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HDCP master key:

HDCP MASTER KEY (MIRROR THIS TEXT!)

This is a forty times forty element matrix of fifty-six bit
hexadecimal numbers.

To generate a source key, take a forty-bit number that (in
binary) consists of twenty ones and twenty zeroes; this is
the source KSV. Add together those twenty rows of the matrix
that correspond to the ones in the KSV (with the lowest bit
in the KSV corresponding to the first row), taking all elements
modulo two to the power of fifty-six; this is the source
private key.

To generate a sink key, do the same, but with the transposed
matrix.

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Life

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Wanna vacuum all of your SQLite databases? :D

for I in $(file $(find / -path /some/protected/path -prune -o -type f -iname "*.db" -o -iname "*.sqlite*") | grep -e "SQLite " --color=never | awk '{ print $1 }' | sed -e 's/://'); do sqlite3 $I 'VACUUM;' || echo $I; done
Life

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99% of what you need to do to perform a search n replace for an incorrectly symlinked directory:

$(ls -l | grep -v "^total" | awk '{print " ln -s " gensub(/\/mnt\/loop\/writeable/, "\"/media/Iomega HDD/simonPictures", 1, $11) "\" " $9}') > doIt.sh
Life

Asterisk issues to work on:

(1) Avoiding initial deadlock
(2) Segmentation fault
(3) Channels that WON'T FSCKING DIE
(4) Depressing performance, at least in queueing
(5) Timing outbound audio via inbound audio, leading to high CPU consumption and an RTP storm if Asterisk ever gets stuck talking to Asterisk
Life

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To everyone who use to hit me up via AIM:

Try $MY_AIM_USERNAME@gmail.com

Pidgin and AIM are not getting along very well these days.