TL;DR - Add configuration open to make the networks behave more realistically, allowing for network traffic to be sniffed.
There's not much more to be said here. Add the ability, in configuration at least, to make all packets sniffable. So they behave more like real packets, instead of magically reaching only their intended target and nobody else. In your code listening for network events, you'd just need to check if the target address matched your modem's address. Or maybe add this feature by default to the network library, that you can enable or disable. Preferably, this would include all ports, or at least an open to sniff all ports.
It would add some additional challenge for servers, and give the data card more of a use (encryption and decryption). It would also allow for routers to easily sniff traffic, to route it, without it necessarily needing to be the target.
So I'm trying to make a simple p2p(?) chat client and i got a weird bug.
When I'm writing the messages appear below but when i hit backspace while something is typed all messages disappear.
Then next messages are written below the deleted space.
Why is this happening and how can i fix it?
(engrish bad sorry)
I'am having issues to install print3d-examples, I serach for this problem and I see in other forum that only change the config of the timeout form the opencomputers, but I dontknow where I change this, I serch but I dont find anything I need help please
Well, it's only 10 months later than intended, but I finally got around to improving the FRequest daemon. It now uses OpenOS threads, reducing system load, and supports being used as a HTTP(S) proxy.
To enable acting as a proxy:
Update frequestd via oppm: oppm update all
Reboot your server
Change iproxy=false to iproxy=true in /etc/fserv.cfg
Restart FRequestd: rc fserv restart