Here you can get the already modified OSX Version.


In the original you'll have to insert:

#define fseek fseeko

#define ftell ftello

in here:


#if defined(APPLE) && defined(GNUC)

#define fopen64 fopen

<ol>
    <li><span class="caps">INSERT</span> IT <span class="caps">HERE</span><br/><br />



endif


to make it work in OSX :)

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$ gcc o patch patchv2.c -D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE

./patch somewiiimage.iso 0

[+] Seeking to 0×4E003

[
] First patch…….Done

] Seeking to 0×4E010

] Second patch…….[ Done

[
File Closed

Backup is now PAL

If your mother ever locks her bicycle and happens to throw away the key, this is what you'd have to do :)

(just happened to me… sorry for the crappy photos)

Schloss1.jpg

Just posting this in case someone does a search via google…

To assign a fixed MAC-Adress to a VM, you'll have to edit the matching .vmx and do the following things:

1. uncomment everything involving "ethernet0.generated";

2. insert these two lines:

ethernet0.address = 00:50:56:0D:xx:xx
ethernet0.addressType = static

(you can chose whatever hex you want for xx:xx)

CCC
This is to all my fellow (computer science) students who are enjoying their free time at the moment :)

Over Here you can find links to the talks that were given on the last CCC Meeting 23C3.

Today I watched:

All of the talks are interesting and carry a lot of information. watch em!

Lart.jpg

A Luser Attitude Readjustment Tool (abbreviated LART) is "something large, heavy and painful, used to respond appropriately to particularly annoying lusers."; A LART can by definition be anything from a pat on the back, to a small tactical nuclear attack, depending on how much adjustment the attitude needs. Names for specific types of LARTs include cluebat, clue stick, Clueisville Slugger, clue-by-four and Board of Education. The abbreviation was retrofitted to Lumber Assisted Reallocation as Treefood out of respect to the Lumber Cartel. See also Banhammer.

More Info:

Just wanted to give you a quick Link to the offline-Blogging Editor I am testing out at the Moment. It's called "Quamana" and it's doing a fine job so far. As you can see Image upload is working nicely (using wordress integrated features and not FTP). It's available over at http://www.qumana.com/ for OSX and Windows. They've got some advertising programm going as well which is neatly integrated into the client (but as I'd prefer adsense)