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 on: July 05, 2021, 04:17:42 16:17 
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 on: July 05, 2021, 09:44:23 09:44 
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NoteEmbedded Dessign Engineer

 on: July 05, 2021, 08:56:32 08:56 
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 on: July 05, 2021, 07:55:41 07:55 
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NoteI am an Electrical Engineer. I have worked on RTOS, ARM based projects. I am here to learn and share my knowledge related to assembly, embedded C, and ARM architecture.
I found this site interesting, and have bundle of recourses related to my job. Thanks
It is my job as Embedded Lab Engineer

 on: July 01, 2021, 04:29:24 16:29 
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NoteI'm a young electrical and software engineer with PIC, AVR, STM32, FPGA and some others "exotics" techs.
I'd like to join you to share and learn more about all pratices and techniques.
It's a hobby to create, make, understanding all of the aspects of the micro-elec.
I didn't know about this forum until I stumbled upon it while looking for documentation on PIC, but I would love to join your community.

 on: July 01, 2021, 09:35:40 09:35 
Started by nullos - Last post by titi
Here is all the docs about CCS

Best regards.

 on: July 01, 2021, 04:33:11 04:33 
Started by nullos - Last post by CHJAY
CCS Newsletter June/2021

 (previous one,  Aug/2020)

 on: June 30, 2021, 03:19:59 15:19 
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SolidWorks 2021 SP4.1 Full Premium Multilanguage x64

Year / Date of Release : 2021
Version : 2021 SP 4.1
Developer : DS SW Corporation
Developer site :

Bit depth : 64bit
Interface language : Multilingual
crack : Present
System requirements : Windows 10 x64 only

torrent 15.54GB

 on: June 29, 2021, 09:34:37 21:34 
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I used an old asus laptop, tda7377 2.1 sound system for Color Music sticker

There is a CNC drawing for the left right panel.

my arcade cabinet video (short)

construction stages (detailed long)

 on: June 27, 2021, 06:14:31 18:14 
Started by Sideshow Bob - Last post by token0
My setup is not a particular case panacea, but I hope it would be helpful. I tried to make it more secure and enjoyable:

Gateway/router host running wireguard connection to remote VPS in another country and tor daemon and ipv6 connection is from remote broker, it runs:

- separate dnscrypt instance for resolving ipset lists via non-filtering DNS servers

- routing and iptables rules are applied for these connections, but these are not default routes, but with fwmarks for specified rulesets (ipset hash tables)

- there are few daemons running that are monitoring separate lists of hosts/networks that need to be blocked (for example, separate script for auto updating list of microsoft telemerty hosts) or whitelisted, routed through VPS or onion, also if some list are modified, that list is parsed immediately to find hostnames, which are then resolved (via non-filtering DNS server) in ip addresses, and when complete cache creation is finished, that caches are feeded to ipset as lists (of both hosts and networks in CIDR notation). * It is very convenient to override whole network blocks, which could be found by AS in whois.

- and rule to forward all DNS traffic to my DNS server for "dumb clients" such as android devices, which are not obeying to use my DNS server as default.

Main DNS server is running on separate SBC with 2 GB of RAM and pretty fast flash drive, it runs:

- dnscrypt resolver A for clearnet is set to non-filtering non-logging servers

- dnscrypt resolver B for specific TLDs from OpenNIC

- namecoin daemon with nmcdns proxy to resolve .bit TLDs (also with kick-balls Grin script, which tries to resolve some .bit domain each few minutes, and if it is not resolving, that means blockchain height is stuck, it invalidates last block and tries to redownload valid one)

- emercoin daemon to resolve [.lib, .coin, .bazar, etc...] TLDs

- Pi-hole on standard DNS port 53 is processing all queries from my network, it is very efficient in caching and filtering. It also collects statistics. FTLDNS service is dnsmasq fork, but faster than original. It takes the same config files as the dnsmasq. Then it forwards all queries to dnscrypt or *coin resolvers accordingly to their TLD. Also it forwards .onion queries to my main router, where tor daemon is running (you really can't resolve .onion on one tor instance and forward it to another it wouldn't work that way, so there is only one instance).

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