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You could do a driving/traffic type game where your blob has to avoid the blobs coming up from the bottom of the screen.
Something like frogger
Open Broadcaster Software. Can be use to record or stream with many features.
Streamlabs has done a good job of their forked version of OBS.
I used floorplanner.com to do the floorplan (their furniture catalogue is really big), I subscribed to have a HD export , then in Photoshop I created a lights off version and a lights on version, then I mask the rooms with illustrator and modify the code of the SVG file with sublime in order to add the IDs and change the opacity of each mask when the group lights is on. Pretty much it
Oh, is that all? ʘ‿ʘ
But the important question is whether or not the front doors open the same or like normal doors?
Normal doors, thank god. I actually mildly hate those damn showy falcon-wing monstrosities. They look cool, but they're impractical mechanical nightmares that draw even more attention than my pink car already does …
Rofl, that's good. Had actually thought it was white until you mentioned it. Of course, depending on where you are located, the fact that it's a Tesla may also increase the noticeability...
Thanks for the help @xatrekak and @PetieM.
I've got it working internally. I had tried swapping the rules around earlier but maybe didn't get it quite right.
Now the only issue getting the right rule to allow the NVR internet access for cloud access.
At the moment it can ping the NAS and the USG, it just can't ping the internet, 126.96.36.199 for example.
I've tried a rule under all WAN IN/OUT/LOCAL to allow the NVR's IP to access any IP group but no luck yet.
The IN/OUT/LOCAL rules only affect ports inbound, outbound, and the USG directly (from the LAN/WAN as noted). Likely you'd want the rules on LAN_IN, I don't believe you typically use WAN_OUT/LAN_OUT much, except for some rare use cases (unless I'm wrong). Blocking or allowing internal access to the internet would then be done via LAN_IN, as I recall there is a default rule that allows established connections already on WAN_IN. As mentioned elsewhere in the comments, make sure your allow statement is before the blocks and you should be good.
Edit: as far as the fix the seems to work, sounds ok to me. Not claiming to be an expert but it sounds like solid logic, only allow outbound from the NVR and only allow established inbound...which should only ever be the NVR anyways.
Unless I overlooked it, you missed the hardware labels on the ESXi servers? As in what sort of servers/specs you are using. Nice job though! I see you have 4 vlans listed, how are you using those? If you have Deluge in its own vlan that forces it through the PIA interface, how do you access it locally? I've been contemplating doing that sort of thing with my setup, but not sure how to be able to access the media directly unless I VM the apps and then direct connect to an alternate port on my NAS maybe.
Edit: taught phone that a vlan is different than a clan, and more things.
Not sure, it might be urs if none of them can join u. But there's also the possibility that all of them have strict NAT.
Just go Xbox network settings and have everyone look at their NAT. Strict NATs cannot play with other strict NATs or Moderates. I couldn't join my friend cuz I had moderate and he had strict, but my other friends had Open. We ended up having another friend buy another copy of ark on PC.
Piggybacking off of that, if the Xbox app reports moderate NAT how would i go about fixing that? I had every port for all versions of Ark listed in the port forwards table to the server but it still shows up as join failed on both my desktop (client) and the xbox.
You can use the windows play anywhere as well, run the server on the pc (because the pc is classed as my home pc i can set my sisters silver account to run it) the everyone you want to play just join on the various xboxes.
What did you do in regards to port forwarding? I'm having issues. I allowed all ports through the Windows firewall (because if you disable the firewall Teredo doesn't appear to work), enabled RCON (which i can now connect to), and noticed that the game is listening on port 7777. But for the life of me i cant get any other client (the play anywhere client on my desktop or the wife's xbox) to be able to connect. All i get is "Join failed". Do you have any suggestions or tips for issues you ran into?
Head On. Not the original version, but funnier.
That's surprising, I kind of always assume the US is ahead of the rest of the world.
Where I live, you'd be paid directly into your bank account (even as a contractor), and it would be so much against the interest of your employer to cheat you out of any money, as in, that would be such an expensive mistake, it just never happens.
You wouldn't need to hire a lawyer or anything, you'd lodge a complaint with the employment tribunals service and at that point if the company is in the wrong, you'll get paid what you are owed at the very least, but more than likely you'll get some extra on top. They take a very dim view of unfair deductions from pay, or withheld pay.
That's surprising, I kind of always assume the US is ahead of the rest of the world.
I used to think that too.
Quick, someone do a FOD walk.
But do bags count? If they do, does the ramper also count as fod?
Luggage strikes me as something that doesn't normally float across the tarmac so I'd imagine it could be classified as foreign. Could be wrong though.
I don't think Amazon lockers are what decides if same day is available, I have lots of lockers, but no same day.
I can get same day shipping at the house, but when I set shipping destination to a locker it defaults to the standard 2 day shipping. Unless I'm somehow doing it wrong?
I think I had to go and configure the commander in iCue to tell it that channel 1 was running my LL120's and 2 was the RGB strip, then you have to make sure that you tell it how many of each you have on that channel. Not at the computer ATM, but if you need I can fire it up for more details.
First thing that popped into mind was marking the files as system/hidden but that is yet another check box to enable viewing in the folder options, so maybe not quite what you're looking for. If interested, via CMD:
attrib +sh file
You could also try using the binary copy, I've used that to append text/zip files into pictures. Bit hazey on the syntax, but I think that goes something like this:
copy /b pictureFile+secretFile newFile
That'll look like a picture, but for example if it was a text file inside you could open it in Notepad and scroll to the very end to see your secretFile contents.
I spent way too much time trying to hide stuff when I was younger.
Edit: wrong button..
Thanks for the advice! I did add a folder of mp3 files and appended some information to one of the mp3 files. Which can be viewed when you open the file using winrar or 7zip.
Also, this (even though it's meant more as a joke): http://goedhartvoordieren.nl/?page=r/lifehacks/comments/89pvex/your_porn_is_safe_from_now_on/
Exactly, the method is the same just a bit of creativity for the application and you're off to a start.
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Oh boy, a fellow breathing fan! What's your favourite thing about the intaking of air?
The part that lets me keep on living.
I can think of a few times that would have come in handy.
It is very easy to just not upgrade and stay on whatever version you want.
The raspberry pi 3 gets insanely hot because the chip it's using is at a higher clock rate than in the 1 and the 2. They all use the same chip.
I would argue they do not all have the same chip, as the original was a single core, 2 had a dual and 3 has a quad core CPU. Also differing amounts of RAM.
Edit: close but no cigar.
Close. The 1st raspberry pi was single core. The 2nd and 3rd raspberry pi's were both quad cores. The chips between the 2 and 3 are different though, the raspberry pi 2 used the bcm2836 which is armv7 at 900mhz vs the raspberry pi 3's bcm2837 which is armv8 at 1.2ghz. As for ram the first raspberry pi had 512 MB of ram and the 2nd and 3rd both had 1 GB.
Right, forgot the 2 was a quad. I have a B+ and 3, never did get a 2 though.
Although, didn't the first Pi have 256mb, then the + versions came out with 512mb?
Well that's not a helpful comment in the slightest.
A MacBook, android tablet and iPhone, I’ve tried with the domain name doesn’t seem to want to connect.
Assuming you have the related firewall rules already? (Mine show up under WAN Local). Any other services you host, do they work via the hostname?
I haven't looked into it yet, though I've been meaning to. Is there a simple way to enable an "unblock this site" function for the less technical family members, or am I going to be managing the whitelist every day for my wife?
I've noticed when pihole blocks a page it'll bring up a page that offers to whitelist it, provided you have the pihole password.
thanks, btw. Chickenpotpihole is now officially de-cluttering my home network.
Ha, digging the name. I have the pihole uplink set to OpenDNS where you can do some generic filtering based on categories (ads/gambling/porn/gaming/webmail/etc to name a few). This way you have a fallback in case something you don't want isn't caught by pihole. I'm currently looking into the best way to block all DNS queries except for either Pihole or an exception list.
RemindMe! 12 hours
Let's stop blaming Comm and start blaming the acquisitions and contracting guys
Especially since all one can really do is spray some febreeze on the pile of shit.
The term is “power point karaoke” 🙃
*death by PowerPoint