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  1. Re: Weather station hardware and software recommendations

    Sadly, the project fell by the wayside for me. It was a summer project while I was home from university for the summer, but it's been sitting in my parents' basement since then. Hopefully I can pick...
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    Re: Windows (PE) Executable Disassembly on Linux

    Thanks for the advice. This keygen.exe is supposedly infected with a Trojan. I'm interested in virus analysis, so I just wanted to take a look. Maybe there are tools more appropriate for that...
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    Re: Windows (PE) Executable Disassembly on Linux

    Also, objdump --help shows this:

    objdump: supported targets: elf32-i386 a.out-i386-linux efi-app-ia32 efi-bsdrv-ia32 efi-rtdrv-ia32 elf32-little elf32-big elf64-x86-64 efi-app-x86_64...
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    Re: Windows (PE) Executable Disassembly on Linux

    Here's what I get when I run objdump:

    mike@mike-laptop:~$ objdump -d -M intel keygen.exe > keygen.exe.dump
    objdump: keygen.exe: File format is ambiguous
    objdump: Matching formats: efi-app-ia32...
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    Windows (PE) Executable Disassembly on Linux

    Anyone know of any graphical Windows Portable Executable (PE) disassemblers that run on Linux? I've been looking for one, but can't seem to find any. I would imagine there are tools to analyze PEs on...
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    Snort not detecting anything

    Hey,

    I'm not sure if I'm posting in the right forum or not. I haven't been on Ubuntu Forums in a while and I thought they used to have an "other operating systems" category. I've asked this...
  7. Re: Java: Recommended FTP library and security question

    I know plenty of server-side programming, enough to make such functionality in PHP or Perl (and the server functionality to do so). I just thought it might be easier and faster to work with Java. If...
  8. Re: Java: Recommended FTP library and security question

    Users would only have access to my applet by first logging in through PHP/MySQL (about 15 users, none of whom are very tech-savvy)
  9. Re: Java: Recommended FTP library and security question

    As far as I know, I can't run servlets, and I'd like to be able to upload/download files from my applet, as well as show maybe an image preview, and have the ability to add tags to files
  10. Java: Recommended FTP library and security question

    Hi,

    I am writing a Java applet that I would like to show a representation of the file structure on my web server. I figured the best way to do this would be through FTP communication between the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Madwifi no wifi0 interface

    Sorry, found my own mistake. Lingering ath5k modules were the cause of the problem.

    I added the following lines to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist:

    blacklist ath9k
    blacklist mac80211

    Then...
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    [ubuntu] Madwifi no wifi0 interface

    Hey,

    I'm having trouble getting my D-Link DWA-643 ExpressCard AR5418 to work. I did it last summer:

    http://mikazotechblog.blogspot.com/2008/08/d-link-dwa-643-expresscard-and-madwifi.html

    But...
  13. Re: Weather station hardware and software recommendations

    I came up with an idea for an anemometer. Here's what I have so far.

    http://mikazotechblog.blogspot.com/2008/08/uncompleted-homemade-anemometer.html

    Any thoughts?
  14. Thread: ath9k

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    [all variants] Re: ath9k

    I just bought a D-Link DWA-643 ExpressCard with the Atheros AR5418 chipset, supported by ath9k as far as I know. I'm running Linux Mint 5, kernel version 2.6.24-16-generic

    Is it possible to use...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Best PCMCIA wireless card?

    I'm also in the market for a wireless card. Anyone have any more suggestions or success stories?

    I'm looking for something PCMCIA with good Linux support, preferably monitor mode-enabled. Extended...
  16. Re: Weather station hardware and software recommendations

    After some searching, I did find a temperature module.

    http://www.alliedelec.com/Search/ProductDetail.aspx?SKU=6710082&MPN=DS1620&R=6710082&SEARCH=6710082&DESC=DS1620

    I've also come up with an...
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    Re: What is Java good for?

    Java is a good language for learning the concepts of object-oriented programming, without having to deal with pointers and memory allocation and all that. Not that pointers aren't a good thing to...
  18. Re: Question for computer science majors and grads

    I imagine a lot of companies will simply hire their co-op students once they graduate too. I know there are a lot of benefits to co-op. I wonder if there are any success stories of grads from the...
  19. Question for computer science majors and grads

    Question for all the computer science majors and grads:

    To current comp. sci. students:

    Are you enrolled in a co-operative education program (work terms at a computer science-related enterprise...
  20. Re: Weather station hardware and software recommendations

    I was going to start a thread about weather station hardware too, but I found this one. I'm interested to know if anyone knows of an online source or supplier for temperature sensors, wind speed...
  21. Thread: Boot Problem

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    [kubuntu] Re: Boot Problem

    I Googled "reinstall grub" to see what comes up... maybe some of those sites can help. As far as I know, it is possible to resintall your bootloader without formatting.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Considering Linux

    Also, if you are installing on a laptop, be sure to take a look at this thread

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=805570
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    [ubuntu] Re: Considering Linux

    If you are making the switch from Windows, I suggest you do what I did at first: Have a Windows partition and a Ubuntu partition on your new laptop. Switch between the two if you need to for certain...
  24. Thread: The BUMP Thread

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    Re: The BUMP Thread

    Does everyone just use this thread to inflate their post count?
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    Re: Meta package 'marketplace'

    While some hardcore Linux users might disagree with you, I think it's a great idea for those making the switch from Windows, or just starting to dip their feet in Linux.

    I have been using Linux...
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