Considering current P2SH (multisiginature) implementation in bitcoin-core [bitcoin.org] ,for any set of 3 public keys we have six possible 2 out of 3 multisig addresses. The order of the keys in the set has direct effect on address generation and even signing one multisignature transaction. let me show you what I mean: let’s say we have these 3 addresses
Log-like errors and solutions while starting a project in Django with Mysql Database: Downloading Mysql for mac from: http://cdn.mysql.com/Downloads/MySQL-5.6/mysql-5.6.14-osx10.7-x86_64.dmg Install mysql-5.6.14-osx10.7-x86_64.pkg and the .prefs file for system preference control Installing django : sudo pip install django Installing MySQL-python : sudo pip install MySQL-Python ERROR: /private/tmp/pip-build-root/MySQL-python/distribute-0.6.28-py2.7.egg sh: mysql_config: command not found Traceback (most recent call last): File
It’s been a while that I’ve used BT5, for various reasons I was integrating everything in the Mac OS X. but eventually I got to this conclusion that it’s better to have the good old hacking package in the virtual machine than to screw up all the normal work with the hacking stuff… not SAFE.
I had an old 3.5″ internal hard that I brought with me to Montreal 2 years ago. The data in the hard was for my PC back in Iran that had everything I had since 2000ish all in folders so messed up it took me awhile to see who I was and what happened that
Just a usefull query to add wordpress admin user via sql access (phpmyadmin, php shell or anything 3117 😉 ) adding the user to the database: insert into `wp_users` values (USER_ID,’USERNAME’,’PASSWORD’,’NICKNAME’,’EMAIL’,’WEBSITE’,’TIME’,’ACTIVATIONKEY’,0,’DISPLAYNAME’); e.g: insert into `wp_users` values (2,’admin1′,’password’,’admin1′,’firstname.lastname@example.org’,’google.com’,’2012-07-22 09:18:41′,’1234qwer’,0,’admin1′); adding the required permissions as an Admin to the user INSERT INTO `wp_usermeta` VALUES (ID, USERID, ‘wp_capabilities’,