Thursday, March 24, 2005

Google Search: M68DKIT912C32

Google Search: M68DKIT912C32

PHP: Manual Quick Reference

PHP: Manual Quick Reference

SANS Top 20 Vulnerabilities - The Experts Consensus

SANS Top 20 Vulnerabilities - The Experts Consensus: "The weakness of LM hashes derives from the following:

* Passwords are truncated to 14 characters.
* Passwords are padded with spaces to become 14 characters.
* Passwords are converted to all upper case characters.
* Passwords are split into two seven character pieces."

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Category 5 / 5E & Cat 6 Cabling Tutorial and FAQ's - the best source for information on Cat 5 / 5e / 6 cable!

Category 5 / 5E & Cat 6 Cabling Tutorial and FAQ's - the best source for information on Cat 5 / 5e / 6 cable!: "Category 5, 5 E, 6 and 7 Performance Specification Chart
Parameter Category 5
and Class D
with additional
requirements TSB95
and FDAM 2 Category 5E
('568-A-5)
Category 6
Class E
(Performance at
250 MHz shown
in parentheses) Proposed
Category 7
Class F
(Performance at
600 MHz shown
in parentheses)
Specified frequency range 1-100 MHz 1-100 MHz 1-250 MHz 1-600 MHz
Attenuation 24 dB 24 dB 21.7 dB
(36 dB) 20.8 dB
(54.1 dB)
NEXT 27.1 dB 30.1 dB 39.9 dB
(33.1 dB) 62.1 dB
(51 dB)
Power-sum NEXT N/A* 27.1 dB 37.1 dB
(30.2 dB) 59.1 dB
(48 dB)
ACR 3.1 dB 6.1 dB 18.2 dB
(-2.9 dB) 41.3 dB
(-3.1 dB)**
Power-sum ACR N/A 3.1 dB 15.4 dB
(-5.8 dB) 38.3 dB
(-6.1 dB)**
ELFEXT 17 dB
(new requirement) 17.4 dB 23.2 dB
(15.3 dB) ffs***
Power-sum ELFEXT 14.4 dB
(new requirement) 14.4 dB 20.2 dB
(12.3 dB) ffs***
Return loss 8 dB*
(new requirement) 10 dB 12 dB
(8 dB) 14.1 dB
(8.7 dB)
Propagation delay 548 nsec 548 nsec 548 nsec
(546 nsec) 504 nsec
(501 nsec)
Delay skew 50 nsec 50 nsec 50 nsec 20 nsec"

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

eBay item 4537703785 (Ends Mar-28-05 13:44:27 PST) - Mitsubishi : 3000GT

eBay item 4537703785 (Ends Mar-28-05 13:44:27 PST) - Mitsubishi : 3000GT

Microprocessor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Microprocessor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Market statistics

In 2003, about 44 billion US$ worth of microprocessors were manufactured and sold. [1] (http://www.wsts.org/press.html) Although about half of that money was spent on CPUs used in desktop or laptop personal computers, those count for only about 0.2% of all CPUs sold.

About 55% of all CPUs sold in the world are 8-bit microcontrollers. Over 2 billion 8-bit microcontrollers were sold in 1997. [2] (http://www.circuitcellar.com/library/designforum/silicon_update/3/index.asp)

Less than 10% of all the CPUs sold in the world are 32-bit or more. Of all the 32-bit CPUs sold, about 2% are used in desktop or laptop personal computers. 'Taken as a whole, the average price for a microprocessor, microcontroller, or DSP is just over $6.' [3]"

Monday, March 21, 2005

The Netwide Assembler : Nasm Links

The Netwide Assembler : Nasm Links

Windows XP Auto Login

Windows XP Auto Login

You can configure Windows XP to automate the logon process if your computer is not part of a domain. Computers configured in a business environment generally have a domain and for those machines the option 'Users must enter a username' does not appear because a password must be given to access the local area network or domain.

1. Click Start, click Run, and type control userpasswords2. This is a shortcut instead of having to click on Start -> Control Panel -> User Accounts.
2. Uncheck the 'Users must enter a username and password to use this computer' check box.
3. Click Apply.
4. Enter the user name and password you wish to automatically log on with, and then click OK.
5. Click OK again and you're all done.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

cappuccinopc.com : we design, integrate and manufacture small form factor PCs . Our feature products are mini pc, small pc, book pc and cube pc that f

cappuccinopc.com : we design, integrate and manufacture small form factor PCs . Our feature products are mini pc, small pc, book pc and cube pc that fit into all environment and applications like kiosk, POS, vehicle , medical and more…. Some are fanless systems that will suit your quiet environment. We also provide custom design and engineering services for small PC cases. We are your One-Stop-Shop for space saving small footprint computers.

Cappuccino G1 Mini Book PC

Cappuccino G1 Mini Book PC

eBay item 5173569104 (Ends Mar-16-05 09:17:14 PST) - Intel Celeron 1.0 GHz PC – Mini Book PC

eBay item 5173569104 (Ends Mar-16-05 09:17:14 PST) - Intel Celeron 1.0 GHz PC – Mini Book PC

Koenigsegg Official Website

Koenigsegg Official Website

2005 Geneva Motor Show - MSN Autos

2005 Geneva Motor Show - MSN Autos: "Unlike most years and most motor shows, there's absolutely no argument in Geneva this year about which car tops the performance league—there's even video evidence to prove it.

It shows test driver Loris Bicocchi at the Nardo test track in Italy—a vast, gently banked circular bowl with a circumference of 12.5 km that allows the fastest sustained speeds of any test venue in the world. Bicocchi went there with a specially prepared but otherwise mechanically standard version of the Koenigsegg CCR supercar, plus a team of five engineers and Koenigsegg founder Christian Koenigsegg.

They came away with a new maximum speed record for a production car, officially timed by the Nardo Prototipo technicians and rounded out to 388 kph, or almost exactly 242 mph. And that's just over 1 kph faster than the McLaren F1's outright record of 387 kph set on the 9 km long straight of VW's Ehra Lessing facility in Germany. At Nardo, where the tire-slipping effect of the continuous banking literally scrubs off speed compared with a pure straight-line run, the Koenigsegg CCR was an amazing 16 kph, that's 10 mph, faster than the McLaren when that car ran at Nardo in 1993.

Best of all, Bicocchi set Koenigsegg's record on 28 February, only one day before the first Geneva Press Day—so both the dust-stained record car and the video achievement were on the Koenigsegg stand by the time the show opened. And next to the red record breaker was the virtually identical production version of the CCR—with its 806-horsepower (yes, that's the right number) twin-supercharged 4.7-liter V8, carbon fiber and honeycomb chassis, and racing-style pushrod suspension. It also does 0-62 mph in a mere 3.2 seconds, and Koenigsegg says that in a straight line, without the speed-scrubbing effect of the banked track, it would reach 395 kph—or more than 246 mph. Oh, and it has a removable hardtop."

subT9922_JackHammer_800.jpg

subT9922_JackHammer_800.jpg (JPEG Image, 800x845 pixels) - Scaled (96%) Holy crap that this is a monster!!

A Month later with Mandrake Linux 10.1 Official

A Month later with Mandrake Linux 10.1 Official

Mepis Lovers - Screen Shots

Mepis Lovers - Screen Shots

Xtreme Visual Basic Talk - Flying page animation

Xtreme Visual Basic Talk - Flying page animation

Friday, March 11, 2005

Linux IP commands

all good commands-

ifconfig
ip addr
man ip
man ifconfig
ifdown
ifup