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Posted on 08-07-12, 04:20 pm in HEY! YOU! What are you doing in the trash!? (rev. 1 by Nadia on 08-07-12, 04:21 pm)
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Posted on 08-07-12, 01:09 pm in Say something about who posts before you!
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He makes nice NSMB hacks
Posted on 08-08-12, 12:07 am in Say something about who posts before you!
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He makes even more weird posts at times.
Posted on 09-12-13, 05:51 pm in Hey People
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You also need puzzles — lots of them. Here's a good one you could maybe make: A maze of question mark blocks where you have to hit the correct block, then press R, R, Y, X, L, R in this specific order, which then causes Bowser to spawn and break all the blocks, then suddenly a giant fish appears and eats Bowser and you then have to fight the fish which will now shoot out 80 Goombas every 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510582097494459230781640628 seconds which then shoot fireballs at Luigi who by the way randomly spawns when the fish eats Bowser. When you kill the fish the level turns into a mega mushroom and Mario turns into Mega Mario, you then have to find the flagpole (but you will only have 27 seconds to do that) and beat the level before a flying koopa kills you with fire.
Posted on 03-19-14, 07:23 pm in Read the root password using terminal
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This is impossible.

The passwords are stored as 'hashes'; hashes are small strings of text which passwords/whatever you put in are turned into. The point of this is that hashing the same string will always give the same result, but you still can't turn the hash back into the source string without bruteforcing it, which would take a really long time. So basically password hashes can be used for checking for the right password, without the system actually knowing what the password is.

tl;dr: Passwords are stored in a way that make them (mostly) impossible to read.
Posted on 09-22-11, 01:54 pm in Show off your post layout!
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Basically, what the title says; show off your shiny new/existing post layout here!

Here's mine, it's supposed to look like GNU nano.

Bold text not-so-italic text blah.
Posted on 10-21-11, 09:18 am in Your software choices (rev. 3)
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Well, pretty simply, what are your choices of different software for different purposes?



Here are mine:
  • OS: Arch Linux x86_64
  • Desktop Environment: GNOME Shell
  • Desktop manager: GDM
  • Browser: Firefox
  • Text/code editor: vim
  • Email client: Thunderbird
  • Music player: Audacious
  • IRC client: XChat
  • FTP client: FileZilla
  • DS emulator: DeSmuME
Posted on 02-12-12, 01:22 pm in ABXD development board
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Now that  Dirbaio has overtaken the ABXD project,  Dirbaio,  Arisotura and I are working on it.
This means that the development board and support forum has moved to abxd.dirbaio.net, you can suggest things and get help there.

There's also a public GitHub repo for ABXD here.

Just thought I'd point this out.
Posted on 04-10-12, 01:23 pm in The IRC Quotes thread.
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Posted by #minecraft on caffie.net
<Falconpunch> Hey uh...
<Falconpunch> How do i install mods?
<Falconpunch> Hello?
<Falconpunch> Bluemoon? Nina? Inaba?
<Falconpunch> How do i install mods?
<Falconpunch> HELLO?!?!
<Nina> How you install mods?
<Nina> Find the mod you want
<Nina> Follow the instructions
<Nina> If you can't follow the instructions because you don't understand them, you probably shouldn't be trying to install mods.
<Falconpunch> I'm installing AdventureCraft mod
<Falconpunch> But i don't get the steps
<Falconpunch> 2. Install either via Install (copies the files from your minecraft directory) or Install Via Login (gets a fresh copy)
<Falconpunch> Here is the instructions it sys
<Falconpunch> *says
<Falconpunch> 1. Double Click AdventureCraft.jar
<Falconpunch> 2. Install either via Install (copies the files from your minecraft directory) or Install Via Login (gets a fresh copy)
<Falconpunch> 3. Press start
<Falconpunch> I don't get it
<Falconpunch> That's it.
<Falconpunch> So Nina, what do i do on step 2?
<Nina> You press the install button, obviously.
<Falconpunch> What install button?
<Nina> When you have double clicked adventurecraft.jar
<Nina> A window pops up
<Nina> You press the install button.
<Falconpunch> All there is is open and cancel
* Nadia facepalms
Posted on 04-30-12, 06:26 pm in Board changelog
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What exactly is the difference between mysql and mysqli?
* Nadia hasen't looked into it.
Posted on 05-01-12, 01:49 pm in The IRC Quotes thread.
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15:44 <@dirbaio> Should I kick acmfan from here? y/N
15:44 <NinaBot> dirbaio: No.
15:45 <@dirbaio> pleaaase I want to kick it. Can I? y/n
15:45 <NinaBot> dirbaio: No.
15:45 <@dirbaio> suuure? y/n
15:45 <NinaBot> dirbaio: No.
15:45 <@dirbaio> are you fucking kidding me? y/n
15:45 <NinaBot> dirbaio: Yes.
Posted on 08-07-12, 12:36 am in Board changelog
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I think we lack a plugin bucket to do that.

Though, one should be made so it can be done, as other plugins might make use of that too.

But doing that would also require the right links to be done differently (not hardcoded) to make it flexible enough to not be derp.

It wouldn't be much a problem to implement though.
Posted on 08-19-12, 02:58 pm in Say something about who posts before you! (rev. 1 by Nadia on 08-19-12, 02:59 pm)
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He has a nicely-shaded Goomba as his avatar.
Posted on 08-19-12, 03:40 pm in Say something about who posts before you!
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He just joined IRC
Posted by ray
Has a fail in her Layout Description. It says "TerminaLayout" Termina is a city in The Legend of Zelda Majoras Mask. So I like it, dont fix it
lol, that's on purpose.
Posted on 09-22-12, 12:53 pm in What are you listening to? (rev. 1 by Nadia on 09-22-12, 12:54 pm)
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AC/DC - TNT
Posted on 07-07-13, 08:13 pm in Corrupt-a-wish!
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Granted, but it's not updated to the latest Minecraft version and people are too lazy to downgrade.

I wish xfix's server was updated to 1.6.x.
Posted on 08-07-13, 12:17 am in Post a photo (rev. 1 by ImageBot on 11-21-16, 02:36 am)
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Posted on 09-07-13, 06:28 pm in What do you recommend me?
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Keep in mind that DeSmuME has a built in video recording feature. This is probably the best way to record a video of it if you don't want anything fancy like commentary.

The advantage of using DeSmuME's built-in recorder is that your video will always be in full speed, even if DeSmuME lags on your computer for some reason.
Posted on 09-18-13, 08:10 am in How to use IRC?
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If you just want to know some IRC commands...
/me <message> - say something in first person (* Nina pokes Mega-Mario with a large trout)
/join <#channel> - joins some channel
/part <#channel> - leaves some channel
/quit [message] - quit, optionally specifying a quit message

I think that's all you'd need to know.
Posted on 09-28-13, 01:06 pm in Show off your post layout!
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I just updated my layout a bit. It now has a nice noise texture in the background to make it a little more interesting and nicer styling for inline code, code blocks and spoilers.
#include <stdio.h>

int main() {
    printf("Hello, World!");
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