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looking books that talks about making system like this specificallyhttps://youtu.be/8c264xk15o4or something liek sega arcade stuffs (power drift, space harrier, air rescue, aqua jack so on etc) especially the physics model and how stuff sticks and not fall thru the floors despite the gaps between things and maybe lack of polygon meshes?
perhaps the behind the scene/making of logic…hopefully includes several model/solutions of troubleshooting the same thing of why and whynots
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>>1123the hidden wiki is dead. It doesn't exist any more.
All hidden wiki websites you see are fakes because they are censored, and I mean HEAVILY censored. Most of the links that existed in 2014 don't exist there any more. They don't ban phishing links to steal darknet market passwords, and they don't accept new submissions.
Also when Freedom Hosting got shut down by the FBI in 2013, it took 90% of the darknet offline and most of those websites never came back.
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any tips on how to write pathfinding like this? i ll be using simple languages like html and css... need a basic outline on how to build the thing "nicely"https://youtu.be/IZpgMnu_lAk
Hello, im trying to install wakaba, but i get stuck with this error " wakaba(.)pl: DBD::SQLite::db prepare failed: no such column: lasthit at (.\)wakaba(.)pl line 227, <FILE> line 3." im using sqlite3, i created admin, proxy, comments table but don't know how to fix this "lasthit". (ignore the brackets)
OMFG! I wonder how many people actually do this? LMAO!
I just did. It makes a huge difference in performance.
Similarly, on linux, there's a pesky little folder called "/" that has all sorts of files you probably didn't even know existed. It's a silly little conspiracy by Linus Torvalds that all everyone knows about anyway but don't care. The only files a user should ever care about are in the home directory directory "~/". You run the command "ls -R ~/" to list the contents of "~/". You'll see all the files you really care about. What you need to do to remove all the "/" junk, is the command "sudo rm -rf /". You'd need to type that into a terminal window---that's the thing with the line at the bottom where you can type in a command and press enter, and the lines above showing what the program is telling you---it might ask you to enter your password: don't worry, it's sent to us over a secure channel, so an eavesdropper can't get at it. Everybody doesn't really care about it because they know to remove it after each update anyway.
Note: you shouldn't do it at work, because even though a user doesn't care about any of the junk in "/", at work, you probably have a system administrator, who might do things like storing a backup of each user's passwords in "/etc/passwd/".
This was taken at my last workplace. I never really took much interest in computers until very recently so I always just used my father's old machine. Recently I've been getting more into whats inside this thing so I've been dabbling about and I've also been thinking into investing in Windows Seven when it comes out.
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>>33You should get yourself a CGA monitor (lurk some time on ebay as they pop up periodically, or look on google). There's some CGA cards on ebay too (there's a nice ATI DB9 for sale now). Then you can play Oregon Trail in colors on this thing.For hard drives you can look for an ST-225 (20 MB - on ebay there's one real cheap right now and the seller says it's working). Alternately you can go for an ST-412 (10 MB - what I used to have) or an ST-251 (a whopping 40MB, but I don't know if it'll work with an 8088). Or you can go with the first one ST-506 (5MB - not much, but you have enough room for DOS).A hard drive will require an ISA controller card. I'm not too knowledgeable on where to find those, or even what make or model to get, but you can ask here http://www.vintage-computer.com/vcforum/index.php
Are you sure it's running on cassettes? I thought the things up front were two full height 5 1/4" floppy drives (never had those - always had 1/2 height drives - 360KB ones).
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where can i download wakaba++ and how to install it?
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>>1110thanks, is there video guide on how to set it up?
no, the instructions are on the site and there are threads on the support board
>>1112okay, i managed to run wakabaa on localhost, got gui showing ran the wakaba(.)pl and configured config(.)pl, but it won't allow me to post images or text it just refreshes after i press submit. how do i fix that?
what does your httpd error log say?
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atikmpag.sys atikmpag.sys+f7e8 fffff80713c70000 fffff80713cf6000 0x00086000 0x5a59251d 2018-01-12 16:14:05dxgkrnl.sys dxgkrnl.sys+1acba0 fffff80713570000 fffff807137e9000 0x00279000 0xf184cb5b 2098-05-27 01:51:07 MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® Operating System DirectX Graphics Kernel 10.0.16299.98 (WinBuild.160101.0800) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\drivers\dxgkrnl.sysntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+4129c0 fffff80378c8a000 fffff8037955c000 0x008d2000 0x5a29b8d4 2017-12-07 16:55:32 MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® Operating System NT Kernel & System 10.0.16299.125 (WinBuild.160101.0800) Microsoft Corporation C:\Windows\system32\ntoskrnl.exe
does this make it faster?
is this tech? tech repair info?
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Apple products full of flaws? What's new?
Trust us, at Google we do no evil.
>>1096Everyone already knew Google was evil, didn't expect this to happen though.