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stecman / Readme.md
Last active July 16, 2024 09:30
Steam auto trader

Maximum Hax

Automates the UI actions (clicks, typing) to sell Steam trading cards from the Steam web interface. To use this:

  1. Log into your Steam account in Chrome
  2. Go to [Username] -> Inventory
  3. Open the Javascript console (View -> Developer -> Javascript Console)
  4. Paste in the entire script below and press enter
  5. To start selling all trading cards in your inventory, type doHax() in the console and press enter
  6. ...
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stecman / _readme.md
Last active July 4, 2024 12:24
Brother P-Touch PT-P300BT bluetooth driver python

Controlling the Brother P-Touch Cube label maker from a computer

The Brother PTP300BT label maker is intended to be controlled using the official Brother P-Touch Design & Print iOS/Android app. The app has arbitrary limits on what you can print (1 text object and up to 3 preset icons), so I thought it would be a fun challenge to reverse engineer the protocol to print whatever I wanted.

Python code at the bottom if you want to skip the fine details.

Process

Intitially I had a quick peek at the Android APK to see if there was any useful information inside. The code that handles the communication with the printer in Print&Design turned out to be a native library, but the app clearly prepares a bitmap image and passes it to this native library for printing. Bitmaps are definitely something we can work with.

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stecman / dump-pyc-with-gdb.md
Last active July 1, 2024 16:56
Dumping all bytecode from a packaged Python application

This is a technique for extracting all imported modules from a packaged Python application as .pyc files, then decompiling them. The target program needs to be run from scratch, but no debugging symbols are necessary (assuming an unmodified build of Python is being used).

This was originally performed on 64-bit Linux with a Python 3.6 target. The Python scripts have since been updated to handle pyc files for Python 2.7 - 3.9.

Theory

In Python we can leverage the fact that any module import involving a .py* file will eventually arrive as ready-to-execute Python code object at this function:

PyObject* PyEval_EvalCode(PyObject *co, PyObject *globals, PyObject *locals);
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stecman / Makefile
Last active June 27, 2024 20:48
DS18B20 1-Wire implementation for Atmel AVR
DEVICE = atmega328p
CLOCK = 16000000
PROGRAMMER = -c arduino -P /dev/ttyUSB0 -b57600
AVRDUDE = avrdude $(PROGRAMMER) -p $(DEVICE)
SOURCES = $(shell find . -name '*.c')
OBJECTS = $(SOURCES:.c=.o)
# Automatic dependency resolution
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stecman / GDEPaper.h
Last active June 5, 2024 15:18
Good Display epaper/eink screen testing code - image data from computer over USART
#pragma once
// AVR
extern "C" {
#include <avr/io.h>
}
#define GD_PSR 0x00 // Panel settings
#define GD_PWR 0x01 // Power setting
#define GD_BTST 0x06 // Booster soft start
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stecman / README.md
Last active May 12, 2024 08:09
Pushover notification CLI script

Send Pushover notifications from the command line

Notify is a utility for sending push notifications via Pushover from the command line. It can be run manually, but is most useful for sending notifications from shell scripts, cron jobs, and long running tasks.

Pushover screenshot

Installation

To install, copy the contents of notify.php to somewhere on your computer, and make it executable:

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stecman / AVR_README.md
Last active April 21, 2024 10:03
Detect audio signal with an AVR attiny13a and emulate a MS-6147-RC 443 MHz remote to turn speaker power on

Automatic speaker power control from multiple audio sources

Switches mains power on for speakers while an audio signal is detected, and times out after a period of silence. Uses the AVR ATTiny13a and a couple of op-amps.

Mains switching is achieved by emulating a MS-6147-RC 433.92 MHz remote control with firmware and a simple simple on-off-keying (OOK) transmit module.

This solves two problems for me:

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stecman / NewKittyWindow.scpt
Last active April 19, 2024 23:00
New Kitty terminal window global hotkey on Mac OSX
# Open a new kitty terminal window on MacOS
#
# 1. Copy this script into AppleScript Editor and save it somewhere
# 2. Use something like Apptivate to run the script on a global hotkey:
# http://www.apptivateapp.com/
#
# Note this script doesn't work well as a Service through Automator as the
# "click menu" functionality requires accessibility privileges granted.
# Services run as the focused app, so that setup would require every context
# the shortcut is run from to have accessibility granted.
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stecman / write-to-tape.md
Last active March 19, 2024 14:08
Buffered write to LTO tape on linux

Writing to LTO tape with a text index and a memory buffer

This script is for writing to LTO tape on Linux with tar and producing a plain text index file. It uses a large memory buffer to keep the destination tape drive fed when the source drive can't consistently match the tape's write speed (eg. when there are a mix of small and large files).

This was written for a small, manually managed tape collection. It writes tape index information and tar listings as text to a file. This file can be stored separately, searched easily, and appended to the end of the tape if you want your tapes to be self-describing:

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stecman / AutoCrop.lua
Last active March 14, 2024 15:56
Lightroom plugin to calculate image crops using OpenCV
-- LR imports
local LrApplication = import("LrApplication")
local LrApplicationView = import("LrApplicationView")
local LrBinding = import("LrBinding")
local LrDevelopController = import("LrDevelopController")
local LrDialogs = import("LrDialogs")
local LrExportSession = import("LrExportSession")
local LrFileUtils = import("LrFileUtils")
local LrFunctionContext = import("LrFunctionContext")
local LrLogger = import("LrLogger")