Another password generator, written in perl. As it's more advanced than the old bash script I recommend using this one, if you're to lazy to create a secure password by yourself. The special thing about this script is, that it's possible to specify the characters, that will occur in the password (e.g. it's possible to create a password, containing just the letters a, b and c (don't do this...))
You could also use chop ;)
Now that's something pretty useless...
A simple MD5 brute forcer, written in C.
It calculates all combinations of a given set of characters and compares the MD5 sum of each combination to a given hash. brute calculates about 3 million hashes per second on a Pentium 4 (2,6 GHz). Usage:
brute length hash
length represents the maximal length of a string, i.e. if it's 6, brute won't try words longer than 6 characters. hash is a md5-hash, for example 5cfa779519a9789fad5dfe0de784ee4c
Folding@home (F@H) is the most powerful distributed computing cluster in the world and one of the world's largest distributed computing projects. The goal of the project is "to understand protein folding, misfolding, and related diseases." To keep everyone on IRC informed about my current work progress, I created this small script. :-)
Note: this script requires curl.
This is a nowplaying script for moc and irssi. It also enables you to control moc from irssi. I recommend applying my patch to moc, as it's the only way to determine whether you turned shuffle/repeat on or off.
/mocnp prints the currently played song in the active channel /play starts playing, if moc's in state "pause" /pause pause the current song /start starts moc if it's not running or if it's in mode "stop" /stop stops moc /next next song /prev previous song /shuffle turns shuffle on/off (requires >=mocp 2.5) /repeat turns repeat on/off (requires >=mocp 2.5)
This script displays a nicklist on the top of your irssi-window. Since it uses the split function of irssi, it works without any external programs. Although it works fine for me, a newer, better version will come soon...
A lot ofmoc's functions can be easily controlled via command-line switches. Unfortunately, by default, there's no way to determine whether shuffle/repeat is turned on or off, without checking the ncurses-interface of moc. So, I created a small patch, that enables moc to display these two values along with the song information on the command-line.
Applying this patch is pretty easy:
patch interface.c patch
Example for the altered output:
State: PAUSE File: /my/favorite/musicfile.mp3 Title: foobar Artist: foo SongTitle: foobar Album: bar TotalTime: 01:28 TimeLeft: 00:54 TotalSec: 88 CurrentTime: 00:34 CurrentSec: 34 Bitrate: 192Kbps AvgBitrate: 199Kbps Rate: 44KHz Shuffle: on Repeat: off
yaydl - more than a youtube downloader!
- downloading of multiple videos "simultaneously"
- encoding from flv to xvid using mencoder or ffmpeg
- extracting the soundtrack of a video using ffmpeg or mplayer+lame
- md3-tagging of the extracted sound-files
- support for HD videos on youtube/dailymotion
On debian-based systems, a apt-get install libwww-perl libgetopt-long-descriptive-perl libmp3-info-perl libterm-progressbar-perl will suffice.
Just run the included install file. :-)
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