Once upon a time I used a program called WinMX to download my warez, including music, movies, and games. One game I accidentally downloaded was No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy in H.A.R.M.’s Way, which was an ISO that I was able to use DAEMON Tools to play. Upon playing this game I immediately fell in love with the Genre and Playstyle.Read More
In previous writeups such as xmrig with cuda for Rocky Linux 8.5 and nVidia CUDA with the wrong video card I’ve navigated Rocky Linux and Cuda. It’s now time to see if we can get John the Ripper CUDA’s components running on a Rocky 8.7 Live Workstation USB install.
Personally, I love projects like this. I started this on 1 8GB USB stick and quickly realized that not only the space required wasn’t enough but I’d need more to do what I needed. I ended up getting 3 SanDisk 32GB Ultra USB 3.0 Flash Drives from Amazon for $16.96.
The biggest help with the Live USB install is using balenaEtcher to get the 2.1GB ISO to an 32GB USB stick. Once that’s done we can boot directly to the Live OS and start our installs.
I did have some derps with balenaEtcher failing to burn the ISO due to a failure of diskpart not returning a positive result to the clean operation. To resolve this I had to use PowerISO to clean the USB volume before windows would properly do it’s clean operation. Minor note to PowerISO is that it contains bloatware during the install and a wrongly-clicked click can give you headaches.
- Booted up Rocky 8.7 Workstation Live Workstation from a USB to install Rocky 8.7 Workstation on a separate USB stick.
- Root with password, user with password
- rebooted into USB bootable
Now onto the necessities to get to our final goalRead More
Mary J. Heick, 92, of Liverpool passed away on Sunday, March 5, 2023. Mary, the daughter of the late Ludwig and Elizabeth Harter, was born in Cleveland, Ohio on September 8, 1930. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband, Joseph T. Heick who died in 2004. Mrs. Heick retired from New York Telephone Company in Syracuse, New York following more than 20 years of service as a Billing Clerk.
She will be dearly missed and always remembered by her surviving family, a sister, Lillian Tokarz; sons, Tom, Bill (Brenda), James (Margie), Jerry (Michele) and John (Rosemarie) Heick; 16 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00am on Thursday, March 9, 2023 in St. Margaret’s Church, 200 Roxboro Road, Mattydale, New York. Entombment will be in Assumption Cemetery, Syracuse, New York. There will be no calling hours.
Sourced from https://www.traubfuneralhome.com/obituary/Mary-Heick
Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt. It is a cardinal principle of our system of justice that every person accused of a crime is presumed to be innocent unless and until his or her guilt is established beyond a reasonable doubt. The presumption is not a mere formality. It is a matter of the most important substance.https://www.mad.uscourts.gov/resources/pattern2003/html/patt4cfo.htm
I’m sure a huge majority of American Citizens failed courses such as Civics or Government & Economics, or whatever flavor of “this is how elected positions connect together” since this basic tenant of their Human Rights are constantly misunderstood.
I’ve watched many YouTube videos about people being questioned by the Police department. I’ve seen them fall and repent under the constant pressure of basic officers upwards to grizzled detectives.
AttorneyTom did a reaction video called “Knowing Your Rights Can Change EVERYTHING”, where he does his best to not too worked up in defense of the person but he makes this specific point every time regarding interacting with the police:
These tests are not in your best interest. Field sobriety test is easy to fail if your sober. And guess what? If you pass them it doesn’t help you. It does not help your case. It can only hurt you. Remember, it’s the governments burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt you are guilty of the crime they are alleging. You don’t prove your innocence. They have to prove you’re guilty. There is a difference.AttorneyTom, Knowing Your Rights Can Change EVERYTHING, 6:10