I don’t use Wine. It’s difficult to get anything working and a pain once it is. However since I found out about the Wine-Doors project, it’s made me go back on that thought. It’s a fairly new project, but well on it’s way to being an enabler for a great many users. A great many users have been looking for that one last thing, to get them over the hump of still using Windows.
Yup, it’s finally here. Download it here! RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE AS So now that is done, I get to talk about other things that I am getting into: Wubi “Linux” Installer: http://wubi-installer.org/ This is actually pretty amazing. What it does is automagically downloads an ISO (takes a while), makes a virtual disk, puts entries in the Windows boot loader and tells you to restart. When you restart it boots to the virutal disk and installs the version of Ubuntu you chose.
Of course I am a little late, but litterally the ULTIMATE guide to wrt54g hacking is shipping: http://www.amazon.com/Linksys-WRT54G-Ultimate-Hacking-Asadoorian/dp/1597491667 Also, you can check out Paul Asadoorian and Larry Pesce at http://www.pauldotcom.com You can also download the PDF version of the book at: http://www.syngress.com/catalog/?pid=4170 CONGRATS GUYS… now where is my free copy? mubix
I received a Fonera router from my friend boxgamex and what was the first thing I thought of doing to it? Slaping OpenWRT on it and going to town. Well it took me 2 days of intense R&D but here is what I can tell you to make your life a little easier than mine was: I am definitely not going to reinvent the wheel, there are some great tutorials out there and I am going to link to them through out this article.
You know, I putting together a folder that would contain a copy of all my USB apps, minus the config files and I realized; Some of these people might get a bit miffed about me redistributing their software. So, I know you guys have waited forever and a day already, but I have to drag it out just a tad more. I am going to do the work of checking into each license to see if I can redistribute it.
So I am a complete noob when it comes to multicast and recently I have been hearing about it more and more. I know it’s been out there since the dawn of time but I simply thought it was a way of broadcasting video across the network. WRONG. So for those who don’t know, and correct me if I am wrong, a computer or device sends out a multicast packet headed for a 244.
Michael Noah Fuller 11:24 AM - May 13th, 2007 20 inches tall 7 lbs 15 oz Baby and Momma are doing great. those of you waiting on my USB torrent, I’m sorry to say, you have officially been trumped. I will get it up there some time in the next two weeks.
Ok, so I got a lot of questions of how everything works on my encrypted U3 drive. I started off with the Here is what goes in my go.cmd file from the SwitchBlade @echo off truecrypt /q /v saved.pst /lo o:pstart.exe So what I am doing here is connecting the saved.pst file as a truecrypt volume using /v. I am using the /q so that it doesn’t open the whole Truecrypt GUI.
As many of you know, I ran Hak.5 Radio for the longest time, and I am now a co-owner of the phoenixed Hak.5 radio station effort: KGMR Radio. So it shouldn’t suprise you to see that I fully support the following and expect you.. YES YOU, to click the link and tell your congress man or woman what is on my mind.
When I checked my Amazon account today, I was amazed to find that about 90% of the books that I have in my “Saved for later” cart have increased in price. What’s going on? I guess this raises a good question. What regulates the rise and fall of prices on the internet? Do you “shop around” for books on the internet? Or do you just go to Amazon.com and buy what you need?