There’s sleep. Very useful in bash scripts. Just sleep then number of seconds to sleep.
correct that’s inside the proxmark3 client … i just mean the linux environment before the client is launched.
yes! this works thanks!
The proxmark client also lets you issue proxmark commands from bash if you call the client and use the
proxmark3 -c "lf search; msleep -t 100; lf search"
This will start the client, issue the
lf search command followed by a sleep/wait of 100 milliseconds then another
lf search and then quit the client once the commands have run.
So I am guessing I have to choose between one or the other. But how hard is it to switch a proxmark3 easy between a PC and a Mac? My tower is a Pc I built and my laptop is a MacBook I had for art school. i would like the ability to use a proxmark3 on both. If it’s too much of a pain I’ll buy a second proxmark I guess.
Anybody else getting this when editing a post?
It seems to happen in any post I make with any sort of code-looking text in it, or a link to a page that seems to contain code. Really annoying…
First world problem…but yep
I found it will save the changes if you select OK and cancel edit BUT if you try and edit again, it will drop the previous edit, so on the second edit you are best to
new edit then save
and it SHOULD be done…
Somewhat, not much fun…
Pretty easy. You will need to install the client software on both machines (and preferably the same version, and match the firmware version to at least one client version)
I move mine between Android and Linux without issue.
Well touché. Tell it like it is
I shouldn’t complain really: all the other forums I patronize don’t let you edit anything: get your post right, and if you fuck up, too bad. But you kinda get used to Discourse’s post-first-then-think feature
It doesn’t for me.
Awesome! Thank you.
I still think it has to do with cloud flare, even though I’m supposedly passing all traffic without any filtering for the forum and I also have the cloud flare plug in for discourse installed
I doubt it. New posts with code go through fine. It’s only when you edit them later. So I think it’s a protection feature in Discourse that doesn’t work when posting new posts.
Also, apparently it’s only when it tries to generate a preview in the edit. I just edited one of mine to replace the code preview with a plain old link and it went through.
I’m not quite sure what it’s trying to protect against though. It’s not like browsers execute Python or shell code embedded inside HTML pages willy-nilly.
Discord or Discourse?
Can someone with knowledge compare us to a sect/cult?
I’d be interested how close we are to a cult.
No knowledge, but this implies far from it…
Not a professional but given we can’t agree on trans humanism values I’d say not a cult
Some of the criteria do fit to a funny degree, although obviously I’m cherry picking examples
- The group displays an excessively zealous and unquestioning commitment to its leader, and (whether he is alive or dead) regards his belief system, ideology, and practices as the Truth, as law.
Hmm, sounds a little familiar
- Questioning, doubt, and dissent are discouraged or even punished.
- The group is elitist, claiming a special, exalted status for itself, its leader(s), and its members (e.g., the leader is considered the Messiah, a special being, an avatar—or the group and/or the leader is on a special mission to save humanity).
CYBORGS and DT CLUB
- The group is preoccupied with making money.
As much as we love Amal, it’s still a business
- The group is preoccupied with bringing in new members.
- Members are expected to devote inordinate amounts of time to the group and group-related activities.
It’s not a cult anymore than being a car fan or a football fan is a cult. An unhealthy obsession perhaps, but not a cult.
However, I’d rather be classified as a cult member than a football fan or a car nut, because I have some pride left in me. And so therefore: ALL HAIL HIS AMALNESS OUR LORD AND SAVIOR!
It’s only time to start worrying when we have matching outfits and someone is handing out Flavor-aide.
You have seen the clothing available on RedBubble haven’t you?