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Using a Wired XBox 360 Controller as a Mouse in Windows Files - The article that these support files go to can be found here.
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How to Build a 3Way Phone - Step by Step1 You will need two different lines for this. okay first take off both of the boxes covering the wires 2 Take the green and red from each box and attach a wire to each of these one…
The Poor Man's 2600 Hertz - Hey all you phreakers! Bet you didn't know about this! It's The Poor Man's 2600 Hertz!! What the hell could I be talking about!?!? Well, let's say you're really hard up not in your usual sense, t…
alt.locksmithing FAQ - Put together from postings by [email protected] Joe "Spike" Ilacqua, and [email protected] Henry Schaffer, with a major data collection effort by [email protected] Scott Anguish. Edited by hes. …
Free vending machine goods - We all know those snack machines, coin machines, soda machines that allow dollar bills to be excepted. Here is a quick and easy way get all of those items for free and sometimes also making money at t…
The Art of Lock Picking: Lockpicking II - So you want to be a criminal. Well, if you want to be like James Bond and open a lock in fifteen seconds, then go to Hollywood, because that is the only place you are ever going to do it. Even experie…
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Gallery Restoration & General Updates - After reworking the Facebook PHP API to the Facebook JavaScript API, the Gallery has been restored; it still pulls and functions in much the same way, but will be quicker and will actually work it's …
Archive Bugfix - The Archive had a bug, wherein files couldn't be downloaded properly; I've since fixed this issue this morning and all is right in the world once more.
Rollout - The UGN Security v6 rollout has begun; as a part of this new code rollout the site is permanently loaded over SSL for user privacy.System checks will take a few days to check out, but we're monito…
UGN Security v6 New Code, New Design! - Well then, it's been quite a while since the site joined the ranks of crickets and everything got pretty stale for a while; I have spent an extensive amount of time on the site backend and decided tha…
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Unix - Unix is a family of operating systems, which include over a hundred flavors such as HPUX, IRIX, Linux, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris and Tru64.As a registered trademark, its owner is The Open Group.
OS - An Operating System OS is a program that allows you to interact with the computer all of the software and hardware on your computer.Basically, there are two ways:1. With a commandline oper…
Linux Distribution - Unix is not a single operating system. It is in fact a general name given to dozens of operating systems by different companies, organizations, or groups of individuals. These variants of Unix are ref…
Linux - Linux is the kernel of an operating system. Linux was built on the Unix tradition. Linux was originally developed by Linus Torwalds of Finland, who currently owns the Linux trademark. Linux…
GUI - GUI Graphical User Interface, where the user clicks on a visual screen that has icons, windows and menus, by using a pointing device, such as a mouse. GUI is pronounced like "gooey".
Linux Video Editing Software What an Open Source Sony Vegas Looks Like - It's easy to learn the basics of video editing, especially in Linux! This software is based on the FFMPEG and MLT frameworks so it can handle almost any video file format you throw at it. This quick t…
The Power of the Linux Find Command - Unfortunately in Linux, certainly Ubuntu, the default GUI file search is not always useful. With just a small amount of patience you can find files quickly and easily using the command line, and your …
Installing Themes in Linux - This guide works for the gnome desktop manager used by Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.First we go to Gnomelooks. This is a large collection of themes and other artwork that can be used to…
Compiz Cube Tutorial: Howto Ubuntu Linux - Let's enable the desktop cube in Compiz, this tutorial will show you how:From CCSM under Desktop click to enable Desktop Cube and then disable Desktop Wall, and enable Rotate Cube. Under Effects…
StarCraft Touchscreen on linux with wine - OS: Gentoo Linux.PC: p4, 1.8mhz, 256mb, 40gbhd.Monitor: waytec 15''.Video: Nvidia 64mb.TouchScreen Device: penmount usb 8wire.Touchscreen opensource drive for linux: "evtouch"Graphic sy…
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