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01:38 <cusco> seg fault!
01:39 <cusco> doesn't it dump cores?
01:39 <cusco> bah
01:47 <cusco> is there a reason why I can't connect to CT wild fortress
01:47 <cusco> the server just kills me! :(
01:48 <luke-jr> trunk?
01:48 <cusco> yea
01:48 <luke-jr> trunk is broken
01:48 <luke-jr> until ph gets his stuff fixed
01:48 <cusco> is it?
01:48 <cusco> damn
01:49 <cusco> is htere no hack arround it?
01:49 <cusco> seems to be only in some servers tho
01:49 <cusco> I can get into mbc just fine for instance
01:50 <ct|kyle> cusco: whats the problem with CTWF?
01:53 <cusco> my client seems to be
01:53 <cusco> nevermind
01:55 <ct|kyle> cusco: is it working or what?
01:56 <cusco> nope
01:56 <ct|kyle> hmm banned?
01:58 <ct|kyle> cusco: try again
01:58 <cusco> I thought so .. tho I had no connection termination reason
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01:58 <ct|kyle> ah i just made sure you were unbanned
01:59 <cusco> lol
01:59 <cusco> I believe that I am
01:59 <cusco> that is not the issue
01:59 <cusco> its within my client
01:59 <ct|kyle> oh
01:59 <cusco> no need for ct alter ego
02:00 <ct|kyle> you are unbanned now f you were banned
02:00 <cusco> ok. I had no reason to be banned anyway
02:00 <ct|kyle> i figured
02:01 <ct|kyle> when you first said something i thought it was the black screen of death again
02:02 <cusco> dunno that one
02:05 <ct|kyle> you go into the server and it is all black no maps or anything
02:06 <ct|kyle> Lucifer: PING
02:11 <Lucifer> ct|kyle: PONG
02:14 <ct|kyle> o you are awake
02:15 <ct|kyle> Lucifer: i've never used python
02:19 <GodTodd> www.diveintopython.org
02:19 <GodTodd> :)
02:21 <ct|kyle> now what is a cad software like inventor for linux?
02:22 <GodTodd> http://www.usinglinux.org/cad/
02:22 <ct|kyle> leocad heh we need that for our prototype
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02:32 <Lucifer> ?
02:32 <Lucifer> ct|kyle: you worked with c++?
02:32 <ct|kyle> console C++
02:33 <Lucifer> that's probably good enough to work on the simulator
02:33 <ct|kyle> probably
02:33 <Lucifer> I haven't gotten a response from the guy yet about that other library, but reading the docs it looks like it'll suffice
02:33 <Lucifer> since we have to test it, we'll have an opportunity to fix it :)
02:33 <ct|kyle> ya
02:34 <ct|kyle> i am still looking for a cad program that is in gentoo's portage, that is like inventor
02:34 <Lucifer> good luck, afaik there isn't one
02:35 <Lucifer> let's not worry so much about cad programs right now, maybe we can get autodesk to donate a copy of autocad
02:35 <Lucifer> blender is our best bet for what we need, imo.  QCad is the only really advanced program, but it's 2d only and we'll need something that's 3d we can load into the simulator
02:35 <ct|kyle> it is only windows
02:35 <Lucifer> brl-cad is supposed to be very good, but challenging to work with
02:35 <Lucifer> yeah, autocad is only windows, and that sucks :(
02:35 <ct|kyle> ya
02:36 <Lucifer> but we don't need cad yet, so let's not worry about it yet :)
02:36 <ct|kyle> i only own 60 some shares in thier company
02:36 <Lucifer> didja take a look at the plan I worked up?
02:36 <Lucifer> it's still a pretty early draft, but there's enough to start in on the simulator
02:36 <ct|kyle> i skimmed it
02:37 <Lucifer> the important first step is to setup the simulator capable of doing timesteps, working with a hardcoded 2-wheel model (it's an idealized model), and connecting to it with the rover software
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02:37 <Lucifer> I found two local guys that expressed interest, we'll see if they actually get interested
02:38 <ct|kyle> i really do not think that 2 wheels will work
02:38 <Lucifer> one's a physics geek and hopefully can work with electronics, the other is army, formerly explosive ordnance disposal/hazardous waste cleanup
02:38 <ghableska> #weather 50266
02:38 <armabot> ghableska: The current temperature in West Des Moines, Iowa is 46.9°F (8:42 PM CDT on November 02, 2007). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 41%. Dew Point: 24.8°F. Windchill: 44.6°F. Pressure: 29.26 in 990.7 hPa (Rising).
02:38 <Lucifer> right now it doesn't matter if 2 wheels will work or not, what matters is that we'll have to work with the differential thrust concept that's there
02:38 <Lucifer> I think treads are going to turn out to be our best bet, to be honest
02:38 <Lucifer> I've been thinking about friction, and treads give us the most surface area
02:39 <ct|kyle> Lucifer: i'm hoping to take physics at my college. it just has prerequisites that i know
02:39 <Lucifer> but turning and stuff are all the same if you have treads or two wheels, and even nasa's 4-wheeled lunar rovers had motors on each wheel and they used it to give it a tight turning radius
02:40 <ct|kyle> i'm wondering if we could add an additional 4 wheels to the 2 wheel idea if it would get stuck
02:41 <Lucifer> don't know, heh.  The hardcoded model is intended to conceptually represent the rover to allow us to program with all the concepts that should be there
02:41 <Lucifer> when we get to the point where we can load cad drawings or some sort of model data, that's when we'll test all the different ideas we have
02:43 <ct|kyle> if we want to use me being a shareholder in autodesk to help obtain a copy of inventor, we should act this month because i plan to sell it at or near the end of the month
02:44 <Lucifer> far as I know, it doesn't help at all
02:44 <ct|kyle> it may help a bit
02:44 <Lucifer> to be honest, I'm thinking we'll try to get free copies by being a low-budget rover effort :)
02:45 <Lucifer> well, depends on the company.  Let's worry about it in a bit, I'd like to give brl-cad a good look
02:45 <Lucifer> if the army uses it to design tanks and shit, we should give it a serious look
02:45 <Lucifer> really :)
02:45 <ct|kyle> ok
02:45 <Lucifer> it's open source and all that too
02:45 <ct|kyle> inventor is just what i know :D
02:45 <Lucifer> heh, I suggested autocad because it's what i know :)
02:46 <ct|kyle> i had a little of that but inventor is so much easyer
02:46 <Lucifer> http://sourceforge.net/project/screenshots.php?group_id=105292&ssid=4483
02:46 <ct|kyle> i have a copy of inventor 9 but that is 3 or 4 years old
02:49 <ct|kyle> wow that is a huge cad program
02:50 <Lucifer> hey, there's a brlcad channel
02:53 <ct|kyle> looks like a good program from screen shots
02:53 <Lucifer> yeah, it does
02:53 <Lucifer> and hey, the army developed it, so it might actually work most of the time :)
02:54 <ct|kyle> heh
02:55 <ct|kyle> well that's what i was wondering about NASA's robot software
02:55 <Lucifer> it looks like brl-cad has a autocad exporter, which we'll need if we have to order parts
02:55 <Lucifer> we'll need to either be able to print up drawings or send the autocad file
02:56 <ct|kyle> ya
02:56 <ct|kyle> if we need a 9 axes CNC lade I can probably take care of getting those parts. not positive
02:57 <Lucifer> jesus, 75MB?
02:58 <Lucifer> there's a lot of machining available locally, and I'm trying to put enough of a local team together to handle building
02:58 <Lucifer> we'll see how that goes, though
02:58 <ct|kyle> ok
02:58 <Lucifer> I know at least one machinist.  :)
02:59 <ct|kyle> my dad runs one of them
02:59 <Lucifer> that is a fucking huge program
02:59 <ct|kyle> if he is slow he does stuff he wants
02:59 <ct|kyle> ya
02:59 <Lucifer> ah, we may find it better to get work from your dad then, depending, of course :)
02:59 <ct|kyle> now to compile
03:00 <Lucifer> I think I'm downloading a compiled binary
03:00 <ct|kyle> i got $50.00 from thier company for my supermilage car
03:00 <ct|kyle> i did not find one
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03:03 <ct|kyle> Lucifer: it is compiled
03:06 <ct|kyle> now what to run?
03:11 <GodTodd> blah
03:12 <Lucifer> mged
03:12 <Lucifer> compiled that quick?
03:13 <ct|kyle> ?
03:13 <Lucifer> er, nvm
03:13 <Lucifer> thought you said you were compiling and it was done :)
03:13 <ct|kyle> no what do i have to do?
03:14 <Lucifer>  /usr/brlcad/bin/mged
03:14 <Lucifer> if you downloaded a compiled version, you have to untar it in the root directory as root :(
03:14 <Lucifer> I hate programs distributed like this
03:15 <Lucifer> hmmm, crashed
03:17 <luke-jr> sandbox it?
03:22 <ct|kyle> i tried to wine it
03:22 <Lucifer> ?
03:22 <Lucifer> I got the linux version and ran it
03:22 <ct|kyle> what do i have to run?
03:25 <Lucifer> mged
03:25 <Lucifer> if you install it the way I said, you do /usr/brlcad/rel<tab>/bin/mged
03:25 <Lucifer> definitely need to spend some time with the manual and stuff
03:26 <GodTodd> gives me io errors on the db
03:26 <GodTodd> heh
03:26 <GodTodd> when naming shit
03:27 <GodTodd> ahh nvm
03:27 <GodTodd> :)
03:27 <GodTodd> looks good :)
03:32 <Lucifer> http://www.gcad3d.org/
03:37 <ct|kyle> wow that has a sleeved engine
03:40 <noob7> waffles invites anyone?
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03:44 <Lucifer> gcad3d looks pretty promising
03:44 <Lucifer> I need to write a paper :(
03:48 <ct|kyle> dam i gotta write something also
03:48 <ct|kyle> i keep forgetting
03:49 <Lucifer> heh
03:50  * GodTodd did his physics homework already
03:52 <ct|kyle> physics is easy
03:56  * GodTodd never said it was hard homework :P
04:13 <Lucifer> what was it on?
04:13 <Lucifer> physics class I'm working is doing torque and rotational stuff, moment of inertia, etc
04:14 <Lucifer> some girl in the class said "I can set this up using a simple proportion, right?"
04:14 <Lucifer> "NO!  Set net torque = 0 always!  No exceptions!"
04:14 <Lucifer> "but.."
04:14 <Lucifer> "NO EXCEPTION!"
04:14 <ct|kyle> hehe
04:15 <ct|kyle> rotational kinematics?
04:15 <ct|kyle> them are fun. too bad i forget most of it
04:16 <Lucifer> heh
04:16 <Lucifer> we've been doing so many moment of force problems in my statics class that this stuff is starting to become second nature to me
04:16 <Lucifer> can't wait for dynamics, that class is going to fucking rock
04:16 <ct|kyle> i've done way too much electronics
04:17 <Lucifer> you've done electronics?  can you design circuits?
04:17 <ct|kyle> i've done just about anything up to flip flops
04:17 <Lucifer> pcb?
04:17 <ct|kyle> pcb?
04:17 <Lucifer> pc boards?
04:17 <Lucifer> design a pc board we can farm out for building?
04:17 <ct|kyle> not that good
04:18 <ct|kyle> i can program chips
04:18 <Lucifer> circuits?  Like, if I say "hook up the computer to the electric motor"?
04:18 <Lucifer> I know another guy to ask if my dad doesn't come through on it
04:18 <ct|kyle> i've been thinking about how to handle that stuff
04:19 <ct|kyle> could we use USB ports for output?
04:20 <ct|kyle> turn on or off power to them
04:21 <Lucifer> we really need to know more about the hardware we're going to run first, I think
04:21 <Lucifer> I was thinking of starting with simple parallel port stuff, stuff we can hook into pretty easily to test little prototypes
04:21 <Lucifer> that's stuff I can mostly understand :)
04:22 <Lucifer> then working on a more robust final design, i.e. we may need more bandwidth for certain things
04:22 <Lucifer> since so many motherboards come with usb plugs on the motherboard, that's a good option, imo
04:22 <Lucifer> not sure about pci cards, since we'll have to secure them in launch *and* write custom kernel modules to use them
04:22 <Lucifer> but the pci bus gives us the most bandwidth when we need it, so we'll have to see
04:22 <ct|kyle> PCI card solder always works
04:23 <Lucifer> hopefully we'll be able to use off-the-shelf pci cards and plug in our custom shit to parallel/serial/usb/whatever
04:24 <Lucifer> but we still have to secure the pci cards during launch, which could be problematic.
04:24 <ct|kyle> if we can turn on and off power to USB i think we can get a lot done with simple logic chips
04:24 <Lucifer> we might find that hanging the motherboard upside down is best to provide supports for the boards :)
04:24 <GodTodd> Lucifer: this homework was on gravitation
04:24 <Lucifer> well, we always have the choice of using simple logic chips wherever we plug in :)
04:25 <Lucifer> curious what you've got in mind, though
04:26 <ct|kyle> well we should check terrain ahead. if it is good turn on USB. if it is taking a picture tun off the usb.  use an AND gate so that it pauses for taking picture. when it is done set it back high
04:27 <ct|kyle> i'm thinking taking a picture, then upload it while traveling.
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04:27 <Lucifer> hmmm, that sounds kinda like logic that should be coded
04:27 <ct|kyle> when upload is completed. it stops and takes another image
04:27 <Lucifer> logic that goes in chips is either for the purpose of interfacing (like having a microcontroller that controls the two electric motors and we give it a radius), or for hard overrides
04:28 <KeY_3113> #sd crazy
04:28 <armabot> KeY_3113: Crazy Tronners Wild Fortress: Players (6/14): Enjoi~, k alf ñSIGSEGV, Rainman, suhia, sync, The Chain
04:28 <ct|kyle> we need some type of potentiometer for steering.
04:28 <Lucifer> so, for example, if we want to require that a certain sensor will always be extended while the rover is travelling forward, that could go in a chip
04:28 <KeY_3113> #lastseen epsy
04:28 <armabot> KeY_3113: epsy has last been seen on Sex, Drugs and Sumo - Need testers for bugfarm tournament 14 hours 31 minutes ago.
04:28 <Lucifer> well, if we use treads or two wheels, we don't have to turn any wheels
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04:29 <Lucifer> that's the beauty of either system, we just turn one motor faster than the other, and the whole rover will turn in the direction of the slower motor
04:29 <Lucifer> that is so common in robotics that we'd be dumb not to do it, at least not without good reason
04:29 <ct|kyle> or 1 motor on while other off or in reverse
04:29 <Lucifer> right, exactly
04:29 <Lucifer> we have to do it no matter what, I think, because we'll need a really tight turning radius
04:30 <ct|kyle> so then both in opposite directions
04:30 <Lucifer> and we can turn in place, yes
04:31 <Lucifer> the way I see it, if we need to have a long rover, we use treads.  If short is fine, wheels might work, or treads
04:31 <Lucifer> but we'll need a damn good reason to go to 3 or more wheels
04:32 <Lucifer> see, wheels are shaped one way only, but we can shape treads any way we want, pretty much, to maximize whatever and minimize other things :)
04:32 <Lucifer> we can also, if we really think we need to, make it possible to change the shape of treads on the fly
04:32 <Lucifer> so we see a slope coming, we can pick up the front and slide smoothly onto it
04:33 <Lucifer> I'm not sold on treads, though, because of the amount of mass and therefore the intertia, but the mars rovers are treaded
04:33 <Lucifer> now, if we were building a vehicle to be driven by a person, I'd be saying 3-4 wheels all the way
04:34 <Lucifer> also, my wife and I were tossing around commercial applications here on earth for a rover
04:34 <Lucifer> there's the obvious vacuum application, and we engage iRobot directly :)
04:35 <Lucifer> so we'll probably be adding some features to the programming specs at some point that are useful for the mission, but geared towards commercializing here on earth
04:36 <Lucifer> that's thinking more about "what do we do if we don't win?"  ;)
04:36 <ct|kyle> heh
04:37 <Lucifer> oh hell, it's also what do we do if we win?  As much as I like the idea of splitting the money, my gut's saying it's better to funnel the money into turning ourselves into a commercial operation
04:37 <Lucifer> several of us will have very nice degrees when it's all over...
04:37 <ct|kyle> even if we don't win, job outlook will be good still
04:38 <ct|kyle> whenever i make a resume for a class i forget about adding supermilage car
04:39 <Lucifer> heh, yeah
04:39 <ct|kyle> we built it in about 2 weeks
04:39 <Lucifer> job outlook should be pretty good.  Particularly if we don't win because two other teams won, because that'll mean growing companies
04:39 <ct|kyle> the engine 3 months not working very hard
04:40 <Lucifer> and everybody participating is going to be trying to turn it into something even if they don't win
04:42 <ct|kyle> we are going to the moon, hopefully we find the US flag
04:42 <Lucifer> well, if one of the guys I talked to today is what he says he is, we can explore the idea of sending our own rocket, I think
04:42 <Lucifer> there's a particular type of rocket that we can build, at least to a point where we can solicit funding, with what we know now....
04:43 <Lucifer> ....provided we have someone who knows about explosives
04:43 <ct|kyle> heh
04:43 <ct|kyle> that's probably the one area of science i have not gotten into much
04:44 <Lucifer> me neither
04:44 <Lucifer> this guy was in explosives in the army, but he's behind me in school, so he may not know much that we can readily apply
04:44 <ct|kyle> then again i did make a propane air mixture exploded perfect
04:44 <Lucifer> I'm confident that with what I'm studying now, and what's coming up in dynamics, if he can provide good info on explosives, I can engineer the rocket
04:44 <Lucifer> well, the idea is from the nuclear pulse rocket
04:45 <Lucifer> that's where you drop shaped nuclear explosives behind the rocket and detonate them
04:45 <Lucifer> the force of the explosion pushes the rocket
04:45 <Lucifer> now, we can't use nukes, obviously
04:45 <Lucifer> supposedly, a test rocket was made that used conventional explosives and was more efficient and simpler than regular rockets
04:45 <Lucifer> if that is all true, that's within reach, at least for what we can design
04:45 <ct|kyle> we can outside of the atmoshere
04:46 <Lucifer> we can't get the material is the problem
04:46 <Lucifer> and if we could, it would be horribly expensive
04:46 <Lucifer> we'd probably spend more than the prize is worth ;)
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04:47 <ct|kyle> i could possibly get someone else. he is smart at a lot of science also
04:47 <Lucifer> but the nuclear pulse rockets are intended for interstellar and interplanetary flight, we're only going to the moon
04:49 <ct|kyle> we need to go through a full simulated test run of everything before we leave ground
04:50 <ct|kyle> the thing they are sending to pluto and beyond, they found a bunch of problems in their simulation.
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08:18 <MrBougo> Lucifer: ?
08:18 <Lucifer> what?
08:19 <MrBougo> what's wrong with your dsl line?
08:19 <Lucifer> nothing
08:19 <Lucifer> what's wrong with yours?
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08:19 <MrBougo> exactly 10 join/part messages
08:19 <MrBougo> from 7:32 to 8:19
08:19 <Lucifer> (Remote closed the connection)  <--- means I closed the connection, not that anything's wrong with my dsl line
08:19 <MrBougo> ... you get a point
08:20 <Lucifer> what I really need to know is how to fix a modeline so I get a valid vertrefresh
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14:26 <duudii> #seen digitx
14:26 <armabot> duudii: digitx was last seen in #armagetron 3 weeks, 4 days, 21 hours, 59 minutes, and 59 seconds ago: <digitx> thats good ;p
14:42 <noob7> #seen waffles invites for me
14:42 <armabot> noob7: (seen [<channel>] <nick>) -- Returns the last time <nick> was seen and what <nick> was last seen saying. <channel> is only necessary if the message isn't sent on the channel itself.
14:52 <cusco> #seen madmax
14:52 <armabot> cusco: madmax was last seen in #armagetron 1 week, 4 days, 21 hours, 6 minutes, and 36 seconds ago: <madmax> hello
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