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Creating and Formatting Partitions with FDISK and mkfs - BASH - Linux
 
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http://filmsbykris.com/wordpress/?p=318 Got Questions? visit http://FilmsByKris.com/forum Chat with us and learn more http://FilmsByKris.com/irc
Views: 113397 Kris Occhipinti
C++ Code::Blocks error; uses an invalid compiler. Probably the toolchain path
 
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C++ tutorials for code::blocks error "Hello World - Debug" uses an invalid compiler. Probably the toolchain path within the compile the compiler options is not setup correctly?! Skipping... I'll show you how to fix this problem!
Views: 202674 Daniel Foreman
Gimp- Reduce JPG Image File Size / Quality
 
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Convert to JPG (lossy) format to reduce image size of a picture UPDATE: In the newer versions of Gimp - Save a file go to File→Export Save as JPG, PNG, or GIF file type extension http://www.PenguinTutorials.com/
Views: 44814 PenguinTutorialsVids
Boot from ISO files using Grub2 in Ubuntu
 
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My latest screencast showing how I boot from .iso files using Grub2 in Ubuntu. Here are the lines to make the necessary boot entry: menuentry "My Newest Ubuntu Daily Build" { set isofile="/oneiric-desktop-amd64.iso" loopback loop (hd0,1)$isofile linux (loop)/casper/vmlinuz boot=casper iso-scan/filename=/oneiric-desktop-amd64.iso noprompt noeject quiet splash initrd (loop)/casper/initrd.lz } Music by Derek Miller. Song titled "In Phase One."
Views: 25129 smartscreencast
gnuplot Tutorial Part 02 (Fitting Data)
 
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I show you how to use gnuplot to fit polynomials to data. First I show how to fit with straight line and then with a parabola. Generalizing to higher order polynomials is straightforward. Also, generalizing to data with x and y error bars is done with xyerrorbars, just as with the plot option. Type " help xyerrorbars" in gnuplot for more information.
Views: 47701 Glen MacLachlan
Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler
 
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Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler from Codesourcery (arm-2011.03-42-arm-none-eabi-i686-pc-linux-gnu)
Views: 3412 Venkatesan Muthukumar
Grub Rescue - Complete Re-install of GRUB 2 from Live USB
 
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Seeing nothing but the grub rescue prompt? Did Windows mess up your Master Boot Record? Using Ubuntu, GRUB 2 got you down? Who needs Live CDs? This video tutorial will show you how you can use an Ubuntu Live USB drive to reinstall GRUB, even when your boot device is inaccessible. Commands used in this video: sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt *****Using the linux installation on your hard drive instead of /dev/sda5 sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys sudo chroot /mnt grub-install /dev/sda *****Using your boot device instead of /dev/sda CTRL-D sudo umount /mnt/dev sudo umount /mnt/proc sudo umount /mnt/sys sudo umount /mnt This video was produced on Linux and edited entirely using open source programs! My USB is a Mimobot, found here http://bit.ly/pSU2Wt Intro made in Linux by Yazlanka: http://twitter.com/#!/yazlanka Outtro thanks to Wayne Tedder :http://www.youtube.com/user/deathguppie Fight for the users in our Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/CKYwgxA
Views: 285994 Nixie Pixel
Bharat operating system solutions-Network Tools
 
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Bharat operating system solutions-Network Tools
Views: 605 bharath kumar
6 · First C program built (from terminal) |Difficulty:•|
 
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Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C In this occasion, the first attempt of building from the command line is done. We set the cmd.exe properties so that it is more practical to modify the commands. We change some directory names in order to distinguish IDE built exercises from command line built exercises. Using GCC as the builder, we write the name of the .c file to be compiled as the first argument to GCC.
Views: 6339 Gabriel Hasbun
Digifort Tutorial - Licensing your Software usind the License File
 
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This tutorial Will Show you, how to license you software by the hardkey Using a license file! For more video Tips visit our Youtube Channel!
Views: 2365 DigifortVideoTips
Check filesystem and force fix
 
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This video shows an example of how to use Rescatux for checking a filesystem and force its fix. This can be useful when you are trying to recover Grub installation and somehow live cd or grub itself cannot find their own files. --- http://www.supergrubdisk.org/rescatux/ --- Rescatux is a GNU/Linux rescue cd (and eventually also Windows) but it is not like other rescue disks. Rescatux comes with Rescapp. Rescapp is a nice wizard that will guide you through your rescue tasks.
Views: 7557 adrian15sgd
Creating a MicroBlaze emulator in C++11 (runs Linux!)
 
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In this tool-assisted programming video, I create a portable emulator for a certain architecture that can run Linux, using C++11. The source code is about 780 lines in total. Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit Patreon: https://patreon.com/Bisqwit (alternatives at https://iki.fi/bisqwit/donate.html) Twitch: https://twitch.tv/RealBisqwit Homepage: https://iki.fi/bisqwit/ Approximate count of lines of code per topic, in the source code: - 80 lines, CPU: Registers and constants - 230 lines, CPU: Interpreting and parsing CPU opcodes - 80 lines, CPU: Exceptions and Interrupts - 100 lines, CPU: Memory Management Unit (MMU) - 50 lines, I/O framework: Memory map, endianness and integer sizes - 50 lines, Device: UART (console I/O) - 60 lines, Device: Timer - 50 lines, Device: Interrupt Controller - 20 lines, Loading of Linux kernel from disk file - 60 lines, (other, and inaccuracies in the above numbers) All resources concerning this video can be downloaded from https://bisqwit.iki.fi/jutut/kuvat/programming_examples/microblaze/ . I do not own a MicroBlaze chip, nor any FPGA platform by Xilinx or anyone else. I just wanted to create an emulator that can run Linux, inspired by Fabrice Bellard's JSLinux at http://bellard.org/jslinux/ . For the emulator programming example that I wanted to create, I started looking for the simplest possible platform that can run Linux, and from reading GXemul source code, I initially went with DEC Alpha. However, after writing most of the CPU emulator for Alpha, I perceived that by adding the remaining parts, such as PALCODE emulation, the emulator easily grows far beyond what people could read and understand in 15 minutes (YouTube's currently enforced limit on my account). Thus I gave up with DEC Alpha. Then, when studying QEMU source code, I learned about MicroBlaze. I downloaded the official documentation of MicroBlaze, and found that it was possible to emulate it with a relatively few lines of code. I had the kernel up and booting in a few days, but I ran into serious problems when trying to get userspace programs work. Turns out, the GNU toolchain for MicroBlaze is not as robust as I thought it would be. I won't enumerate the exact list of problems I had, but metaphorically speaking, I spent two weeks wading a poisonous swamp, trying to find a way around thorny bushes that seemed to extend for miles in all directions. It was quite exhausting. Thanks to the MicroBlaze target GCC maintainer, Michael Eager, for being patient with me and my many questions and/or complaints. In the end, I settled for less-than-perfect and this is what you have. After all, my focus was in the emulator, not in Linux... Examples on how the MicroBlaze CPU differs from Intel 386/Pentium family (x86): - Many categories of instructions are optional, even ones that have been always present on x86. - All instructions are 32 bits in length (with an optional 32-bit prefix for long immediates). In x86, instructions are of varying lengths. - All memory access must be properly aligned. In x86, only a handful of SIMD instructions require memory addresses to be aligned. - MicroBlaze is big-endian (12345678h is stored in memory as 12 34 56 78). x86 is little-endian (78 56 34 12). There is also a little-endian version of MicroBlaze. - MicroBlaze has instructions with a "delay slot", where a branch/return will not take immediately effect, but after one extra instruction. x86 does not have delay slots. - Support for "flags" is very minimal. Only a handful operations support the carry flag. With x86, almost every operation affects the zero, sign, carry and other flags. - Floating point functionality is greatly reduced, and in fact, optional. In x86, the FPU is built-in (since Pentium), and supports more precision. - The TLB is software-managed, by the kernel software. In x86, it is hardware-managed from the paging tables that are stored in system RAM. Apologies if the text's tininess bothers anyone. From my previous videos I received feedback suggesting that I should try to maintain a broader visual to the source code rather than zooming in at times for focus, so I did exactly that. I also experimented with some ways to keep the aspect ratio natural even as it varies. Tip: HD. The ending cuts a few seconds short due to an unidentified encoding mishap. I put the text in annotations instead. The music in this video is played through ADLMIDI using OPL3 emulation. The songs are from SNES games Thunder Spirits, Bahamut Lagoon and Fire Emblem 4. I do some tool-assisted voiceover in the video. I had great fun doing that, not taking my cumbersome pronounciation too seriously. English is very difficult to pronounce, very difficult sequences of consonants and sometimes hard to choose the right phonemes to begin with. I have found Hebrew and Japanese to be significantly easier. Anyway, does anyone want to contribute closed-captions?
Views: 27538 Bisqwit
C++ Programming Intro to Code Blocks Tutorial
 
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Want all of our free C++ videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-c-plus-plus.html In this video based course expert author Mike McMillian shows you the techniques to take your C++ Programming skills to the next level. This tutorial video covers Code Blocks. This lesson is just a short extract from the full 10 hour course. If you would like to view all the C++ Programming videos in far higher detail, please visit our website. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Linux Reader - Access Linux Files From Windows - Windows 7
 
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http://www.diskinternals.com/linux-reader/ How to get safe and quick access to alternative file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is a new easy way to do this. This program plays the role of a bridge between your Windows and Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems. There are a number of evident merits of the program, which you should know. First of all, DiskInternals Linux Reader is absolutely free. Secondly, the program provides for read-only access and does not allow you to make records in file system partitions. This guarantees that the interference in an alterative file system will not affect the work of Linux later. Apart from this, it is necessary to note, that it gives you an opportunity to use common Windows Explorer for extracting data. A preview option for pictures is one more pleasant point, which is worth mentioning. How to get safe and quick access to any file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is an easy and short way to solve the problem! While saving, it ignores file security policies. It means that it is possible to access absolutely any file on a Linux disk from Windows. The program can create and open disk images. Linux Reader is 100% FREE.
Views: 28849 notoolrush
SimpleScalar Installation | igoY.in
 
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SimpleScalar installation made simple. This comes from my post http://www.igoy.in/simplescalar-installation-made-simple/ UPDATE - After 'make' @8:31 please do 'make install' @8:43 and the proceed towards installing simulator Also, if you are using a 64-bit system, you may need to install "g++-multilib" to get rid of the error - "gnu/stub-32.h missing". only 32-bit archs have dis file nd will not be der in t 64-bit archs...u may install dis using "sudo apt-get install g++-multilib". - beniyer11
Views: 11390 Yogesh Mhatre
Bash command line emacs edit mode
 
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Introduce bash command line editing skill in emacs mode 1. Bash shell option: set -o [option] 2. Move character: CTRL-B, CTRL-F (ie. arrow left and right) 3. Move word: ESC-B, ESC-F 4. Delete character: DEL, Backspace key 5. Delete word: ESC-D 6. Retrieve (yank) last delete: CTRL-Y 7. Move begin of line: CTRL-A 8. Move end of line: CTRL-E 9. Delete till end of line: CTRL-K 10. Search previous command: CTRL-R 11. Fix command: fc
Views: 2495 Jogger Shyr
Changing Boot default in grub
 
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Changing the grub to where a windows OS will load by default instead of ubuntu when booting up
Views: 9655 Yusof Yaghi
Intro to Simply Fortran: Starting from Scratch
 
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This brief video shows how to get started with Simply Fortran from scratch. A new Fortran file is created and added to an empty project. Next, the executable is renamed under project options. The project is then saved and, finally, built and executed.
Views: 9562 approximatrix
live dmesg
 
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"live dmesg" android app (root) in action. Finally a REAL dmesg log while booting, instead of those faked animations!
Views: 20886 Jorrit Jongma
4 · Code::Blocks setup |Difficulty:•|
 
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Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C In this occasion we adjust Code:Blocks settings in accordance to our needs. MinGW is set as the default compiler(the program that generates machine code out of source code) and our first C compilation is attempted.
Views: 7635 Gabriel Hasbun
Run Boot Info Script from Rescatux and share its log
 
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This video shows an example of how to use Rescatux in order to share Boot Info Script output. First step is to run Boot Info Script option. Second step is to share it thanks to one of the Rescatux's support options: Share log which generates a pastebin. This can be useful when you have need assistance with a problem in your computer. --- http://www.supergrubdisk.org/rescatux/ --- Rescatux is a GNU/Linux rescue cd (and eventually also Windows) but it is not like other rescue disks. Rescatux comes with Rescapp. Rescapp is a nice wizard that will guide you through your rescue tasks.
Views: 1899 adrian15sgd
Working with ISO and IMG files in QEMU - Linux
 
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http://filmsbykris.com/wordpress/?p=930 Chat with us and learn more http://FilmsByKris.com/irc Find me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Films-By-Kris/225113590836253 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
Views: 38404 Kris Occhipinti
C++ tutorial 15 - command line arguments
 
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In this tutorial on C++ I want to show you the command line arguments. Actually we will give parameters to the main function.
Views: 56312 thecplusplusguy
How to change Media Player Classic Toolbar(Play,Pause,Stop Button)
 
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Download here : http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/mpc-hc/wiki/Toolbar_images Hey, so.. I've been searching for tutorials on youtube on how to change the toolbar on MPC Home Classic. Unfortunately I didn't find any. So, I uploaded one. Anyways, hope I helped. IGNORE THIS: Media Player Classic (MPC) is a compact media player for 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows. The application mimics the look and feel of the old, lightweight Windows Media Player 6.4 but integrates most options and features found in modern media players. It and its forks are standard media players in the K-Lite Codec Pack and the Combined Community Codec Pack. Media Player Classic was originally created and maintained by a programmer named "Gabest". It was developed as a closed-source application, but later relicensed as free software under the terms of the GNU General Public License. MPC is hosted under the guliverkli project at SourceForge.net. The project itself is something of an umbrella organization for works by Gabest. This project is now principally maintained by the community at the Doom9 forum. The currently active fork is called "Media Player Classic Home Cinema".
Views: 45126 musikistmeinleben199
GNU / Linux : Lignes de commandes Débutant 4
 
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Je n'ai pas de publicité :-) Merci de soutenir mon travail sur : https://www.patreon.com/justumen Mon retour depuis 2018 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8kpvf0mO60 Mon nouveau projet [vostfr] : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYtFnk0P4x0 QUIZ : http://bjornulf.fr/linux/ vocabulaire : parent,enfant,arguments,options,répertoire courant
Views: 8373 Bjornulf Frode
Standard User (Limited Account) Part 1 - Windows 7
 
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Why use a standard user account instead of an administrator account? The standard account can help protect your computer by preventing users from making changes that affect everyone who uses the computer, such as deleting files that are required for the computer to work. We recommend creating a standard account for each user. When you are logged on to Windows with a standard account, you can do almost anything that you can do with an administrator account, but if you want to do something that affects other users of the computer, such as installing software or changing security settings, Windows might ask you to provide a password for an administrator account.
Views: 17959 notoolrush
MySQL - Reverse Search Database - BASH - Linux
 
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http://filmsbykris.com/wordpress/?p=320 Got Questions? visit http://FilmsByKris.com/forum Chat with us and learn more http://FilmsByKris.com/irc
Views: 1447 Kris Occhipinti
GnuCash absolute basics
 
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A REALLY basic introduction for complete beginners, who may not even have seen an accounting program before. I hope this is useful to someone. It'll be easier to watch if you use a higher resolution, bigger viewer, or full-screen. Many thanks to all who have worked on making GnuCash such a useful tool!
Views: 229874 Quentin Stafford-Fraser
Guarire windowns usando Gnu/Linux (How to Cure a Windows Virus with Ubuntu Linux)
 
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Nuova Grafica yeah! Canale di NixiePixel: http://www.youtube.com/user/NixiePixel How to Cure a Windows Virus with Ubuntu Linux : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h3q5ss40oY Thanks you NixiePixel. hai qualche domanda ? : https://www.facebook.com/DanerIp Informatica Semplice © Daner IP
Views: 133 Daner IP
Smarter Google DNS | TechSNAP 21
 
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Google and openDNS join forces to improve the speed of your downloads, find out what they are doing and how it works! Plus gmail suffered another man in the middle attack, and Kernel.org gets some egg on their face! All that and more, on this week?s episode of TechSNAP! Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/techsnap21
Views: 3444 Jupiter Broadcasting
Change login screen of Fedora 15 (gnome)
 
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Code for gnome tweak tool *su -* (insert password) * yum install gnome-tweak-tool* Code for opeining control center/ * su -* (insert password) *xhost +SI:localuser:gdm* * sudo -u gdm gnome-control-center* Hope you like it
Views: 4472 Xtmosphere
How to solve CodeBlocks invalid compiler issue
 
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if you can't compile your C++ source codes , this video may help you figure out why and fix this problem .
Views: 22819 Emad Shaaban
Open folder with kate
 
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simple service menu for kde4 to open your folder with kate, it opens only text files. of course linux only :) http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/kate+folder+service+menu?content=147325
Views: 1784 nowardev
[HowTo] Change GRUB Background Image(Easy way)
 
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Check out: http://www.facebook.com/Videoorchard Easily Add Backgroud Image to your GRUB/GRUB2 in Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04/Linux Mint 1) Open terminal window and Type: sudo nautilus 2) Copy an image file you want to use as GRUB background,then paste it under a folder: /boot/grub/ 3) Update GRUB: sudo update-grub Note: Grub/Grub2 Background Image format supports: jpeg, tga, and png. Videoorchard Official Fan pages: Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/Videoorchard Twitter : http://twitter.com/Videoorchard Music: http://www.youtube.com/LDUKMusic
Views: 22498 Videoorchard
19-CompTIA Linux Plus (System Shutdown) By Eng-Tarek Helall | Arabic
 
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19-CompTIA Linux Plus (System Shutdown) By Eng-Tarek Helall | Arabic لمتابعة الكورس كامل : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB10A2567F3E46065 لا تنسوا الاشتراك في قناتنا على اليوتيوب .. ليصلكم كل جديد http://bit.ly/Free4arab http://www.Free4arab.com http://www.Facebook.com/Free4arab https://twitter.com/free4arab1 https://plus.google.com/113503705132872627915
Boot Fix - GRUB Error Solution - Linux Ubuntu
 
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This is another way to fix the ''GRUB Error Rescue'' problem. A very easy way, that I highly recommend! I didn't say in the video, that this method only works for GRUB 2 All you need is an Ubuntu Live-CD and you're good to go! sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install boot-repair-ubuntu Twitter: http://twitter.com/UbuntuHelpGuy Subscribe for more Ubuntu videos.
Views: 148181 UbuntuHelpGuy
Enable Right Click & icons on Desktop Gnome 3
 
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-Go to your package manager in Ubuntu and look for Tweak Tool (gnome). -Install -Located 'Tweak Tool' -Go to File Manager -Turn ON: Have file manager handle the desktop I used Kazam Screencaster to record this.
Views: 426 rexrydr
8 · Variables definitions |Difficulty:•|
 
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Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C We change the firstCprogram.c so that we define variables and extract and output to the standard output the values held. The "equals"(=) sign is not to be confused with equality but it is an assignment being done from the rvalue token to the lvalue token. A very succinct explanation of printf is present. 3 programs are used for editing the file, the old edit.com from the 16-bit era, notepad.exe, the classic ASCII(among other) encoding text editor, and Code:Blocks (where the keyword highlight feature is present)
Views: 374 Gabriel Hasbun
How To Change Your Command Prompt Into Colors
 
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HERE IS THE MENU COLOR FOR BASIC 0 = BLACK 1 = BLUE 2 = GREEN 3 = AQUA 4 = RED 5 = PURPLE 6 = YELLOW 7 = WHITE AND HERE IS THE 2 MENU COLOR FOR BACKGROUND 8 = GRAY 9 = LIGHT BLUE A = LIGHT GREEN B = LIGHT AQUA C = LIGHT RED D = LIGHT PURPLE E = LIGHT YELLOW F = BRIGHT WHITE ¤`× DJ HACKER ×´¤
Views: 85 Jose Granados
CTO Message - Compilers Compilers
 
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Back in the days of yore, pre-Internet, you knew where you stood with compilers. You'd write some code in some quasi-mathematical English, and then you'd let loose a compiler on it to produce a nice object file containing machine code that you then linked with other obj files into a program. Easy, huh? That must have been some time ago -- I'm showing my age here -- because we've had interpreters for a while where the code gets compiled on the fly into macro instructions that a state machine can execute. We've even had compilers that produce some kind of intermediate language that gets executed by a run-time virtual machine, which is after all a glorified state machine. But just recently I've been looking into another type of compiler altogether, one that compiles your code into another programming language. Because of my natural bent at the moment, I'm particularly interested in compilers that compile to JavaScript. One example is Script# which compiles C# code written against a special run-time to the equivalent JavaScript code. The interesting thing about this one is the conversion of a strongly-typed language into a dynamic language. That's possibly the most extreme case, however there's another that's just as powerful: CoffeeScript. What this one does is it abstracts out all the nasty things about JavaScript, adds a bunch of syntactic sugar, and compiles to very clean JavaScript. Companies like Google are now starting to add debugging information to the compiler output so that you can debug CoffeeScript directly. I often hear that some people find it hard to write client-side code in JavaScript. I think we're getting to the point where it'll no longer be necessary. JavaScript is becoming the assembly language of the web: write in some high level language, compile to JavaScript, and deploy the files produced as part of your site.
Views: 347 DevExpress
FOR loops in MATLAB: Nested FOR loops
 
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This screencasts gives an example of a nested FOR loop in a MATLAB program and how to create it based on a written algorithm. Also introduces the SIZE and MOD commands as a side trip.
Views: 245692 RobertTalbertPhD
Secure Erase / Format With bootable CD/USB Linux Parted Magic by Britec
 
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Secure Erase - Format With bootable CD-USB Linux Parted Magic by Britec This is a GUI Linux Secure Erase based on the Parted Magic ISO. It can be used on the Indilinx single controller drives and Sandforce based drives including the RevoDrive, RevoDrive X2 and the IBIS. For the RevoDrive, RevoDrive X2 or the IBIS see the note at the bottom of the page. Go to the Parted Magic website and download the latest ISO. After downloading use your favorite burning program to make a bootable Parted Magic disk Tutorial http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum/tutorials-and-how-to/secure-erase-with-bootable-cdusb-linux-point-and-click-method/ ------------------------------------------ http://www.britec.org.uk http://www.pcrepairhertfordshire.co.uk
Views: 62336 Britec09
How To Crack Binary Code!
 
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How to crack Binary Code! send it to your friends, family, and send binary messages to people you hate! Look up: Jeff.Bera on facebook Look up: I Diminished on XbL Download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?i1iarmn4g7kea2o
Views: 9000 IDiminished
1 A Basic Computer-Digital Data Storage And Transmission Method(s) - also see the video notes!
 
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READ HERE: KCS program: (digital to audio, and back) http://www.netbay.com.au/~dxforth/#kcs This is not a very new concept but one that is perhaps not known much today, but it can be very useful when you don't have internet and/or are living out in the winderness. It can also be fun for rescue people, or just to enhance your tech./multi-media abilities. It can be used to transmit computer files over things like radio/shortwave, laser communication, and phone lines (with a simple, but proper isolation circuit with a transformer). The data is stored as a sound file and that is what is actually transmitted with the radio waves or with laser light There are several types of programs available today for free on the internet. Most are for "shortwave/Ham Radio" communication - some are even for satellite signals such as weather maps, etc. Some are for transmitting only images, some for slow scan/simple television. This program in the video only uses the basic agreed upon standard form of storing compuer data to an audio form - mainly for tape recorders, and it's a small, no frills/no clutter of a program (and you dont' need to know a thing about digital and electronics....the program does that automatically for you). I think it's very good to begin with, to just get a basic feel of things. It's actually a (system) DOS program that I run using WindowsXP system, but that also allows you more control over the options by making simple "batch (.bat) files/programs if you want. Subscribe and message me and I will send you the free program link. To receive a radiowave with this type of data, you only need the radio receiver, and not the transmitter. You just have to find a good way (line in, mic) to get that sound into your computer soundcard or audio recorder for later processing. Even if you learned a bit about data sending and receiving then that is alot. I understand most people don't want to bother while we have good internet service to communicate with. Don't forget, you can make a "home network" easy if you have several computers, wireless included. Look it up, it's included with the Windows operating system, and you can transfer (send/receive) computer files from one computer to the other using direct connections or your broadband wireless connection. Before alot of these computer and shortwave data transmission stuff (RTTY - Radio TeleType), there were other popular forms of data transmission such as Fax Machines (send images over the phone lines), and TTY (Tele-Typewriter or "Tele-TYpe") communicaion for people who can't hear enough, it's sort of like a text chat machine that you attach to your phoneline. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Some Links: Sound Card Interfacing (if needed): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmsFhz_dyAg Program to receive digital transmissions on the internet, without a shortwave radio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GB9Ed02Vhr8 SDR - Software Defined Radio: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VtN9iIQbXk CERT : A USNERDOC video , shows a program using MT63 for noisy signals/enviornments: Text and TextChat Modes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7xU9mMn77Y THOR video: another scheme of communication http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6slNwyp3D60 MFTTY - Text Chat, TeleType, good for noisy areas. http://www.polar-electric.com/MFTT/index.html Image to audio and audio tape storage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fecEJxh3SpE Digital music to audio tape storage: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mseiBwPKvk ---------------- SSTV - Slow Scan TV - Transmit Still Images of Anything: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-aJm5q9LmQ A Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slow-scan_television Linked From Wikipedia, good article: http://www.g0hwc.com/ A SSTV test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8fwFbEtmtk SSTV : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi7YjQXAs4I&feature=related SSTV - Fax - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ss1xWEOO6Q Nasa and SSTV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mW9DXHkKpNo&feature=related ----------------------- NBTV - Narrow Band TV (video): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cYBciBjLNQ ----------------------------- A simple laser communication circuit using a dollar-store laser: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKRPfa66_po The laser method can also use (fast) digtal pulses: http://www.qsl.net/n9zia/wireless/laser/laser.htm Advanced Laser Networking: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZnH4_FAGR ---------------------------------------------------- For further technical reading about serial communication you can start here: Serial Data Communication: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_communication Tele-Type (TTY): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teletypewriter RTTY - Radio TTY: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RTTY -------------- Shortwave Listening: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shortwave_listening
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1 · Downloading MinGW |Difficulty:•|
 
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Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C We download MinGW from: www.mingw.org or search at sourceforge.net for mingw MinGW is the Windows version of GNU Compiler Collection. It has a minimalistic set of tools that allow to use GNU tools (like GCC, Make, Binutils, MSYS) inside Windows. You might be intimidated by using command line tools, but after you find out about its simplicity, while I guide you through the whole process, it turns out to be actually quite straightforward.
Views: 6781 Gabriel Hasbun
How I set up my online business in GnuCash
 
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Here is a video of how I set up the GnuCash books for my new business in less than 7 minutes. http://www.accountinator.com Do-it-yourself Accounting - quick, cheap, and easy.
Views: 50516 Mark Holtzman
Red Orchestra 2- Tutorial how to add MOD Maps to server (admins)
 
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There may be some server admins out there still tyring to figure out how to add what looks like to be currently 2 beta mod maps that have come out to their server. In this video I try and show how to not only add it to your server but your rogame.ini file so it shows up in your RO2 admin tool. Be advised the maps are in BETA stage and so I have experienced some crashing when running the two maps...hats off to the modders who have put a lot of hard work into getting these out.
Views: 2996 ttownthrowdown
Setting up & running a Linux key logger
 
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This video is on how to unpack the tarball, configure it, make, install it, and run this linux keylogger. Google Linux keylogger lkl download for the tarball source. It should come from source forge Ok lets say you already have the .tar file unpacked and are ready for the next step... If not then use your google-fu! Ok the current directory you should be in is ~/Documents/ but when you unpacked that .tar file you added a folder. So chang the directory and type cd ~/Documents/lkl now you should be in that directory. Your prompt should now look like [email protected]: ~/Documents/lkl$ now just type ./configure and your terminal will take care of the rest! SIDE NOTE -- The tilda(~) is basically a short cut. So instead of typing /home/ubuntu/Documents/ you can instead use the tilda and that path becomes ~/Documents/ After that your gonna need to become root before you can go any further! If your using Ubuntu type "sudo su" without the quotes. If you are using Debian or Fedora type "su" again without quotes. Type in your password and if you don't have a password I would suggest setting one up ASAP! To set a password just type "passwd". The rest is self explanitory. Now when that's out of the way type "make install" at the command line. (One more time, without quotes lol) SIDDE NOTE -- if you are running a program from the command prompt you must put ./ before the program name. Now your linux keylogger should be installed. Now you want to run the program. So on the command prompt type, ./lkl -l -k keymaps/us_km --o /home/ubuntu/Documents/log.txt and hit enter and your key logger is set up. Let's go over what the commands that we entered were. ./lkl is obviously the name of the program lol -l sets the program into listening mode. -k is the keymap. You cannot run the program without a keymap. There are a few keymaps. You can find them in the lkl folder and check them out. -o specifies a file to store the keystrokes in. lkl's email option is ass and crashes if you uses it so you're probably better off coding your own server and add something to send files over email after a certain size. Shouldn't be too hard! Any anything else just message me.
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