항아리게임 핵

다기능 항아리게임 핵입니다.

항아리게임 하다가 세이브 터져서만듦

==기능 설명==

* 중력핵

게임 내 중력을 조절합니다.
기본중력 / 저중력 / 무중력의 3단계로 구성됩니다.

* 위로핵

밑으로 떨어지지 않고도 나레이터의 위로를 들을 수 있습니다.
선택할때마다 새로운 위로가 재생됩니다.

* ESP

현재 플레이어와 망치의 위치를 볼 수 있습니다.

* 이동핵

WASD 키로 플레이어를 조종할 수 있습니다.
위로 올라갈때는 중력핵도 함꼐 사용하는것을 추천합니다.

* 신음핵

대머리 아저씨의 신음을 계속 들을 수 있습니다.
꼭 필요하신분만 사용하세요.

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다운로드

Disabling HSTS on pfSense webconfigurator

For some time HSTS has been a stupid way to deter people from doing what they have no idea of doing, and now pfSense forces the use of HSTS on its webconfigurator, effectively making all port forwarded secure connections difficult to reach. Stubborn pfSense devs refuse to make an option to disable it, but here is a way to do it.

  1. Enable SSH and open /etc/inc/system.inc

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2. Remove add_header Strict-Transport-Security line.

3. Reboot the machine, only restarting webconfigurator won’t work.

 

Now you can host other secure connections with peace of mind.

 

The most powerful low profile single-slot graphics card

I had a chance to get my hands on the most powerful low profile and single slot graphics card ever released: ASL GTX1050Ti Battle Flag.

 

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First look with the new card

 

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It comes with 1x DVI port and 1x HDMI port

 

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Size comparison with the mighty GTX1080

 

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The width is 19 centimeters, making it slightly longer than typical LP graphics cards

 

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Nonetheless it fits perfectly into the microserver.

 

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Fire Strike benchmark under virtualized Windows Server 2012 R2. Resulting in graphics score of 7810. Pretty neat for such a compact graphics card.

Radeon Pro WX 4100 Review

Last month I bought Radeon Pro WX 4100 graphics card.

Not that I needed a gpu for professional tasks, but it seemed to be the best low profile single slot graphics card available at the moment.

I could not find any kind of reviews about this peculiar graphics card, so I am posting some pictures and benchmarks here.

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This is the box, quite fancy.

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In the box are the actual card and 4 of miniDP to DP converters.

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A page from the manual

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This must be the fanciest low profile card ever created.

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Installed the card in my microserver. The following are some benchmarks that I have run.

This is the test computer : Xeon E3-1265L V2, Radeon WX4100 on Windows Server 2016 under VMware ESXi with 8GB RAM
And my desktop for comparison : i7-6700T, GTX1080 on Windows 7 on Windows 7 with 32GB RAM.

…doesn’t look like a good comparison but still it is enough to show the strong aspects of Radeon Pro anyway.

The first table is the result of GTX1080 and the second is of WX 4100

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On creo Radeon WX struggled with tasks involving shaders because of the GTX1080’s general rendering power.
But on wireframe views Radeon WX beat GTX1080 by far.

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On Siemens NX the gaming graphics card was no match for a professional graphics card. WX 4100 outperformed GTX1080 by multiple times of framerate.

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On Solidworks similar to Creo using only the shaders favored GTX1080 but anytime when wireframe is involved WX4100 kept stable framerate but GTX1080 was hampered.

So this is about it for this review and please leave a comment should there be any questions. But please do remember the golden rule that you must NOT buy a professional card in any case if you are thinking of playing games.

Installing OpenWRT Build Environment

Here are the procedures and required packages for installing an OpenWRT build environment on Ubuntu.

Consult the OpenWRT Wiki first then issue the commands.


sudo apt-get install git openssl libssl-dev unzip build-essential binutils flex bison autoconf gettext texinfo sharutils subversion libncurses5-dev ncurses-term zlib1g-dev gawk python

git clone git://git.openwrt.org/15.05/openwrt.git

NEW: git clone https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt

./scripts/feeds update -a

./scripts/feeds install -a

wget -O .config https://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05.1/ar71xx/generic/config.diff

make defconfig

make menuconfig

make prereq

and we have 2 ways to reduce the build time:

sed --in-place=.bak -e 's/=m$/=n/g' .config

to disable all optional modules in the beginning

or


make -j4 V=s IGNORE_ERRORS=m

to ignore all broken packages while building.

Deleting Unnecessary Network profiles in Windows

Windows creates a profile for every single network it connects to. The function itself is not a bad idea but over time or when there is a network problem those network profiles may build up excessively and present you with some unpleasant name like ‘Network 139’. I surfed the internet in search for a way to remove all those, tumbled on numerous but useless responses by Microsoft support agents  suggesting to Open network and sharing center and Blah Blah. But now finally I have a proper fix.

I’ll keep it short:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\Profiles

Simply erase the above key with Regedit.

A wild manatee