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5 October 2022

     07:51  OpenWRT diffhist +419 Leo talk contribs Tag: Visual edit
     07:49  Wyze Cam diffhist +532 Leo talk contribs →‎wz_mini_hacks Tag: Visual edit
     04:53  Cron diffhist +1,345 Leo talk contribs Tag: Visual edit
     00:25  Number of Files Opened‎‎ 2 changes history +1,976 [Leo‎ (2×)]
     
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4 October 2022

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2 October 2022

     20:42  Wyze Cam diffhist +484 Leo talk contribs →‎wz_mini_hacks Tag: Visual edit
     20:06  Badblocks diffhist +713 Leo talk contribs Tag: Visual edit
N    17:28  Dumping process memory‎‎ 4 changes history +1,263 [Leo‎ (4×)]
     
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17:21 (cur | prev) +12 Leo talk contribs →‎Dumping process memory using Bash
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17:21 (cur | prev) +1,006 Leo talk contribs Created page with "Every Linux process has a pseudo <code>mem</code> device which can be used to read the process's memory pages. This mem file is found under <code>/proc/$pid/mem</code>. In order to properly use this file, you have to read the readable sections as outlined by its corresponding <code>maps</code> file. Simply <code>dd if=/proc/$pid/mem</code> would not work as you will end up reading invalid or non-readable pages, resulting in a <code>Input/output error</code>. Instead, y..." Tag: Visual edit

1 October 2022

N    21:17  JFFS2 diffhist +996 Leo talk contribs Created page with "Journaling Flash File System version 2 is a filesystem used with flash memory devices. This is usually found within firmware files and can be detected by binwalk. == Extracting JFFS2 data == Most major distros should support JFFS2 already. You may however still need to install the MTD utilities. {{Highlight | code = # yum -y install mtd-utils | lang = terminal }} The simplest way to extract contents from a JFFS2 filesystem is to create a virtual flash device and the..." Tag: Visual edit

30 September 2022

     05:41  Wyze Cam‎‎ 2 changes history +1,263 [Leo‎ (2×)]
     
05:41 (cur | prev) +413 Leo talk contribs Tag: Visual edit
     
05:33 (cur | prev) +850 Leo talk contribs →‎Fixing the WiFi dropouts in iCamera Tag: Visual edit
     05:34  (Upload log) [Leo‎ (3×)]
     
05:34 Leo talk contribs uploaded File:WyzeCam v2 and v3.jpg
     
04:43 Leo talk contribs uploaded File:Linksys E8450 Flash Firmware.png
     
04:42 Leo talk contribs uploaded File:Linksys E8450 Wizard.png
     05:28  Linksys E8450‎‎ 6 changes history +3,830 [Leo‎ (6×)]
     
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05:22 (cur | prev) +312 Leo talk contribs →‎Backup flash data Tag: Visual edit
     
05:20 (cur | prev) +1,337 Leo talk contribs Tag: Visual edit
     
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04:33 (cur | prev) +485 Leo talk contribs →‎OpenWRT Tag: Visual edit
     
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29 September 2022

     17:46  InfluxDB‎‎ 2 changes history +1,135 [Leo‎ (2×)]
     
17:46 (cur | prev) +207 Leo talk contribs →‎Cheat sheet Tag: Visual edit
     
17:37 (cur | prev) +928 Leo talk contribs →‎Cheat sheet Tag: Visual edit
     15:58  Wyze Cam diffhist +2,498 Leo talk contribs →‎Wyze Cam v2 Tag: Visual edit

28 September 2022