Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Members' Lounge (General Discussion) › 「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge - Page 3554

post #53296 of 134671
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

It was so fricking annoying...seriously!

 

Yeah I know

 

It happens on some and others.

 

and then it asks for admin rights and then it may not even start anymore as it gets blocked. 

 

FML.

 

I may as well just instal chrome portable on my drive like I did last year.

Portable versions usually don't need admin permission. If anything, we can get admin permission (and get hunted down) using a simple batch file hack you can google. All you need is access to Notepad.exe.

 

I would use LogMeIn Hamachi but they don't have a portable version. Same with OpenVPN.

post #53297 of 134671
Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

Which one looks the best for my PH engraving?

 

I'm leaning toward 3 or 4...

 

So I've been sitting here trying to play 'spot the difference!', unsuccessfully.

 

They all look the same to me. tongue.gif

post #53298 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

Portable versions usually don't need admin permission. If anything, we can get admin permission (and get hunted down) using a simple batch file hack you can google. All you need is access to Notepad.exe.

 

I would use LogMeIn Hamachi but they don't have a portable version. Same with OpenVPN.

You can't download and instal it sadly

 

For chrome that is.

 

You can do it for Firefox and Opera.

 

chrome portable installer still needs to connect to internet. 

 

Opera and Firefox ones don't.

 

So I had opera installed on my drive. And Chrome on my flash drive.

 

I mainly used my flash drive in web design to check out web pages. And opera after that.

post #53299 of 134671
Thread Starter 

Okay, moved all of my programs from this plastic 2GB flash drive with this blaring red LED indicator to a 1GB drive with a small, unnoticeable blue indicator. Should be better now...

post #53300 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

Okay, moved all of my programs from this plastic 2GB flash drive with this blaring red LED indicator to a 1GB drive with a small, unnoticeable blue indicator. Should be better now...

hope you dont lose it.

 

and really. Moving it onto your shared drive is fine.

 

It is stored on the server but they never check.

 

I had opera portable and vlc portable inmine for a year.

post #53301 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

So I've been sitting here trying to play 'spot the difference!', unsuccessfully.

 

They all look the same to me. tongue.gif

The mouths...

I think I came up with a happy medium between 3 and 4 as well.

post #53302 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by deadlylover View Post

 

So I've been sitting here trying to play 'spot the difference!', unsuccessfully.

 

They all look the same to me. tongue.gif

It's the mouth area. I like 2 or 4. Leaning towards 4. 

post #53303 of 134671
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

You can't download and instal it sadly

 

For chrome that is.

 

You can do it for Firefox and Opera.

 

chrome portable installer still needs to connect to internet. 

 

Opera and Firefox ones don't.

 

So I had opera installed on my drive. And Chrome on my flash drive.

 

I mainly used my flash drive in web design to check out web pages. And opera after that.

That's why you install it at home. I have Ultrasurf, Teamviewer, Revo Uninstaller, PeaZip, 7-Zip (just in case PeaZip's UI quirks kick in), and Command Line Portable installed. I tried Command Line Portable and it was blocked at school, so I would have to do the batch file hack and get hunted down. The only student account with administrator access. tongue.gif

post #53304 of 134671
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

hope you dont lose it.

 

and really. Moving it onto your shared drive is fine.

 

It is stored on the server but they never check.

 

I had opera portable and vlc portable inmine for a year.

I won't lose it. People won't know what half of the crap on it is and they don't have my TeamViewer password, only my ID. I should probably rename that file from "TeamViewer" to something else...

 

Edit: done


Edited by HybridCore - 1/31/13 at 6:45pm
post #53305 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

That's why you install it at home. I have Ultrasurf, Teamviewer, Revo Uninstaller, PeaZip, 7-Zip (just in case PeaZip's UI quirks kick in), and Command Line Portable installed. I tried Command Line Portable and it was blocked at school, so I would have to do the batch file hack and get hunted down. The only student account with administrator access. tongue.gif

Everything else BUT chrome worked.

 

No idea why you need 7 zip in school.

 

hunted down like the sheep.

 

 

Most kids are actually much smarter. The famous quote is that you would hire someone lazy to do a hard task so that they find a lazy and easy way to do it.

 

Regular kids do the same thing. They just find out teacher passwords. and BAM.


Edited by bowei006 - 1/31/13 at 6:45pm
post #53306 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

That's why you install it at home. I have Ultrasurf, Teamviewer, Revo Uninstaller, PeaZip, 7-Zip (just in case PeaZip's UI quirks kick in), and Command Line Portable installed. I tried Command Line Portable and it was blocked at school, so I would have to do the batch file hack and get hunted down. The only student account with administrator access. tongue.gif

You guys and your ways of getting past school computer lockouts. Back in my day we just flashed the BIOS to remove the admin password and used a LiveCD.

post #53307 of 134671
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowei006 View Post

Everything else BUT chrome worked.

 

No idea why you need 7 zip in school.

 

hunted down like the sheep.

 

 

Most kids are actually much smarter. The famous quote is that you would hire someone lazy to do a hard task so that they find a lazy and easy way to do it.

 

Regular kids do the same thing. They just find out teacher passwords. and BAM.

7-zip because I downloaded a zip file once and Windows XP doesn't have a built in file manager that can decompress stuff. They also got rid of right click on the VMWare computers, well, on every computer.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

You guys and your ways of getting past school computer lockouts. Back in my day we just flashed the BIOS to remove the admin password and used a LiveCD.

So you're telling me to load a Linux LiveCD onto a 1GB or 2GB flash drive? You're insane.

 

And they would obviously notice you whipping out a huge disc and having Ubuntu plastered all over  your screen, or whatever distro you decide to use that has LiveCD support.

post #53308 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

You guys and your ways of getting past school computer lockouts. Back in my day we just flashed the BIOS to remove the admin password and used a LiveCD.

You can do that easily

 

 

there is just not enough time and its easy to get caught

 

There is no bios password

 

I changed the entire time and crap on my schools p.c for kicks and giggles.

 

It was easy to do everything and anything else.

 

Only thing is, the students all gather and make a big deal of it and thus it gets noted. And you get a teacher detention.

post #53309 of 134671
Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

It's the mouth area. I like 2 or 4. Leaning towards 4. 

 

Ah.

 

4 is good, it gives the picture just the right amount of depth, 3 is too flat.

post #53310 of 134671
Quote:
Originally Posted by HybridCore View Post

7-zip because I downloaded a zip file once and Windows XP doesn't have a built in file manager that can decompress stuff. They also got rid of right click on the VMWare computers, well, on every computer.

So you're telling me to load a Linux LiveCD onto a 1GB or 2GB flash drive? You're insane.

 

And they would obviously notice you whipping out a huge disc and having Ubuntu plastered all over  your screen, or whatever distro you decide to use that has LiveCD support.

For what?

 

It does .rar.'s. I'm pretty sure it did zip. 

 

I think he means to bring in the disk like a bauwss.

 

Yeah that's the problem. 

New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
Head-Fi.org › Forums › Misc.-Category Forums › Members' Lounge (General Discussion) › 「Official」Asian Anime, Manga, and Music Lounge