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Last active Feb 18, 2020
Installing CoreOS on VirtualBox
  • Download and install VirtualBox.
  • Download the CoreOS ISO
  • Create a new VM in VirtualBox
    • For the OS, Other Linux, 64-bit should be fine
    • Give the VM 1gb of memory, like your physical hardware has.
    • Create a disk of whatever size you want. I made a VMDK file that could expand dynamically up to 8gb.
  • Mount the ISO in the VM
    • Right click on the VM and click settings
    • Go to the storage tab
noonat / cube.mtl
Created Aug 8, 2011
Cube OBJ and MTL file
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newmtl cube
Ns 10.0000
Ni 1.5000
d 1.0000
Tr 0.0000
Tf 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000
illum 2
Ka 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
Kd 0.5880 0.5880 0.5880
Ks 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
View sha1.js
window.sha1 = (function() {
* A JavaScript implementation of the Secure Hash Algorithm, SHA-1, as defined
* in FIPS 180-1
* Version 2.2 Copyright Paul Johnston 2000 - 2009.
* Other contributors: Greg Holt, Andrew Kepert, Ydnar, Lostinet
* Distributed under the BSD License
* See for details.
noonat / gist:1649543
Created Jan 20, 2012
Rake Quick Reference
View gist:1649543
# Rake Quick Reference
# by Greg Houston
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Running Rake
# -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
# running rake from the command-line:
# rake --help
noonat / webrtc-data-channels.js
Last active Jun 17, 2019
WebRTC Data Channels
View webrtc-data-channels.js
// This is a bare bones example of creating a data channel between two WebRTC
// peers. Let's imagine two peers trying to connect to each other. We'll call
// one the "offer peer", and the other the "answer peer". The offer peer will
// be the one initiating a connection, and the answer peer will be the one
// responding to it.
// The two peers must use a separate connection to negotiate their connection.
// A websocket connection to a shared server is often used for this negotiation.
// They will exchange offers and answers using the websocket. Each peer will
// also attempt to discover more details about themselves (ICE), such as their
"""This is an example of cooperating between a gevent hub and normal threads."""
import gevent
import socket as _socket
from gevent import hub, socket, _threading
conns = _threading.Queue()
noonat /
Created Feb 10, 2011
Extract potential SWF files from projector binaries
import os.path
import struct
import sys
import traceback
import zlib
if len(sys.argv) < 2:
print >> sys.stderr, "usage: %s <filename>" % sys.argv[0]
filename = sys.argv[1]
noonat / extract_pak.c
Created Aug 5, 2011
Extract files from a Quake PAK
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// Extract a PAK file (from Quake 1 and 2)
#include <errno.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
typedef struct {
char id[4];

Keybase proof

I hereby claim:

To claim this, I am signing this object:

noonat /
Created Feb 23, 2017
Spawn a thread and make the greenlet wait for it to exit.
from __future__ import print_function
import time
import gevent
from gevent import hub, _threading
def ticker():
while True:
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