Tv online free!

July 27th, 2012 by Miguel Ferreira | In: Debian, Intranet and Internet, Linux, Programming, projects, TV Online, vb.net

I'm almost finished this fabulous program and, need some staff to the test… If you are interested, send an email to tvonline@miguelferreira.net with your information and why you are interested

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At last – Thomson WIFI KEYs – New BD

October 22nd, 2010 by Miguel Ferreira | In: Blog, Debian, Intranet and Internet, Linux, Meo Hack

At last :)

Finally've rebuilt the database cryptographic key wifi router thomson to include manufactured in routers 2010
Atneção that many are not supported because the algorithm has changed… If anyone knows of anything relating to this subject…

‘Hostei’ the files on a file server so as not to take up my valuable host space, para poderem sacar mais rapido registem-se 😛 aqui: http://www.midupload.com/free15907.html

Soon I will build a site of low resources (for mobile phone) to access this database, But how do they imagine this sai-Pocket me, Why, If someone want me to offer a few euros I thank, or if it is just a single euro (Who give me donations will soon have an offer)

Links:

ThomsonKeys-sh-sqlite3.part1.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-sh-sqlite3.part2.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-sh-sqlite3.part3.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-sh-sqlite3.part4.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-sh-sqlite3.part5.rar – 34.8 MB
ThomsonKeys-x64.part1.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x64.part2.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x64.part3.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x64.part4.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x64.part5.rar – 35.9 MB
ThomsonKeys-x86.part1.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x86.part2.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x86.part3.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x86.part4.rar – 52.5 MB
ThomsonKeys-x86.part5.rar – 35.5 MB

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Linux – apt-get with proxy

June 11th, 2009 by Miguel Ferreira | In: Debian

How many, I also never recall some basic things in linux, as I have been testing some virtual machines and how they are basically all the same, one solution is to pass the requests of these by a proxy, but as? No longer reminded me of how to configure apt to use a proxy, I searched in google and after a few failed tests thought :) :

Edit the file “//etc/apt/apt.conf.d/70debconf” and add the following:

Acquire {
http {
Proxy “http://user:pass @ YourProxyServer:door/”;
No-Cache “false”;
Max-Age “86400”;
In-Store “false”;
};
};

Close and is already :)

Another way is to configure the whole system (from the user's point of view) to use a specific proxy, and this makes as follows:

Edit the file ~/.bashrc

and at the end paste:

export http_proxy = http://user:pass @ proxy:port/
export ftp_proxy = http://user:pass @ proxy:port/

Close, log out and login and you're done.

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