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vTunnel can be used to add bridging over the internet to any existing OpenOS software that uses linked cards. Despite originally being written for Minitel, vTunnel implements a fully-functional linked card emulator and a server that will run under most unix-likes (OpenBSD is currently somewhat flaky, Linux is recommended). You can peruse the page on Github, for documentation and protocol information. Install it with oppm: oppm install vtunnel Additionally, you can read the documentation in-game with man vtunnel
Hello. I have recently decided to create an exploration drone which will scan the world using geolyzer and transfer data to the server via linked card (400 blocks range is not enough far for me). However, I have faced a major problem - linked card requires tier 3 slot. I was surprised even more when I have figured out that internet card, which is more powerful for my opinion, requires tier 2 slot. And now I am really confused: Is there at least any job in which drones are better than robots? Sorry for my English.
This is the project I was working on 2 months ago or so. I couldn't find a real shell client for OC, so I had to create one by myself. That's how NGSH was born. Contributions and pull requests are welcome There are two versions: The first one uses the Python pyte library for terminal emulation, but it is very slow (it redraws everything) and has no colour support. The second one (I called it PTY) takes advantage of OpenOS's VT100 library, which is fast and has colour, but very broken and inaccurate due to missing checks and/or escape sequences. I may get back to serverside emulation at some point, because OC isn't fast enough for VT100 emulation. For instructions see my GitLab repository (make sure to download the PTY version) Before you run the client, make sure to install my improved terminal libraries for proper emulation of \r, \b, and inverse video, like so: pastebin run rs0QiTHp Screenshots:
Hello everybody, I'm trying to connect my OC's computer to my tcp server with the first example here http://ocdoc.cil.li/api:internet local internet = require("internet") local handle = internet.open("example.com", 1337) local data = handle:read(10)------------------------- I REMOVED THIS LINE handle:write("1234") handle:close() , but my server don't receive the message. I tested with a "real" socket client, and my server is working well. Is the code shown in link is outdated or i'm missing something ? OC version: 22.214.171.1247-universal MC version: 1.7.10 Thanks in advance for help
Good day! Help if possible with implementation. Everyone knows that the shell is a shell, but here in the OC, it is not made because the UNIX system. I like about the execution of several commands in a single request. Show all clearly what is not there: /# echo 'I am the root' && cd bin/ && echo 'This file is created in the directory /bin' >> test.lua or /# echo 'I am the root' || cd bin/ || echo 'This file is created in the directory /bin' >> test.lua Why not add these in the OC must be important operators. For example right now I need to make a web harness, which first sends a request to the site, and the results are displayed in shell.execute(). It is a pity that only supports input execute a single command. It is possible to implement something like that or not?