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bio website code.google.com/p/badvpn
location Slovenia
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My interests:

  • Programming, open source (C, C++)
  • Linux, Gentoo
  • Computer networks
  • RepRap 3D printers (got a RepRapPro Mendel)

Most of my open-source software is available on the BadVPN project site. This includes:

  • NCD programming language
  • Tun2socks network layer proxifier
  • Peer-to-peer layer 2 VPN

I'm also developing the APrinter open-source firmware for RepRap's: https://github.com/ambrop72/aprinter .


Apr
29
awarded  Caucus
Feb
14
comment Is it possible to create an install disk/iso that will essentially create a clone of my custom kernel build
I just have to mention NixOS.
Feb
3
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
5
comment Force programs that do not specify proxy settings to use a proxy (ie: Steam)
@deed02392 If you want to debug this, here's some instructions on ideone to stop spamming the comments, ideone.com/vSupRi
Oct
5
comment Force programs that do not specify proxy settings to use a proxy (ie: Steam)
@deed02392 Someone also made a GUI for tun2socks (google it), you can try that, but I can't make any assurances about its quality.
Oct
5
comment Force programs that do not specify proxy settings to use a proxy (ie: Steam)
@deed02392 That is strange. Some things to check: Is your device really a TAP-Win32 device, as installed by the OpenVPN driver? Are you using the newest OpenVPN version? Also try renaming the device to something short like "TAP", but I think it shouldn't matter.
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
May
29
comment Is there a system to install multiple releases of all default linux applications for a given linux distro release series?
@RossRogers I have yet to get more familiar with Nix, but I do believe the Nix package manager can work on different distros. But it probably won't install Ubuntu packages.
May
29
comment Is there a system to install multiple releases of all default linux applications for a given linux distro release series?
Not Ubuntu, but you should still check out NixOS, nixos.org/nixos .
Apr
20
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
15
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
@DavidSchwartz at least an all systems I've tried brctl, STP was off by default, but the bridge does indeed need a few seconds to start forwarding after a link is established on one of the ports.
Mar
14
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
@Joseph this is about making a router, the question specifically mentions that his sniffer should be transparent (and a NAT router definitely isn't).
Mar
14
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
The auto-configuration is probably not breaking it, but anyway I think you can disable it by editing /etc/network/interfaces and removing the eth0 configuration. Or maybe something more needs to be done, google it.
Mar
14
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
Also be sure to check if both network cards indicate that the link is up, using "ip link show" and making sure both eth0 and eth1 have the RUNNING flag. If one doesn't, it's most likely that you need to use a reversed cable (straight/crossover) because neither of the two network cards on the link support auto detection.
Mar
14
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
You should verify your setup by hooking up a PC to your LAN over your bridge.
Mar
14
comment Logging network traffic using Raspberry Pi
How doesn't it work? I've done the exact same thing several times (bridged two network cards), it worked perfectly. If you don't assign any IP addresses to your interfaces (br0, eth0, eth1), but make sure they're all up, your system will act exactly like a hardware switch.
Feb
3
awarded  Necromancer
Oct
21
revised How to join/merge many mp3 files?
added 2 characters in body
Oct
19
revised How to join/merge many mp3 files?
added 1 characters in body
Oct
19
comment How to join/merge many mp3 files?
@OverTheRainbow the argument is supposed to be "concat:file1.mp3|file2.mp3", without the backslash. The backslash is an escape character to prevent the unix shell from treating | as a pipe. I've changed it to use double quotes instead.