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BalzGuenat / darcula.sublime-color-scheme
Created Mar 28, 2019
IntelliJ's Darcula color scheme for Sublime Text 3
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{
"name": "Darcula",
"variables":
{
"bg": "#2B2B2B",
},
"globals":
{
"background": "var(bg)",
"foreground": "#A9B7C6",
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Analyze traffic of a remote host with local Wireshark.

ssh user@host sudo tcpdump -U -n -i eth0 not port 22 -w - | wireshark -k -S -i -

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BalzGuenat / terraria_tutorial.md
Last active Dec 2, 2018
Installing and running a Terraria server with tShock on a Raspberry Pi
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Installing and running a Terraria server with tShock on a Raspberry Pi

This was originally posted here on reddit. If you decide to try this, please post a comment either confirming that it works or stating any issues that came up. Thanks to reddit user /u/mat_storm1 for pointing out some typos and thanks to reddit user /u/supercore23 for pointing out potential issues with spaces in the world path.

What is this?

This guide explains how to install and run a Terraria server on your Raspberry Pi. I assume you have already installed Raspbian and have a very basic understanding of the command line. Installation on other Unix-based systems should be very similar. The goal is to reach a setup that only requires you to plug in your Pi to start the server. Connecting to the server should be easily done by using a hostname, not an IP. We should also be able to ssh into the server and do server-admin stuff at any t

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