I've found a way to use proposed in "ssh brute force" post method to auth users on some kind of services, server may provide, but where software may not support authentication at all.
Opinions on this auth for tinyproxy are welcome.
If you still have whose "autorun.inf puppies", which are being run by office rats, after all install && update && upgrade of the so called "anti-virus" software. Please, welcome!
Достали автораны и жирные ненасытные обновлениями антивирусы, которые до сих пор не могут с ними ничего поделать? Добро пожаловать!
for visible process open with "cscript" более удобен для видимой работы
I've bought a LED head light some time ago. Battery turned to be absolutely useless. It runs only 15 minutes instead of 12 hours. It has two holes inside, but there’s no liquid. Maybe all went off, and thus there’s no power… Even if had something, I don’t know what to put there, acid, alkali, water?..
Now i'm doing some kind of translator (to C), that can turn second to its functional equivalent -- first:
void handle_mcucsr(void) __attribute__((section(".init3"))) __attribute__((naked));
mcucsr = MCUCSR;
MCUCSR = 0;
handle_mcucsr: sect[ion] .init3, naked! mcucsr = MCUCSR MCUCSR = 0
I'm back too. Back to my native places, native laguage etc. I've got some internet access and will share something (hopefully).
Want to start publication also in russian laguage. Let's see what will happen.
So, итак, я снова на кернелтрап.орг. Вернулся на родину, добыл немного интернета, и думаю начать публиковать информацию также на русском языке. Посмотрим к чему это приведёт.
Feel free to e-m@il me on any stuff i might have useful.
Posted Jun 17, 2008 18:33 UTC (Tue) by olecom (guest, #42886) [Link]
IT bubble days are over. Linux kernel (almost the only useful FOSS thing left) tries to not loose it's volume.
Developers do what they do on limited resources, using dumb tools or no tools at all, saving buzz-hype using PR fuzz. It is a social and economical problem, not a technical and/or ethical one.
From: "Oleg Verych" <email@example.com> Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 17:56:57 +0100 To: Jamie Lokier Subject: Re: about size optimizations (Re: Not as much ccache win as I expected) Cc: David Woodhouse, linux-embedded, linux-kbuild, segher > You can do this without changin the Makefile, if you provide suitable > scripts on $PATH for the make.
From: "Oleg Verych" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: linux-embedded <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2008 22:52:52 +0100 Subject: about size optimizations (Re: Not as much ccache win as I expected)
your editor and any other may just look onto smtp<>nntp<>news_reader. Yes this is not `apt-get install foo` stuff, but exim4<>inn<>slrn for private mail or gmane<>slrn for lists is the most productive, flexible and stable environment i've ever had.
This post is in russian aimed for my close communication cycle. But i want to share it in my search for collegues in general and on consciousness in particular.
ACPI-fied or driverized extention keys on keyboard on laptop are just stupid. There are 100 keys, they need even more and ugly.
'Fn' on laptops. Why all extentions: backlight, sound volume, etc. cannot be done for one hand: Fn+1 Fn+2.. Fn+q Fn+w.. Fn+a Fn+s?
I doubt this frozen 'Fn' thing is even needed at all. Again, more flexible UI and keyboard in the first place are needed! EOF
Ordinary headphones with volume potentiometer. What if i need just next/prev song and stop/start playback commands? By sensing resistance of the load/output current on amplifier all can be acheived (by two buttons):
* either left or right resistance is high (no volume, small current) -- prev./next
* both are high -- stop if playing, play if stoped (or on/off chain + application decides)
In this article I provide a practical analysis of programming practices and education. The phrase ``Good programmers are lazy'' is very often offered to students as a guide to good programming. This statement is very wrong and reflects some of the problems with attitudes in computer science today.
I claim to be a
`sed` lover, not guru (generally bad term), not geek. Since seders is closed private group (stupid, huh), i'd like to post something interesting and useful here.
Tutorials, i know, and could find in google all have silly examples and suck. Let's do a HOWTO for real-life stuff.