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Posted 03-03-2012 at 09:00 AM by argess

test posting to blog
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My birthday presents

Posted 03-03-2012 at 05:38 AM by TheIndependentAquarius
Updated 03-03-2012 at 05:56 AM by TheIndependentAquarius

So, I turned 29 on 18th Feb 2012. Thought of presenting
myself with the toys I was longing for quite a while.
  • Nikon D3100 (body only).
  • Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G.
  • Bajaj Oven Toaster Griller (3 in 1) 28 ltrs.

Owned Canon PowerShot SX210 IS for about two years.
That camera produces horrible outputs in low light.
No wide apertures. Horrible noise at ISO 200.
I was discouraged. Discouraged to the level that I had
totally abandoned...
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Slackware-13.37-Hacks-Encrypted Netbook

Posted 03-02-2012 at 11:42 AM by arniekat


Item List:
1. A 1GB USB Flash Disk (Lilo Boot Disk)
2. A 4GB USB Flash Disk (Slackware 13.37 USB Installer)
3. A USB External Hard Drive at least 16GB (Windows 7 Recovery Image)

This tutorial will keep the Windows 7 Install and have Slackware 13.37 installed alongside Windows. You will boot Slackware with a 1GB Lilo Boot Disk. If the Boot Disk is not inserted, the machine will boot straight to Windows without anyone...
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Been sorta busy.

Posted 03-02-2012 at 06:23 AM by peonuser
Updated 03-02-2012 at 06:26 AM by peonuser

Finally have my robot up and running. It will probably just a butler for now. Wifi for that old p1 board was a real hassle. Overcame that issue.

Spent a lot of time on the Insignia Infocast. Upgraded it to the Chumby 8 firmware. At first, I really did not like it, but like anything it grows on you. Never used Arch Linux, but can not wait to see what it can do for the unit. The now aka Chumby 8 will give that product from Cupertino, California a real challenge as well as Android....
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os detection of a remote machine throough its ip address

Posted 03-01-2012 at 11:48 PM by secretsayan

hey guys! i m presently working how to find the os of a remote machine through its ip address...after extensive searching i have discoevred that there are few ways and they are...

1. active ip stackfingerprinting-- this is how softwares like nmap do it.

2. ttl values--- this is easy and useful but the problem is dat i could not tell specifically the version of the os..i.e. we can tell that whether the remote os is a windows or a linux but u cannot distinguish between...
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