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    File hosting options

    I run a small website that is hosted on my ISP's servers. Problem is, they give me a 'generous' 10Mb allowance.
    So what I do is put the HTML there, and reference a free file hoster URL for any...
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    Sure is. I had programmed some others back in the...

    Sure is. I had programmed some others back in the late 1990s, and they still read beautifully. Could be a dud EPROM, but as mentioned, it was freshly removed from working equipment.
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    Yep, got the PC side of things covered... an old...

    Yep, got the PC side of things covered... an old 486 laptop running Win95 with a real LPT port. Kept just for such purposes. Will have a play with the timing of the SC / DSE / EA Jim Rowe unit and...
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    For the Willem programmer - the software at...

    For the Willem programmer - the software at mpu51.com, for Windows v0.97ja. The DSE had a DOS program written by Glenn Pure, v2.01.
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    Both programmers are parallel (LPT) based, but...

    Both programmers are parallel (LPT) based, but that does give me another idea - slow down the read. Perhaps the programmers are trying to read the contents too quickly. Its not possible - I don't...
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    Reading a flaky EPROM

    Has anyone come across this sort of situation before, and is there a solution?
    27C64 EPROM that I want to read the contents out of... freshly pulled out of working equipment, so I presume the EPROM...
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    Looking for a hex editor

    I love HxD. But one of the things it won't do is search multiple files or even an entire folder for occurrences of hex / text / UTF-8 string.
    010 Editor can do this, but my trial period has...
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    Ah! "data.data" is the filter I needed.

    Ah! "data.data" is the filter I needed.
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    Wireshark display filters

    Google hasn't helped much here.
    Looking to compare a bunch of Ethernet packets payloads, so I've captured the data required with Wireshark and plan to export the captures to a text file for...
  10. Alright! The latest PC software for these...

    Alright! The latest PC software for these 5.0EPROM programmers includes the 39VF family, even though the supported chip list doesn't include it. I'm good now... once the postman arrives.
  11. Yes. Want to explore certain features not native...

    Yes. Want to explore certain features not native to certain models eg: analogue on SL7550, remove firmware imposed limits and such. Slow (glacially slow!) progress being made.
  12. Is SST37VF010 compatible with ST39VF010 ?

    Looking at buying a multi-chip EPROM / flash / etc. programmer.
    Two chips that I want to work with are the old MCS48 family (needs an MCS48 adapter) and SST39VF010 flash.
    One programmer,...
  13. SHA1 with PKCS1 v1.5 - need help to understand

    Trying to understand the following Python code:
    signature = signing_key.sign(payload.decode('utf-8').encode('utf-16-le'), PKCS1v15(), SHA1())

    This results in a signature digest that is 128 bytes...
  14. 18650 cell *exactly* 18mm or some a tiny bit less?

    Strange question to ask, but are there some brands of 18650 cells that are slightly less than 18mm diameter? I'm repacking a battery pack and 18mm won't quite fit, 17mm would just squeeze in though....
  15. How to filter information out of XML files

    I'm quite new to XML files, and not familiar with the tools that are designed to work with them. I'd like to filter / extract information out of XML files, so I can compare data based on certain...
  16. Perfect! Process Monitor showed me just what I...

    Perfect! Process Monitor showed me just what I was looking for - what DLL was being called for, by which process, and most importantly for this - exactly when it was being called. Thanks!
  17. Finding out what DLLs are used during execution?

    There's a fairly complex bit of software that has many hundreds of DLLs associated with it. I'd like to work out which DLLs are used at a particular point of the software execution, but don't know...
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    RFI-EMI-GUY and DB44 are right on the money, it...

    RFI-EMI-GUY and DB44 are right on the money, it seems. Just looked at a few of the most recently cancelled purchases, and the sellers are now re-offering the items at 3x or 4x the cost I'd...
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    eBay scam, or coincidence?

    Bought a few low value eBay items of late, where the seller, in China or Hong Kong, has sent a message stating that they "noticed a quality issue with the sold" and would like to cancel the sale,...
  20. V-belts - how much do they stretch over time?

    Replacing a V-belt that's been in operation over 5 years of hard service life in a ride on lawn mower (cutting blades drive belt). The manual says the belt should be 250cm long, but I measure this...
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    Au contraire, we do have a largish roadside...

    Au contraire, we do have a largish roadside letterbox. What would be the definition of 'safe place' anyway? I could provide a locked 5mm steel plate box (like I do at work... which the couriers...
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    Mail theft - what are our rights?

    Noticed we've not been receiving various items in the mail / delivered by courier at our semi-rural property.
    In the last 12 months, two eBay items, one Amazon order of books and one order of local...
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    Superannuation - would this work?

    Superannuation. Not something you ordinarily think about unless you're that way inclined. But the last few weeks certainly has me thinking about it... my super is all in fund managed equities...
  24. The accuracy of different speed measuring systems: GPS vs Doppler vs ToF Laser

    Been playing around with a Ka band Doppler traffic speed measuring radar lately, and noticed that it doesn't perfectly agree with my GPS speed indications. It got me wondering... why? What basic...
  25. Physics question: why are my clothes inside out?

    A very light hearted physics question, but there will be some real world applied physics behind the answer, I think.
    Have noticed that the majority of clothes that I wash in our front loader washing...
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