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[00:08] <Lunar_Lander> nigelvh, but as you said, we can be glad to live in free countries
[00:09] <arko> http://nottinghack.org.uk/
[00:09] <arko> neat place
[00:09] <nigelvh> That's not to say there aren't ways we could improve, but I'd certainly say we're doing much better than some places.
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[00:14] <Lunar_Lander> yeah
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[00:19] <Lunar_Lander> I wonder if we will see the fall of North Korea soon
[00:19] <Lunar_Lander> that would be a big day
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[01:19] <arko> http://xkcd.com/713/
[01:20] <arko> one of my favorites
[01:20] <lz1dev> they are too young to be in LEO
[01:21] Action: arko high fives lz1dev
[01:22] <Randomskk> lz1dev: yes, that's one of the points :P
[01:22] <Randomskk> tanya and amber are not real people :P
[01:23] <lz1dev> silly me, assuming characters in xkcd a real :P
[01:23] <lz1dev> are*
[01:23] <Randomskk> no, I mean the joke is that the advertisers have made up people and say they are in low earth orbit because that's where the IP puts them
[01:23] <Randomskk> >_>
[01:25] <lz1dev> i know, geoip dbs, check ip, customize ads
[01:25] <zyp> I suspect lz1dev got that, and made a counter-joke
[01:25] <zyp> I found it quite funny
[01:25] <Randomskk> right >_>
[01:25] <lz1dev> :D
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[01:56] <arko> classical music fans here?
[01:57] <arko> no idea how i had not heard this but: fantasia on a theme by thomas tallis
[01:57] <arko> very good
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[02:01] <Randomskk> checking it out now
[02:01] <Randomskk> I do like a bit of classical, especially at this time of morning :P
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[02:02] <arko> this is just damn beautiful
[02:04] <arko> http://handya.co.nz/post/43198336217/texting-brick-phone
[02:04] <arko> hah neat
[02:20] <Randomskk> omg yay
[02:20] <Randomskk> https://randomskk.net/u/scores.png
[02:21] <arko> neat
[02:21] <arko> what is this?
[02:21] <arko> learning algo stuff?
[02:21] <Randomskk> my masters project
[02:21] <arko> :)
[02:21] <arko> what does this data mean?
[02:21] <Randomskk> so the rough outline is I'm simulating bacterial colonies running genetic models that hopefully form large-score pattern formation
[02:22] <SpeedEvil> a giraffe classifier?
[02:22] <W0OTM> iHAB-9 Launch video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1a6Lf3ElGs
[02:22] <Randomskk> e.g. it would be cool if the colony, having started off uniform and clonal, develops strong and robust patterning
[02:22] <Randomskk> where "patterning" might mean "forms spots" or stripes or similar
[02:22] <Randomskk> part of the project is therefore a genetic algorithm to mutate the bacterial genome towards better patterning
[02:23] <Randomskk> and part of that genetic algorithm is a cost function to evaluate the pattern content of a simulation run
[02:23] <Randomskk> and to train that cost function I've got a corpus of simulated reaction-diffusion results and animal skins that show the type of patterning I like
[02:23] <Randomskk> and have trained up a GMM on those
[02:23] <arko> wow
[02:23] <arko> very nice!
[02:23] <Randomskk> then I scored some other test images and some no-pattern images (the cloud noise scored -27 onwards)
[02:23] <Randomskk> and while the GMM hasn't seen any of the reject images
[02:23] <Randomskk> it still scores all of them lower than the desired patterns
[02:24] <Randomskk> better yet, the 'ideal' reaction-diffusion patterns have scored highest
[02:24] <Randomskk> so basically yes, SpeedEvil, it is a giraffe classifier :P
[02:24] <Randomskk> though it's not a classifier I hasten to add
[02:24] <Randomskk> as it gives a log likelihood for the input
[02:24] <Randomskk> not just a class label
[02:24] <Randomskk> which is crucial for a cost function
[02:25] <arko> oh good, at least your ideal is scoring highest :P
[02:25] <Randomskk> the scoring is exactly what I want
[02:25] <SpeedEvil> :-)
[02:25] <Randomskk> I'm concerned about overfitting
[02:25] <Randomskk> so I need a lot more data basically
[02:25] <Randomskk> have to troll flickr for a few days to find more animals
[02:25] <arko> how are you feeding back into the algo that it's correct or accurate?
[02:25] <Randomskk> arko: what do you mean?
[02:26] <Randomskk> basically a lower number here means it's more patterned
[02:26] <arko> right right
[02:26] <SpeedEvil> there is a market for cameras that will accurately look at certain body features, and keep them in focus.
[02:26] <Randomskk> so the genetic algorithm will consider every member of a generation and see which have the best patterns
[02:26] <SpeedEvil> and I don't mean faces.
[02:26] <Randomskk> then breed them
[02:26] <arko> hmm
[02:26] <Randomskk> so crossover+mutation, typically with some holdon to preserve low-scorers to prevent lock in to a small local optimum
[02:27] <Randomskk> the mutation and crossover change the strengths of RBS and degradation tags in the bacterial genome, and rearrange the genetic network itself (changing what promotors are controlled by what proteins, and what proteins are expressed where)
[02:27] <Randomskk> the proteins themselves can cross cell boundaries and diffuse through the simulated growth medium
[02:27] <Randomskk> (which is how the patterns should form)
[02:28] <arko> so those higher scoring ones -13 or so are simulations?
[02:28] <arko> im a bit confused
[02:28] <Randomskk> the first seven are simulations of a precise continuous differential equation
[02:28] <Randomskk> the first three are Turing patterns in fact
[02:28] <arko> oh
[02:28] <SpeedEvil> how accurately are you stimulating the bacteria?
[02:28] <Randomskk> and they represent the types of patterns I'd like to get
[02:29] <Randomskk> but they're simulations of just differential equations
[02:29] <arko> that a very highly ideal case correct?
[02:29] <Randomskk> not of bacteria
[02:29] <Randomskk> as it were, sure.
[02:29] <Randomskk> SpeedEvil: well.....
[02:29] <Randomskk> not 'very'
[02:29] <Randomskk> to start with the colonies will be static
[02:29] <arko> hmm
[02:29] <Randomskk> because I don't want to write a full biophysics simulator
[02:29] <arko> sure yeah
[02:29] <Randomskk> but I do _have_ a full biophysics simulator written in python+opencl, which is what all my other code is in
[02:29] <Randomskk> so I can plug into that
[02:29] <Randomskk> so a later part of my project is doing that
[02:29] <arko> ahh
[02:29] <Randomskk> in which case the accuracy becomes really quite good
[02:30] <arko> why not take actual bactera data?
[02:30] <Randomskk> as in, every bacterium is modelled as a body that divides and grows and strains and the chemical levels are all well done
[02:30] <SpeedEvil> I assume full biophysics doesn't mean to rhisome level
[02:30] <Randomskk> arko: because it's very very slow
[02:30] <SpeedEvil> an
[02:30] <SpeedEvil> ah
[02:30] <Randomskk> SpeedEvil: no, the biophysics is a rigid body per bacterium
[02:30] <arko> the processing of the data or getting that data?
[02:30] <Randomskk> the cell internals are still going to be differential equations
[02:30] <Randomskk> or possibly stochastic
[02:30] <SpeedEvil> ribosomes
[02:30] <Randomskk> arko: bacteria grow slowly
[02:30] <Randomskk> and creating genomes is very very slow
[02:30] <Randomskk> and lab work is slow and messy
[02:31] <arko> oh yeah, but there isn't some sample data from labs or people who have grown them?
[02:31] <Randomskk> well sure, but that won't be any help
[02:31] <Randomskk> no one's made a genome that develops pattern before or this project would be a bit pointless
[02:31] <Randomskk> I'll essentially be simulating many thousands/millions of genomes
[02:31] <Randomskk> you just can't make all those
[02:31] <arko> ohhhhhh
[02:32] <Randomskk> it's not a simulation of normal bacteria (though I can do that too and use it to validate my simulator)
[02:32] <Randomskk> but it's a simulation of bacteria carrying a synthetic genome
[02:32] <arko> sure yeah
[02:32] <Randomskk> to do my bidding
[02:32] <arko> ok this makes more sense now
[02:32] <Randomskk> and my objective is to find a synthetic genome that causes pattern expression
[02:33] <arko> which doesn't exist yet
[02:33] <Randomskk> right
[02:33] <arko> so you are building a detector, but is there going to be a creation of a synthetic genome that actually does this?
[02:34] <arko> are you working with bio people?
[02:36] <Randomskk> yea, working with http://www.haseloff-lab.org/
[02:36] <Randomskk> and, well, there might be
[02:36] <Randomskk> but it's not officially part of my project
[02:36] <arko> ahhhh
[02:36] <arko> thank you for answer my terrible question :P
[02:36] <arko> this is very cool
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[02:37] <arko> questions*
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[02:38] <Randomskk> you're welcome :P
[02:38] <Randomskk> yay, it even works okay with some unseen data
[02:39] <Randomskk> sleep time for me
[02:39] <arko> nice
[02:39] <arko> night dude
[02:40] <Randomskk> nn
[02:42] <griffonbot> Received email: "[UKHAS] iHAB-9 Launch - Recap"
[02:52] <Darkside> wait
[02:52] <Darkside> they launched without telemetry?
[02:53] <arko> do it live
[02:55] <arko> you can just look up and chase it, no big deal
[02:55] <Darkside> totally
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[06:52] <Maxell> mattbrejza: I'm about to Dutchify /rtty_modem/blob/master/habmodem/res/values/strings.xml
[06:53] <Maxell> Wat do
[06:54] <Upu> are you on github Maxell ?
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[06:56] <yonas> Hi folks
[06:56] <Upu> morning
[06:58] <Maxell> hey
[06:59] <yonas> Is there any opensource or clear math for flight prediction software?
[07:00] <Upu> https://github.com/ukhas/cusf-standalone-predictor
[07:03] <costyn> morning all
[07:03] <costyn> Upu: does that also contain the hourly predictor? or is that somewhere else?
[07:04] <costyn> ah nevemrind
[07:04] <costyn> I see that it does
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[07:07] <arko> morning
[07:07] <arko> errr, one more hour till morning
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[07:38] <costyn> arko: did you get your hourly predcitor set up on ubuntu?
[07:39] <costyn> (just reading some backlogs, want to set up my own)
[07:39] <arko> yep
[07:39] <arko> lots of help from Daniel Richman
[07:39] <arko> I think chris also made a tutorial
[07:40] <daveake> Isn't someone making a VM?
[07:40] <arko> was...
[07:40] <daveake> oh
[07:40] <arko> at least i was
[07:40] <arko> then i got side tracked, not sure if anyone else is
[07:40] <daveake> Someone yesterday was talking about one
[07:40] <arko> i have a full dev environment if someone wants that vm
[07:40] <arko> buttload of tools
[07:40] <arko> predictor and hourly
[07:41] <costyn> arko: what was the goal of the vm?
[07:41] <costyn> arko: I mean, for public use?
[07:41] <costyn> or... ?
[07:41] <arko> im using it to add a few features to the predictor
[07:41] <arko> i made the vm for myself with plans to make it public, but the way it looks now, they are rewriting all of this
[07:41] <arko> so im not sure how useful it will be for long
[07:42] <arko> plus i dont want to throw anything out there without some permission or something
[07:42] <arko> etc etc
[07:42] <costyn> arko: the code is gpl
[07:42] <costyn> or do you mean something else?
[07:43] <arko> i dont know actually
[07:43] <arko> heh
[07:44] <arko> plus, the current vm isn't working very fast
[07:44] <arko> i added a feature that checks ground altitude on the way down
[07:45] <arko> it's slow, gonna optimize and clean it up
[07:45] <daveake> Fround altitude would be handy. My flight last week landed 300+m up and could have been 800
[07:45] <daveake> G
[07:45] <arko> yeah, uk is like 0m altitude :P
[07:46] <arko> so it works there
[07:46] <daveake> Nah that's Denmark :)
[07:46] <daveake> and Holland :)
[07:46] <costyn> arko: sounds like useful features. you could submit patches to the dev team
[07:46] <arko> but here with the mohave and other mountains, the predictor could be off
[07:46] <arko> but the overall error is pretty big as is
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[07:46] <arko> yeah, i hope to as soon as this school quarter is done
[07:47] <costyn> daveake: living in a country as flat as a pancake has it's advantages, but usually it's really boring
[07:48] <daveake> + Being able to cycle everywhere
[07:48] <daveake> + being able to pick up landed payloads miles away
[07:48] <daveake> - boring
[07:48] <arko> oh man
[07:48] <arko> i wish i could bike
[07:49] <arko> pasadena is like 100% mountain
[07:49] <arko> i hate cycling because of it
[07:50] <arko> it ends up being painful most of the time and you dont get to enjoy it
[07:50] <arko> :<
[07:50] <arko> i also sweat too much
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[08:48] <arko> ermergerd
[08:48] <arko> im wayyy to close to buying a commodore 64 right now
[08:48] <arko> i must hold back, but it's in such nice shape
[08:48] <fsphil> aaah good things
[08:48] <fsphil> go on
[08:48] <fsphil> it wants a good home
[08:49] <arko> we dont have demoscenes here :(
[08:49] <fsphil> READY.
[08:49] <arko> ERRRR
[08:49] <arko> DONT TEMPT ME BRO
[08:49] <arko> dont
[08:49] <arko> must not
[08:49] <arko> errr
[08:49] <costyn> :D
[08:49] <costyn> It's only money dude
[08:49] <arko> worth it
[08:49] <arko> it's the best shape i've ever seen it
[08:49] <costyn> totally
[08:50] <arko> even has memory expansion
[08:50] <arko> which i dont get where it goes
[08:50] <arko> but whatevs
[08:51] <arko> oh it's an REU
[08:51] <arko> makes sense now
[08:51] <costyn> whats a REU?
[08:51] <arko> RAM Extention Unit
[08:52] <fsphil> I don't know anything that uses that
[08:52] <arko> eh, it might be helpful for demos later
[08:52] <arko> i want to do this forsure http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4GWheE4Gkw
[08:52] <arko> so crazy
[08:53] <arko> Mahoney is cray
[08:54] <fsphil> can't watch yet, will check out shortly
[08:54] <fsphil> my only demo so far is really silly. and 40 bytes long
[08:55] <costyn> arko: pretty coolvideo
[08:55] <costyn> arko: seriously all done on a C64?
[08:55] <arko> yeah
[08:55] <arko> the dude hack the hell out of that
[08:55] <costyn> unbelievable
[08:55] <fsphil> you'd be amazed at what people are doing on it
[08:55] <arko> found bugs and all
[08:56] <arko> fsphil: seriously right?
[08:56] <fsphil> I'm messing around with putting sprites into the border atm
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[08:56] <arko> http://www.livet.se/mahoney/c64-files/Cubase64_White_Paper_by_Pex_Mahoney_Tufvesson.pdf
[08:56] <fsphil> it's amazing they even found the bugs that allow it
[08:56] <arko> chck that out
[08:57] <arko> :)
[08:57] <arko> i forget, i need to read it again, but he used the video memory to store stuff
[08:57] <arko> i forget the exact
[09:00] <arko> i love this stuff
[09:00] <arko> sometimes, i just wish i grew up in that era
[09:00] <fsphil> it's all shared memory
[09:00] <arko> :(
[09:00] <fsphil> my demo was typed into the top row of the screen, and executed directly from it
[09:00] <fsphil> nice trick on the c64 is that all 256 characters can be typed in from the keyboard
[09:01] <fsphil> so you can type in assembly code directly
[09:01] <fsphil> and execute straight from the screen
[09:01] <arko> yeah
[09:01] <arko> very cool
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[09:03] <arko> "So, we have to fool the SID chip to play samples, even though it only has the means of playing either a continuous triangle waveform, sawtooth waveform, pulse-width waveform or noise waveform. This is done by using the triangle waveform, resetting the oscillator with an undocumented testbit originally implemented for factory testing, setting the accumulator frequency to change the increment speed of the accumulator, and then after an exact number of clock cyc
[09:03] <arko> les enable the triangle waveform output just briefly, practically emulating a sample-and-hold filter that will keep the analog output fixed at a certain voltage. This requires 4 SID register writes, which will use"
[09:04] <fsphil> oh sweet
[09:04] <arko> yeah
[09:04] <arko> freakin wicked
[09:04] <costyn> unbelievable, the skillz! :)
[09:04] <arko> theres more
[09:04] <fsphil> I thought they tweaked the volume register to play samples
[09:04] <arko> that pdf has everything
[09:10] <HixServer> CentOS on VMplayer, is it purely terminal or should there be a gui?
[09:12] <fsphil> depends how you installed it
[09:13] <HixServer> I'll have another look, using chrisstubs' image for the hourly
[09:13] <fsphil> he probably used the minimal install
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[09:14] <HixServer> right o, I'll have a scout around in terminal and see what I can achieve
[09:22] <costyn> HixServer: link please? :)
[09:23] <HixServer> for the image?
[09:23] <costyn> yea
[09:23] <HixServer> sec, I'll have to look in the logs
[09:26] <HixServer> costyn, PM
[09:26] <costyn> HixServer: thx
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[09:59] <mattbrejza> Maxell: thanks, the easiest way is to translate and then email to me
[09:59] <mattbrejza> when i finally get round to a 'about' page ill put translation credits in :)
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[10:05] <Maxell> yeah, but I think it needs a review. Or at least some menu to set it back to English if you don't like it to be Dutch.
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[10:05] <mattbrejza> well android uses the language of your device to decide on what language
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[10:39] <mfa298> HixWork: I think looking at the notes chrissstubbs made he disabled the gui in the vm.
[10:40] <griffonbot> Received email: Steve Aerospace "[UKHAS] Launch Announcement - XABEN41 - Tuesday 18th February - Worcestershire"
[10:41] <fsphil> you can reinstall it easily enough
[10:42] <mfa298> from what I remember in the notes he just changed the default runlevel in inittab.
[10:44] <mfa298> I didn't even comment on that in my notes as my default build is fairly minimal, no point in installing stuff you don't need.
[10:46] <Maxell> mattbrejza: yeah, and thats the problem. If someone doesn't like the way *I* translated it, they can onle use Dutch.
[10:53] <mattbrejza> are you a native speaker?
[10:53] <costyn> Maxell: I'm sure it'll be ok... do you want me to take a look whe you're done?
[10:53] <costyn> mattbrejza: he is yes
[10:56] <mattbrejza> your dutch will be better than someone who doesnt speak english well trying to work out the app
[10:57] <mattbrejza> there are a few strings that havnt been added to that strings.xml file yet, but theyre only one word things
[10:57] <Maxell> Ah, yeah. I'll put online what I have so far.
[10:58] <mattbrejza> thanks
[11:02] <Maxell> costyn: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/4976619
[11:02] <Maxell> Thats what I have so far. I'd preffer English, as my phone has the langue set.
[11:02] <costyn> Maxell: yea most geeks do I think
[11:03] <costyn> Maxell: link doesn't work
[11:03] <Maxell> Most HAB-fans do, I think.
[11:03] <Maxell> It says "public" here.
[11:04] <mattbrejza> thanks, ill add it later when im at home
[11:04] <costyn> Maxell: works now
[11:04] <Maxell> It's not yet done!
[11:04] <mattbrejza> i know, but then if someone wnats to continue they can start where you left off
[11:05] <costyn> Maxell: dude, roepletter?
[11:05] <costyn> :)
[11:05] <Maxell> Yes, thats the Dutch word for Callsign.
[11:05] <costyn> realY!?
[11:05] <costyn> omg
[11:06] <Maxell> I looked it up at Agentschap Telecom. I don't like Dutch :(
[11:06] <costyn> Maxell: thats horrific
[11:06] <Maxell> lol, Dutch
[11:06] <costyn> fuck Dutch
[11:06] <costyn> stupid clumsy language
[11:06] <Maxell> Hmm, gist doesn't allow me to edit the file anymore. Lets see if I can upload a new revision.
[11:11] <Laurenceb> http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/looflirpa/igrill.shtml
[11:12] <daveake> Does it have special settings for Tesco Value burgers?
[11:13] <Darkside> horse meat?
[11:15] <HixWork> mfa298, got it sorted ta.
[11:15] <HixWork> Just need to work out how to access the vm from external machines nowe
[11:15] <gonzo_> really? Cooking with 5watts max?
[11:15] <HixWork> can see it on server using the VM ip in chrome
[11:15] <HixWork> forwarded ports on router but cant see externally now
[11:15] <HixWork> but it's running
[11:16] <HixWork> so just need to play with it and customise it for my launch locn
[11:16] <daveake> gonzo_ It says it charges capacitors ....
[11:16] <gonzo_> saw pics of a USB coffee maker. The guy had hald a dozen 4port usp cards in the pc to power it.
[11:16] <mfa298> setting up nat, always a fun exercise :p
[11:16] <daveake> hah
[11:16] <gonzo_> wondered why not just take the 5v off the pc psu direct
[11:17] <gonzo_> or even use..... mains?
[11:17] <daveake> Or, now here's a thing, why not make a 240V heater ...?
[11:17] <Maxell> gonzo_: with a piece of bacon on it, right?
[11:17] <costyn> gonzo_: mains? pfff... that is so last decade.
[11:18] <gonzo_> the whole usb power idea give me the willies anyway.
[11:18] <daveake> I don't think even my Pi payloads have anough power to cook the pre-launch bacon rolls
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[11:18] <gonzo_> mains! I'm still cooking on gas (and meths)
[11:19] <Maxell> http://static.neatorama.com/images/2006-08/usb-bbq.jpg
[11:19] <mattbrejza> noone noticed the little image at the bottom of the page?
[11:19] <daveake> :)
[11:20] <costyn> mattbrejza: aha
[11:21] <HixWork> so NAT is the key to thius thing then right?
[11:21] <HixWork> this
[11:21] <costyn> HixWork: do you have it running in a private network now?
[11:22] <HixWork> yup - its fine, but no access externally from any other machine
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[11:22] <mfa298> NAT is what you'll be configuring on your adsl router to make it available externally.
[11:22] <mfa298> i.e. the forwarded ports.
[11:23] <HixWork> well i've set port 3400 TCP and UDP to device [VM] but nothing
[11:23] <HixWork> set rules in firewall to open port 3400 too
[11:23] <mfa298> do you mean port 3400 external to 3400 internal (or 80 internal)
[11:24] <mfa298> the VM is probably listening on tcp/80 (standard web port)
[11:24] <HixWork> ahh, i need to set 3400 external to 80 internal then?
[11:24] <mfa298> that would be my guess
[11:24] <HixWork> give it a go
[11:24] <mfa298> should only need tcp
[11:30] <HixWork> got it, and it had changed its IP to ....64 on restart, need to assign static to VM for future
[11:33] <HixWork> grrr hosting co take ages to apply URL changes
[11:33] <HixWork> but should be up soon
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[11:41] <Maxell> mattbrejza: Ok- I can fork the repo of rtty_modem. But editing the strings file it replaces the English one.
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[11:43] <mattbrejza> you should create a new file at values-nl/strings.xml
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[11:44] <Elwell> Upu: thinking of getting a max-6 - is the availability on your store about right? (assembled 3.3v one)
[11:46] <UpuWork> hi Elwell
[11:46] <UpuWork> yeah got those in stock
[11:46] <UpuWork> if you do an order in 5 mins will ship today
[11:46] <Elwell> cool. May also add in an RF module so I can do some APRS stuff later
[11:46] <UpuWork> off to the post office in 15 mins
[11:47] <Elwell> 145.175 for .au right?
[11:47] <UpuWork> yep
[11:47] <Darkside> heh
[11:48] <Darkside> yes
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[12:03] <HixWork> she's up and runnig http://flight-predictor.widerimage.co.uk/
[12:04] <Maxell> mattbrejza: https://github.com/OctopusKat/rtty_modem/commit/abf776d7eadf405d09eebc1df0aa4fe56977db87
[12:04] <Maxell> Thats not all. :P
[12:04] <Maxell> costyn: mind quickly check it for any obvious errors?
[12:07] <mattbrejza> :D thanks
[12:20] <HixWork> any ideas on this? editing config.inc.php in vi terminal but when i type :q nothing happens
[12:20] <HixWork> also :q!
[12:20] <HixWork> they usually work or is this a centos thing
[12:21] <Randomskk> that should be okay
[12:21] <Randomskk> do you see any errors or messages
[12:21] <Randomskk> you might have a particular vim config that remaps : for instance
[12:21] <Randomskk> (personally I have ; remap to : and v.v. to save pressing shift so often)
[12:21] <cuddykid> HixWork: is it fairly easy to get it working?
[12:21] <HixWork> I've used a vm image
[12:22] <Brace> HixWork: use nano instead of vim if you're having problems with it
[12:22] <Brace> much easier to use :D
[12:22] <HixWork> how do i escape from vi though
[12:22] <HixWork> im trapped :/
[12:22] <Randomskk> haha
[12:22] <Randomskk> #1 top vim question ever
[12:22] <Randomskk> are you in insert mode
[12:22] <Randomskk> what happens when you type :q
[12:22] <HixWork> yeah
[12:22] <Randomskk> just press escape to leave insert mode
[12:22] <HixWork> it just sits there taunting me with :q on the screen
[12:23] <Randomskk> you need to press enter after :q too
[12:23] <Randomskk> so press escape a couple of times then press : and then q and then enter
[12:23] <Randomskk> you might have to :q! if you have made unsaved changes
[12:23] <Brace> as the others have said, hammer esc a bunch to times to ensure you're definitely in command mode
[12:23] <HixWork> yup got it, thanks
[12:23] <HixWork> got all claustrophobic in there L)
[12:24] <Brace> HixWork: it's a linux rite of passage to get stuck in a text editor
[12:25] <HixWork> i've been there before, but remembered :q!
[12:25] <HixWork> forgot esc though
[12:25] <HixWork> :q! is something you'll never forget
[12:28] <mfa298> best one I've had was using a a proper serial console where we opened up vi to edit a file and then found there was no esc key on the keyboard.
[12:29] <Laurenceb> dude, use nano
[12:30] Action: mfa298 waits for someone to suggest emacs
[12:30] <daveake> edlin
[12:30] <Brace> a butterfly
[12:35] <fsphil> direct neural interface
[12:36] <HixWork> my console has limited window, how do i get ps -ef to pause until i hit a key to scroll
[12:36] <Brace> | less
[12:36] <daveake> | more
[12:36] <fsphil> | just enough
[12:36] <HixWork> ta
[12:36] <mfa298> | less
[12:36] <daveake> lol
[12:37] <HixWork> | thanks
[12:37] <fsphil> put that in your pipe and pipe it
[12:37] <mfa298> or install putty and ssh into the vm and you can scroll the window
[12:37] <daveake> hose | ban
[12:38] <fsphil> it's been the wettest winter in ages, you totally won't have those for weeks yet
[12:38] <daveake> It'll be the wrong sort of rain
[12:38] <mfa298> nah, there'll probably be a ban because the ground is too wet
[12:39] <HixWork> putty, plan mfa298
[12:39] <LazyLeopard> They'll declare a drought again...
[12:40] <HixWork> pi'd p|r
[12:42] <mfa298> putty is usually around the 2nd thing I install (straight after something thats not IE)
[12:42] <daveake> good plan
[12:42] <daveake> I only ever run IE to download its replacement
[12:42] <fsphil> isn't that was it's designed for?
[12:42] <fsphil> what*
[12:43] <daveake> Hope so
[12:43] <mfa298> I think that's the only reason it's still in windows
[12:43] <fsphil> the firefox downloader
[12:43] <daveake> It can just about manage that
[12:44] <fsphil> the browser ballet thing was handy for that, until they accidently on purpose removed it
[12:45] <HixWork> IE is like the fire escape, it's there to use to get out in an emergency
[12:45] <fsphil> ballot
[12:45] <fsphil> it's not a dance
[12:45] <daveake> Use In Extremis
[12:45] <HixWork> putty hasd made things all puurdy again, i can use mouse to select and less tabbing
[12:45] <daveake> Yeah putty is a nice little tool
[12:45] <fsphil> someone should totally do a Browser Ballet
[12:46] <HixWork> didn't think to use it fo rthe VM though cheers mfa298
[12:46] <HixWork> right liunch bbl
[12:46] <HixWork> lunch
[12:46] <daveake> Anyone who clicks the IE button then gets asked questions about their sanity
[12:46] <mfa298> it can also act as a serial console (useful for testing out gps etc)
[12:46] <daveake> yup
[12:46] <daveake> So kinda like HyperTerm
[12:47] <daveake> except it works
[12:47] <fsphil> there are not too many good terminal programs for linux
[12:48] <mfa298> I've tended to use minicom for serial access from linux (but remove most of it's default strings)
[12:48] <fsphil> I really don't like minicom
[12:48] <fsphil> it seems so awkward and icky
[12:49] <fsphil> just old I think
[12:49] <mfa298> It's been good enough for what I've wanted.
[12:49] <fsphil> I used gtkterm for a while but it's got quite a few bugs
[12:49] <Laurenceb> fsphil: screen
[12:49] <fsphil> screen can connect to serial ports
[12:49] <Laurenceb> heh
[12:50] <mfa298> but I've not used it that often. it's usually only when I've mucked up the router/wireless config horribly
[12:50] <fsphil> haha yea
[12:50] <mfa298> I've got a feeling there's a putty port for linux although it's not something I've ever tried.
[12:50] <fsphil> think you're right
[12:51] <mfa298> I hardly ever install a gui on linux - ssh is a good enough gui for what I do :D
[12:52] <daveake> All my Linux machines are either servers or trackers, so I don't use GUIs on them either
[12:52] <daveake> Well, the servers do have webmin
[13:03] <mfa298> nice headline on the bbc news: BBC news disrupted due to strike action.
[13:03] <mfa298> obviously not that disrupted or I'd be looking at a test pattern
[13:04] <fsphil> the question is, who wrote the story about the strike
[13:04] <LazyLeopard> Heh. No "Today" on Radio 4 this morning, though.
[13:04] <fsphil> it's just the journalists that are striking
[13:04] <LazyLeopard> Whole bunch of repeats instead...
[13:05] <fsphil> so they'll still be on the air
[13:05] <fsphil> though Test Card F is better than a lot of those home improvement shows
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[13:13] <HixWork> putty for unix http://goo.gl/n0IcT
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[13:32] <griffonbot> Received email: "Re : [UKHAS] Launch Announcement - XABEN41 - Tuesday 18th February - Worcestershire"
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[13:37] <griffonbot> Received email: Steve Aerospace "Re: Re : [UKHAS] Launch Announcement - XABEN41 - Tuesday 18th February - Worcestershire"
[13:39] <HixWork> for the hourtly, where am i looking to change the settings for location and ascent etc?
[13:42] <gonzo_> I've only just gone back to having the radio in the car. If the today prog has gone, it's back to CDs for me then
[13:44] <NigelMoby> hixwork .. file called scenario-template.json
[13:44] <HixWork> cool, there's been a lot of cd, ls, vi going on here :)
[13:44] <HixWork> thxx
[13:45] <NigelMoby> heh I put mine in the root dir of the web part can't remember if that's the default location...
[13:47] <cuddykid> anyone know why it's throwing these cmake errors (compiling pred_source for hourly)? http://pastebin.com/YRS6ZYYc
[13:48] <fsphil> that was the one bit I didn't have any errors with
[13:48] <cuddykid> haha
[13:49] <Randomskk> cuddykid: it sounds like you don't have make installed
[13:49] <Randomskk> if ubuntu be sure to apt-get install build-essential
[13:49] <cuddykid> Randomskk: that could indeed be it, silly me
[13:49] <Randomskk> actually
[13:49] <mfa298> I think I did a cmake -G "Unix Makefiles"
[13:49] <Randomskk> well I mean, yes
[13:49] <mfa298> rather than just cmake
[13:50] <Randomskk> I didn't know the predictor even used cmake, lol
[13:50] <Randomskk> shows how much attention I pay
[13:50] <Randomskk> that said I'm sure I've compiled it before >_>
[13:51] <cuddykid> worked :)
[13:51] <cuddykid> thakns
[13:51] <NigelMoby> build-essential ftw :)
[13:52] <fsphil> essential
[13:52] <fsphil> for building
[13:52] <NigelMoby> :p
[13:52] <NigelMoby> normally the first package I install
[13:54] <cuddykid> I'm guessing it's best to place everything in www/hourly_or_whatever ?
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[13:54] <fsphil> personal preference
[13:57] <Elwell> (or for the non debian 'yum groupinstall development-tools' and perhaps fedora-packager
[13:58] <NigelMoby> ah keep forgetting about group install
[13:58] <fsphil> it's handy
[13:58] <NigelMoby> yup
[13:59] <fsphil> though I usually just install gcc and make, then work from there
[14:02] <NigelMoby> a lot of work going on for gcc alternatives lately.
[14:08] <cuddykid> oh, I'm silly, thought the "standalone predictor" was the hourly one.. oops
[14:10] <HixWork> I need to run the two cron files when I change the scenario-template.json yes
[14:11] <HixWork> cron/cron/clear-pydap-cache-cronjob.sh
[14:11] <HixWork> & cron/purge-predictions-cronjob.sh
[14:11] <NigelMoby> just run the combined cron
[14:11] <NigelMoby> fetch-run
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[14:21] <cuddykid> should the "grabdata-cronjob.sh" take ages to execute?
[14:21] <cuddykid> been going about 5mins now
[14:21] <craag> cuddykid: Takes about 45 minutes on my server..
[14:21] <cuddykid> oh :P
[14:21] <UpuWork> oh yeah takes ages
[14:22] <UpuWork> go do something else
[14:22] <cuddykid> mine is slow and has a poor internet connection so will probably take all day!
[14:23] <mattbrejza> craag: run on linuxproj, much faster :P
[14:23] <Hibby> or stick in screen and forget?
[14:24] <NigelMoby> screen it and make lunch
[14:24] <Hibby> good thinking nige
[14:24] <NigelMoby> heh hey hibster
[14:24] <Hibby> how goes?
[14:24] <NigelMoby> all good, you?
[14:24] <HixWork> NigelMoby, not sure what you meant with fetch-run
[14:25] <craag> mattbrejza: Might have to give that a go, but the wireless society also have an ecs vm now, I might set it up on there.
[14:25] <Hibby> not bad, mad busy at work these days, so less daytime irc!
[14:25] <NigelMoby> might be a newer ver but mine has a fetch-run.sh that does it all.
[14:25] <mattbrejza> yea that might be better, it wont get wiped over the summer also
[14:25] <HixWork> ok , I'll look.
[14:25] <craag> mm.
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[14:26] <NigelMoby> sucks hib!
[14:27] <mattbrejza> the last run of mine took 33mins on a 300Mb/s connection cuddykid
[14:27] <mattbrejza> so expect to wait
[14:27] <HixWork> in my /opt/cusf-landing-prediction/web/hourly-predictions/cusf-standalone-predictor/cron
[14:27] <HixWork> i only have clear-pydap-cache-cronjob.sh crontab-example prune-predictions-cronjob.sh
[14:27] <mfa298> I'm not sure that the downloading is the issue, it's the work it does on the downloaded files that takes a while.
[14:27] <cuddykid> oh wow mattbrejza!
[14:28] <mattbrejza> it is normally a bit quicker (like 20mins)
[14:28] <cuddykid> my poor thing only has 2gb of ram and about a 1.5Mb/s dl
[14:28] <mattbrejza> this is in a VM mind you
[14:28] Action: HixWork nervously considers his 1.5Mbps connection
[14:28] <mattbrejza> you can see how far its getting by the temp files it creates
[14:29] <mattbrejza> the pc is also a quad i7 with 4GB for the VM
[14:29] <Brace> HixWork: if you want to know how long a command takes to work
[14:29] <Brace> use the 'time' command
[14:29] <cuddykid> nice mattbrejza - one of the HP N40Ls here
[14:30] <Brace> eg 'time script.sh'
[14:30] <mattbrejza> we need a list of hourlys on the wiki
[14:30] <mfa298> I probably ought to watch my vm's cpu/memory usage as it runs and see what it hits
[14:30] <Brace> and run it in screen or ideally, use byobu, as that's easier to use
[14:31] <craag> I run it on a VPS with 512MB ram, a 400MHz CPU-share and a 100Mb/s internet connection (tested). The predictions only take about 8 minutes, it's the downloading that takes ages.
[14:32] <mattbrejza> craag: where is your launch location set to?
[14:32] <mfa298> I've just got it all in cron and forget about it now.
[14:32] <mattbrejza> also noaa might limit download speed, so it might not be as bad on a bad connection
[14:32] <craag> Ermm not sure at the moment, have't been using it. Was about to set it up for SHARP.
[14:33] <NigelMoby> would be good if you could specify a diff template aswell via the browser url
[14:34] <mfa298> NigelMoby: I was thinking the same thing.
[14:34] <mattbrejza> if i could be bothered (with i cant) it would run for lots of sites rather than everyone who wants an hourly setting it up for themselves
[14:34] <mfa298> sounds like another thing to add to the list to think about doing
[14:34] <NigelMoby> yup
[14:35] <NigelMoby> mattbrejz good plan, have a web form that does params for the template and spits out a unique url...or something...
[14:36] <mfa298> although I keep wondering how much to do with the prediction stuff as I thought there were plans to overhaul the whole lot.
[14:37] <mattbrejza> someone elses job, i have enough programming to do atm
[14:37] <craag> mattbrejza: Mine's now set up for the SHARP site near Evesham, won't run again til 1600 though.
[14:38] <mattbrejza> persumably the new forest is too unreliable for them?
[14:38] <HixWork> mattbrejza, the wiki is lackng on info for hourly
[14:39] <craag> Yeah, I think they had issues with getting NOTAMs for it. and of course the wind is in the wrong direction at the moment.
[14:39] <mattbrejza> indeed, but most of the uk must be covered by now
[14:39] <mattbrejza> craag: really? we had no issues for it :/
[14:39] <mattbrejza> but yea wind
[14:39] <mattbrejza> however it either will land on land of it wont most of the time
[14:39] <mattbrejza> you cant really overshoot land like in cam
[14:41] <craag> I'm not exactly sure, haven't had much to do with it, Andrew's been helping them out. I'm hoping to possibly piggyback my 868 on their next flight though.
[14:41] <mattbrejza> protip: have it seperate to their box so they cant moan at you for jamming their gps if something goes wrong
[14:42] <craag> Yes, it will be very seperate. at least 5 metres of cord I'm thinking! Plus there's also their uplink to jam.
[14:43] <cuddykid> damn - connection to server has been dropped because of my inactivity - is there anyway to tell when the grabdata cron is complete? If not, I'll just leave it an hour or so
[14:43] <mattbrejza> look at when web/hourly is updated with ls -l
[14:43] <daveake> ps -ef and look for it?
[14:44] <cuddykid> cheers
[14:44] <daveake> or ps -ef | grep grabdata
[14:45] <mattbrejza> btw craag did you see if usb soundcards work with android and hte app?
[14:46] <craag> mattbrejza: I took a look. But it seems you have to build libusb into the app? I got a 'USB Sound Tether Test' app that worked with the USB soundcard, but nothing extra shows up in system settings and your app doesn't seem to recognise it.
[14:47] <craag> The 'USB Sound Tether Test App' claimed to use libusb to talk to the soundcard directly.
[14:47] <mattbrejza> hmm ok
[14:47] <mattbrejza> i was under the impression souncards were supposed to be supported by the kernel and so work with whatever wanted audio
[14:47] <mattbrejza> would seem not
[14:48] <costyn> is there a prediction for Steve's launch tommorow? Any ideas which direction it'll be heading?
[14:48] <craag> I'm just about to head out now, but I'll take another look later.
[14:49] <mattbrejza> thanks for tryign anyway
[14:49] <mattbrejza> laters
[14:49] <mattbrejza> costyn: south and east a little
[14:49] <costyn> mattbrejza: ok thanks
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[14:57] <W0OTM> Howdy
[14:58] <x-f> many habpoints for getting back a picture like this - http://www.atoptics.co.uk/highsky/nacim8.htm
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[15:07] <costyn> x-f: very nice
[15:08] <Penfold> tasty
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[15:32] <Elwell> speaking of habpics, anyone know if the moon-above-clouds background on osx is photoshopped together or a pic from somewhere?
[15:34] <UpuWork> probably photoshopped let me show you what it does look like
[15:34] <Elwell> http://news.softpedia.com/newsImage/Download-the-Awesome-OS-X-Mountain-Lion-Wallpapers-2.jpg/
[15:34] <UpuWork> http://ava.upuaut.net/files/IMG_6480_stitch.jpg
[15:34] <UpuWork> yeah thats complete crap
[15:34] <UpuWork> note dot top left
[15:34] <UpuWork> zoom in
[15:34] <UpuWork> thats the moon
[15:35] <mattbrejza> did you work out if that dot is a star or a hot pixel UpuWork ?
[15:35] <UpuWork> well
[15:35] <UpuWork> Everyone decided it was a duff pixel
[15:36] <UpuWork> but it doesn't occur in any other image
[15:36] <UpuWork> its bright though
[15:36] <mattbrejza> also its brighter than the moon
[15:36] <UpuWork> yep
[15:36] <NigeyS> UpuWork, easy way to check, load up stellarium and set the date to the date of the image
[15:36] <UpuWork> 1/10/11 @ 14:45
[15:36] <Elwell> 's a nice pic upu - what's the river?
[15:36] <daveake> Actual moon image http://www.daveakerman.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Buzz-Moon-2-1024x576.jpg
[15:37] <UpuWork> River Thames
[15:37] <Elwell> ah K - so looking southwestish
[15:38] <UpuWork> the big gap is the English Channel
[15:38] <daveake> Too big :p
[15:38] <Elwell> yeah I guessed once you said it was the thames :-)
[15:38] <NigeyS> if thats not a duff pixel, it could possibly be a planet or a star, if its a planet, likely jupiter.
[15:39] <Elwell> deathstar...
[15:39] <NigeyS> lol
[15:39] <UpuWork> I don't think its dead pixels
[15:39] <UpuWork> as its shaded
[15:40] <daveake> They're normally coloured for a start
[15:40] <NigeyS> yup
[15:40] <NigeyS> have you got a telem string for about that time ?
[15:42] <UpuWork> http://i.imgur.com/fAfJaEe.jpg
[15:42] <UpuWork> dead pixel ?
[15:42] <UpuWork> no telemetry
[15:42] <UpuWork> but I could dig out the original image
[15:44] <UpuWork> http://i.imgur.com/psNWl4g.jpg
[15:44] <UpuWork> thats raw
[15:44] <Elwell> does the EXIF have an altitude field?
[15:44] <UpuWork> no
[15:44] <UpuWork> let me go have a look and see if I can find the original un-altered image
[15:44] <UpuWork> may take me a while as it did 8000 images :)
[15:44] <mattbrejza> i tend to add lat/long/alt to photos after launch using gps data though
[15:45] <daveake> I was thinking of getting my Pi tracker to do that as the photos are taken
[15:46] <Elwell> yeah - typical issue with vendors doing their own versions of the standard
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[15:48] <HixWork> any idea why su can't chmod 777 /system/apps on an android phone?
[15:48] <HixWork> trying to install the stock FM tuner apk but keep srefusing
[15:48] <mattbrejza> theres a program to which i forget the name that takes a gpx and a folder of images and writes the exif data
[15:49] <HixWork> need radio at work as streaming contrnt is banned
[15:49] <UpuWork> its a dead pixel :)
[15:50] <UpuWork> if I flick through raw images it doesn't move
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[15:53] <NigeyS> dam those dead pixels, wouldve been nice to pick up a planet
[15:55] <UpuWork> it was a bit too bright
[15:55] <UpuWork> it was that flight where the camera jammed the GPS and it ended up in the sea
[15:55] <NigeyS> ah
[15:55] <NigeyS> the smelly box flight lol
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[16:03] <eroomde> yo
[16:03] <Elwell> mattbrejza: yeah I've used it with openstreetmap
[16:04] <UpuWork> afternoon eroomde
[16:04] <mattbrejza> :)
[16:04] <mattbrejza> launch tomorrow
[16:04] <Elwell> mattbrejza: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Geotagging_Source_Photos#Geotagging_photos_from_a_GPS_tracklog
[16:05] <eroomde> afternoon UpuWork
[16:05] <eroomde> 2 exciting things which are relatively exciting if plotted on a log scale
[16:05] <eroomde> one, 2nd monitor arrives tomorrow
[16:05] <mattbrejza> oh i thought you were refering to someithng else Elwell , but havnt seen that before
[16:05] <eroomde> 2, we've just figured out a plan for getting to a tehtered hovering test of gyroc
[16:05] <Elwell> can't see the one I think I used
[16:05] <mattbrejza> i used the top (gpicsync)
[16:23] <Laurenceb> http://www.gadgetsandgear.com/flying-fuck.html
[16:23] <fsphil> nah
[16:23] Action: fsphil passes
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[16:24] <fsphil> anyone here working on a payload with callsign ARIEL1? (Not the satellite :)
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[16:51] <NigeyS> ello jcoxon
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[16:58] <jcoxon> hi NigeyS
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[17:15] <cuddykid> right - last step - how do I go about routing a request to http://myserver.com/hourly -> /opt/cusf_&../web ? I'm guessing something in the httpd.conf file but can't find what to write :/
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[17:17] <NigeyS> create an alias in httpd.conf
[17:17] <cuddykid> cheers :)
[17:22] <mfa298> cuddykid: if you're still stuck I've got some of my httpd.conf on http://hab.yapd.net/setup.html
[17:23] <mfa298> although there might be more in there than you need.
[17:24] <cuddykid> thanks - I kind of have it working now :P
[17:24] <cuddykid> well.. it's displaying the map, but no box or prediction data :S
[17:25] <mfa298> have you run the script to generate the predictions
[17:26] <cuddykid> yeah
[17:26] <cuddykid> oops, wrong directory
[17:26] <cuddykid> now it works! woo
[17:26] <cuddykid> http://panther.acudworth.co.uk/hourly/hourly-predictions/
[17:27] <cuddykid> today looks good
[17:27] <cuddykid> would've been perfect
[17:28] <mfa298> and end of the week you could try for the same tree as bonzo4 (almost)
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[17:54] <SpeedEvil> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3utt2Y5aH0 massive tool porn
[17:56] <gonzo_> did you really mean that!!
[17:57] <SpeedEvil> it has hot steamy action
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[18:02] <Hix> so, my hourly is running, got the lat long updated. What do I need to do to maintain it?
[18:03] <mattbrejza> water it weekly
[18:03] <mattbrejza> prune in the winter
[18:03] <mfa298> as long as there's a cron job to keep it updated you're probably mostly there.
[18:04] <Hix> mattbrejza: do i need a | or a watering can
[18:04] <Hix> mfa298: havnae got a clue about the cron job, how would I check?
[18:04] <mfa298> as chris used my notes the cron is probably done (look for /etc/cron.d/hab)
[18:05] <Hix> ok ta
[18:05] <mfa298> it's probably got a single line in it along the lines of:
[18:05] <mfa298> 30 */6 * * * root cd /opt/cusf-landing-prediction && ./scripts/fetch-run-cronjob.sh
[18:06] <mfa298> which says run it every 6 hours at 30mins past the hour (ie. 0030, 0630, 1230, 1830)
[18:07] <Hix> 0 */3 * * * root cd /opt/cusf-landing-prediction && ./scripts/fetch-run-cronjob.sh
[18:08] <Hix> so every 3 on the hour then.
[18:08] <Hix> might cut that back to 12 hours
[18:08] <mfa298> yep, although I think the gfs data only comes out 4 times a day.
[18:09] <Hix> hmm, i need to monitor when it runs and how long it takes, also how it hammers the home network
[18:09] <Hix> not fair to kill it for everyone
[18:09] <NigeyS> it wont hammer the network
[18:09] <Hix> 1.5Mbps?
[18:09] <mfa298> I think it's more cpu intensive than network intensive
[18:09] <NigeyS> the gfs files are only <300k each, and its dog slow at downloading them
[18:10] <Hix> ahh ok
[18:10] <Hix> it's a 1GHZ with 1Gb so should be ok no?
[18:11] <mfa298> my vm is set to 1vcpu and 768mb ram and I've not seen a problem
[18:11] <mfa298> but then I don't want it run
[18:11] <mfa298> although having just thougt about it and seeing as mine will run in ~20 mins I'll see what stats I can get from vmware
[18:12] <Hix> what was the time command for an .sh?
[18:12] <Hix> in *nix
[18:12] <Hix> Unix
[18:12] <NigeyS> well i have mine running on a 2.4gig p4 and 1 gig ram, ubuntu 12.04 and it peaks at .86 cpu when running
[18:12] <craag> mattbrejza: The USB DAC has to be supported by Android. It appears mine isn't, it's only a cheap $10 one.
[18:13] <mfa298> mattbrejza/ craag: I tried a couple of usb sound cards earlier (after seeing your comments) and android seems to see them but I cant find a way to use it as input.
[18:13] <craag> mfa298: Yeah the function seems designed for sound-out rather than sound-in.
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[18:14] <craag> mfa298: Jelly bean?
[18:14] <mfa298> craag: ics
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[18:14] <mattbrejza> the alternative is to use the usb interface classes and write the usb soundcard interface...
[18:14] <mattbrejza> but i dont fancy doing that
[18:14] <craag> Ah, jelly bean is the one that has support in the android system.
[18:15] <mattbrejza> and only audio out -> :(
[18:15] <craag> Yeah, probably a bit much for a narrow use case. I just need a better tablet!
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[18:15] <mfa298> from a quick google it looked like you might be able to select a different input via code but that might be more work.
[18:15] <mattbrejza> works on your phone though?
[18:16] <mattbrejza> well selecting a different input isnt too hard, its currently set to 'MIC'
[18:16] <craag> mattbrejza: Nope, still crashes.
[18:16] <mattbrejza> o really, i thought i fixed that
[18:16] <mattbrejza> what version are you running?
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[18:17] <craag> 0.6.3, updated about an hour ago.
[18:19] <mattbrejza> hmm, can you send a crash report, it might be something different
[18:19] <craag> mattbrejza: just done :)
[18:19] <mattbrejza> thanks
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[18:21] <mattbrejza> oh it is the same one
[18:21] <mattbrejza> off
[18:21] <mattbrejza> odd
[18:21] <mattbrejza> brb need to see to dinner
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[19:01] <NigeyS> hmm mattbrejza it doesnt like 425 shift :/
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[19:17] <mattbrejza> NigeyS: it should do, its probably something else
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[19:17] <mattbrejza> do you have a recording of the audio?
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[19:29] <NigeyS> mattbrejza, can get you 1, 2 secs..
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[19:44] <mattbrejza> craag: ive updated the apk in the dropbox, it might still crash, tbh im suprised it does as it is
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[19:46] <craag> mattbrejza: Still crashes :(
[19:48] <craag> I appear to have some crappy android hardware!
[19:48] <mattbrejza> even if the hardware is being weird it shouldnt crash like it does
[19:51] <mattbrejza> ok the one ive put up wont crash craag
[19:52] <mattbrejza> but ill be interested to see what the buffer size is (as displayed in the logs)
[19:53] <griffonbot> Received email: Turbine "[UKHAS] Where to launch in UK."
[19:54] <craag> buffer size 4096
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[19:54] <mattbrejza> is the baud set to 50 or 300?
[19:54] <craag> 300
[19:54] <mattbrejza> ok
[19:55] <Lunar_Lander> is anthony on?
[19:55] <mattbrejza> also wtf 4096? from the code: buffsize = Math.max(buffsize, 3000);
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[19:55] <craag> lol
[19:56] <craag> audio comes up on the waterfall :)
[19:57] <mattbrejza> i will be interested to see if it actually decodes, as something weird is happening
[19:57] <craag> hmm crashed after a while of trying to get it to decode
[19:57] <mattbrejza> can you send that? itll be different
[19:59] <mattbrejza> oh ive just seen how buffer ends up being 4096 (kinda)
[19:59] <craag> Can't send a report from an apk.
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[19:59] <mattbrejza> oh yea it wont let you as its not from the store
[19:59] <craag> Also hasn't crashed again, but can't get it to decode. (Using microphone in front of laptop speakers)
[20:00] <craag> decoded! :D
[20:00] <mattbrejza> so kinda working
[20:01] <craag> Yep, decoded successfully, came up with 7,2 data format.
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[20:01] <mattbrejza> but still crashes for unknown reasons
[20:02] <craag> Didn't crash that time..
[20:02] <mattbrejza> well when i next update the app on the store you can send the crash report
[20:02] <craag> yep
[20:04] <craag> Thanks for fixing it!
[20:04] <mattbrejza> its not really fixed :P
[20:05] <craag> Oh.. you stripped out some sanity check or?
[20:05] <mattbrejza> well the error is an out of bounds (or an array one)
[20:05] <mattbrejza> but i havnt worked out why it goes out of bounds
[20:06] <mattbrejza> so i just put a if (j < len){} check in
[20:06] <mclane> mattbrejza: I am trying your new app from Google play; is there a new version?
[20:06] <craag> Oh right, v weird..
[20:06] <mattbrejza> well theres one that has a minor bug fix you probably wont find mclane
[20:06] Action: craag => dinner.
[20:06] <mattbrejza> craag just has annoying devices :P
[20:07] <craag> :P
[20:07] <NigeyS> lol
[20:08] <Lunar_Lander> did someone compare the ublox GPS performing with an active and a passive antenna?
[20:08] <mclane> ok
[20:09] <mclane> stupid question: how can I move the green lines on the waterfall to match the signal?
[20:10] <mattbrejza> its automatic
[20:10] <mattbrejza> although a future version will have manual control
[20:10] <mclane> but it does not work
[20:10] <Lunar_Lander> wait
[20:10] <Lunar_Lander> green lines in dl-fldigi?
[20:10] <mattbrejza> it is a bit iffy still, but works for most
[20:10] <Lunar_Lander> isn't the cursor red?
[20:11] <mattbrejza> do you have a recording mclane ?
[20:11] <mattbrejza> Lunar_Lander: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.brejza.matt.habmodem
[20:11] <Lunar_Lander> ah
[20:11] <mclane> no
[20:11] <mattbrejza> are you playing through the mic? that tends to not work as well
[20:12] <griffonbot> Received email: SP9UOB "[UKHAS] Launch Announcement - Sunday 24th February - SPUTNIK-3,
[20:12] <Lunar_Lander> mattbrejza, so that is dl-fldigi for android?
[20:12] <mattbrejza> its not related to fldigi, its a completely new decoder
[20:12] <mattbrejza> but yea decoder and mapping for android
[20:12] <mclane> yes through the mic
[20:12] <Lunar_Lander> ah
[20:12] <Lunar_Lander> does it work like dl-fldigi?
[20:12] <mclane> I will have to look for a suitable cable
[20:13] <mattbrejza> yea unfortinetly the cable is the annoying thing here
[20:13] <Lunar_Lander> because one of my mates has a Samsung tablet with android and when he first asked about such a thing I told him that unfortunately dl-fldigi isn't for android
[20:13] <mattbrejza> Lunar_Lander: the decoder uses similar methods to fldigi but it does some things differently
[20:13] <Lunar_Lander> ah
[20:14] <Lunar_Lander> but you can decode a balloon with it
[20:14] <mattbrejza> from a users point of view its automatic appart from selecting the baud
[20:14] <mattbrejza> yes its ment for balloon tracking
[20:14] <Lunar_Lander> cool!
[20:16] <mattbrejza> do you have anythnig android?
[20:16] <Lunar_Lander> no but two friends of mine
[20:16] <Lunar_Lander> they say thank you
[20:16] <Lunar_Lander> :D
[20:16] <mattbrejza> heh :D
[20:18] <Lunar_Lander> so a thank you from Germany and one from Slovenia
[20:18] <Lunar_Lander> :)
[20:18] <mattbrejza> i hope it actually works for them :P
[20:20] <Lunar_Lander> :) yea
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[20:26] <griffonbot> Received email: Turbine "[UKHAS] 1000g Hwoyee"
[20:29] <fsphil> mattbrejza: do you look for the start bit each byte?
[20:29] <mattbrejza> there are two methods, one looks for the start bit, one looks for $$ and counts bits
[20:29] <mattbrejza> the second being not tested so much
[20:30] <fsphil> good idea
[20:31] <fsphil> fldigi just looks for the start bit each time, which I suspect is how it's so tolerant to timing errors
[20:31] <mattbrejza> yea mine really isnt
[20:31] <fsphil> it's a good thing too
[20:31] <mattbrejza> it also uses that to sync between the filtered waveform and bits?
[20:31] <fsphil> stricter timing makes a better signal, easier to decode
[20:31] <mattbrejza> while i use an early-late synchroniser
[20:32] <fsphil> it scans for the start bit after filtering
[20:32] <mattbrejza> which means 1.5 stop bits will really not work well at all
[20:32] <fsphil> it actually ignores stop bits
[20:33] <fsphil> well it reads the first one
[20:33] <fsphil> then waits for the start, regardless of the setting in the modem config
[20:33] <mattbrejza> yea so does mine, but if there are non integer stop bits the bit sync will have to try to correct for 1/2 a bit error each time
[20:33] <mattbrejza> each byte
[20:33] <fsphil> have you compared it to fldigi's decoder with a weak (but well timed) signal?
[20:34] <mattbrejza> its about the same, but i havnt done anything properly yet
[20:34] <mattbrejza> fldigi is better at spinning payloads mind you because you can open the filters a bit
[20:34] <fsphil> I've not got the cable to test it yet, but I'll get a play with it soon hopefully
[20:35] <mattbrejza> well at some point ill get a java pc version which will probably be easier to test with
[20:35] <fsphil> would it work with a usb sound card?
[20:35] <mattbrejza> on android?
[20:35] <fsphil> yea
[20:36] <mattbrejza> nope :(
[20:36] <fsphil> aw
[20:36] <mattbrejza> android 4.1 supports usb audio out
[20:36] <fsphil> I kinda hoped android would make that automatic
[20:36] <mattbrejza> but not in :/
[20:36] <fsphil> no fun
[20:36] <mattbrejza> it is possible if i wanted to write a soundcard driver though
[20:36] <fsphil> there's an android app that can drive the rtlsdr
[20:37] <mattbrejza> yea ive seen that, i reckon it would be possible to use that if i get round to it
[20:41] <Gadget-Mac> Any pcb folks in ?
[20:42] <mattbrejza> ask away
[20:44] <Gadget-Mac> Wondering if there's an easy way to make an 80mmx90mm gerber file from eagle into a 100mmx100mm PCB with dead space round the edge
[20:45] <mattbrejza> the only way i know how is to make sure the eagle board only has stuff in a 80x90 space
[20:45] <mattbrejza> i dont know and gerber editors enough to do it in one
[20:45] <Gadget-Mac> Time to hit google I think
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[20:58] <mattbrejza> craag: ive updated the apk in the dropbox, if it still says buffersize : 4096 then something _really_ weird is happening
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[21:12] <sjohn> hey guys, i have been attempting to track my gps using the fl-digi but having quite a few problems with it
[21:12] <Upu> evening sjohn
[21:12] <sjohn> evening
[21:12] <Upu> what radio are you using to transmit with ?
[21:13] <sjohn> it is a ntx2
[21:13] <fsphil> good choice
[21:13] <Upu> Can I assume you've followed the example from the Wiki ?
[21:13] <Upu> getting it transmitting RTTY ?
[21:13] <sjohn> correct
[21:13] <Upu> and that decoded ok ?
[21:14] <sjohn> yes, i also bought a gps module
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[21:14] <sjohn> http://ava.upuaut.net/store/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=68
[21:14] <Upu> ok so what isn't working ?
[21:14] <Upu> good choice
[21:15] <sjohn> i am struggling to put the lat/long.alt/time string onto the data string
[21:15] <Upu> ok what are you using to get the GPS information from the GPS chip ?
[21:16] <sjohn> i was on the tinygps website, and i got an example from the arduino programmer
[21:16] <craag> mattbrejza: 4096 :P
[21:16] <mattbrejza> wat
[21:16] <mattbrejza> i think you have a broken Math library
[21:17] <craag> oh, funky.
[21:17] <mattbrejza> which would also explain why Math.ceil should give 615 but yours seems to give 614
[21:17] <Upu> ok sjohn
[21:18] <Upu> well TinyGPS works so its just a case of building up a telemetry string with the required variables in it
[21:18] <Upu> go paste what you have done to pastebin.com
[21:18] <Upu> and link it
[21:19] <mattbrejza> craag: this is the code thats somehow giving 4096 http://pastie.org/6217873
[21:19] <sjohn> ok
[21:21] <mattbrejza> craag: ideally i would step through line by line of the debugger, but it does seem its your device
[21:21] <craag> mattbrejza: Oh wow. Ok, I don't think a factory reset will fix that, so I'll have to wait for the JB update (soon [tm]) and try it again then.
[21:22] <mattbrejza> if i get the project working on my work pc you can come and debug next time you're near 4002
[21:23] <mattbrejza> wait im being stupid
[21:24] <mattbrejza> oc Math.max(buffsize, 3000); can return 4096
[21:24] <craag> I had just googled that.
[21:24] <craag> But 4096 is a lot larger than you've seen on other devices?
[21:24] <mattbrejza> why yhe min buffer size is so large i dont know
[21:25] <mattbrejza> it would normally be <3000
[21:25] <mattbrejza> i dont know what a normal AudioRecord.getMinBufferSize would be (other than < 3000)
[21:26] <mattbrejza> however why you get the initial error i dont know, if tried running that method with every length of input array and it never crsahes
[21:27] <craag> Would that be worth debugging?
[21:28] <arko> afternoon, gentlemen
[21:28] <arko> i am the hal9000 computer
[21:28] <mattbrejza> well i can just step through line by line and see what gives an unexpected result
[21:29] <Upu> Hi Dave
[21:30] <Upu> no wait
[21:30] <Upu> Dave isn't HAL
[21:30] <Upu> its late
[21:30] <arko> that is correct...
[21:30] <arko> dave
[21:31] <craag> mattbrejza: Ok, if you're in around 5:30 - 6 on wednesday I'll be up there then.
[21:31] <mattbrejza> yea i should be around
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[21:32] <bertrik> open the pod bay doors, arko
[21:32] <arko> I'm sorry bertrik, I'm afraid I can't do that
[21:32] <sjohn> http://pastebin.com/Hzxjwj72
[21:33] <sjohn> this is what i have so far upu
[21:33] <Upu> ok sjohn give me 5 mins
[21:34] <sjohn> take your time
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[21:35] <fsphil> does that compile sjohn?
[21:36] <sjohn> yes
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[21:37] <sjohn> i want it to put the data into my string but what it gives me is void data
[21:37] <fsphil> ah, I missed the commented out bits
[21:37] <fsphil> I thought they where code
[21:38] <fsphil> one comment, you're transmitting the variable DATASTRING, before it contains anything
[21:40] <sjohn> how so, does that code have to be within the encode bracket
[21:40] <fsphil> it might be better to put the code that formats and transmits the string at the end of the piece of code that processes the tinygps result
[21:40] <Upu> cheers fsphil just sorting tracker out for tomorrow
[21:40] <fsphil> np
[21:41] <fsphil> sjohn: so the sprintf() and rtty_txstring() calls, move then to the end of your if(gps.encode(GPS.read())) BLOCK
[21:41] <fsphil> er, caps
[21:41] <fsphil> ooh that bit is missing curly brackets
[21:42] <Lunar_Lander> hey Upu
[21:42] <Upu> hi Lunar
[21:42] <Lunar_Lander> I got a short question, your chip antenna
[21:42] <Lunar_Lander> what manufacturer is it and what type?
[21:42] <Upu> 1 sec
[21:42] <fsphil> Upu-Industries
[21:43] <Lunar_Lander> xD
[21:43] <Upu> https://dl.dropbox.com/u/63720513/PDFS/JTI_Antenna-1575AT43A40_2006-09.pdf
[21:43] <Lunar_Lander> thanks
[21:43] <bertrik> also, I get the following warnings from cppcheck : http://pastie.org/6218121
[21:43] <fsphil> yea there's a few functions that are not called
[21:44] <Upu> oo fancy
[21:44] <sjohn> which functions are not called?
[21:45] <fsphil> the ones in bertrik's pastebin
[21:45] <fsphil> wouldn't worry about that just yet
[21:45] <sjohn> oh lol
[21:45] <fsphil> you might need some of those later
[21:45] <bertrik> cppcheck can be really helpful for finding silly mistakes, and it's very easy to run, no complicated setup or anything like that
[21:46] <fsphil> new to me too bertrik, ta :)
[21:46] <bertrik> the stuff it found is mostly harmless
[21:46] <fsphil> yea the code isn't too bad
[21:46] <fsphil> just that missing brackets thing and the transmit code being in the wrong place
[21:47] <sjohn> i moved the rtty and sprintf to the end of the encode block....
[21:48] <sjohn> but which brackets am i missing
[21:48] <fsphil> after if (gps.encode(GPS.read()))
[21:49] <fsphil> an if() without any braces (I think that's what { } is called) will only apply to the next single instruction
[21:49] <lz1dev> yes
[21:49] <fsphil> so in this case the if() only applies to gps.f_get_position(&flat, &flon, &age);
[21:49] <sjohn> oh yeh, silly mistake
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[21:51] <Upu> sjohn as you're using Software serial to talk to the GPS (bleurgh) you will need to disable interupts before you transmit and re-enable them once done
[21:52] <fsphil> ooh yes
[21:52] <Upu> software serial uses interupts
[21:52] <Upu> and it mucks up the timing of the RTTY delays
[21:52] <mattbrejza> lol arduino
[21:52] <Upu> so before rtty_txstring(DATASTRING);
[21:53] <Upu> put cli();
[21:53] <Upu> and after put sei();
[21:53] <Upu> cli(); // disable global interrupts
[21:53] <Upu> sei(); // enable interrupts
[21:55] <sjohn> ok, will do that now
[21:55] <PaulCDR> has anyone ever used a netduino, same size as an uno but with 4 hardware serial and programs in .net via visual studio?
[21:56] <PaulCDR> plus built in sd card reader
[21:56] <lz1dev> please god no
[21:57] <Upu> lol
[21:57] <Upu> http://www.qsl.net/py4zbz/antenas/LFA.htm
[21:58] <Upu> funky
[21:58] <fsphil> nice to know I can track flights if I'm trapped on an island
[21:58] <PaulCDR> god no to the netduino?
[21:59] <Upu> F6AGV's site is wonderful http://alerte-radiosondes.blogspot.co.uk/
[21:59] <sjohn> on the fl-digi i got: $$SJohn,21:58:00,51.5137,+0.0209,0
[21:59] <fsphil> so much info
[21:59] <Upu> yep
[21:59] <fsphil> ooh looks good sjohn
[21:59] <fsphil> is that accurate?
[21:59] <Upu> I could correlate it with where I posted the GPS :)
[21:59] <fsphil> not sure why the longitude has a + though
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[22:00] <fsphil> ah, it's in London
[22:00] <Upu> not Warwick
[22:00] <sjohn> ah then thats excellent
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[22:01] <sjohn> will the + make a difference
[22:01] <fsphil> nope
[22:01] <Upu> nope Habitat can handle it
[22:01] <fsphil> just unexpected
[22:01] <Upu> generally + is assumed
[22:01] <Upu> unless there is a '-' there
[22:02] <fsphil> ah you're manually adding it
[22:02] <Upu> put an altitude on there, maybe the satellites add a check sum and away you go
[22:02] <fsphil> right after you call dtostrf()
[22:02] <fsphil> you can remove that
[22:03] <fsphil> although that would leave a space
[22:03] <sjohn> ok,
[22:03] <fsphil> I guess that's why it's there
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[22:05] <fsphil> not going to be a problem in the UK generally, but in the call to dtostrf() I'd increase the width to 8 or 9
[22:05] <sjohn> when uploading it to spacenear, what is the process i have to take?
[22:06] <arko> so we just got lizards at our office.. first thing we do is throw a webcam looking down and interface it to opencv to track crickets and lizards, with plans to log the rate at which they eat
[22:06] <Upu> well once you have a checksum on it
[22:06] <Upu> you can create a payload document at http://habhub.org
[22:06] <fsphil> your office is better than my office arko
[22:06] <Upu> finalise your telemetry first
[22:06] <arko> :P
[22:06] <fsphil> if we got lizards, the first think that would happen is screaming
[22:07] <arko> haha
[22:07] <eroomde> yoyo
[22:07] <eroomde> must stay awake until 22.30
[22:07] <fsphil> good luck
[22:07] <arko> well it's an office my friends and i are renting for our respective businesses
[22:07] <arko> eroomde: morning buddy
[22:07] <eroomde> evening arko
[22:07] <arko> oh man, im on such a caffine high
[22:07] <arko> this is awesome
[22:08] <Upu> onlu 23 mins eroomde
[22:08] <eroomde> i'm on a laggy low
[22:08] <Upu> only
[22:08] <fsphil> eroomde: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CseO1XRYs9I
[22:08] <eroomde> but the monitor arrives tomorrow
[22:08] <arko> nice!
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[22:08] <arko> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQkf-LmsGZw
[22:09] <arko> im at her level at this point
[22:09] <arko> caffine+lizards+webcam+lots of servers
[22:09] <arko> >_< \m/ wooooo
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[22:10] <fsphil> hah
[22:10] <fsphil> listen to Mr. L. Jackson
[22:11] <PaulCDR> anyone understand what it means on dl-fldigi when it says "WARNING! Caught runtime_error: habitat::Unmergable error"
[22:12] <arko> eroomde: what time is it there
[22:12] <arko> ?
[22:13] <fsphil> 22:13 UTC
[22:13] <arko> ah
[22:14] <arko> wow, eroomde how long have you been awake?
[22:14] <arko> oh man this is gonna suck when i visit EU
[22:14] <fsphil> it's no fun
[22:15] <arko> :/
[22:15] <fsphil> but you'll adjust within a few days
[22:15] <eroomde> yep
[22:15] <fsphil> I've also heard that getting drunk helps
[22:15] <eroomde> let's hope
[22:15] <eroomde> had a bottl3 of red and a bottle of prosecco
[22:15] <eroomde> courtesy of housemate
[22:15] <eroomde> tis my bday today
[22:15] <fsphil> happy birthday!
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[22:16] <eroomde> ty
[22:16] <fsphil> was there cake?
[22:19] <Lunar_Lander> happy birthday ed
[22:22] <chrisstubbs> happy bday :)
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[22:25] <Upu> happy birthday eroomde
[22:26] <sjohn> how do i get the checksum, i am getting "$$SJohn,22:25:01,51.5136,+0.0194,0*C3B3"
[22:27] <Willdude123> Happy Birthday Ed!
[22:27] <eroomde> ty all
[22:28] <Willdude123> I take it you're back from the US now.
[22:28] <fsphil> how are you generating that sjohn?
[22:29] <Upu> that is a check sum sjohn :)
[22:29] <sjohn> sprintf(checksum_str, "*%04X\n", checksum); strcat(DATASTRING,checksum_str);
[22:29] <eroomde> Willdude123: yes, as of yesterday
[22:30] <Willdude123> How was the JPL?
[22:30] <fsphil> how are you generating checksum_str?
[22:30] <fsphil> or checksum even
[22:31] <Upu> checksum isn't correct for that string
[22:31] <Upu> should be DF64
[22:31] <sjohn> i just used the one on the wiki page
[22:31] <Upu> pastebin all your code again
[22:32] <Willdude123> Night! I'm off to bed.
[22:32] <Upu> night will
[22:32] <fsphil> g'nite!
[22:32] <Upu> You need to see Ed's pictures btw :)
[22:32] Action: fsphil enables jealous mode
[22:32] <Willdude123> Which ones? Link me.
[22:32] <Upu> http://www.flickr.com/photos/eroomde/8471425517/in/photostream
[22:32] <sjohn> http://pastebin.com/YqM2q4mh
[22:33] <Willdude123> Are random tourists allowed to do that? :)
[22:33] <fsphil> you're not actually generating any checksum there sjohn
[22:33] <Upu> snprintf(DATASTRING, sizeof(DATASTRING), "*%04X\n", gps_CRC16_checksum(DATASTRING));
[22:34] <fsphil> it's commented out
[22:35] <Upu> actually
[22:35] <fsphil> you need something along the lines of, checksum = gps_CRC16_checksum(DATASTRING);
[22:35] <Upu> sprintf(txstring, "%s*%04X\n", txstring, gps_CRC16_checksum(txstring));
[22:35] <Upu> is what I use
[22:35] <Willdude123> eroomde: Wow... Some of those photographs are so good you could probably even sell them.
[22:35] <fsphil> I'm iffy on calling sprintf with its output as one of its inputs :)
[22:35] <sjohn> yh i commented it out, it was giving me a conversion error
[22:36] <Upu> that comment probably made Ed very happy
[22:36] <fsphil> so the variable checksum is never given any value
[22:36] <Upu> replace it with : snprintf(DATASTRING, sizeof(DATASTRING), "*%04X\n", gps_CRC16_checksum(DATASTRING));
[22:36] <Upu> I think that should work
[22:37] <fsphil> nope
[22:38] <Upu> sprintf(DATASTRING, "%s*%04X\n", DATASTRING, gps_CRC16_checksum(DATASTRING));
[22:38] <Lunar_Lander> eroomde, cool you had KITT for driving https://secure.flickr.com/photos/eroomde/8476717507/in/photostream/
[22:38] <fsphil> possibly unpredictable
[22:38] <Upu> in what way fsphil ?
[22:38] <Upu> do I need to change my code ? :)
[22:38] <eroomde> wtf?
[22:38] <eroomde> this is kitt
[22:38] <eroomde> http://eur.i1.yimg.com/eur.yimg.com/i/de/mov/kult14.jpg
[22:38] <Lunar_Lander> ah
[22:39] <Lunar_Lander> didn't you watch Knight Rider 2008?
[22:39] <arko> ewww
[22:39] <eroomde> no of course not
[22:39] <eroomde> be serious
[22:39] <Upu> lol
[22:39] <Upu> ah Ed is back :)
[22:39] <Lunar_Lander> btw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZwkhPUfAfE&feature=related
[22:39] <fsphil> there's only one KITT
[22:40] <Lunar_Lander> computers are serious too, Michael
[22:41] <chrisstubbs> Been playing with google API and jpgraph :) http://chris-stubbs.co.uk/extras/maps/losgraph/
[22:41] <Lunar_Lander> btw it is funny how many glitches were in the dashboard
[22:42] <Lunar_Lander> in the first episode featuring Goliath the truck, the RPM meter like is just counting down from 99 to 00 and then resetting
[22:42] <Lunar_Lander> xD
[22:42] <gonzo_> I watched it once or twice in the early 80's
[22:42] <gonzo_> was more of an A team fan really
[22:43] <eroomde> hilarious
[22:43] <Lunar_Lander> and I never got what the display "Propagation Delay Hrs" meant
[22:43] <Lunar_Lander> from 0 to 30
[22:43] <gonzo_> round trip to saturn?
[22:43] <Lunar_Lander> so some propagation was delayed from 0 to 30 hours
[22:43] <Lunar_Lander> xD
[22:43] <gonzo_> or trying to ket some cuttings to take in the greenhouse
[22:43] <Willdude123> I'm actually going to bed now, as much as I like Ed's wonderful pictures.
[22:44] <fsphil> haha
[22:44] <fsphil> g'nite again!
[22:45] <Lunar_Lander> the best thing was maybe that KITTs monitors usually showed things where he couldn't have seen things
[22:45] <sjohn> thanks guys for the help, gbye
[22:45] <Lunar_Lander> i.e. cars driving off or onboard cameras on other cars and so on
[22:45] <Upu> night sjohn
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[22:46] <fsphil> you saying it was faked Lunar_Lander?
[22:47] <Lunar_Lander> xD
[22:47] <Lunar_Lander> here http://s.gullipics.com/image/3/o/3/5yvag1-klw9rh-n9zx/vlcsnap2013021823h46m29s101.png
[22:47] <Lunar_Lander> the arch thing is fully lit
[22:48] <Lunar_Lander> still the digits show 22 and are actually, as I said counting from 75 to 00
[22:48] <eroomde> yes that pretty much ruined the 80's for me
[22:50] <arko> hmm
[22:50] <arko> i need to get this webcam live
[22:50] <arko> time to reimage this machine, then setup a server
[22:51] <arko> we may need help naming them
[22:51] <arko> :P
[22:52] <fsphil> lizard001
[22:52] <arko> haha
[22:52] <fsphil> you can guess the rest
[22:52] <Lunar_Lander> btw
[22:52] <Lunar_Lander> I can tell you an interesting thing
[22:52] <arko> Generic Lizard Unit SN0001
[22:52] <fsphil> haha
[22:53] <arko> i love it
[22:53] <arko> done
[22:53] <Lunar_Lander> I set up an arduino Uno, BMP085, DS18B20, light sensor, level shifter and SD card
[22:53] <Lunar_Lander> ran those from four alkaline AA batteries
[22:53] <arko> there is a second one, i guess it could just be SN0002
[22:53] <Lunar_Lander> and when I came back to the setup today, it still ran
[22:53] <Lunar_Lander> it ran the whole 70 hours
[22:53] <Lunar_Lander> and maybe could have continued a little more
[22:53] <eroomde> ok so launch it now
[22:54] <Lunar_Lander> the battery voltage had dropped from about 7 V to 4.9 V
[22:54] <eroomde> don't do anymore tests
[22:54] <Lunar_Lander> that wasn't a balloon test that was something else
[22:54] <Lunar_Lander> tomorrow I want to sign us up with flight safety
[22:54] <eroomde> cool
[22:54] <Lunar_Lander> tell them the mass of payload and so on
[22:54] <fsphil> actually if we're going to be accurate, there should be an SN000
[22:54] <fsphil> +0
[22:54] <arko> oh
[22:54] <Lunar_Lander> but I ran into a big error again
[22:54] <arko> thats a good idea
[22:55] <Lunar_Lander> I recorded a data string every 5 seconds
[22:55] <Lunar_Lander> and at 70 hours run time, well, that is more than 32000 lines, so the counter overflowed
[22:55] <Lunar_Lander> which makes the analysis crappy
[22:55] <Lunar_Lander> me, the master programmer
[22:55] Action: Lunar_Lander hits his forehead
[22:56] <eroomde> you remember the lessons our learnt the hard way
[22:56] <eroomde> you*
[22:56] <Lunar_Lander> yea
[22:56] <arko> http://stream1.gifsoup.com/webroot/animatedgifs1/1682882_o.gif
[22:56] <arko> <3 internet
[22:57] <chrisstubbs> good ol' photon
[22:59] <Upu> http://vimeo.com/51873011#
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[23:01] <chrisstubbs> oh crap 6am start tommorow, i best be off. night
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[23:02] <arko> i have no idea how eroomde is awake
[23:03] <arko> Upu: this is fantastic
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[23:05] <Upu> night all
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[23:15] <Lunar_Lander> night Upu
[23:16] <arko> night
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[23:25] <jcoxon> ping Upu
[23:27] <craag> jcoxon: He's gone for the night.
[23:29] <jcoxon> fair enough
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