evil0zero

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  1. I invited you to start a DISTCC Pool that all members of binrev can participate....... responsible users only

    we could all enjoy the benefits of code compiling faster. its a pain waiting for google chromium with my own optimization's to build.

    and yes responsible users with out malicious intent. thank you

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  2. it does work seamlessly but im trying to simplify the process of base64 < "random file" > "random outputfile"; bzip2 -zvv "random outputfile"; ive tried this on binary files and it works the files apear to be fine after reversing the process. bzip2 was an excellent candidate because of its compression and fallback sorting algorithm. the idea was to scramble the file so it wouldnt be easy to know what the encoded data was but to compensate for the data increase, it would be logical to compress the data for transfer.

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  3. im starting a project that takes base64 encoding as a form of file encryption and bzip2 compressing the file in one shot. im having trouble implementing the bzip2 functions base64 works fine but when it comes to converting a string to char its hell because the BZ2_bzBuffToBuffCompress(); function takes char. and it will not compile. im a beginner in c/cpp so my code isnt clean, i figured when i had a working draft i would make it clean and commented. complete source is in the file attachment someone help. i made a build script that builds all the dependencies like bzip2 components and then linked into the final program the file is build.sh. this program is cross platform(to my knowledge) windows devel is welcome.

    for vc express all you need to do is add all your sources and compile it should work it should just link all the object files and be fine.

    bz64.zip

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  4. try this simple script:

    #sync.sh
    sync;
    sync;
    sh sync.sh;

    execute from your shell and watch your system resources

    []# sh sync.sh

    hit ctrl-c before it starts eating swap memory or be sorry.

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  5. or dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda

    for a lowlevel format / self-destruct basically; sure is a good way to securely delete your HD

    hey you could even try dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/dsp same command using I/O redirection is cat /dev/urandom > /dev/dsp

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