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    [ubuntu] Re: Chainloading TrueCrypt with GRUB2

    For anyone still looking, I think I found a simple solution.



    How to make grub2 boot an iso
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    [all variants] Re: Forcing a program's route

    I'd love to do this in a jail, but aren't the routes are held in the kernel? Also the system I'm using is lacking any kind of real VM support.

    I'm trying to run a torrent client this way, can...
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    [all variants] Forcing a program's route

    If it's not supported in the application directly, how do I tell a program to go through a specific interface? My default route is to eth0, but I want one program to communicate through wlan0.
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  4. [all variants] Force a program to go through a different interface

    If it's not supported in the application directly, how do I tell a program to go through a specific interface? My default route is to eth0, but I want one program to communicate through wlan0.
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    windows key in rdesktop

    I've been using an altered ltsp client to create kind of a fat thin client (more like thinstation). It works well except that the windows key is toggled, not pushed down to be active.

    The only...
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    Re: Standard Config Files

    I already know i'd use libxml2-dev, but I haven't seen many apps use xml for the config file. Just curious why that is.
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    Standard Config Files

    Is there a standard library (for c) to handle parsing config files? I've found a few, but it just seems redundant that almost every app out there writes their own parser. I'm writing an app where...
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    [all variants] Re: dhcpd with Vista clients

    Sorry, gotta bump.

    I really don't want to have to change back to Windows servers to fix this issue. There has got to be a fix for this. My roommate runs our home router off of a FreeBSD machine...
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    [all variants] Re: dhcpd with Vista clients

    Thanks, but that's not an answer that I can push on to upper management. They have another location that uses a Microsoft DHCP server, and their Vista machines work fine unaltered. If ISC's DHCP...
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    [all variants] dhcpd with Vista clients

    I'm running Intrepid, though I had the same problem with hardy. Vista clients are unable to get an IP address from the dhcp server. I have functional XP and linux clients, but the Vista machines...
  11. Thread: C/GTK Stopwatch

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    C/GTK Stopwatch

    I wrote a program I find useful, now what? If others find it useful, I'd like to share it, but how should I go about it?

    Also, I'd like some criticism on the code if anyone wants to look over it....
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    Re: Idea for screen: Is this possible?

    I'm curious if this can be conceptually done with x11, so I think it's relevant to programming. If I hear it is possible I'll have a go at it.


    Not quite. Run ssh -X to another box and you can...
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    Idea for screen: Is this possible?

    Lets say I have a server at home, where I like to run several gui apps. I use ssh -X to view them on my system. Would it be plausable to have x11 support in screen so that I could ssh -X, then...
  14. Thread: popen() + ssh

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    Re: popen() + ssh

    You could use a library instead of wrapping the binary.
    http://0xbadc0de.be/wiki/libssh:libssh
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    Re: Pointers with argv[] in C

    First off, look into getopt
    http://www.gnu.org/software/libtool/manual/libc/Using-Getopt.html#Using-Getopt


    int main(char argc, char *argv[]){
    printf("You have run me with: %s...
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    Re: Simple C question

    This is how I've always done it. I just resolve the domain, and assume internet works if that does. It's a really quick and simple check.


    #include <netdb.h>
    #include <stdio.h>

    int main(int...
  17. Re: Change the default screensaver from black to ubuntu logo

    Floating ubuntu wasn't shipped with hardy for some reason.
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=733479

    But either way I agree, floating ubuntu would be much better than blank.
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    Re: Testing Safari Browser with Ubuntu

    The next release of gnome will have "Webkit" as the default rendering engine, which is what safari uses. You can test this now by installing midori. It's not perfect, flash and other media applets...
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    Re: Question about robotics

    They offer this at my school:
    http://www.uat.edu/majors/robotics_and_embedded_systems.aspx

    The head of robotics is the smartest person I've ever met. He runs the Mystery Box challenge at defcon:...
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    Re: Add ASP/ADO highlighting for gedit

    As of now, there is none.

    You can watch the bug here though:
    http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=139968
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    Re: Creating My own mp3 player using C

    http://www.gstreamer.net/


    I think this is more what you are looking for. I created a gui mp3 player a few weeks ago in c using this and gtk. It is a bit confusing to start with, but read the...
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    Re: what good is the pointer to void?

    An example of this, libcurl. It has a function to set a callback to view the progress of a download. So whenever it gets data, it runs whatever function you give it. If you do not want to use...
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    Re: Help with Pandora Radio Wrapper

    I'm trying to find out definitely if a third party client is legal, and I'm guessing through the DMCA that it is not.

    There is a clause allowing reverse engineering:

    But I don't think this is...
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    Re: Help with Pandora Radio Wrapper

    How legal would it be to reverse the flash and create a true 3rd party client? I would think that would be a much cleaner way (avoiding flash would be nice...).
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    Re: The question about pseudo-random integers

    http://www.metasploit.com/users/hdm/tools/debian-openssl/pmeo9hcjp7aw9.jpg

    I thought man srand explained it fairly well:


    It sets the seed for rand() to something other than 1.

    Also, it's...
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