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CP/M is logically divided into several distinct parts:

BIOS (Basic I/O System), hardware-dependent
BDOS (Basic Disk Operating System)
CCP (Console Command Processor)
TPA (Transient Program Area)

SYSTEM FORMAT
9 sectors per track numbered #41 to #49.
2 reserved tracks.
The system format is the main format supported, since CP/M can only be loaded (cold
and warm boot) from a system format disc. The reserved tracks are used as follows:
Track 0 sector #41: boot sector.
Track 0 sector #42: configuration sector.
Track 0 sectors #43.. #47 unused.
Track 0 sectors #48.. #49 and track 1 sectors #41.. #49: CCP and BDOS.
Note: 'VENDOR' format is a special version of system format which does not contain
any software on the two reserved tracks. It is intended for use in software distribution.

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Quick Shot 9 PIN joystick
Joystick GunShot GS-128D - autofire
Joystick GunShot GS-123D
Cheetah 125+ Joystick
QuickShot I
QuickShot II

Spectravideo 318-102
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The Atmel® AT27C256R is a low-power, high-performance, 262,144-bit, one-time programmable,
read-only memory (OTP EPROM) organized as 32K by 8 bits. It requires only
one 5V power supply in normal read mode operation. Any byte can be accessed in less than
45ns, eliminating the need for speed reducing WAIT states on high-performance microprocessor
systems.

DIP28

27c256-120T, existuje ešte lepšie riešenie - použiť čip W27c256 od Winbond, jedná sa vlastne o EEPROM určený práve k náhrade EPROM

I have taken a look at the 27cxx (UV EPROM) chips datasheets and compared to the 28cxx (EEPROM) and 29cxx (flash) ones.

what is a replacement for 27C256 Eprom
28c256 it works but too slow when programming. 29f256 should work fine

27C256 =  3 EUR EPROM  -  70 ns
28C256 = 11 EUR EEPROM - 150 ns
29C256 =        FLASH  -  90 ns no DIP
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netsh wlan show profiles
netsh wlan show profile name="ProfileName" key=clear

netsh wlan export profile folder=. key=clear
netsh wlan export profile key=clear

@echo off
for /f "tokens=4 delims=: " %%A in ('netsh wlan show profiles') do (
   for /f "tokens=2,* delims=: " %%B in ('netsh wlan show profiles "%%A" key^=clear ^| find /i "Key Content" ') do set "pw=%%C"
)
echo "%pw%"
pause

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http://support.amd.com/en-us/kb-articles/Pages/AMDGPU-PRO-Install.aspx

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Since Notepad++ Version 6 you can use this regex in the search and replace dialogue:

^(.*?)$\s+?^(?=.*^\1$)
and replace with nothing. This leaves from all duplicate rows the last occurrence in the file.

No sorting is needed for that and the duplicate rows can be anywhere in the file!

You need to check the options "Regular expression" and ". matches newline":

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sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup

http://www.raspberrypi-spy.co.uk/2015/06/basic-temperature-logging-to-the-internet-with-raspberry-pi/

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#channel hopping by htons139
clear
for ((  i = 1 ;  i <= 11;  i++  )) # channels range
do
iwconfig eth1 channel $i
tput cup 0 40          # row 0 and column 40 is used to show channel
echo -n "channel set to" $i " "      # put channel on screen
sleep 0.1 # stay on the channel for 1/10 seconds just like kismet
if [ $i -eq 11 ]
then
i=1
fi
done

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wget http://linux.gungoos.com/mdk3-v6.tar.gz
tar xvzf mdk3-v6.tar.gz
cd mdk3-v6

Now get patch and patch Makefile:

sudo apt-get install patch
wget http://linux.gungoos.com/mdk3-v6.patch
patch Makefile < mdk3-v6.patch
rm mdk3-v6.patch

Now install mdk3:

sudo make 
sudo make install

netsh wlan show profile name="ADB-C96653" key=clear