DHT Spider + BitTorrent Client = P2P Spider
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Created At: September 14, 2017 at 10:01PM
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git clone https://github.com/SneakyBrian/nano-service
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install make automake build-essential git libcurl4-openssl-dev
git clone git://github.com/pooler/cpuminer.git cd cpuminer
./autogen.sh ./configure CFLAGS="-O3" make
./minerd --url=<pool url> --user=<username> --pass=<password> -–debug
I had some problems today getting Visual Studio to connect to the Remote Debugging tool (MSVSMON.exe) running on an ASP.NET application server. The error message I received when I clicked on “Debug” –> “Attach to Process…” was along the lines of:
The Microsoft Visual Studio Remote Debugging Monitor (MSVSMON.EXE) does not appear to be running on the remote computer.
…even though I definitely was running MSVSMON on the server via an RDP session. There were no firewalls enabled on either machine, or sitting on the network between us.
In order to resolve this I shared my locally installed version of MSVSMON over the network so that it could be accessed by the server in question and ran the tool directly from the share. Once I had done this I had no problems connecting. Typically MSVSMON can be found in the “<Visual Studio Install Directory>\Common7\IDE\Remote Debugger” folder in both x64 and x86 flavours.
Great, if slightly quirky, video from Paul Irish. Some good points about IIFE’s and jQuery selector performance.
I’ve even added a Cornify button for you to click here:
Just had an issue trying to use a dynamic object in a .NET test project – at build time I had the compiler error:
One or more types required to compile a dynamic expression cannot be found. Are you missing a reference?
In the end all I had to do was reference “Microsoft.CSharp” from my test project.