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RaspberryPi by EdwardBlongerpidge.smd - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 15:14:43 EST ID:kh7VUfsV No.122192 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I recently bought a rtl8812au USB WIFI adapter that works with 5g and 2.4g wifi as tested on my Pi 3 B which is running Kali Linux (would rather have parrot security OS but fails to extract from WinRar when I download) but I have one major problem. I was assured by my fish that the product would support monitor mode but when I try to do so I get this error

not a raspberry pi 3, B+ or zero wireless cannot put in monitor mode

I looked up some how-to tutorials for more monitor mode information yet even after trying commands like "iw phy add monitor enable" (just an example of PART of a command i used) i still get another error that basically said monitor mode is not functional...

if i were using a VM on a computer to bridge the connection that for one thing would be easier but im using a direct .iso of kali, not the berryboot image either..

btw i mostly bought the thing just so my pi could get monitor mode on 5g, plus incase there are no 2.4 around I could surf the web on 5g if it's all that's available, which now I can but that's only half my problem resolved ahhh.. >_<
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EdwardBlongerpidge.smd - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 15:22:37 EST ID:kh7VUfsV No.122193 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122192
OP here, For those of you wondering yes it is the offical Realtek RTL8812AU from zsecurity website, shipped from China. Not a fake
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GrahamDibblewater.maq - Sun, 30 Dec 2018 11:43:12 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122195 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122192
I dunno anything about it, but there's many on the amazon reviews saying similiar things. Maybe you'll find some solution if you dig in there a bit.


lol by ShitChommermeck.swf - Fri, 28 Dec 2018 15:23:59 EST ID:h/QeYTEG No.122194 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e0mNctnzYw


Tell me about 5g and what it means. by Mimsy - Sat, 24 Nov 2018 20:52:01 EST ID:BZZHef+Z No.122125 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically, is 5G technology going to bring a true end to limited unlimited data rates and throttling horseshit? Will it finally be like wired internet where you have realistically, "unlimited" internet? Canadians not withstanding.
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PhineasBellybury.xsl - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 12:17:45 EST ID:jnObabrN No.122148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122125
5g is going to make you sterile and fry your brain to death ;)
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ElizaDannerdale.bud - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 14:24:40 EST ID:zzpMee9x No.122181 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122125
OP it is an awful thing with 5g everything is connected to the internet meaning simple things like refrigerators can spy on you and making our world to relied to the internet
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SidneyPuttinghadge.dev - Sat, 22 Dec 2018 22:11:21 EST ID:BiWoSdkN No.122188 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Boy, I sure love ATT's "extreme speeds" that cost 60 dollars a month and I live 30 minutes from the biggest city in the Southeast. Maybe 20 years from now, I'll get 10mbps and can stream in 720p on 1 device.
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SophieChiffingwater.mpp - Thu, 27 Dec 2018 07:47:43 EST ID:9wTSe8eI No.122189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>122188
I'll fucking trade you.
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EugeneDrockledale.uue - Tue, 15 Jan 2019 10:22:16 EST ID:DD2/TI06 No.122220 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's going to make you sterile and fry your brain.


Dark web purchase by EbenezerSibblegold.php - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 23:06:27 EST ID:xiQkpK8z No.122184 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I bought off the dark web from a source that has reliably sent to my friend in the past, but the package was too big for my mailbox. Now I have a slip and am unsure I should go pick it up from the post office. Anyone with experience able to advise how I should proceed.
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WilliamBlommerdidging.mod - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 23:45:08 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's illegal for you to knowingly accept drugs. What they like to do is deliver it to your door, require a signature, and then kick your door down to catch you red handed. I would get rid off all contraband, pick it up, and sit on the unopened package for a while.
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AlbertMebberstock.rsc - Fri, 21 Dec 2018 18:56:48 EST ID:xiQkpK8z No.122186 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Update - with the holiday rush/confusion at the post office, everything was fine!


ISP and police watching my internet? by PhineasCiblingfield.js - Fri, 16 Nov 2018 22:44:18 EST ID:YFyxM2Wm No.122112 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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i got a letter from my isp optimum online saying they will terminate my account because i am watching obscene porn....? they said i got flagged?

i did see some stuff on efukt, i did watch some hardcore porn in the past.

last year i got arrested and at the nypd police precinct the police were saying i was a perverted piece of shit for watching the porn i was watching....WHO THE FUCK TOLD THEM?

how can my isp forward shit to the police?

I dont get it...the internet is filled with obscene shit.....Im not a pedo just putting that out there, i prefer milfs...im just getting that out of the way before people say cp and stuff.

Wtf?
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EmmaFennerkark.pdr - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 02:59:38 EST ID:1oCsk16c No.122118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As long as it wasn't anything illegal you can sue them i guess
Use a vpn
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FuckGrimway.prn - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 22:02:58 EST ID:YFyxM2Wm No.122157 Ignore Report Quick Reply
thx
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FuckGrimway.prn - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 22:03:41 EST ID:YFyxM2Wm No.122158 Ignore Report Quick Reply
can anyone recommend a good vpn to use? not so expensive
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ElizaDannerdale.bud - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 14:27:35 EST ID:zzpMee9x No.122182 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122112
Do not watch porn it is bad for you
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ElizaDannerdale.bud - Wed, 19 Dec 2018 14:28:05 EST ID:zzpMee9x No.122183 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122158
nord vpn


Wifi cracking for bandwidth thieving scum. by ClaraWorthingwill.csv - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:36:30 EST ID:WBx0WLOI No.122084 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Are there any run and done, idiot proof wifi cracking programs for windows?
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JamesSellynit.lsp - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:08:46 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122164
That's for the web interface to routers that you can already connect to. Please delete your 420chan account.
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HeddaFuddleforth.rpm - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 23:21:08 EST ID:GZ9lN10B No.122172 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122140
Not really... last time I tried I made a small tool that could generate a dictionary file with certain criteria. Within half an hour I had programmed the tool and generated the file with all possible passwords for the ISPs routers. (8-digit numerical code that cannot be changed by the end user... stay away from Stofa if you come to my country... they also install the same password on all routers owned by the same customer )
The real waiting game is waiting for someone to connect to the wifi as you need to sniff the initial package exchange that contains the key data.

I was able to hack my parents' wifi in about 4-5 hours total using an old IBM thinkpad X60s running Kali... the code was some 3/4s down on the dictionary list. However I did connect normally with my laptop to get the initial packages.
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HeddaFuddleforth.rpm - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 23:22:53 EST ID:GZ9lN10B No.122173 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122172
>However I did connect normally with my laptop to get the initial packages.
i meant, with my OTHER laptop
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FuckingClaystone.bin - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 22:50:02 EST ID:stR1Wdn3 No.122177 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122144
> For example if you know the person has Comcast, then it's likely that they have an Xfinity router, and because Comcast is fucking stupid, those routers have default passwords composed of a dictionary word followed by a 4 digit number followed by another dictionary word and hashcat has a "mask attack" feature you can use to crack a password like that very easily.

"Your XFINITY Wireless Gateway broadcasts an additional “xfinitywifi” network signal for use with XFINITY WiFi. This creates an extension of the XFINITY WiFi network right in your home that any XFINITY Internet subscriber can use to sign in and connect. This XFINITY WiFi service is completely separate from your secure WiFi home network."

As well wps, even with everything secure, all one has to do is get I believe the last 4 digits, and the first 4 are the 'security.' Which are useless at that point. Our internet provider, centurylink, the newer routers do
cannot not use wep. it's only wpa/wpa2. The default is upper lower case, and numbers.
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FuckingClaystone.bin - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 23:40:18 EST ID:stR1Wdn3 No.122178 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122165
Seems to mention a protocol one can use to connect to the 'interface.'

If one can connect remotely, and use webadmin, and the default pass is 1234.
Sounds like they could gain access to the router and do about anything, don't
you think? If you have access to a web interface, remotely, and the site is correct
with the passwords and usernames are correct to the model of router/modems.
Then you 'could' be kinda screwed if you didn't change them.

My ISPs old routers had port 4567 open, another would open from time to time.
Likely it was for updates, but? People tried to understand why,

It could be accessed remotely. As in, open, not closed.

Basically when you set up a router, wired and wireless, you want to try to lock it down asap.
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Someone apparently wants to buy my pretty generic domain name by GrahamWocklestig.lsp - Mon, 05 Nov 2018 12:46:22 EST ID:g5KESuef No.122088 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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$500 for a domain, equivalent of oakservices.com pretty generic.

So, I got contacted by a broker from godaddy saying this buyer wanted it for 100. I told them I wanted 500 and accused them of being a scammer. They assured me it wasn't a scam, said the buyer found 500 acceptable. The broker seems to have a linkedin showing they've worked at GoDaddy as a broker for 5 years.

I'm just having trouble seeing the value in it, or the angle of some potential fraud.
There are surely ways to securely transfer domain/payment, so I'm less worried about that but it sounds unfun to research.
Another thought was that they would attempt to impersonate me, as I used an email from that domain in a few places.

Or maybe it's just totally legit and they want it that badly, or the money isn't a big deal. I asked what the buyer's purpose for it was, and got back something about medical information with procedures and diagnoses. It *could* fit the domain... I guess... maybe...

Also I was drunk and sending them all kinds of bullshit and they're still willing to talk, which raises a flag to me. But it could just be the broker accepting that some clients are drunk assholes.

Thoughts?
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EmmaGappershit.mdl - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 14:22:40 EST ID:fuS9zNiL No.122099 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122094
500 bucks sounds like a good investment, back when people used to grab up address names and sit on them until somebody was interested in the domain name. But, anybody could sell a name, if one checked their current name, it could be from some foreign land. Just as well.
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DavidMucklestuck.o - Sun, 11 Nov 2018 01:26:55 EST ID:Ln3BoKNh No.122108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122088

That really is how selling a domain works, enjoy your 500$

To a business that is less than chump change.
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CyrilBlannerfuck.ppd - Mon, 12 Nov 2018 09:16:33 EST ID:DtpkpOuq No.122111 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122096
$500 is chump change to a some people. Like even if it's not a big deal, if he's got real money he may be willing to drop 500 for it.
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RebeccaCuzzlecocke.pm4 - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:31:39 EST ID:XLYlPpmw No.122113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122111
I've seen decent sites where they got enough free traffic that they could have charge for their services. But put their domain name for sale. Possible mistake doing so.
So it sits and sits, for months on end. Going back say a year later, nothing, not even a for sale sign.
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MarthaGavingfetch.cbt - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 12:43:18 EST ID:5aQ9RFan No.122176 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122108
This. Sell it and if you have to, prior to the sale, email whoever you contacted previously to let them know your email address is no longer affiliated with oak services' website. Presto!


Old computers by Under Intact - Tue, 23 Oct 2018 16:03:23 EST ID:4Ju/Hg7f No.122057 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Do you like working with old computers? I enjoy it. I installed Windows XP to this laptop pictured and I after figuring out how to disable the OOBE timer I am trying to get it up to somewhat usable speed. It is enjoyable for me and I do not know why.
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AugustusFurryworth.xml - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 09:52:10 EST ID:qP8QZ7TO No.122160 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122149
>And why would you want to run an old OS?
i have an old pc that's in great condition, also sentimental value. i will never have a windows again and macs are out of question so i'm left with linux. or bsd, haiku and other niche oss no one's heard of.
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ShitBleddlechat.pm - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 17:42:18 EST ID:zJIm5XuI No.122162 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122160
Interesting haiku, there are many distributions that are worthy of the effort people
put into these. However, keeping repos updated, people kinda can do things themselves. As well, compiling, One could use a very outdated system.
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ShitBleddlechat.pm - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 17:45:15 EST ID:zJIm5XuI No.122163 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122162
Open source, one could take a program, and hack it, as they like. But nor $$ or to exploit other systems.
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HeddaFuddleforth.rpm - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 23:53:32 EST ID:GZ9lN10B No.122174 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122057
> Do you like working with old computers?
I do, a lot... ever since a friend of mine gave me a C64 and a 1541 floppy drive he had found in his attic.

I also have an Amiga 500 that i've recently begun tinkering with... poor gal needed a new floppy drive and pins on the joystick ports were broken... I kinda went on a binge a few months ago and got the new parts plus a new Kickstart chip (essentially the BIOS of an amiga) and some new Workbench disks (OS)... next purchase is gonna be an accelarator board, an external gotek drive, and some sort of permanent storage, like a CF or SD card adapter.
Amigas are really, really lovely machines to use once you get the hang of Workbench, loading games and the rather strange hardware

I also have an old slot 1 PIII 500 machine, with 256 MB RAM and a full-blooded Matrox G200 GPU integrated on the motherboard. OS is Win98SE with KernelEx extensions for running some modern programs. I'd rather have a voodoo card installed for that crisp RGSSAA and Glide API... However it's still good, about the same performance as a voodoo 2, but with 32 bit color.

Apart from that, i have a small collection of laptops, notably two IBM thinkpads, one of which I also got the docking station for and use for tinkering with RS232.
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CharlotteSirryset.swf - Sun, 16 Dec 2018 06:12:48 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>122174
>tinkering with RS232
You do what works for you, but just wanted to chip in with the tip in that it's easy to add as long as your MB has the connector. I got pic related for about $3 total (shipping included).
Easier to just be able to do stuff on your main machine than setting up another system. Also just beautiful to see a serial port on a modern PC.


g500 by JennyDrinningman.sit - Fri, 07 Dec 2018 16:15:44 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122161 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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my logitech g500 mouse finally kicked the bucket.

what's the modern-day equivalent of that one?

the amount of effort ive put into this post reflects the amount of effort ive put into my research before asking this question
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NigelCrirryhood.gif - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 15:01:13 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122167 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>122166
Nooooooooooooooo lol
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ElizaBardstone.tga - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 02:17:00 EST ID:tBPxJOgX No.122168 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122166
got that mouse as a gift, lasted less than a year. back to my decade+ G5.
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ReubenGavingspear.xlt - Fri, 14 Dec 2018 12:41:49 EST ID:ydW/7yD7 No.122170 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122166
lol wtf
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HeddaFuddleforth.rpm - Sat, 15 Dec 2018 22:58:58 EST ID:GZ9lN10B No.122171 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122166
Seriously stay away from those... not only do they break quickly, but they also get really gunked up with sweat, dirt and dead skin from your hands.. and are nigh impossible to clean properly...

There's really no pendant to the classic G500 and they are still available... A good modern alternative would be Corsair's range of gamer mice, or if you want to stay with logitech, the G502 (its successor) which comes in two versions with slightly different features
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OliverPurrytore.ini - Mon, 17 Dec 2018 21:29:53 EST ID:/RRv6irO No.122179 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>122171
aight


Discrete only VS Integrated + Discrete by NellPeppernen.pm3 - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 17:48:02 EST ID:og65Tj4q No.122155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm hooking up two monitors at the moment, and I got to wondering if it would be beneficial to run one of them on the integrated graphics. Would that offload some workload, or does diverting signals to two different graphic systems offput any benefits one would get?
Tried hooking them up that way and it works without any config at all (win 8.1).
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BetsyDuckman.log - Mon, 03 Dec 2018 12:58:40 EST ID:CzL1Lz3w No.122156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah. If you run Blender and it's pegging your GPU it won't lag if another GPU is running the GUI.

Normally though? no. And it's gonna fuck shit up like video playback when you move it back and forth.
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GrahamPickbury.pot - Wed, 12 Dec 2018 08:19:15 EST ID:Qx3lfgFz No.122169 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122156
Yeah I tried a while but changed over to just discrete GPU, much more stable in general.


Micro SD for full resolution HD at quick speeds via HDMI by NCACEDEADDEL - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 11:53:13 EST ID:EHZrz9cN No.122150 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any idea if this would be good for the Pi 3 Model B? (Not B+)
It says in the description that the read speed is 300mb/s but I'm not sure about the write speed.

Didn't know if this belongs in /Programming or not but eh
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JamesDrinnerstock.bas - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 13:33:25 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That's a full sized SD and the Pi doesn't support UHS-II. So no. Get whatever Sandisk sells for $15-30.
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NellPeppernen.pm3 - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 15:28:47 EST ID:og65Tj4q No.122152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah this belongs here.
As above, that's not a microSD.
Also, if you get anything larger than 32GB you'll have to add some extra steps to your setup (search for it, wouldn't get the how and why correct from memory, something about exFAT).
You can make a ctrl+F on this page to see if there's any known troubles with a card you're checking:
https://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards
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NellPeppernen.pm3 - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 15:50:11 EST ID:og65Tj4q No.122153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Also you might be better off getting just big enough microSD and grabbing either a larger USB stick or just SATA to USB and throw a spare old drive at it. Based on that I read just the other day that some peeps had better results doing PS1 emulation from a stick rather than the system card. Just a guess, but seems like it could be the same with video.
If going by the drive method you could have more stuff on there at once too, could get a used 500GB drive for the same price as a 64GB SD.


Risk map generators by ElizaPullersurk.ffl - Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:31:02 EST ID:3XNAZhZl No.122049 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How can i recreate the exact map, with the same legend? I imagine there`s gotta be a generator online for these kind of risk maps.
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JennyBaddlestone.reg - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 01:02:30 EST ID:uTO6sC3V No.122052 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122049
I guess depends on what you are trying to accomplish. I guess find what the maps name is called. the game version(s) that have it. If this is a board game version, or otherwise, the map would still have a name.

I believe knowing an engine somebody worked on, for a long time no doubt, to produce these games would help. If the exact map you are looking for exists in a version, it would have a file a file, or many files to represent the territories.

Even simple images files may be named accordingly, or not. Files that correspond to/with these
image files.gif etc should become more easier to see how they work in game play.

I am just merely pulling this stuff out of nowhere, but it all would be basically the same, DOS to high tech games, in many ways it would work in the same principles as, well even board games.

A game is basically trying to accomplish a goal. As well coding games? Altering games is trying to accomplish a goal. Game engines, helpers, can make seeming two different' games from the same engine. https://duckduckgo.com/html?q=warcraft%20engine

Note, I know nothing about this stuff, but try a small project. The DOS boards, people could help. They would likely not be helpful, as well be very helpful. They would likely expect some effort, not just answers.

There may be alt.games.dos on usenet. dos.games. Etc.
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ShitChurringdock.pcl - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 18:37:43 EST ID:i+3mb5va No.122138 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122050
you can do that with a gis software.

search qgis and manuals, is a open source.

i have a blog that explain what is a gis, manuals etc, check.

http://green-falcon.blogspot.com/2017/10/qgis.html
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CharlesFennerweck.lnk - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 02:21:14 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122138
Do you have a blog that explains what the fuck a risk map is?
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EugeneSacklesick.cmf - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 17:52:32 EST ID:i+3mb5va No.122141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122139
no, i have a blog that explain how to make that type of maps.
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PollyDoblingspear.dll - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 20:16:38 EST ID:qEnw3SO+ No.122142 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>122141
its in spanish wtf is a risk map??????????????


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