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Everything posted by jhagrid77

  1. Honestly, I haven't seen too many programs like this for OpenComputers. It seems really cool.The funny part is, for any Linux users your program could also mean Shell Editor (just a fun tip).
  2. Linked cards or Wireless Networking Cards could both work last that I knew. If you used the Wireless, you would have to define a port and from there I'm not too sure, however.
  3. jhagrid77

    Quarry Program

    Essentially yes you are right they just don't mine efficiently. But really as long as I'm getting the ores I'm fine.
  4. jhagrid77

    Quarry Program

    Well, there is Cobwebs, planks/logs, and ores/stone/obsidian so I figured different tools would be needed to mine them all.
  5. jhagrid77

    Quarry Program

    Description: I would like a quarry that can be given variable sizes for: Length, Width, and Height. I would of course like it to return to original position when inventory is full and when it needs to be refueled (unless there is a way for it to burn planks and coal for fuel), and can switch between three tools depending on the block (I want to use this program to mine an area that has cobwebs, stone, obsidian, ores, planks, and logs if that information is needed). Function: To mine in a specified area. Features requested: 1. Variabl
  6. Step 1: Since you already have your hardware this is good. Step 2: Aquire the OpenOS Floppy Disk. Step 3: Put both into either a computer or hook up a Disk Drive up to the side the server is attached to (or add a Disk Driver Server) and insert the floppy into it. Step 4: Start the computer/server and install OpenOS. Step 5: You should have OpenOS installed onto the HDD and can now remove the floppy. I hope this helped you if not please let me know and I will try my best to make it more understandable.
  7. If one would like, the code I have allows for 2 or more keypads to be used, the only difference is that you cannot have the special characters as it will only appear on the first keypad (unless you of course label each and then make the adjustments from there.
  8. The charger must have a redstone signal, I usually put a lever on the charger then switch it when I need to use it.
  9. Thank you PixelPi, I came up with this idea to learn Lua while helping to teach others too.
  10. Hmm, from what my friends are saying is that they do want one. Perhaps it's just they think they'll be made fun of for wanting to learn Lua?
  11. Did you try reinstalling OpenOS beforehand? It's good to update the OS when new releases are out as usually there's something new/needed for programs.
  12. Hello everyone, I want to share with you an idea I thought of and have started acting upon. A Lua Tutorial for OpenComputers, I was wondering two things. Does anyone think this is a good idea? Would anyone be interested in helping me? This is of course an open discussion, so please, feel free to respond.
  13. I'm currently working on translating this Repository from Russian into English, would you like me to send you the link? Also, I translated the Installer if you would like.
  14. Well set up the keypad script for my friend on a server, it's possible to replace the door controller for either a Redstone I/O or Redstone Card. I can post the script here if anyone would like. Also to get back through you need another keypad since the script only supports one with the Custom Numbers and such, you have to make it the original numbers and such.
  15. Sorry to keep bothering you, however, I have two final questions for you and your program. 1. What is the most "optimised" minimal setup this would work on? I'm thinking T2 since it needs a Wireless card, however, I'm not sure. 2. Am I allowed to use this for a kind of "Security Company" on a server I play on? Thank you for responding.
  16. Sorry, it was really late last night when I wrote that. After looking on the Server System's screen, I see the information, however, I don't think I exactly understand it. What is the long string of data for? The UUID of the card? Then what about the numbers following it? Sorry about all the confusion I caused last night, and perhaps just now. Thank you for helping me out however.
  17. Okay, after screwing around with your program, I thought of something. What if there was a log that was kept on the "Door" system, but unlike the output that is shown, it's a file that can be sent over the port other computers so that you (or whoever is Head Chief of Security) can read it on their own time.There should actually be two files in my opinion. One that is all successful attempts and one that is all failed. Both should be the same of course, showing the name of the player, the name of the card, the "password" on the card, and finally if it was locked when written or not. I made a l
  18. Thank you for this wonderful script, I was going to do something like this till I saw it. Got disappointed xD, but when I looked through the code it's amazing. I'd like to recommend something, though. I'd like an area where the owner could change the security code written, maybe others would to?
  19. Very nice server, hardly any evidence of other players. No grief besides creepers. Friendly staff. 9/10, just needs more active players.
  20. Which OC version are you running? One of the earlier dev builds made it so that you had to install the "internet" loot disk to have access to internet commands (pastebin, wget etc...).
  21. Careful, poking the wild Vexatos is dangerous.
  22. Perhaps make a synthetic link from the program to it? You may need to make an autorun.lua file in it and put the code for making the synthetic link in it.
  23. http://ocdoc.cil.li/item:navigation_upgrade
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    What usually happens is every contestant has 1 week from the official start date to make a new program.
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