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About Hazy125

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  • Birthday Mar 23, 1996

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    Can't remember... Probably Hazy125
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    Seriously, there's a trend. 3 guesses...
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  • Location
    Not in Thailand, just saying
  • Gender
  • Interests
    ......Computers..... Why else would I be here
  • Occupation
    I'm a fucking tradie


  • CPU
    Intel® core i7 3770K @5.1GHz
  • Motherboard
    Gigabyte G1 Sniper 3
  • RAM
    32GB G.Skill Ripjaws Z
  • GPU
    EVGA 980 Ti SC
  • Case
    NZXT Switch 810
  • Storage
    5TB worth of Seagate Barracuda + 250GB Evo
  • PSU
    1200w Beast from Cougar
  • Display(s)
    HPL1706, Acer V193HQ and BenQ GL2450HM
  • Cooling
    Custom loop, mostly Alphacool
  • Keyboard
    Ducky Zero with Browns
  • Mouse
    Thermaltake Black element
  • Sound
    Sound blaster Z + M50's
  • Operating System
    Win8, because I want Metro to have my babies... *Modern UI

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  1. The easiest way is to just put the file in a zip file and link to the zip the same way you would link to anything(<a href="file.zip">Text</a>). Zip files are automatically downloaded. You could also use some simple PHP code to force downloading of other file types outside of zip if you would prefer
  2. Can't you control everyting from localhost/xampp....? Or am I missing everything entirely
  3. I'm no good with Python really, but a fresh set of eye's can't hurt if you don't mind posting your python?
  4. Wow you are one of the last people I expected to ask for help, assuming you've done the typical and made sure your SQL perms are correct which would typically be the problem for a conenction refused, what OS are you using? RHEL or it's derivatives like CentOS generally run python scripts on 2.7 rather then 3 which is likely what you used...
  5. im surprised you got your i5 beyond 5GHz what cooler you use

    1. Hazy125


      Wow. That brings me back to like 3 years ago when I got that every time I mentioned it on the forum. Now have a 6800k. But the delidded 3770k was stable 5.1 with just a 212 evo. Even when I upgraded to a custom loop it didn't really like going past 5.1/ I got it stable at 5.3, but it was using too much voltage, so I never used that OC

    2. Evolution.


      Thats pretty fkin sick

  6. ur not clickbait. Also what the hell, hot pockets don't ship to Australia. I was all excited and everything for hot pockets
  7. Give all the table cells a class. Add an event listener for that class for click. In the event listener check if keycode 17 is being pressed for control click
  8. Well, your server is probably already set up so that PHP and apache are basically already running as root. So you could just run exec('YourCommand'); and that would work perfectly fine. Pros; -Easy AF -Extends PHP functionality beyond standard web use Cons; -Disabled in safe mode -Someone who finds a security flaw in your PHP script may be able to completely destroy your server So yeah, possible, but you have to be pretty damn sure your exec stuff is well protected
  9. So, your include is actually something more like /var/www/html/sandbox5678/StreamIt/var/www/html/sandbox5678/StreamIt/root/vendor/autoload.php if that makes sense. When you include in PHP, it's a relative path, relative to where the PHP file you're including to is located. So if your file is in the streamit directory and you want to include autoload.php you would use include('root/vendor/autoload.php');
  10. It's probably a body padding/margin issue. Hard to tell without your HTML as well. Just add html, body{ margin: 0; padding: 0; } And see if that fixes it for you
  11. Thank you for adding a TL;DR at the end. What a wall of text
  12. The api was developed because it was significantly less strain on the LTT servers
  13. Just know that there have been 2 other real attempts at making an unofficial app, and 1 semi-official attempt from a free third party. None of which have come to fruition. But there is no code of conducty legal stuff stopping you from trying. Oh Edit: There is no page or thread API, but you can access an RSS feed and there is an API for user notifications and the like at https://linustechtips.com/main/page/api.php
  14. prepare > bind > execute > bind_result > fetch