Posts by Parker Brother
2019-09-19 at 3:30 AM UTC in Tales from the Shithole: Taco Deli
2019-09-18 at 8:44 AM UTC in Tales from the Shithole: Taco DeliI think this world would be a better place if KrƠz was on fire right now.
2019-09-18 at 7:53 AM UTC in Random image thread
2019-07-13 at 6:24 AM UTC in What is your spirit animalJeff Goldblum.
2018-12-19 at 7:49 AM UTC in Infinityshock unbanned on sundayI hope a Belgian cuts off Infinityshock's daughter's hands.
2018-08-04 at 8 AM UTC in I am leavingYou were always one of my favorite posters. Take it easy, brah. I wish you the best in this life and the next.
2018-08-04 at 7:52 AM UTC in Lanny is......a saint.
2017-11-18 at 9:46 AM UTC in What are you drinking and how is it?Gin and tonic, no lime. I have determined, through extensive research, that Nikolai gin is possibly the best bottom shelf gin. Beware Mr. Boston and his liquors... He beats you up when you drink them!
2017-01-20 at 4:18 PM UTC in anybody here like nu metal >?
Originally posted by mmQ Does Taylor Swift count?
2017-01-17 at 6:42 PM UTC in a new era
2017-01-17 at 4:58 PM UTC in Video Editing SoftwareI use Kdenlive for video editing in Linux. You might also give Blender a try. I've never used its video editing capabilities, but I've heard good things.
2016-12-29 at 5:45 PM UTC in I cleaned up my tabs for the first time in like 6 monthsI used to have hundreds and hundreds of tabs open. I used a Firefox extension, Tree Style Tab, that displayed the tabs vertically and organized them in a hierarchy. It got to the point where my session file was around 13 megabytes and it took a couple minutes to open up Firefox everyday. Also, every couple months, Firefox would crash and I'd lose the session and have to start over.
I finally got sick of this and switched to Chromium. Now I only have a handful of tabs open and when I find something that I'd like to read later, I bookmark it in my "Reading List" folder (and, honestly, never look at it again).
2016-11-15 at 4:40 PM UTC in Problems installing edb-debugger from source.When compiling things from source, you need the development versions of packages, the ones that end in the "-dev" suffix. These packages contain the header files that allow you to develop or compile software that uses the library.
Also, your list of dependencies says you need qt4, but when compiling, it seems to ask for qt5.
2016-11-01 at 3:54 PM UTC in Help give Enter a cooler wallpaper.
2016-07-09 at 9:03 PM UTC in What's "your drink"?For a long time, my go to drink was gin and tonics, but lately Iâ€™ve been drinking spiced rum and fruit punch. Fruit punch because I donâ€™t like cola and I couldnâ€™t think of anything else to mix with rum.
My gin of choice is Gordonâ€™s and for rum I drink Cruzan or Admiral Nelsonâ€™s. I know Admiral Nelsonâ€™s has a bad reputation, but itâ€™s cheap and it tastes ok.
Neither of my parents drink now, but my dad used to drink Jack and Cokes and my mom has only drank a few times in her life and only beer.
2016-03-24 at 5:52 PM UTC in ARE DINGOS REAL?
I remember this game. It's Wonderboy III: The Dragon's Trap. I played it on the Sega Master System when I was a kid.
2016-03-09 at 9:12 PM UTC in glsl coding
…but don't actually understand how the function's effect changes over time
The fragment shader is run for each pixel on the surface of the polygon. When drawing the polygon, the vertices and other values output from the vertex shader are blended depending on the current position on the surface of the polygon.
For example, look at this triangle here:
This is your classic OpenGL triangle. One of the first things you draw when learning OpenGL.
Each vertex in the triangle has a different color. When the triangle is drawn, the three colors are blended depending on the position of the current pixel inside the polygon: more red the closer to the red point, more green the closer to the green point, etc. Half way between the red and green points, red and green are blended 50/50, giving orange. In the absolute center of the triangle, all three colors are blended equally, each contributing 1/3 of the final color.
The coordinate system used to determine how to blend the values is called Barycentric Coordinates. For more information look here:
2016-03-03 at 8:40 PM UTC in How many people here actually have Autism?
Take the test: http://www.wired.com/2001/12/aqtest/I scored 14. I'm less autistic than the control group.
2015-12-22 at 9:35 PM UTC in Problems compiling C source code.
/root/Desktop/sploit.c: Assembler messages:
/root/Desktop/sploit.c:114: Error: bad register name `%rax'
"rax" is a 64 bit x86 register. You could be getting this error because you're compiling on 32 bit Linux or on a non-x86 architecture.
You might be able to get it to compile by changing all references to "rax" to "eax", but I'm not sure if the exploit would still work. Another option would be to download a 64 bit cross compiler.
Edit: It compiled for me, no error messages at all. Here's a link to the binary:
2015-12-04 at 6:52 PM UTC in Anyone here have video game dreams?I've had a couple of Doom dreams in my life. One when I was a kid, after playing it for the first time, and the other just recently after playing Brutal Doom.
Both were pretty terrifying. Doom is very stressful. You're just minding your own business, looking for a red keycard, then you enter a dark room and you hear a door open and you turn around and suddenly there are 400 robot spider demons chasing you.