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Last year we wrote about building HID Proxcard RFID tags with attiny85 microcontrollers (based on Micah’s avrfid.s code). The C version only supported classic 26-bit cards, but I recently needed to support the “secure” HID Corporate 1000 35-bit format. Based on Daniel Smith’s writeup on the format and some digging around, I figured out that the MFG_CODE for this format is 10-bits long with the value 0x005. He also pointed out that the 26-bit firmware had the wrong code — it is not the 20-bit code 0x01002, but is instead the 19-bit code 0x0801 and the bottom bit is part of the parity computation for the card id.
NOV 04 Update: demo app now available there . Sexy charts BDD style presentation at the SDRuby group to be posted soon on video podcast Last time , in our series, we saw how to add quickly and simply add Ajax pagination . Rails on the Run - Sexy charts in less than 5 minutes
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duck_punching » Passenger (mod_rails) for development. Now with Dev mojo After reading the great posts by Geoffrey “PeepCode” Grosenbach and Manfred Stienstra about using Phusion Passenger for development I had to give it a try. My doctor she’d never heard of mod_rails but gave me antibiotics for it just in case. After little bit of setup I can say I am much happier with this dev rig than the old ‘script/server’ style. Just open a browser and the app is just waiting to serve you. Nice and agile or something.
Articles: Ubuntu Gutsy - Nginx config layout Assuming you have followed this article and have installed Nginx via the Aptitude package manager, we can now have a look at what the install, um, installed. If you have used Apache with a debian based layout, you will note some very nice similarities and consistencies. Looksee Let's start by moving to the Nginx directory and listing what is there. cd /etc/nginx ls
Revised 16Nov2007 This page describes a method for installing RMagick, ImageMagick, and the delegate libraries used by ImageMagick. I developed this procedure using a clean install of OS X 10.5 (Leopard) on a PowerPC PowerBook G4, but the procedure should be the same for Tiger and Intel Macs. Installing RMagick on OS X using MacPorts
A tutorial Introduction RVG (Ruby Vector Graphics) is a facade for RMagick's Draw class that supplies a drawing API based on the Scalable Vector Graphics W3C recommendation. RVG is a scalable vector drawing library. Scalable means that drawings are not fixed to a single size in pixels. The same drawing can be rendered for a screen display or for printing. RMagick 2.0.0: RVG Tutorial
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