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  1. echo new episode at $date > hak5lastupdate s/b echo new episode at $(date) > hak5lastupdate
  2. You can get an arduino chip without the board and then easily connect it to an RPi. . The udoo looks awesome, but I will probably stay with what I have.
  3. New Episode: ################################################################ # New hak5 episode? # file1=hak5episodes file2=hak5episodesold cp $file1 $file2 elinks "revision3.com/hak5/episodes" > $file1 # diff_file=diffed # diff $file1 $file2 | grep "<" | sed 's/^<//g' > $diff_file # cat diff_file I=`wc -c $file1 | cut -d' ' -f1` J=`wc -c $file2 | cut -d' ' -f1` if [ $I -ne $J ] then echo new episode echo new episode at $date > hak5lastupdate else echo no new episode fi List recent episodes: #################################### # Latest Hak5 episodes # #=============================== # Assignments # -------------------------------- datafile="hak5episodes" a=1 flag=0 # end assignments #================================= # # Get data file #--------------------------------- elinks "revision3.com/hak5/episodes" > $datafile #================================= # # Extract and display data #--------------------------------- while read line do fdata[$a]=$line echo $line | grep -q "All Episodes" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then # header clear echo echo ------------------------------------------------ echo Recent Hak5 episodes echo ------------------------------------------------ echo "" let "flag = 1" fi echo $line | grep -q "Load More" if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then let "flag = 0" else if [ $flag -eq 1 ] ; then echo $line | sed 's/\[.*\]//' | sed 's/\Hak5//' fi fi let "a += 1" done < $datafile # footer echo --------------------------------------------- echo #=================================== # End. ####################################
  4. Interesting instructable on the nexus 7: http://www.instructables.com/id/Google-Nexus-7-first-thoughts/
  5. Glad they caught him. http://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2012/11/26/security-flaw-in-common-keycard-locks-exploited-in-string-of-hotel-room-break-ins/
  6. Not sure, but a lot of switches have rj45, but the are for a serial connection. Bet you thiose boxes are monitored for any kind of connection (or should be).
  7. A lot of routers support dnsmasq, but storage space is limited.
  8. Thanx for the comments... Os is dd'd to sd card. doublesided tape with rpi in a case should do fine for attaching it.
  9. Almost have a nice little portable unit once the RPi gets mounted on the back of the dvd player.
  10. We have a few obsolete 32 bit machines. use them for routers, all kinds of servers, and desktop systems. Pastic router runs some form of nix too. Our robot runs on a pentium one running linux. Getting into Arm. Put debian on the Nslu2. Plan to do that on the Pogoplug, Raspberry Pi, and etc If I ever get one of those.
  11. Back in high school, if you propelled a nickel into the slot of a payphone, you could get free local calls. Yes, you got the nickel back. At a washeteria, if you put a dollar into the change machine and then pressed the cancel button at just the right time, you could get your dollar back and the change too. First real hack was when I had just lost my job from a finance company (no big loss). Part of my former job was to pull credit bureaus on a sort of teletype machine that used an acoustic coupler. Got the manual for that unit with a listing of the ascii codes. I took my C=64 and developed the code I needed to log into the CB. My former employer was not smart enough to change the password. Logged in without a problem, then logged off immediately. Just doing that was revenge enough. Did not pull anyone's personal information. "Man has to know his limitations" fractured quote from a Clint Eastwood movie.
  12. Thanx, I will let them know!
  13. The technology is history, but the way you deal with it, is not. http://www.meetdageeks.com/2012/08/the-more-you-know-or-mcguver-moment.html
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