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General discussion / Re: Who upgraded to Windows 10?
« on: July 31, 2015, 11:13:07 pm »
The keylogger and things where with the dev version, this public release has all that removed. It will however send usage and crash reports and anything like every other system out there does if you opt to. There is nothing different about 10 than there is about any other Windows release.

From what I've heard and read, it's not bad at all. It's what 8 should have been, a better version of 7. I will be trying it and getting the free upgrade before next year and the free goes away. I might even make a new partition on my laptop just to run it.

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Scripting languages / Re: TechBot, an IRC bot
« on: July 31, 2015, 08:42:03 pm »
Merged, also now it's using utf-8 so the issue you where having is fixed.

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Scripting languages / Re: TechBot, an IRC bot
« on: July 31, 2015, 07:01:14 am »
Bump:
Github https://github.com/nulldigit90/TechBot

Has been updated, there are some changes. The adons are much simpler now and will be even more clear soon.

SSL is being an issue at the moment. If it works reliably then let me know your setup or something. The issues I have with SSL is after the module has ran, it seems to kill the sockets out, but only when using SSL. Some others testing it might help narrow down the issue.

Anyway, things have been reworked a bit since you might have last looked or used it. I will try and keep an update on here as dev goes on. Doc-strings, commit history, and comments in code should be enough to help ya along. PM me here or on IRC for any questions. You run into any other issues, make a pull request and we'll handle it together.

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Creative Arts / Re: [Hanorotu] Follow your dreams (classical)
« on: July 28, 2015, 12:25:02 pm »
Sweet. I think it could more drums or bass, but it's great how it is. The echo of the piano kinda gets in the way of the synth twords the middle, but great over all.

+1

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Scripting languages / TechBot, an IRC bot
« on: July 25, 2015, 08:49:36 am »
Wrote something that seems simpler than BeastBot, namespace aside, I think my solution seems to work out better. A global config file. IRC stuff stays in it's onwn class, the bot uses only what it needs, modules have a standard on what they get from the bot and also what they return, etc....

No docs yet, soon bro, but code doc strings and comments should tell you enough to get  started. Also, getting this up and running is simple, just run TechBot.py and as long as your config file is okay, your up and going.

Anyway, here is le github:
https://github.com/nulldigit90/TechBot

As far as dev goes. Fork it and send pull requests to me at nulldigit90/TechBot. If evilzone wants to use it they can handle my pull-requests to merge into upstream main.

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General discussion / MOVED: coder needed
« on: July 23, 2015, 02:07:33 pm »

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Hardware / FPGA simulation in your browser
« on: July 21, 2015, 02:47:17 pm »
Not much get's posted to this board, so when I seen this, I had to link it here.

I haven't really done much FPGA [Field Programmable Gate Array] mostly because I can't just go and buy a bunch of shit to start messing around with. FPGA, for those who have never heard the term is basically using configuring your own hardware logic to a chip. Or, eli5, make your own cpu's and other such things.

This site lets you simulate and play around with it in your browser, no downloads or anything, just open it up and start messing about with logic. The digital frontier of bare metal.

found on hackaday btw
http://www.edaplayground.com/

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Members introduction / Re: <Insert Intro Music here>
« on: July 02, 2015, 12:18:10 pm »
I call bullshit and don't believe most and/or all of what you said.

Anyway, welcome to the forum, now go learn more than some hello worlds and prosper.

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Java / Re: making first profesional programm
« on: July 02, 2015, 11:31:06 am »
This thread is wrong on so many levels..... Really, all the levels including responses and retorts are all wrong. From initial question to the end, it seems as a troll. All of it wrong and a troll.

I could go into a long winded response, but I think I'll just link some reading martial.

https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2131.txt

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Scripting languages / Re: [Python] Browser automation
« on: June 22, 2015, 12:42:29 pm »
It should also be noted that this script is Windows only.

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Projects and Discussion / Re: UART to TCP/IP
« on: June 22, 2015, 12:38:00 pm »
If I knew your hardware set up, I.E. Arduino with ethernet shield? Wifi? Using a PIC instead?

But generally yes, on the python side, regular sockets would be fine, and probably be best. Justs set up a socket listening on what ever port you want and handle the data by hand. Such as receive the data and parse and shit. Not hard really, your basically creating your own protocol. On the hardware side, grab the rfid data, pack it how ever you want, connect to the python server you created, and send the data.

There could be easier ways, but unless I know your setup, I can't suggest anything.

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General discussion / Re: Look what I finally got!
« on: June 21, 2015, 04:34:41 am »
Mine came today too. I also have a custom Zippo lighter made a while back but never got around to posting it. Taken with my tablet, so sorry for potato quality.




The text on the zippo says, "Linux Liberty".

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General discussion / Re: Look what I finally got!
« on: June 18, 2015, 08:18:18 am »
I recently just bought a bunch of shirts, so I ordered a hat instead. Will be here in a week or so. Will post some pictures when it gets here.

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Programming newbies / Re: Starting programming?
« on: June 11, 2015, 08:13:03 am »
8 or 9 hours of downtime? I don't know how long people work a day in your country, but thats the ENTIRE day where I'm from. If you have that much down time every day, you're being paid to do nothing.

And reading pydocs, man pages, rfc's, etc is a far cry from reddit and youtube. Learning is one thing. Wasting your life on youtube and reddit is another.

I work 12 hour shifts for 3 days, the 4th day is a 6 hour so I get 42 hours a week. I technically get paid to drive around a mountain in a company truck and make sure nothing is on fire or stolen. Which, sometimes I do have to do things pending on what is going on. Like helping people with broken down cars of ATVs, running bears out of dumpsters and away from the workers, making sure shaft fans are running else the miners would suffocate underground. I've also been shot at from pill heads trying to steal copper. BUT, most of the time 'aint shit going on so hence all the down time.

I do reddit, but offline. There are plenty of subreddits for learning. Like TIL, news, world news, AMA's, and just the comments in general. I also dick off too, like watch movies and browse 9gag offline, youtube vids I download before hand and stuff. But the majority is docs and learning, cause it's what I like doing.

The life of a security officer ;-) paid to do literally almost nothing for more than minimum wage. That's why I've been on irc while I'm "working" if you ever notice I'm on for about 8 hours lmfao

Also techb, the problem I have is I can't just read docs on my phone, I need to be messing with it. Say I'm watching a udemy class, I can't just watch and retain I need to practice and move around in Android Studio. Also when im reading I find it hard to not try any of the code. How can you do that?

SL4A. Since I code in Python and do almost everything with Python I can test most stuff out. The stuff I can't test, like that requires root or internet or some lib that uses ctypes or something wont work, but I write the script anyway and test stuff that will work. Then, when I get home I can run and debug and shit. Makes it easier since at home I'm editing code instead of writing it all by scratch.

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Programming newbies / Re: Starting programming?
« on: June 11, 2015, 07:03:42 am »
Just because I'm browsing youtube or reddit, does not mean I'm not learning anything.
I'd rather be getting paid to learn, than paid to work.

Agreed. At my job I have around 8 to 9 hours of down time on may hands. Which is spent mostly reading RFC docs, other docs  for python libs, linux man pages, etc...

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