- VPI: 0
- VCI: 35
- DSL Modulation: ADSL2
- Connection method: Login, PPPoE
- DSL Duplexing Method: LLC-BASED
- Login name and password are my AT&T/Yahoo credentials
- Connect Behavior: Keep Alive (Reconnect immediately)
- IP Address: Automatic
- DNS: Automatic
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Friday, June 05, 2009
I've contemplated doing this for a while, and after a conversation at work this past week, I've decided to actually implement it.
Presenting, a GIGO (Garbage In, Garbage Out) Buffer. Implemented in Python, and won't work on Windows (because really, that whole OS is basically a giant GIGO buffer).
Implementation of a Garbage In, Garbage Out buffer.
def push(self, element):
Push data into the buffer.
@param element: Data to add to the buffer.
def pop(self, len):
Pop data from the buffer.
@param len: Number of bytes of data to pop from the buffer.
@returns len bytes of data from the buffer.
data = open('/dev/urandom', 'r')
rval = data.read(len)