can get chips that measures the battery 2016-04-15T13:54:03 so yeah, like 1M/whatever 2016-04-15T13:54:11 but not 10k:/wahtever 2016-04-15T13:54:16 or else it’ll drain battery 2016-04-15T13:54:42 Ok, so correct me if I got things wrong 2016-04-15T13:54:45 which keeps track of how it behaves during charging/discharging to calculate capacity better than what you’d get from a plain voltage reading 2016-04-15T13:54:56 dongs: tell me how many dolans you want in your paypal and buy me dem loads 2016-04-15T13:54:56 disconnect the divider with a logic level mosfet 2016-04-15T13:55:00 voltage alone is not a good indicator of state of charge 2016-04-15T13:55:16 zyp: That’s pretty much what I thought when looking at the discharge curve 2016-04-15T13:55:30 http://i.snag.gy/NyU6M.jpg 2016-04-15T13:55:34 how to make disappear dongs? 2016-04-15T13:55:40 this shit seems useless 2016-04-15T13:55:41 dongs: So corret me if I got things wrong : you mean that the battery voltage being greater than 3.3V I need to divide it before feeding it into the ADC? 2016-04-15T13:55:54 http://www.ti.com/lsds/ti/power-management/battery-fuel-gauge-products.page yeah unless you want to fry the adc 2016-04-15T13:56:04 got it 2016-04-15T13:56:26 zyp: Oh, I see 2016-04-15T13:56:45 So basically, either I do poor man’s solution and try to work something out based on the voltage 2016-04-15T13:56:49 or I use a dedicated IC 2016-04-15T13:57:29 How would that IC work, by the way? Does it only measure tension or does it also measure the current getting in and out of the battery? 2016-04-15T13:57:41 http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/bq27320.pdf 2016-04-15T13:59:01 looks like it measures both voltage and current 2016-04-15T13:59:25 and like I said it’s learning how the battery performs 2016-04-15T14:00:47 hmm, would be neat if they had some that combined charging and tracking 2016-04-15T14:02:20 oh, they have some shit that’s designed to work together: http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/bq27532-g1.pdf 2016-04-15T14:03:47 anyway, if I needed to know remaining battery capacity accuretely in a project, I’d use something like that 2016-04-15T14:05:21 http://gfycat.com/DevotedImaginativeDeinonychus 2016-04-15T14:06:44 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:07:57 got a new pet? 2016-04-15T14:10:24 ouch! 2016-04-15T14:17:30 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T14:17:48 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:23:37 -!- trepidacious_ [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:23:56 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T14:23:56 -!- trepidacious_ is now known as trepidacious 2016-04-15T14:26:30 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T14:27:15 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:32:13 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.24] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T14:32:26 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:35:17 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-15T14:48:45 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-15T14:49:29 lul https://science.slashdot.org/story/16/04/14/2124234/report-feds-to-ban-theranos-founder-elizabeth-holmes-for-2-years 2016-04-15T14:50:01 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@dhcp-181037.eduroam.chalmers.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T14:56:20 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.145.152] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:08:32 wtf their main developer killed himself cuz “it’s never going to work” 2016-04-15T15:09:05 ? 2016-04-15T15:09:34 who the fuck is theranos and why do we care? 2016-04-15T15:09:42 cuz lulz 2016-04-15T15:09:44 nvm then 2016-04-15T15:10:19 http://i.imgur.com/T0e5ne0.jpg 2016-04-15T15:10:36 * karlp hi5s peterm 2016-04-15T15:10:47 I lolld so I dont care 2016-04-15T15:14:08 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:14:12 is dsp56xxx still alive? 2016-04-15T15:23:11 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-15T15:27:11 -!- jadew [~razvan@unaffiliated/jadew] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:29:43 -!- trepidacious_ [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:31:04 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@dsl-217-155-137-246.zen.co.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T15:31:05 -!- _stowa [~stowa@static.100.25.4.46.clients.your-server.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T15:31:07 -!- trepidacious_ is now known as trepidacious 2016-04-15T15:32:09 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:35:25 -!- _stowa [~stowa@static.100.25.4.46.clients.your-server.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:45:25 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-15T15:46:04 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-15T15:46:18 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T15:47:04 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Ping timeout: 252 seconds] 2016-04-15T15:48:00 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:00:04 http://imgur.com/hxc1xxt 2016-04-15T16:01:04 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-15T16:02:03 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@dhcp-181037.eduroam.chalmers.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-15T16:02:07 -!- PaulFertser [paul@2001:470:26:54b:250:70ff:fee7:41ec] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:15:31 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:15:56 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal] 2016-04-15T16:16:30 http://imgur.com/a/VZQXk 2016-04-15T16:17:06 bicycle fashion year 2016 2016-04-15T16:18:08 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@dhcp-181037.eduroam.chalmers.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:18:10 those names look italian right? 2016-04-15T16:18:16 wonder if bikes are popular there 2016-04-15T16:18:32 in so cal, only people who cant drive bike, so i could totally see us fucks not knowing how to draw one 2016-04-15T16:22:11 when i see an adult on a bike, unless they look like an athlete type of person, i tend to think “haha, poor fuck got a DUI” 2016-04-15T16:23:29 there is some elders here that ride over 10km to grocery store 2016-04-15T16:23:54 your in .fi ? 2016-04-15T16:24:04 there is no bike roads 2016-04-15T16:24:08 yes 2016-04-15T16:24:12 isnt .fi like permafrost or someshit? 2016-04-15T16:24:27 I see them ridin all way to december 2016-04-15T16:24:33 yes 2016-04-15T16:24:37 damn 2016-04-15T16:24:53 and their bikes are some 80s legacy 2016-04-15T16:24:56 i get pissed off if temps go below 18C 2016-04-15T16:25:09 sure – why wouldn’t you 2016-04-15T16:25:12 fucking biking in like -C 2016-04-15T16:25:56 brb 2016-04-15T16:26:30 I did 60km starting from 0C water-snow rain to -30 killer cold 2016-04-15T16:33:42 -!- upgrdman_ [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-15T16:40:41 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:48:56 http://imgur.com/GtOMSu6 2016-04-15T16:48:58 truth 2016-04-15T16:52:19 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T16:54:44 hi 2016-04-15T16:55:21 like what? 2016-04-15T16:56:17 not when im in cn 2016-04-15T16:56:19 hi crt 2016-04-15T16:56:31 would take a week to upload if i tried 2016-04-15T16:56:32 oh right 2016-04-15T16:56:54 crt: i have a false arm 2016-04-15T16:58:02 http://lolworthy.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/whys-there-a-white-guy-playing-an-egyptian.jpg 2016-04-15T16:58:44 crt: i’m a one armed duck fucker πŸ™ 2016-04-15T16:59:10 Laurenceb: ahaha 2016-04-15T16:59:54 heh reminds me of that weird “would you quack like a duck when we fuck” video 2016-04-15T17:00:12 crt: have you seen kung pow? 2016-04-15T17:00:27 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-15T17:01:25 Laurenceb: is that true? 2016-04-15T17:01:35 * upgrdman nods 2016-04-15T17:02:29 where did current germans come from? 2016-04-15T17:02:36 yes 2016-04-15T17:02:44 we wuz kangz 2016-04-15T17:03:54 8chan goes for a walk http://imgur.com/tqJQE5Q 2016-04-15T17:04:17 brit world domination never seizes 2016-04-15T17:06:43 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: My Mac has gone to sleep. 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was worried my interrupts were missing, but they are there is the disassembly 2016-04-15T20:30:53 for some reason my I2C interrupts are never called 2016-04-15T20:31:14 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T20:31:27 -!- SpaceCoaster [~SpaceCoas@c-75-69-135-239.hsd1.nh.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T20:31:32 -!- c10ud [~c10ud@emesene/dictator/c10ud] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-15T20:31:40 -!- Rickta59 [~Rickta59@107.12.198.216] has quit [Client Quit] 2016-04-15T20:33:40 perplexing 2016-04-15T20:37:25 nothing on the bus 2016-04-15T20:37:30 wumting wong 2016-04-15T20:38:08 start condition is programmed but never sent on the bus 2016-04-15T20:39:00 https://gfycat.com/QuerulousEnragedGannet RIP japan v2 2016-04-15T20:39:23 i hate i2c 2016-04-15T20:39:28 it refuses to work 2016-04-15T20:40:27 dongs: that was 1h ago? damn 2016-04-15T20:40:36 and 24 hours ago last time 2016-04-15T20:40:54 what magnitude this time? 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2016-04-15T20:47:09 Laurenceb: Do a check on the whole code with CppCheck 2016-04-15T20:47:35 especially for buffer overflow potential problems … 2016-04-15T20:47:56 that seems unlikely to cause start not to be sent 2016-04-15T20:51:01 maybe its related to the changes I’ve made 2016-04-15T20:51:42 only changes seem to be here http://pastie.org/10799087 2016-04-15T20:51:50 is the remap on line 8 ok 2016-04-15T20:52:36 (the interrupts get enabled later) 2016-04-15T20:53:17 -!- fest [~fest@188.226.203.53] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-15T20:54:12 -!- zyp_ is now known as zyp 2016-04-15T20:54:57 -!- Amperture [~Amp@107-207-76-17.lightspeed.austtx.sbcglobal.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T20:55:15 -!- fest [~fest@188.226.203.53] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T20:57:34 -!- PaulFertser [paul@paulfertser.info] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T20:57:39 Laurenceb: not familiar with stdperiph, i’m using the new HAL shit, dongs would know 2016-04-15T20:57:44 ok 2016-04-15T20:57:59 not sure if i can remap in that order 2016-04-15T20:58:05 I’ll check some of my other projects 2016-04-15T20:58:15 well it seems weird that you would remap *before* init 2016-04-15T20:58:50 hrm .. actually no 2016-04-15T20:58:54 aha 2016-04-15T20:59:04 the terminology is weird though 2016-04-15T20:59:04 on previous working stuff i remapped befor einit 2016-04-15T20:59:16 might be it… will try after some food 2016-04-15T20:59:33 what’s for dinner? 2016-04-15T21:01:51 -!- aadamson [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T21:02:23 cornish pasty 2016-04-15T21:02:30 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T21:06:37 -!- fbs [~buttercup@fsf/member/fbs] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T21:13:50 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-15T21:14:25 http://ssdv.habhub.org/images/2016-04-15–17-43-45-DL7AD-56DE.jpeg?u=334 2016-04-15T21:14:29 ssdv blofeld 2016-04-15T21:14:42 -!- jadew 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2016-04-16T02:31:09 ahahaha 2016-04-16T02:32:52 had to google “trod” but, yeah, funny 2016-04-16T02:34:06 night 2016-04-16T02:35:40 http://cannae.com/cannaes-superconducting-test-lab-is-up-and-running/ 2016-04-16T02:35:54 * Laurenceb_ grabs popcorn 2016-04-16T02:36:34 -!- KreAture_ is now known as KreAture_Zzz 2016-04-16T02:39:04 found result of zyp’s work before he quit SE https://twitter.com/internetofshit/status/720714402949963778 2016-04-16T02:39:16 zyp, not at all, more panic than anything 2016-04-16T02:39:42 lul internet of shit 2016-04-16T02:40:11 4 dead from this round so far 2016-04-16T02:40:20 9 last time 2016-04-16T02:40:27 mattress for lover detection wtf 2016-04-16T02:40:40 just have display set to “forever alone lul u fail” 2016-04-16T02:41:16 oh wait 2016-04-16T02:41:22 its an anti cuck mattress 2016-04-16T02:41:27 /pol/ approves 2016-04-16T02:42:26 talking of which https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TvpvRnXHxApmEselAfbgKtR0KEdA79PiCK-PVGGcGt96XFsvTAxXxVVJgxJey_yvt0I9OVupr_AjDYiPNZy4=w506-h380 2016-04-16T02:42:35 /pol/ is on suicide watch 2016-04-16T02:46:03 they got cucked by their queen 2016-04-16T02:48:13 attn crt https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/proxy/TvpvRnXHxApmEselAfbgKtR0KEdA79PiCK-PVGGcGt96XFsvTAxXxVVJgxJey_yvt0I9OVupr_AjDYiPNZy4=w506-h380 2016-04-16T02:48:30 crt: HI 2016-04-16T02:48:53 lul 2016-04-16T02:49:09 crt: yeah? 2016-04-16T02:49:40 crt: that’s my shed 2016-04-16T02:50:18 crt: i have a false arm 2016-04-16T02:50:52 indeed 2016-04-16T02:51:23 Laurenceb: the girl looks like shoeonhead 2016-04-16T02:52:37 Laurenceb: that said, i don’t get what’s special about that picture 2016-04-16T02:53:40 she is the queen of /pol/ 2016-04-16T02:53:43 http://imgur.com/BI7v6Bc that’s the latest rev 2016-04-16T02:54:16 cool atx power supply 2016-04-16T02:54:32 atx power supply? 2016-04-16T02:54:34 https://images.encyclopediadramatica.se/c/ca/Shoe0nheadisamudshark.png 2016-04-16T02:54:43 ED has the full story as expected 2016-04-16T02:54:46 o wait, i misjudged the scale 2016-04-16T02:54:51 i thought that 2×12 connector was atx power 2016-04-16T02:56:09 heh telit 2016-04-16T02:56:13 enjoy the python 2016-04-16T02:56:39 pumping in the cuck shed 2016-04-16T02:59:18 I pump in cow shields 2016-04-16T03:01:17 too much info 2016-04-16T03:04:17 -!- TheSeven [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-16T03:04:24 -!- [7] [~quassel@rockbox/developer/TheSeven] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T03:05:14 bed time 2016-04-16T03:14:00 dongs, SE != STE 2016-04-16T03:14:07 oh okay 2016-04-16T03:15:05 didn’t even touch any SE-related projects, but I played a bit with a Sony prototype after Sony bought out SE 2016-04-16T03:17:17 I remember it had a 1080p panel, which seemed kinda neat, since at the time there were no 1080p phones on the market yet 2016-04-16T03:17:39 pump dongs is alive 2016-04-16T03:26:06 -!- KreAture_Zzz [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-16T03:26:18 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@9600-baud.net] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-16T03:26:18 -!- FatalNIX [~FatalNIX@unaffiliated/fatalnix] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T03:27:13 -!- KreAture_Zzz [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T03:27:51 “pump” is the new “cuck” 2016-04-16T03:29:41 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-16T03:29:57 no no 2016-04-16T03:32:30 -!- KreAture_ [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T03:33:19 -!- Laurenceb_ [~Laurence@host86-176-11-73.range86-176.btcentralplus.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T03:36:15 -!- KreAture_Zzz [~KreAture@178.74.17.140] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-16T04:08:52 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation 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one? buy an airmouse then… 2016-04-16T04:44:37 I was actually looking for something thats mcu + wifi like the adafruit feather 2016-04-16T04:44:48 you are boring :/ 2016-04-16T04:44:54 I want to make my own 2016-04-16T04:45:39 dongs: did the earth move for you today? 2016-04-16T05:03:48 emeb, no 2016-04-16T05:03:54 https://gfycat.com/QuerulousEnragedGannet RIP japan v2 2016-04-16T05:06:40 godzilla on the loose again 2016-04-16T05:06:53 -!- Rob235 [~Rob235@c-73-178-146-48.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com] 2016-04-16T05:07:31 yes 2016-04-16T05:08:10 dongs: good to hear. 2016-04-16T05:09:22 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T05:11:43 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T05:11:45 hehe. watching some chinese propaganda on tv. talking about americas hypocrisy on human rights. showing clips of Black Lives Matter protests… lol 2016-04-16T05:12:11 https://www.freelancer.com/projects/Electrical-Engineering/Design-simple-computer/ 2016-04-16T05:12:27 could be worse, they could have interviewed furries 2016-04-16T05:12:35 how do i computer 2016-04-16T05:19:42 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has quit [] 2016-04-16T05:27:28 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T05:27:28 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.132.229] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T05:27:47 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T05:32:49 -!- freakuency [~freakuenc@2001:470:28:537:5997:cd6:698a:e380] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T05:38:20 simplest computer in powerpoint 2016-04-16T05:38:24 with VBA 2016-04-16T05:41:15 -!- ehsanv [~pero@46.224.132.229] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T05:42:23 ohsix any sign of 60 days in ? 2016-04-16T05:42:27 no updates on omgwtf 2016-04-16T05:42:29 nzb 2016-04-16T05:42:40 don’t you ever feel your head is going to start smoking from stuffing it all with this utterly useless information, autism6 2016-04-16T05:42:57 its not like you’ll eveer own a mac 2016-04-16T05:44:36 huh 2016-04-16T05:44:41 i own a mac 2016-04-16T05:45:22 new mobo supports thunderbolt 2016-04-16T05:45:31 wonder if theres anything kewl i can get 2016-04-16T05:45:44 think they have fiber adapters 2016-04-16T05:49:48 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f777766.dyn.telefonica.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T05:58:36 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T06:02:40 -!- mumptai [~calle@x5f774685.dyn.telefonica.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T06:11:21 my circadian rhythm has always been a cryptographically secure source of randomness 2016-04-16T06:11:29 asspie as fuck 2016-04-16T06:11:48 niggas cant talk in normal sentences 2016-04-16T06:12:17 attn R2COM -> https://twitter.com/FascinatingVids/status/713478075875459072 2016-04-16T06:26:29 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has 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tiny resistors about pushbutton 2016-04-16T07:14:54 haha 2016-04-16T07:14:59 hmm if those are 0402.. 2016-04-16T07:15:03 then yeah most of the shit is 0805 2016-04-16T07:15:26 ive never seen 0603 Rs with 4-digit numbering 2016-04-16T07:15:35 like 3300 etc 2016-04-16T07:36:08 I like how MS wont let you uninstall their worthless shit in win10 2016-04-16T07:36:18 xbox? I dont want/need that 2016-04-16T07:36:21 onedrive? gtfo 2016-04-16T07:39:52 ReadError, jsut dont install them i nthe first place? 2016-04-16T07:41:29 but also, iirc you can uninstall them from powershell 2016-04-16T07:57:33 PeterM theres no option to ‘not install’ though 2016-04-16T07:57:44 http://snag.gy/ALZkW.jpg 2016-04-16T07:57:49 im really not sure wtf to make of this 2016-04-16T07:58:01 craziest shit 2016-04-16T07:59:45 whys it 420blz on 2 and suck on the other 2? 2016-04-16T08:02:48 OneDrive is built into Windows 10, so you can’t uninstall it like an app. However, you can hide it and stop syncing OneDrive files to your PC. To do so, follow the steps in Turn off or uninstall OneDrive. 2016-04-16T08:02:52 lol POS 2016-04-16T08:03:00 ReadError, yes there is, its simple, dont use an edition that coems with all the shit built in 2016-04-16T08:04:59 PeterM im using enterprise 2016-04-16T08:05:10 why would an enterprise OS need fucking xbox stuff 2016-04-16T08:05:29 use enterprise N 2016-04-16T08:05:30 N 2016-04-16T08:05:32 NNNNNNN 2016-04-16T08:05:33 N 2016-04-16T08:05:37 no xbox 2016-04-16T08:07:05 also, use LTSB, that cuts out a bit of the bloat too 2016-04-16T08:07:10 why do i even need onedrive 2016-04-16T08:07:18 nobody wants their shitty dropbox clone 2016-04-16T08:07:39 if use LTSB no edgey browser or courtana 2016-04-16T08:07:45 oh ya 2016-04-16T08:07:47 fuck edge 2016-04-16T08:07:52 and cuntana 2016-04-16T08:08:53 is there some magical tool/powerhell script that unfucks everything in 1 go? 2016-04-16T08:09:02 so Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB N X64 is what you want, it is pre-unfucked 2016-04-16T08:09:36 http://i.snag.gy/NyU6M.jpg 2016-04-16T08:09:38 i think the only thing it has that i’d get rid of is ondrive, but im nto CERTAIN if it actualyl has 2016-04-16T08:09:39 this shit too 2016-04-16T08:09:46 is that really necessary ? 2016-04-16T08:09:55 enterprise n ltsb has npone of that 2016-04-16T08:10:03 i dont see a single useful thing there 2016-04-16T08:10:12 I will have to ask my pal if he can DL it for me then 2016-04-16T08:10:25 im not even in washington 2016-04-16T08:10:30 why the fuck is it giving me their weather 2016-04-16T08:10:48 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T08:11:00 well it can stay 2016-04-16T08:11:12 just dont put a massive fuckin icon on the first page 2016-04-16T08:11:21 plus its xbox live 2016-04-16T08:11:27 i dont even have one ;/ 2016-04-16T08:12:16 http://i.imgur.com/eKORNoy.png 2016-04-16T08:12:37 ??? 2016-04-16T08:13:14 ReadError: that’s because i am in fact an aspie, as are i would guess a very large % of freenode users 2016-04-16T08:13:18 lol dis guy responded 2016-04-16T08:13:40 my circadian rhythm has always been a cryptographically secure source of randomness 2016-04-16T08:13:40 this is assburgers as fuck 2016-04-16T08:17:03 eh he can keep on keeping on 2016-04-16T08:17:21 but whats the reason for trying to make super complex sentences 2016-04-16T08:17:43 you could just say “my sleep schedule has always been pretty random” 2016-04-16T08:18:41 i just killed a big fly by squishing it with the cap of my coke bottle. i felt it pop. now i feel bad. 2016-04-16T08:18:54 chinese fly 2016-04-16T08:18:59 probably was caryying aids 2016-04-16T08:19:17 stdout chinese fly 2016-04-16T08:19:18 re: win10, where is that setting to reduce feedback going to msft? 2016-04-16T08:19:23 dongs, prolly 2016-04-16T08:19:27 upgrdman: dont worry bout it. 2016-04-16T08:19:30 upgrdman, its just as bad with mice when you step on them 2016-04-16T08:19:33 k 2016-04-16T08:19:39 upgrdman I turned off ever slider 2016-04-16T08:19:41 lol 2016-04-16T08:19:43 but the shit still calls out 2016-04-16T08:19:55 Windows Firewall Control unlimited computers 2016-04-16T08:20:23 i can activate it for you, just give me the # it generates 2016-04-16T08:21:41 ohsix it works unpaid 2016-04-16T08:21:51 but they add a few ease of use features 2016-04-16T08:22:06 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T08:22:22 http://www.binisoft.org/wfc.php 2016-04-16T08:24:39 i wish onenote had adjustable smoothing. shit way over smoothes pen strokes. 2016-04-16T08:30:49 so, how do you guys get rid of the eexcess oil from chnned tuna? 2016-04-16T08:30:56 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-166-207.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-16T08:50:26 oh btw 2016-04-16T08:50:33 the.internet.ruined.my.life.s01e06.hdtv.x264-w4f.mkv 2016-04-16T08:50:40 hipster + typewriter episode 2016-04-16T08:51:04 got meme’d 2016-04-16T08:52:02 http://www.jessicafreyphotographyblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/hipster-typewriter.jpg 2016-04-16T08:52:26 ReadError, hipsters are ripe for stereotyping, wiht their typewriters and all 2016-04-16T09:12:09 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-151-227.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T09:17:24 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.MIT.EDU] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T09:18:02 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-111-52-76.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T09:18:03 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-16T09:28:36 -!- wbraun_ [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T09:28:39 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.MIT.EDU] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T09:28:40 -!- wbraun_ is now known as wbraun 2016-04-16T09:29:52 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T09:41:59 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T09:44:35 http://i.snag.gy/J2eTY.jpg shhooowoooop 2016-04-16T09:44:44 use it all bish 2016-04-16T09:48:54 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T09:51:44 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-16T09:59:22 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-16T10:06:59 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-6bb8d954.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T10:16:39 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-16T10:32:48 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.69] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T10:36:03 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T10:47:49 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T10:51:01 -!- sterna [~Adium@c-6bb8d954.016-35-62726f1.cust.bredbandsbolaget.se] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T10:51:37 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-16T11:23:22 -!- Guest67298 is now known as neuro_sys 2016-04-16T11:23:30 -!- neuro_sys [neurosys@2a01:7e00::f03c:91ff:fe56:2d37] has quit [Changing host] 2016-04-16T11:23:30 -!- neuro_sys [neurosys@unaffiliated/neurosys/x-283974] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T11:25:12 -!- neuro_sys [neurosys@unaffiliated/neurosys/x-283974] has left ##stm32 [] 2016-04-16T11:32:01 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-244-208.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T11:34:16 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-151-227.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-16T11:35:23 -!- sterna [~Adium@212.73.177.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T11:41:24 moo 2016-04-16T11:42:02 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T11:53:36 cornella stuff look like a of cowboy henk 2016-04-16T11:53:48 err cornella stuff look like a cowboy henk ripoff 2016-04-16T11:54:26 ttp://imgur.com/KdPkvvP ok, let me google that, thanks 2016-04-16T12:02:17 welder 2016-04-16T12:03:17 but the problem is, if I remove that indcutor, I get nice waveform, when I connect it, waveform gets messed UP 2016-04-16T12:03:56 thou, it may be few more parts are to blame 2016-04-16T12:07:11 http://imgur.com/awVVpmN and w/o inductor connected… 2016-04-16T12:08:13 yep 2016-04-16T12:12:23 could it be a bootstrap circuit 2016-04-16T12:14:03 http://imgur.com/Wiw1znn and connected/disconnected I mean – just one end lifted 2016-04-16T12:19:30 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.69] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-16T12:20:39 http://imgur.com/0M3nweA [12:12:53] infineon has an app note on welding driver stage design lol you think keil is going to help you write code better? 2016-04-16T12:49:26 keil is pretty shitty really 2016-04-16T12:49:28 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.204] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T12:50:10 sure the cornpiler is all great and official 2016-04-16T12:50:33 but a well setup eclipse enviroment is just as easy if not better 2016-04-16T12:51:41 well sure 2016-04-16T12:51:47 theres a lot of bloat/extra shit 2016-04-16T12:51:53 but if you put all that aside 2016-04-16T12:52:01 the plugins are useful 2016-04-16T12:52:19 makefile builds easy to setup 2016-04-16T12:52:52 after using it for a bit i prefer it 2016-04-16T12:53:31 keil 2016-04-16T12:54:38 the IDE part of keil? 2016-04-16T12:54:51 yea its pretty trash 2016-04-16T12:54:59 not very useful 2016-04-16T12:55:16 so the only thing keil has is the debugger/compiler 2016-04-16T12:55:25 and the little uvproj setup shit 2016-04-16T12:55:26 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@unaffiliated/lorenzo] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-16T12:55:45 but the debugging in eclipse is good if not better than keil’s 2016-04-16T12:55:53 with the right plugins 2016-04-16T12:56:06 plus you have gdb console so you can still bang keys there 2016-04-16T12:56:13 or do it GUI style 2016-04-16T12:58:05 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T13:00:03 also 2016-04-16T13:00:14 that ‘virtual folder’ shit in keil is pretty fucking dumb 2016-04-16T13:01:08 makefile is much easier too 2016-04-16T13:01:23 fuck adding all the includes and stuff through its shitty gui 2016-04-16T13:01:36 its horribly slow and painful 2016-04-16T13:08:23 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T13:10:00 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T13:11:00 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T13:15:16 in youtube 2016-04-16T13:15:19 put mouse on video 2016-04-16T13:15:21 hit alt 2016-04-16T13:15:24 wtf is that blue box 2016-04-16T13:15:38 lo 2016-04-16T13:16:24 oh damn 2016-04-16T13:16:28 doom open beta weekend 2016-04-16T13:16:33 to gaymer or not to gaymer 2016-04-16T13:24:20 Poor Crt. What Can We Do To Make It Good To You? 2016-04-16T13:24:22 crt: how much was keil? 2016-04-16T13:25:39 Not even 0 ruble? 2016-04-16T13:25:55 damn 2016-04-16T13:30:08 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T13:31:04 does anyone know a nice simple 2S li-ion charger that would handle all annoying things like balancing in one nice chip? 2016-04-16T13:33:18 http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview/id/207899.html 2016-04-16T13:33:21 wtf 2016-04-16T13:33:41 ohsix: A good first choice is to make Cs equal to twice the sum of the output capacitance of the switch and the estimated mounting capacitance. order’t some of those stupid cheap skyworks charger ICs 2016-04-16T13:40:39 44 sants a pap 2016-04-16T13:49:16 lol what 2016-04-16T13:49:26 i thought voice actors are typically like, old 2016-04-16T13:50:13 Who is dora ohsix? 2016-04-16T13:50:22 spanish cartoon 2016-04-16T13:50:31 i duno how to spanish though 2016-04-16T13:50:56 oh, wikipedia says mexican/america 2016-04-16T13:50:57 n 2016-04-16T13:51:13 Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., CBS there you go. I dont do those. 2016-04-16T13:51:56 Aren’t you way too old to watch that in the 90s? 2016-04-16T13:52:01 *weren’t 2016-04-16T13:52:31 40+ ohsix 2016-04-16T13:52:48 30+? 2016-04-16T13:53:03 Im young crt 2016-04-16T13:53:31 13 2016-04-16T13:53:32 crt: could they notice ? :/ 2016-04-16T13:53:49 you never know 2016-04-16T13:54:16 crt: how old is your ass? 2016-04-16T13:54:49 youngsters 2016-04-16T13:57:50 browse imgur 2016-04-16T13:58:50 http://imgur.com/ 2016-04-16T14:01:17 how long do you all burn in new boxes for 2016-04-16T14:01:29 two years 2016-04-16T14:03:40 no pc 2016-04-16T14:04:16 ReadError: when that matters (servers and such) i do it for 24h it’s always been enough to detect problems 2016-04-16T14:04:41 ive always noticed stability improvements 2016-04-16T14:04:48 specially if OC’ing 2016-04-16T14:05:16 it seems like freshly built, they arent as stable 2016-04-16T14:05:41 plus the whole failure graph stuff 2016-04-16T14:05:56 how something will fail right at the start 2016-04-16T14:06:06 then chances drop a shitload after 2016-04-16T14:06:21 yea I know that much 2016-04-16T14:06:25 ReadError: yeah but it’s not like you improve stability or anything… either you detect a failure or you don’t 2016-04-16T14:06:28 we burn it GPUs and stuff at work 2016-04-16T14:06:33 it=in 2016-04-16T14:06:46 the nvidia GPU cluster things 2016-04-16T14:15:28 sup dongs 2016-04-16T14:15:32 why is autism6 still awake 2016-04-16T14:23:42 Why some of you are so obsessed with autism and co? 2016-04-16T14:30:21 -!- sterna1 [~Adium@212.73.177.219] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T14:31:40 -!- sterna [~Adium@212.73.177.219] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T14:32:16 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.144.204] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T14:35:19 gay 2016-04-16T14:35:34 why ? 2016-04-16T14:35:49 Total internet shutdown in aussieland? 2016-04-16T14:36:21 time to hunt drop bears ? 2016-04-16T14:36:41 i feel sorry for you 2016-04-16T14:36:50 buzzkill 2016-04-16T14:37:26 Real stm32 rpoject? 2016-04-16T14:38:02 stm32 for the win 2016-04-16T14:38:24 there is more in the world than stm32. 2016-04-16T14:38:41 and pic32 2016-04-16T14:38:43 blasphemy 2016-04-16T14:40:07 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.162.128] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T14:41:15 iirc eric b made a stm32 dev board with usb , were they for sale ? 2016-04-16T14:41:53 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T14:42:20 all you need is http://www.ebay.com/itm/STM32F103C8T6-ARM-STM32-Minimum-System-Development-Board-Module-For-Arduino-/201529768817?hash=item2eec1c3b71:g:74YAAOSwZ8ZW5jfe upgrdman ? 2016-04-16T14:42:51 crt: no it was a little stm32f0 board 2016-04-16T14:43:21 no f1, no arduino 2016-04-16T14:43:35 arduino? 2016-04-16T14:44:21 oh ya just the url says arduino 2016-04-16T14:46:34 Anyway, if you mean emeb upgrdman . He has a website he posts all his stuff on. Also probably not for sale. 2016-04-16T14:46:57 oh ya him. ok 2016-04-16T14:47:00 http://ebrombaugh.studionebula.com/embedded/index.html 2016-04-16T14:47:27 crt, problem is i now jave more money than time. 2016-04-16T14:48:19 You skip the imgur browsing and you’ll have plenty of time πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-16T14:49:49 imgur is too slow in .cn 2016-04-16T14:50:12 thats why i have not been posting the typical r/wtf pix 2016-04-16T14:50:28 im on a vpn you faggot 2016-04-16T14:50:42 nice try to drop my connectipn 2016-04-16T14:51:15 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T14:51:16 stunnel with psk, then openvpn with whatever shit it uses 2016-04-16T14:52:08 openvpn uses some sort of pub key encryption iirc. o had to gereate a cert etc 2016-04-16T14:52:54 ohsix, stunnel is config’d for psk only, and its the public facing part 2016-04-16T14:53:32 hmmm 2016-04-16T15:01:40 when is emeb typically in here? 2016-04-16T15:02:00 not these times 2016-04-16T15:06:14 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T15:06:35 k 2016-04-16T15:06:50 upgrdman: status of being permanently enslaved in china 2016-04-16T15:07:24 /part ##stm32 2016-04-16T15:08:01 /cocks 2016-04-16T15:08:14 in case anyone cares, eclipse neon m6 (a beta) finally supports display scaling. still very beta, but fuck yes. finally. 2016-04-16T15:08:24 get better eyes 2016-04-16T15:09:00 upgrdman: im at 150% on 12″ 4K 2016-04-16T15:09:03 and its perfectly usable 2016-04-16T15:09:08 dongs, i get back to the 1st world in like 10ish days 2016-04-16T15:09:39 oh okay 2016-04-16T15:09:40 back to the trumpy madness 2016-04-16T15:09:56 ohsix: Hi! It looks like you’re engaging in activity not directly related to STM32 or electronics. May I suggest you tweet about it instead? Or perhaps make a stumble.upon? Or even better, post to digg? Thank you! 2016-04-16T15:10:05 ohsix, everything. just text scaling has worked for a long time but then lots of shit was super small. no more, minus some beta bugs 2016-04-16T15:10:24 vote dongs for moderator 2016-04-16T15:10:52 ohsix, i use a theme engine 2016-04-16T15:11:02 my eclipse looks like this: 2016-04-16T15:11:22 . 2016-04-16T15:11:24 (dickbutt in every image) 2016-04-16T15:11:31 er image->button 2016-04-16T15:11:46 http://www.farrellf.com/temp/delta_sigma_adc_simulation3.png 2016-04-16T15:11:59 ohsix^ 2016-04-16T15:12:32 such exception catching upgrdman πŸ˜› 2016-04-16T15:12:45 better view of tabs here http://www.farrellf.com/temp/delta_sigma_adc_simulation.png 2016-04-16T15:13:11 steffanx, inorite πŸ™‚ 2016-04-16T15:14:37 ya 2016-04-16T15:14:51 old version before dick scalingworked 2016-04-16T15:15:23 so i had to write a manifest to tell windows to fake 1080p on my 4k for eclipse 2016-04-16T15:17:57 looks boring 2016-04-16T15:19:18 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has 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works everywhere 2016-04-16T15:26:22 that doesnt blow dick 2016-04-16T15:26:29 fat, file size limits 2016-04-16T15:26:33 ntfs, well, yea 2016-04-16T15:26:36 exfat/ntfs 2016-04-16T15:26:38 works gr8 2016-04-16T15:27:11 that reminds me of one of the only things i like about working in cn… like 1/3 of my coworkers are women. so nice compared to the sausage fest of engineering in the usa 2016-04-16T15:27:24 pics or it didnt happen 2016-04-16T15:27:39 nice try 2016-04-16T15:27:41 I tried exfat but it bitched about not being about to copy 2016-04-16T15:27:42 ^_^ 2016-04-16T15:27:48 assumed filesize but hrm 2016-04-16T15:27:51 ReadError: sounds like your problem 2016-04-16T15:27:55 no, exfat has no file size limit 2016-04-16T15:27:56 ya reading wiki 2016-04-16T15:28:00 not anything reasonable anyway 2016-04-16T15:28:00 its OSX bitching 2016-04-16T15:28:10 my 4k cam uses it and i have .ts files > 50gb on it 2016-04-16T15:28:13 and it cant do ntfs 2016-04-16T15:28:24 sounds like you know the answer 2016-04-16T15:28:34 stop using garbage 2016-04-16T15:28:42 ==> Installing ntfs-3g from homebrew/fuse 2016-04-16T15:28:43 osxfuse: Building this formula from source isn’t possible due to OS X 2016-04-16T15:28:43 Yosemite and above’s strict unsigned kext ban. 2016-04-16T15:28:47 huehue 2016-04-16T15:29:09 going over network 2016-04-16T15:29:14 easiest 2016-04-16T15:32:12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlslwdB9Z4g 2016-04-16T15:32:43 formatted the flash drive on osx now it wants to work 2016-04-16T15:32:58 it limited the name to 10char 2016-04-16T15:33:07 was 11 before, maybe some dumb reason there 2016-04-16T15:34:53 need to find the cheapest/decent f0 32pin qfn on ali 2016-04-16T15:35:13 which comes down to popularity i think 2016-04-16T15:36:00 the rare less used ones are crazy expensive sometimes 2016-04-16T15:36:08 even though they ‘cost’ less 2016-04-16T15:37:19 guess ill start with the f072 shits 2016-04-16T15:40:45 oh ya and now, you cant sort by price/piece 2016-04-16T15:45:02 clonerexpress 2016-04-16T15:51:39 skype has become really awful 2016-04-16T15:53:34 on my phone it uses 800MB 2016-04-16T15:54:12 i don’t know what the fuck is wrong with it 2016-04-16T15:56:49 i checked that, there’s “only” 99MB of data, cache is 5MB, App reports 869MB 2016-04-16T15:57:07 stop making porn phone calls with it 2016-04-16T15:57:18 oh πŸ™ 2016-04-16T15:59:43 temp1: +101.0Β°C (crit = +103.0Β°C) 2016-04-16T15:59:46 lenovo fireball x230 2016-04-16T16:07:43 reminds me of my macbook, that also could run up to 101 and higher when doing some video recoding. 2016-04-16T16:08:14 wat 2016-04-16T16:08:37 yeah they put a 35W tdp processor in this 12″ laptop 2016-04-16T16:08:57 can’t use it in bed goes > 90C as soon as there’s some cpu usage lol 2016-04-16T16:09:09 cook eggs on it 2016-04-16T16:10:02 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T16:14:10 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:15:23 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:19:13 -!- theAdib [~theadib@external-230-7.westminster.ac.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:20:33 What is it you want to tell us crt? 2016-04-16T16:20:37 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has quit [Quit: Verlassend] 2016-04-16T16:21:39 Blaxter? 2016-04-16T16:21:54 mr L. 2016-04-16T16:22:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.151.204] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:24:12 it has this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penis_enlargement#/media/File:Water-based_Penis_Enlargement_Pump.jpg 2016-04-16T16:25:20 https://encyclopediadramatica.se/Penis_Pump 2016-04-16T16:27:36 smart 2016-04-16T16:35:13 wtf. why does my surface pro 4 keyboard stop working if i tilt the surface toward portrait mode :/ 2016-04-16T16:35:31 touchpad too 2016-04-16T16:36:07 You better get to keiling crt. Seriously. 2016-04-16T16:37:43 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:39:30 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.151.204] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-16T16:41:07 lol https://encyclopediadramatica.se/File:Pump-goatsetopic.jpg 2016-04-16T16:42:33 guess so 2016-04-16T16:43:36 playmates with prostates… lolwut in another ED pic 2016-04-16T16:46:47 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.151.76] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T16:50:38 -!- Streaker [~Streaker@45.114.62.86] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T16:58:36 -!- Chris_M|2 [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-244-208.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds] 2016-04-16T16:58:40 -!- Chris_M [~Chris_M@ppp118-209-157-81.lns20.mel8.internode.on.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T17:14:16 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T17:20:09 bedtime 2016-04-16T17:21:59 not? 2016-04-16T17:22:00 Steffanx: thought you were in germany 2016-04-16T17:22:16 http://time.is/Australia πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-16T17:22:17 Steffanx or did you mean bedtime for crt? 2016-04-16T17:23:33 that indeed mitrax 2016-04-16T17:23:41 and dutchland not deutscland 2016-04-16T17:24:55 Steffanx: what city? 2016-04-16T17:25:28 no city. 2016-04-16T17:27:22 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d40c5e.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T17:29:44 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d425e5.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T17:34:12 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T17:44:53 -!- rewolff1 [~wolff@ip113-99-211-87.adsl2.static.versatel.nl] has quit [Read error: No route to host] 2016-04-16T17:45:37 crt: how the fuck should i know? 2016-04-16T17:49:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.151.76] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T17:49:30 microsoft bob? 2016-04-16T17:58:52 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.123] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:14:44 unfunny 2016-04-16T18:15:27 -!- upgrdman [~upgrdman@blender/artist/upgrdman] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T18:18:25 -!- sterna1 [~Adium@212.73.177.219] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T18:22:05 -!- theAdib [~theadib@external-230-7.westminster.ac.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T18:25:49 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d422b4.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:28:04 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d40c5e.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T18:37:18 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:41:12 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.147.123] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T18:41:55 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.128] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:44:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:44:38 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-16T18:44:51 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-16T18:49:03 -!- XTL [xtl@kapsi.fi] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-16T18:52:47 -!- rager [~rager@ecsta.cc] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T18:53:15 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T18:53:15 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-16T18:53:27 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-16T18:55:43 -!- bvernoux [~Ben@chl26-1-88-183-104-56.fbx.proxad.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-16T18:56:58 -!- Guest85158 [~rager@ecsta.cc] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:04:08 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-16T19:05:39 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T19:07:32 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:5d9d:b385:1dd7:43b0] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:08:21 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-16T19:08:42 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:19:13 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:19:39 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:5d9d:b385:1dd7:43b0] has quit [Read error: Network is unreachable] 2016-04-16T19:21:14 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:5d9d:b385:1dd7:43b0] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:35:01 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:37:39 -!- theAdib [~theadib@external-230-7.westminster.ac.uk] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:40:11 -!- rewolff1 [~wolff@ip113-99-211-87.adsl2.static.versatel.nl] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:41:51 -!- Lerg [~Lerg@188.226.45.254] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:43:08 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.mit.edu] has quit [Quit: wbraun] 2016-04-16T19:45:39 -!- emeb [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T19:46:24 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-16T19:46:43 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T19:52:02 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T20:04:19 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.155.128] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T20:13:36 -!- rewolff1 [~wolff@ip113-99-211-87.adsl2.static.versatel.nl] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-16T20:14:56 -!- Mustafa_ [~quassel@p5DE876BB.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T20:16:12 -!- Mustafa [~quassel@p4FFA2958.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T20:19:20 -!- emeb_mac [~ericb@ip68-2-68-52.ph.ph.cox.net] has quit [Quit: emeb_mac] 2016-04-16T20:22:32 would you be comfortable using an enclosure in a final product that is an obvious copy of something existing and which design might be patented / copyrighted? 2016-04-16T20:31:15 Commercial product? Not sure. 2016-04-16T20:31:22 Depends of what it is a cline of. 2016-04-16T20:31:26 clone 2016-04-16T20:32:34 original: http://www.fibox.fr/catalog/170/product/1375/8113351_FRA1.html 2016-04-16T20:32:56 clone: http://www.tibox.cn/img/48.jpg 2016-04-16T20:33:36 note the oh so subtle change in the brand name 2016-04-16T20:33:53 how much cheaper is the clone? 2016-04-16T20:34:29 oh this time of enclosure. I think i wouldn’t mind using that. 2016-04-16T20:34:34 *time = type 2016-04-16T20:35:10 fenugrec: it’s $17 vs $50 2016-04-16T20:35:45 the fibox is probably made in china anyway 2016-04-16T20:36:26 ahah yeah, well i was more concerned about possible legal issue or whatever, but it’s not like there will be millions of units… a few thousands maximum 2016-04-16T20:36:29 but, I’d trust the fibox ratings more than the chinybox 2016-04-16T20:36:42 yeah that too … 2016-04-16T20:36:46 IP*, UL * 2016-04-16T20:38:28 i guess i could try to put on fire both, and see what happens :p 2016-04-16T20:38:52 heheh 2016-04-16T20:40:53 -!- Tekkkz [~pc@p4FCA59F0.dip0.t-ipconnect.de] has quit [Quit: leaving] 2016-04-16T20:45:21 -!- Activate_for_moa [~A@213.87.134.211] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T20:57:04 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T20:59:54 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:11:01 -!- theAdib [~theadib@external-230-7.westminster.ac.uk] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T21:12:27 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T21:13:56 -!- neuro_sys [neurosys@unaffiliated/neurosys/x-283974] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:16:39 https://media.8ch.net/n/src/1460786582380.jpg 2016-04-16T21:16:42 trolltastic 2016-04-16T21:21:38 and three years old 2016-04-16T21:23:03 -!- indy [~indy@shadow.kastnerove.cz] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:25:10 Yeah much changed since then mitrax πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-16T21:26:48 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-16T21:31:10 When you will win the nobel prize for trolling Laurenceb_? 2016-04-16T21:31:30 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:32:18 when the trolling committee awards it to me 2016-04-16T21:32:54 Nah, i think you’re not qualified enough, yet. 2016-04-16T21:33:09 No big break throughs. 2016-04-16T21:33:32 We need a new The Last Measure. 2016-04-16T21:33:42 *-The 2016-04-16T21:34:01 what was that? 2016-04-16T21:34:26 http://nl.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=last+measure 2016-04-16T21:34:48 it worked scaringly well 2016-04-16T21:35:57 -!- wbraun [~wbraun@dhcp-18-189-79-78.dyn.mit.edu] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:36:51 okay 2016-04-16T21:37:05 made by dongs 2016-04-16T21:38:32 That’s what he claims inded 2016-04-16T21:39:25 * mitrax ate too much meat :/ 2016-04-16T21:39:46 and I got targetted in my school library 2016-04-16T21:39:57 that was embarrassing :S 2016-04-16T21:40:59 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-16T21:41:09 -!- gjm [~gjm@unaffiliated/gjm] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T21:41:19 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:06:50 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T22:13:11 GAAAH dropped my in-ear headphones in my coffee 2016-04-16T22:13:21 -!- c4017 [~c4017@d108-172-129-70.bchsia.telus.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:14:40 -!- sooda [sooda@62-78-214-243.bb.dnainternet.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:14:45 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:15:06 -!- c4017_ [~c4017@d108-172-129-70.bchsia.telus.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-16T22:21:05 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:21:05 -!- Mr_Sheesh [~mr_s@unaffiliated/mr-sheesh/x-0757054] has quit [Disconnected by services] 2016-04-16T22:21:17 -!- Mr_Sheesh_ is now known as Mr_Sheesh 2016-04-16T22:22:34 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T22:25:12 -!- kisielk [~kisielk@S010690b134fc82a2.vc.shawcable.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:38:43 -!- kuldeep [~kuldeepdh@unaffiliated/kuldeepdhaka] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T22:41:32 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-16T22:49:55 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T23:01:30 poor mitrax 2016-04-16T23:05:15 -!- aadamson [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has quit [Ping timeout: 264 seconds] 2016-04-16T23:07:26 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T23:10:41 -!- aadamson [aadamson@2600:3c02::f03c:91ff:fe70:2dc9] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-16T23:15:52 -!- tecdroid [~icke@37.120.29.110] has quit [Ping timeout: 260 seconds] 2016-04-16T23:47:54 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has quit [Quit: Leaving] 2016-04-16T23:49:32 -!- sterna [~Adium@2001:470:28:537:5d9d:b385:1dd7:43b0] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] — Day changed Sun Apr 17 2016 2016-04-17T00:10:35 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:10:42 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-qjrcebyziqkeztoz] has quit [Ping timeout: 250 seconds] 2016-04-17T00:17:10 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-gwgrdtnhcrinuqdp] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:23:21 -!- trepidacious [~trepidaci@217.155.204.2] has quit [Quit: trepidacious] 2016-04-17T00:23:56 -!- theAdib [~theadib@213.160.114.251] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:26:51 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-gwgrdtnhcrinuqdp] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-17T00:27:10 innovators o/ 2016-04-17T00:31:48 -!- lorenzo [~lorenzo@95.232.70.248] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:38:12 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d422b4.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 244 seconds] 2016-04-17T00:38:41 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d43cc3.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:39:28 one of the .. ohsix πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-17T00:39:33 as the article says 2016-04-17T00:41:03 “He has served two times as the GNAA’s president, once during 2004 when timecop emoquit, “.. haha dongs. 2016-04-17T00:41:55 since when you are the emoquit type? 2016-04-17T00:43:04 -!- debris` [debris@gateway/shell/fnordserver.eu/x-cmzywpqwkilltoxb] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:43:57 http://patri-archie-comics.tumblr.com/image/138986914637 2016-04-17T00:44:54 tldr; 2016-04-17T00:48:41 comics are not supposed to have that much text 2016-04-17T00:50:05 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has quit [Remote host closed the connection] 2016-04-17T00:50:24 -!- fenugrec [~R@162.156.199.110] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:54:08 Hello mr crt. Welcome back. 2016-04-17T00:55:26 HI 2016-04-17T00:57:25 -!- saph0 [hoofman@odin.sdf-eu.org] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T00:57:51 -!- barthess [~barthess@93.85.162.237] has quit [Quit: Leaving.] 2016-04-17T01:09:17 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIUk08iYZKE&t=20 2016-04-17T01:09:50 crt: today is Keil day right? 2016-04-17T01:12:09 today is sunday, no keiling on sunday. 2016-04-17T01:12:22 sunday? 2016-04-17T01:12:24 oh right damn 2016-04-17T01:13:17 no licence key for crt πŸ™ 2016-04-17T01:13:57 what are you waiting for then? 2016-04-17T01:20:29 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer] 2016-04-17T01:20:58 -!- bilboquet [~bilboquet@95-210-222-153.ip.skylogicnet.com] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T01:22:26 -!- dekar__ [~dekar@55d41ce7.access.ecotel.net] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T01:23:13 i once dreamed i had one 2016-04-17T01:24:03 -!- dekar_ [~dekar@55d43cc3.access.ecotel.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-17T01:24:03 actually that’s how i got to know about that song… friend of mine that i had told about the dream told me i’d been listening to king missile too much 2016-04-17T01:27:19 freaky thing is it was very similar to what happens in the song… i was about to leave for the week end and wondered if i should leave it home (in the freezer actually), or take it with me, what happened next is vague, but in the dream it was like a perfectly legitimate question 2016-04-17T01:29:27 maybe it’s like those dreams about losing teeth, everybody has one from time to time 2016-04-17T01:30:38 not me. 2016-04-17T01:30:49 Steffanx: yeah but you’re german 2016-04-17T01:31:00 And you are belgian. 2016-04-17T01:31:06 i’m not 2016-04-17T01:31:52 *ribbit* 2016-04-17T01:31:55 here’s a hint ^ 2016-04-17T01:32:20 i know, but you keep forgetting im not from germany πŸ˜‰ 2016-04-17T01:32:38 Steffanx: you’re not? 2016-04-17T01:32:51 Steffanx: where are you from? 2016-04-17T01:32:57 dutchland. 2016-04-17T01:33:04 oooh 2016-04-17T01:33:16 stupid me 2016-04-17T01:33:31 well someone else said something about you being german… might have been crt 2016-04-17T01:34:11 yeah, never trust those aussies 2016-04-17T01:35:00 yeah unreliable fuckers 2016-04-17T01:35:22 THE ivan? 2016-04-17T01:39:19 https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/48/a0/36/48a0366c9f2697f573e77d25af8451a1.jpg 2016-04-17T01:39:27 is it true? 2016-04-17T01:39:33 -!- XTL [xtl@kapsi.fi] has joined ##stm32 2016-04-17T01:40:00 do you look like hte last one or the 2nd last one? 2016-04-17T01:41:59 kakimir: we still haven’t seen a mugshot 2016-04-17T01:43:01 I look like the one on left 2016-04-17T01:52:32 paint.exe 2016-04-17T01:52:52 you can write things to photos like APPLE 2016-04-17T02:08:17 dongs: do you have that mouth mask thing that all asians wear? 2016-04-17T02:08:21 -!- blight [~greg@reactos/developer/blight] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-17T02:14:25 http://www.japantrendshop.com/images/pantsu-mask-panties-underwear-th.jpg japan of the day 2016-04-17T02:34:15 -!- Amkei [~Amkei@unaffiliated/amkei] has quit [Ping timeout: 276 seconds] 2016-04-17T02:48:45 https://cdn.rt.com/files/2016.04/original/570ecc86c3618808558b460a.jpg Russian military aviation 2016-04-17T02:50:52 -!- amstan_ [~alex@c-73-189-221-82.hsd1.ca.comcast.net] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!] 2016-04-17T02:51:58 what a relic 2016-04-17T03:03:44 r