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Members introduction / Re: Greetings.
« Last post by Phage on April 18, 2014, 10:25:42 am »
It can be a little confusing when you use it for the first time, but you'll quick get the hang around it. Otherwise I'm sure you can find help on the IRC channel.
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Operating System / Re: Any thoughts on qubes operating system.
« Last post by sakthibruce on April 18, 2014, 08:20:12 am »
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Operating System / Re: Any thoughts on qubes operating system.
« Last post by rasenove on April 18, 2014, 08:02:33 am »
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Operating System / Any thoughts on qubes operating system.
« Last post by NHAS on April 18, 2014, 06:55:02 am »
Hey EZ, I have been looking at Qubes Operating system and how it uses small vm's (virtual machines) to create a secure operating environment . I haven't gotten the distro but I would like to know if the 2.4gb download is worth it.

Has anyone else tried this OS and if so do you have any thoughts on it?
For example if you have used it how did you find it ?, how secure do you think the concept is? and so on.




pst here's the link https://qubes-os.org
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Tutorials / Re: Quick and Dirty Guide to Private Trackers
« Last post by DeepCopy on April 18, 2014, 05:33:07 am »
The only thing I would have to add to this is as follows:

In the FAQ, yes it was and is mentioned several times, READ DAT SHIT!!! It will state clearly supported torrenting clients.
So if you are new and go to the first link on google to some torrenting client, look at the damn version number and see if it complies. If not, maybe try it out a bit to see if your numbers hit or not. IF your numbers don't update in a day or two, go read the FAQ again.

Yeah, bleeding edge niggas like myself that use Arch or something, note your updates and versioning. There might have been some update that isn't tested or updated on the other end and stuff making your seeding useless. Check it, if your above version or something, wait a day or two to see if the numbers hit, if not hit up the FAQ and downgrade until shit is either fixed or you switch to a new client.

I have had good results from Transmission, but that also might be subject to change in the future, just consult the FAQ on clients and you'll be okay.

That is all.

Rtorrent/libtorrent is probably the best way to go on nix as just about every site will support it. Also deluge is another popular client. With either of these you can set up a webgui (since rtorrent/libtorrent is cli) for easy management
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Tutorials / Re: Quick and Dirty Guide to Private Trackers
« Last post by techb on April 18, 2014, 05:20:44 am »
The only thing I would have to add to this is as follows:

In the FAQ, yes it was and is mentioned several times, READ DAT SHIT!!! It will state clearly supported torrenting clients.
So if you are new and go to the first link on google to some torrenting client, look at the damn version number and see if it complies. If not, maybe try it out a bit to see if your numbers hit or not. IF your numbers don't update in a day or two, go read the FAQ again.

Yeah, bleeding edge niggas like myself that use Arch or something, note your updates and versioning. There might have been some update that isn't tested or updated on the other end and stuff making your seeding useless. Check it, if your above version or something, wait a day or two to see if the numbers hit, if not hit up the FAQ and downgrade until shit is either fixed or you switch to a new client.

I have had good results from Transmission, but that also might be subject to change in the future, just consult the FAQ on clients and you'll be okay.

That is all.
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Hardware / Re: WD My Passport not accessible
« Last post by techb on April 18, 2014, 05:07:25 am »
Hey everyone, so tonight I am working on a family computer to upgrade to Windows 7 and I decided to run Boot Nuke, I didnt realize that my external that contains all of the info and backups was still plugged in when I started the process, I noticed it quickly and removed it before Boot Nuke was at 0.01% but now when I am using my personal computer to try to access the drive it always times out when its trying to read the drive, the indicator light and everything on the drive works fine and is telling me the drive is okay, I can feel it spinning so its still alive. When I try to connect it to my computer I get a message that says...

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E:\ is not accessible. The parameter is incorrect.
Have any of you seen this before? Could Boot Nuke really have wiped that drive that quickly or damaged it enough to not be accessible?
I am researching it online as I am posting this, but if anyone has any advice on what I can do I would appreciate it! Thanks guys!

I haven't come across this before cause I have never used Boot Nuke. But here is what I will give advice on:

1) You may be fucked, cause after googling Boot Nuke, I doubt it even cares to can files before ridding them. If it where to see what it was about to nuke and put it into some database or something then act (referring to the 1% if it did that kinda of thing). But it looks like this program was meant for NUKING shit.... Sorry bro, it might be the only "scan" it might have done was look for drives to fry. Externals being first option cause of reasons. In this "new" user kind of since, you could attempt a disk recovery with a bootable CD or something, but I really doubt it would work.

2) Next option is trying something like BinWalk to see if a file structure is even in tact, or other means of checking if indexing and other shit is still there. Rebuilding can be an option from there, or at least grabbing data you need. Since you stopped  it so early [lol], the data you want/need should/might be there. Just google around and if said programs and such don't fix it, google more. Data isn't gone till it's gone off a drive.

ALSO, fuckin loose Windows.... Use Linux, your going to need it if your ever to see your data again bro.
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Found it on the Webs / Re: Stumbling across something you made
« Last post by techb on April 18, 2014, 04:54:53 am »
Most of the stuff I do and might be used by someone else is stuff with Arduino or embedded crap. So if they use it, and don't post a blog or something about my stuff then I shall never know. I would like to think I'm helping someone out there with their endeavors. But. when I search my names on google I feel a bit better lol.
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Web Oriented Programming / Re: Graph.js
« Last post by Uriah on April 18, 2014, 03:55:47 am »
Some things were added since I last posted here if you guys want to see the new animations and such. I know some people here are minimalists so ofc you can turn off the eye candy.

I also thought I should leave this:
http://canvaskite.com/marketplace/webpro/dark-theme/index.html
and this: https://evilzone.org/found-it-on-the-webs/stumbling-across-something-you-made/
here. It uses this library!
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Found it on the Webs / Stumbling across something you made
« Last post by Uriah on April 18, 2014, 03:52:39 am »
It's so awesome to visit a website randomly and then realize it uses your open source code! I was looking at this template for some design ideas: http://canvaskite.com/marketplace/webpro/dark-theme/index.html
when I saw the big graph (last graph on the page). I thought to myself: Oh that looks pretty cool! But I thought there were no SVG graph libraries around that work like that, which is why I made my own. So I was really angry for a second, thinking I wasted my time when there was already a library out there that worked apparently much better than mine. But then I clicked the button to view another type of graph, and saw the animations run. I got a WHOA feeling, looked at the source code, and sure enough, it uses the library I made for graphs.

It feels amazing to know that you've contributed to the web and made something other random people actually use and like. Especially when it works nicely. :D Also, I'm a horrible designer so this looks much better than my examples on the github page, which is what caught me off guard.

My Code: https://github.com/uriahsanders/Graph.js
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