Hi fellas.

I’ve been playing Supercell’s Boom beach for a while now, and I’ve seen dozens and dozens of supposedly wrking “hacks” that promise you diamonds, resources and so on…All of them are reported as dirty hacks, some even try to steal your informations by installing crapware on your phone.

Here’s a “hack” involving a simple tool that works on jailbroken iOS Phones. The idea is to simulate touchscreen actions. This way, the game will never reload, thinking that you are always there playing. So nobody will ever attack you!

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OpenVZ containers really changed my way of using virtual machines. It has a lot of pros and only a few cons.

One of these pros is the ability to execute a command on a container directly from the host. For example, to reboot container 102:

This  command is very, very powerful. For example, I use this one to apt-get update all my running containers:

Where “vzlist -H -o ctid” displays a list of all running containers (see here for more).

Handy, isn’t it? but wait, there is more! I host a CT for a friend and I let him plan his updates whenever he want, all by himself. So I created this lil’ script to help it out:

Here all containers whom numbers are in “avoid” list will not be affected.

Source: Stackoverflow: iterate over an array and avoid a value

Today I’m going to show you how to make your server tweet alerts. This might be the first of a long series of admin tools!

The aim of this very first example is to create a script that, periodically, is being run on your server to check if there are updates available. If it is the case, then the script must send an alert.

Challenge accepted, b*tch!

Challenge accepted, b*tch!

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Today’s project consists, as the title says, in the creation of an arduino/MSGEQ7 based pedal to be used with your guitar/bass/whatever. I’m going to show you how to use the MSGEQ7 (a 7 bands equalizer), how to display the result on a graphical LCD and, icing on the cake, how to make your own arduino shield.

Step 1: MSGEQ7.

Let’s dive deep into the subject: I’m going to show you how this nifty lil’chip works. First: where to find it. You can grab it at Sparkfun of on eBay. It’s pretty common.

Once you got it, just search for the datasheet and check the pinout:

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But especially the wiring diagram:

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iOS 6.1 is here, evasi0n jailbreak too, my iPhone 5 is now how my iPhone 4 was, a long time ago: NCSettings, FolderEnhancer, FiveIconDocks… But it’s not completely as it used to be: Install0us is gone for good!

Disclaimer: this is not intended to be a “how to get apps for free” guide. I buy the apps I use, I even buy apps I don’t. Be kind and reward the developers!

Here’s a method that will allow you to install an IPA on your jailbroken iDevice.

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Bonsoir à tous 😉

Ce soir, je vais vous montrer comment transformer un simple RaspberryPi en une station de téléchargement puissante et contrôlable à distance. Ce guide utilise l’OS Raspbian, je vous conseille de l’utiliser également.

Tout d’abord, connectez-vous en SSH à votre Pi:

Tout d’abord il nous faut installer liblept3. N’étant pas disponible via apt-get, il nous faut l’installer manuellement:

 

 

 

Ensuite viennent quelques packages dont python a besoin pour faire fonctionner pyload

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