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  2010-09-17 03:01:43 PM
BTW, any WireShark users out there? We use it plenty at work and a couple of weeks ago I bit the bullet and wrote a dissector for an internal protocol we use. I was afraid that coding a dissector was going to be a tough job... turned out it wasn't really hard at all! Icing on the cake, you run "make rpm-package", take and coffee break, and tada! You have a distributable RPM.

It's beautiful to be able to inspect packets without having to count byte/bit offsets and refer to a technical doc.
 
  2010-09-17 03:16:50 PM
Wireshark's pretty badass.
 
  2010-09-17 09:16:41 PM
RatOmeter: wyrlss: You should upgrade your OS. I hear linux is nice this time of year.

Hear, hear. Fedora 13 is almost not broken by now ;) Kidding aside, TehNacho might consider giving Ubuntu a spin. I use Fedora at home, mainly because I use Red Hat and CentOS at work. Helps boost familiarity. I've pretty much weaned myself off of Windows at home and it is a relief to be able to surf freely without an overriding fear of picking up some dread infection on the way. I've had to clean my wife's Vista box twice in the last couple of years and her internet habits are much less sketchy than mine.


Well, I've tried Ubuntu, and I could not get a damn thing to work. It crashed constantly too- most likely me, on account what I'm not all that good with computers- but I searched out help on simple things like installing updates in Ubuntu (something that was supposed to be automatic- but it would constantly run and constantly *crash?* and not work) and could not get anywhere.

I sure would like to get Windows 7, but I don't have the scratch for even the student discount version, if I could find one. Eventually I will probably upgrade with my next computer- whenever that happens.

This morning I installed an addon for Firefox by the name of RequestPolicy. It apparently helps stop redirects before they happen. I've been massively inundated with requests to allow stuff, so it must be doing something.

/not that it would help much if zeus were already on my machine
 
  2010-09-19 12:08:22 AM
I've used WireShark for years (well, it was Ethereal before it became WireShark). Absolutely love it.
Used to have to do load order testing for Flash content in a previous life due to working with some sucky developers.
 
  2010-09-20 02:55:09 PM
We use Wireshark a lot, and one of my friends is actually a developer who presented at Sharkfest.

It's nice to see what information and gibberish your devices and services might be sending out.

Haven't done anything with development myself, though. My buddy deals a lot with VoIP stuff.
 
  2010-09-21 03:22:22 PM
Someone here must have set up some sort of circuit/ect with LED lights, right? For a Halloween costume I wanted to make a sword out of some weak LEDs (Gideon Graves' pixel katana). I don't really know what I would be looking for, but I figured there must be some fairly cheap kind of LED I could cover some styrofoam with, attach a power source and get a 'pixel' like effect of squares. Can't seem to find cube-shaped LED lights but I know I've seen something similar.

/And Wireshark is sort of neat, we're using it for a class. It's a bit lower level than what I'm usually interested in though
 
  2010-09-21 03:44:53 PM
Yeah, LED's are easy, just don't overpay for 'em at Radio Shack. :)

You just need the right value resistor(s) to stick between them and the battery -- Google for "led resistor calculator" for the skinny on that. (Short version is it varies depending on battery voltage, LED type/color, how many LED's, series vs parallel...)

You can get round, rectangular, surface mount, whatever... There are 8x8 LED arrays you can get, though those tend to be round pixels instead of square. You could probably use some frosted plexi or something similar to make 'em look square... Poke around sparkfun.com and see what comes up.
 
  2010-09-21 05:27:18 PM
Thanks, surface mount seems to be what I want, had no idea what that was called. Also, how fragile are these exactly? I wouldn't be hitting anything with it but I'd be carting the sword around, I don't want anything that's going to go all christmas-tree-lights and stop working once it moves
Real physics suck since light doesn't like to emit as a square.
 
  2010-09-21 05:34:15 PM
Surface mount ones are hard to solder and they're pretty delicate. Regular LEDs are a lot more durable... the only tricky part is the wiring. Grab a few and play with 'em... at 10-35 cents a pop it doesn't really matter if you let the magic smoke out of a few :)
 
  2010-09-21 07:20:38 PM
Mike: Surface mount ones are hard to solder and they're pretty delicate. Regular LEDs are a lot more durable... the only tricky part is the wiring. Grab a few and play with 'em... at 10-35 cents a pop it doesn't really matter if you let the magic smoke out of a few :)

found a friend that has done circuitry stuff, sounds like surface mounts would be harder. Sounds like he knows ones that would be more ideal but I'm waiting for pictures...the one thing that's nicer about using a brick & mortar store. Not that we even have them here, I can barely find fruit (in Iowa) let alone raw circuitry material. IF nothing else it will be an experience to manually put this all together, never done much on the electrical engineering side of things, I prefer data.


On an unrelated note, anyone know if there is any way to enable a device to wake up the computer? My notebook used to wake up with a keyboard/button touch (I'm pretty sure anyway) but now only the power button does it. No devices at all have the 'allow this device to wake the computer' option in device manager (or even the power management tab at all). Would something have disabled that feature? Doesn't make sense that even the integrated keyboard doesn't wake it up.
 
  2010-09-21 08:02:35 PM
Barakku: My notebook used to wake up with a keyboard/button touch (I'm pretty sure anyway) but now only the power button does it. No devices at all have the 'allow this device to wake the computer' option in device manager (or even the power management tab at all). Would something have disabled that feature?

Check the BIOS setup.
 
  2010-09-22 12:24:23 AM
Stupid question: I mashed the keyboard and somehow muted Winamp. Other programs play sound fine, except winamp, suddenly. I cannot for the life of me find the unmute option anywhere. Where did they hide it?
 
  2010-09-22 12:34:36 PM
I have a cellular phone through AT&T. I didn't bother getting a texting plan because I don't really text, so they charge me 20 cents to send or receive a text. Usually it ends up being less than the five dollars it would cost for the lowest level texting plan anyway, so whatever.
Today, I did a little math and research. A text message is 160 characters max, with each character 7-bits in size. For twenty cents, I can send or receive 140 bytes with my phone. That comes out to 0.00125 cents per byte.
i12.photobucket.com
The image above is 8,921 bytes. It would cost me $11.15 to look at it with my texting rate. The "Continue FARKing" picture at the bottom of the page (1,408 bytes) would cost $1.76.
Like I said, though, we don't do texts, and get them rarely, so we haven't bothered disabling them completely (I guess we can do that on the customer site or whatever) but texting is bizarrely expensive.
 
  2010-09-23 01:24:26 AM
Especially since texts don't cost the telcos any money whatsoever...
 
  2010-09-23 03:47:48 PM
Legios: Especially since texts don't cost the telcos any money whatsoever...

I assumed you were either exaggerating or being sarcastic until I read this (new window).
 
  2010-09-23 08:07:17 PM
Sim Tree: Stupid question: I mashed the keyboard and somehow muted Winamp. Other programs play sound fine, except winamp, suddenly. I cannot for the life of me find the unmute option anywhere. Where did they hide it?

If you have Vista or Win 7 right click the speaker icon in the systray, Open Volume Mixer (while winamp is open). You might have somehow muted the application, new windows OSes let you set volume by application. If that's no it I have no idea, don't use winamp.

If wyrlss:
I assumed you were either exaggerating or being sarcastic until I read this (new window).


Yeah, it very literally costs them no money (and even if it did, 25 cents a text is asinine). It's why I hope smartphones really take off, I should not have to deal with a farking phone company to get voice or text service. I want my WiMax already.
/Unfortunately WiMax would likely be offered by phone companies, but still better than their BS rates
 
  2010-09-23 08:26:15 PM
HansensDisease:
Check the BIOS setup.


No BIOS settings seem to correspond to it. IBM did repair the computer and wiped the BIOS causing a few problems I didn't expect (somehow my windows backups no longer wanted to work), but I don't think this is related.
Oh well, I'm just being conditioned to press the power button instead of tapping the keyboard so it's not really very significant.
 
  2010-09-23 08:51:49 PM
I want to put together a web site for a small non-profit. There are numerous sites offering free hosting. Which one is best? Do any of you have any experience with any of them? We cannot have any advertising on the site.

thanks.
 
  2010-09-23 11:51:38 PM
Phins: I want to put together a web site for a small non-profit. There are numerous sites offering free hosting. Which one is best? Do any of you have any experience with any of them? We cannot have any advertising on the site.

thanks.


I beleive Google Sites has a nonprofit option; I may be wrong.

Barakku: If you have Vista or Win 7 right click the speaker icon in the systray, Open Volume Mixer (while winamp is open). You might have somehow muted the application, new windows OSes let you set volume by application. If that's no it I have no idea, don't use winamp.

Ah. Thank'ee
 
  2010-09-26 10:24:28 AM
Anyone taken an A+ certification lately? The practice tests I'm looking at all seem to mostly focus on extremely outdated (and unpopular for their time) parts and standards. Is that the point of the test (the other questions do seem to be intentionally obtuse) or are these just very old and outdated/irrelevant practice tests? I never heard of an MCA bus because it was obsolete and mostly out of use before I was born.
 
  2010-09-26 11:15:15 AM
They ask about microchannel bus? Seriously? I knew A+ was a joke but wow...
 
  2010-09-26 08:27:10 PM
I have to admit I had to look up MCA.. ISA and VLB are the oldest ones I knew of on x86 architecture.

/Zorro bus FTW!
 
  2010-09-26 08:41:43 PM
I'll be taking my A+ in the next month. My buddies who just took it say there was some weird/outdated stuff on the actual exam.

One of my buddies strongly recommended the Sybex books.

Last time I looked at the CompTIA web site, they had a few practice questions on there.

Remember to get your Network+, Security+, and A+ certs before January (they are not lifetime certs after this year, they will have to be renewed every three years).
 
  2010-09-26 11:51:30 PM
I guess it's like the Cisco exams still covering Frame Relay...
 
  2010-09-27 11:23:34 AM
geekybroad: Remember to get your Network+, Security+, and A+ certs before January (they are not lifetime certs after this year, they will have to be renewed every three years).

It sounds like it's retroactive actuallyLink (new window)...I may just not get the cert at all. A+ is increasingly less and less related to what I look to do anyway.
 
  2010-09-27 11:27:22 AM
Oh, I guess they backed down on that, thought it was pretty stupid. I'm still much less convinced of it's worth.
 
  2010-09-27 12:51:03 PM
The problem with certs is you don't get them for relevance to what you're doing. You get them because some HR person or manager who is clueless about tech will want to hire you, and the language they speak is buzzwords. Buzzwords for tech are A+, CCNA, CCNP, MCSE, etc.

Sad, I know, but the decision to take certs usually isn't for yourself.

I saw a job ad by Auto Trader this winter that was sent to me because of the keyword CCNA. The funny thing is if you read the job requirements, you soon realize they wanted a graphic artist who could also do some web work (Flash, etc.). Aparently, HR had figured they need a "computer person". Hey, CCNA! That's computers, right?

Saw the same job posting a couple months later. And a couple months after that. I wonder why they were having a hard time finding someone?
 
  2010-09-27 01:39:52 PM
geekybroad: The problem with certs is you don't get them for relevance to what you're doing. You get them because some HR person or manager who is clueless about tech will want to hire you...

While what you say is definitely true - do you REALLY want to work for a company that is so stupid they let some minimum wage HR drone decide if you should even be interviewed based on whatever the current buzzwords are and if they appear in your cover letter/resume/CV?
 
  2010-09-27 04:28:46 PM
Benny_Hill: geekybroad: The problem with certs is you don't get them for relevance to what you're doing. You get them because some HR person or manager who is clueless about tech will want to hire you...

While what you say is definitely true - do you REALLY want to work for a company that is so stupid they let some minimum wage HR drone decide if you should even be interviewed based on whatever the current buzzwords are and if they appear in your cover letter/resume/CV?


It's probably the people who need the position filled, i.e. the ones you'll be working for, telling the HR drone what keywords to use... so, yeah. You'd be screwed, but probably not by HR's fault.

Good news for me is I work with software, electrical and mechanical engineers (even we software guys have EE or EET backgrounds) and we tell HR what the ad should say and we select and interview the candidates.
 
  2010-09-27 10:20:18 PM
geekybroad: I'll be taking my A+ in the next month. My buddies who just took it say there was some weird/outdated stuff on the actual exam.

One of my buddies strongly recommended the Sybex books.

Last time I looked at the CompTIA web site, they had a few practice questions on there.

Remember to get your Network+, Security+, and A+ certs before January (they are not lifetime certs after this year, they will have to be renewed every three years).


I was just about to say this, and makes me realize I need to hop on the cert train and get something beyond A+

/supposed to be headed down the HP path, but is now stuck in perpetual IT whoring
//nice people at work but completely disorganized
///dispatcher is also leaving in ~3 weeks, we are so screwed
////slashie rant off
 
  2010-09-29 01:03:07 PM
There's GOT to be some way to set the default view type for all folders in win 7, right? I want everything in the "tiles" layout, since the "list" layout is frustrating to use with multitouch.

/And what you guys are talking about is why I would rather do research. I'm in informatics not business IT anyway, I'm not sure why I was considering it
 
  2010-09-29 04:26:31 PM

Sucks that the Network+ cert is gonna stop being a lifetime cert next year. I'm gonna have to take it soon. Hopefully I can get my college to pay for it like they paid for the A+ exam, but it's not looking like that's gonna happen so far.

Barakku: Any folder. Organize -> Folder and search options -> View -> button at the top that says Apply to Folders. Do that after you've set the view. The only problem is it'll only do it for "all folders of that type." You'll have to repeat the process for the different types of folders, like picture and music folders and such.

Okay farkers, I have a C++ programming question. I'm new to this stuff and so far I've been able to figure everything out with minimal difficulty, but this has me totally freaking stumped. Here's the problem:

Write a function, reverseDigit, that takes an integer as a parameter and returns the number with its digits reversed. For example, the value of reverseDigit(12345) is 54321; the value of reverseDigit(5600) is 65; the value of reverseDigit(7008) is 8007; and the value of reverseDigit(-532) is -235.

I don't know where to begin. People online with similar problems have used logarithms to count how many digits there were (wtf?) and arrays to rearrange everything. Difficulty is, I know what arrays are but I haven't learned how to use them yet so that can't be what the teacher is expecting. Someone said "treat the input as a string and just reverse it." Not only do I have no idea how to reverse a string, if I DID treat a negative number as a string (like -532 in the problem) and reverse it, I get the feeling it'd come out as 235-, which is not quite right.

So any ideas anyone? I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure this problem out.
 
  2010-09-30 02:06:14 AM
Punarbhava: Sucks that the Network+ cert is gonna stop being a lifetime cert next year. I'm gonna have to take it soon. Hopefully I can get my college to pay for it like they paid for the A+ exam, but it's not looking like that's gonna happen so far.

Barakku: Any folder. Organize -> Folder and search options -> View -> button at the top that says Apply to Folders. Do that after you've set the view. The only problem is it'll only do it for "all folders of that type." You'll have to repeat the process for the different types of folders, like picture and music folders and such.

Okay farkers, I have a C++ programming question. I'm new to this stuff and so far I've been able to figure everything out with minimal difficulty, but this has me totally freaking stumped. Here's the problem:
Write a function, reverseDigit, that takes an integer as a parameter and returns the number with its digits reversed. For example, the value of reverseDigit(12345) is 54321; the value of reverseDigit(5600) is 65; the value of reverseDigit(7008) is 8007; and the value of reverseDigit(-532) is -235.
I don't know where to begin. People online with similar problems have used logarithms to count how many digits there were (wtf?) and arrays to rearrange everything. Difficulty is, I know what arrays are but I haven't learned how to use them yet so that can't be what the teacher is expecting. Someone said "treat the input as a string and just reverse it." Not only do I have no idea how to reverse a string, if I DID treat a negative number as a string (like -532 in the problem) and reverse it, I get the feeling it'd come out as 235-, which is not quite right.

So any ideas anyone? I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure this problem out.


log10x = number of digits in x, assuming x is not equal to zero. Works even for negatives.

Log(10)= 1, Log(100)=2, Log(1,000)=3. Log(506)=2.7something (round up to 3)
Similarly, Log(-10)= 1 + i*something, and Log(-100)= 2+ i*something, etc. Old math trick.

And, true, the easiest way is to invert an array of characters, but once you have the number of numerals figured out, it's easy. Just place the last digit to the new first precisely that many times. Convert to a string or character, multiply by 10, Chain XORs, whatever works for you. (Don't actually chain XORs)
 
  2010-09-30 04:03:05 AM
Punarbhava
So any ideas anyone? I'm pulling my hair out trying to figure this problem out.

If you want a "pure math" solution:
Do you know the modulo operation (remainder of an integer divisison)?
The operator should be '%', e.g. 12 % 10 = 2.

Basic idea with that

12345 % 10 = 5
(12345-5) % 100 = 40
(12345-5-40) % 1000 = 300
(12345-5-40-300) % 10000 = 2000
(12345-5-40-300-2000) % 100000 = 10000

=> If you divide those results by 10, 100, 1000, .. and so on, you get the digits:

(12345 % 10) / 1 = 5
((12345-5) % 100) / 10 = 4
((12345-5-40) % 1000) / 100 = 3
((12345-5-40-300) % 10000) / 1000 = 2
((12345-5-40-300-2000) % 100000 ) / 10000= 1

To get the reversed number, you have to multiply the digits with the numbers you divided in reverse, i.e.:

5*10000 + 4*1000 * + 3*100 + 2*10 + 1*1


To get that all into one program, you might first have to count the number of digits and, if you don't have a power function, might want to calculate (and keep) the biggest power of ten you need for the division/multiplication above.

A Java program (shouldn't be difficult to translate into C++) solving everything would look like the one below.
Oh, and one thing that might make sense once you have looked at the program:

((12345-5-40) % 1000) / 100 = 3
equals
(((12345-5-40) % 1000)*10) / 1000 = 3
which equals in variables from the program below
((tmpNumber % power2)*10) / power2 = digit


public class Homework {

public static void main (String [] args) throws Exception {
__int input = Integer.parseInt (args[0]);
__int output = reverseDigits (input);
__System.out.println(output);
}



public static int reverseDigits (int input) {
__boolean negativeInput = input
____if (negativeInput) { // fark those negative numbers
______input = 0 - input;
__}

__int reversedNumber=input;;

__if (input >= 10) { // for single digits we're about done

____// count digits:
____int digitCounter=0;
____int power = 1;
____while (input>=power) {
______power=power*10;
______digitCounter++;
____}

____reversedNumber = 0;
____int tmpNumber = input; // tmpNumber will be the (12345-5-40-300-...)
____int power2 = 10;
____power = power/10; // the digit calculation went one power further than we need now
____for (int i=0;i<digitCounter;i++) {
______int remainder = tmpNumber%power2;
______int digit = (10*remainder)/power2; // the same as remainder/(power2/10)
______reversedNumber = reversedNumber + digit*power;
______tmpNumber = tmpNumber-remainder;
______power = power/10;
______power2 = power2*10;
____}
__}

__if (negativeInput) { // unfark those negative numbers
____reversedNumber = 0 - reversedNumber;
__}
__return reversedNumber;
}

}
 
  2010-09-30 04:10:14 AM
Of, fark the farking Fark filter that doesn't respect the code tag (really, allowing the "code"-tag is rather useless when you proceed to strip all the whitespace and allow (interpret) HTML- or bbCode-tags within)

"__boolean negativeInput = input"

was obviously meant to be:

"__boolean negativeInput = input <0;"

I hope that was the only < I didn't catch.
 
  2010-09-30 09:38:14 AM
The Voice of Doom: (really, allowing the "code"-tag is rather useless when you proceed to strip all the whitespace and allow (interpret) HTML- or bbCode-tags within

Th code tag is just there to interpret BBcode, I think, for our less HTML-proficient friends. :)

You're thinking of the "HTML enabled" checkbox


\/ here, below 'post without previewing first'.
 
  2010-09-30 02:09:47 PM
Sim Tree
The code tag is just there to interpret BBcode,

No, it isn't; <code> is for program code which is why it gets displayed in a different font.
And Fark changes BBcode to HTML tags with or without <code>.

That Fark interprets BBcode within a code-tag is something I actually Farkbacked about a week or so ago because I think it's kind of a bug (maybe I should have Farkbacked it as a "bug" instead of "feature suggestion").
At least it was farking annoying until I had figured out what was screwing up the program code I tried to post back then (until then I didn't even know about Fark interpreting BBcode at all):
Fark's stupid filter thingee had been changing all array accesses ("array[index]=foo;") in a for-loop to italics because I used the loop counter "i" as the array index which let to the filter complaining about "too many nested italics tags".
Since I actually did have some italics tags in my post, figuring that one out was fun. :-/

And then I didn't happen to know the character code for '[' so I couldn't replace/escape all occurrences of '['s as easy as the ones of AND replacing '[' didn't work anyway IIRC, i.e. once I had looked up the code for '[', Fark changed the code back to '[' (during preview?) and thus back to italics during posting.
I think Fark used to have the same issue with <; I remember it took some time until that finally worked with preview of posts and all.

I think it would be a nice feature/bugfix if Fark
a) didn't interpret BBcode within a code-tag and
b) were to allow up to maybe 10-20 leading whitespaces per line within a code tag to allow proper indentation.

I hope Mike is listening. And bored. And agrees. :-P
 
  2010-09-30 02:12:07 PM
Oh, FFS!

The Voice of Doom
..occurrences of '['s as easy as the ones of AND replacing..

..occurrences of '['s as easy as the ones of <.
AND replacing..
 
  2010-10-01 02:10:07 AM
Ah, I apologize.

Although, next time, Just use the { }, instead, and put a disclaimer at the end. Much faster. ;)
 
  2010-10-01 10:20:05 AM
I changed the loop index from i to j since there's no [j]-tag...
 
  2010-10-01 02:17:25 PM
Benny_Hill:
While what you say is definitely true - do you REALLY want to work for a company that is so stupid they let some minimum wage HR drone decide if you should even be interviewed based on whatever the current buzzwords are and if they appear in your cover letter/resume/CV?


Not really. But for a first major job in the field, yes. Gotta keep all doors open.
 
  2010-10-02 01:07:35 PM
Punarbhava: Barakku: Any folder. Organize -> Folder and search options -> View -> button at the top that says Apply to Folders. Do that after you've set the view. The only problem is it'll only do it for "all folders of that type." You'll have to repeat the process for the different types of folders, like picture and music folders and such.


Thanks! I knew there was some sort of "set all folders like this" option somewhere. Sorry I don't know anything about sorting numbers that way, sort of an odd application.
 
  2010-10-05 01:10:51 AM
I'm sick of Comcast and their crappy DNS.

I've done some DNS benchmarking and it seems Speakeasy or Level 3 have the best performance (from a geographical standpoint). Any input on why I should/should not use them would be appreciated! TIA
 
  2010-10-05 01:17:49 AM
try Google's DNS servers
 
  2010-10-05 12:37:46 PM
Linux BSOD
 
  2010-10-05 05:09:02 PM
Mike: try Google's DNS servers

I tried them out, and the GRC benchmark showed that 8.8.4.4 is owned by Level 3, even though it has a google.com address. Wonder why that is?
 
  2010-10-05 06:33:52 PM
L3 has the entire 8.x.x.x/8 (and 4.x.x.x/8) block and routed a small subnet (/24) of it to Google. Pretty common, especially if Google is an L3 customer -- and I'd be stunned if Google wasn't a customer of EVERY tier 1 provider :)
 
  2010-10-06 08:31:02 PM
I use OpenDNS now. Works pretty well.

208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220
 
  2010-10-06 10:45:22 PM
Thanks for the explanation Mike!

FuturePastNow: I use OpenDNS now. Works pretty well.

208.67.222.222
208.67.220.220


I looked into them, but I don't want redirects for mistyped addresses, and even more ad tracking.
 
  2010-10-07 12:14:24 AM
I guess Google already knows what sites we go to, anyway.
 
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