I'm trying to take a peek at the coding of the firmware for a go kart data logger gauge. I have a firmware update executable for the device. I opened the .exe and found a write .data file. Aside from looking at the gibberish in notepad what can i do to look through the actual lines of code that this thing runs on? I assume I need to figure out what language it was written it first, how do i do that?
The device is a data logger and gauge set that is used on racing go karts, it was high end hardware back in the mid 2000's but its trash now. I want to re-purpose it as a gauge cluster for my motorcycle. It reads temperature, RPM, and has a lap timer input from factory. I want to change the timer input signal to a speedometer signal. I do not think this should be too hard as bicycle speedometers do exactly the same thing i intend and they cost less than 10$. Also I believe the same processor was used in the higher level models that could track speed and a few other inputs. It seems that the firmware updates for all of the devices is packaged in the one executable, which gives me hope that the code from high optioned devices could be copied over onto my entry level device.
obviously i am no programmer but I can stumble my way through this project.
If you're curious the file can be found here.
I just had to refresh my Windows 8.1, it was on a eternal loop of ''Windows 8 started in a wrong way press here to restart'' and now all installed programs and games were lost
fuck Windows 8, i already lost everything on 2 hds because of this shit, can i get Windows 10(not paying for it ofc) without Microsoft spying me and deleting my files and all this things people say?
i also don't want to downgrade to 7 because now it looks just as ugly and outdated as Windows xp for me
just get it honestly, most people on here are just doing the whole "WINDOWS 10 BOTNET MEME JEW SCHEME" thing but with my experiences with it, its been great. Also if you really need to, there's a program out there that edits the registry to disable windows 10 tracking.
Why do people need an imageboard to make such simple choices for them?
Is this the level we are at now?
Because all it takes is 46 seconds of using your favorite search engine.
Is there any program like i stick an USB in someones PC and it will get pictures or other Files ?
Or how can i get the fastest an easyest way Files from pc or Phones?
Sorry 4 my Bad english
Noctua has just invented the Gentle Typhoon.
this isn't /b/ you piece of shit
I'm putting together a computer build list.
Is there any reason to buy 120mm case fans that are more than $8?
Did you spend more than $8 on your fans? Do you feel jewed?
Everywhere I look people are spending 20 bucks on those ugly Noctumeme fans. But is it worth it - for the less sound, and the increased airflow?
It just seems like a big ripoff. It's a fucking fan!
The cheapest one I can find has a blue led, lol
Shouldn't take more than 5 seconds to rip it out
I suppose in my use case I should maybe spend a bit more. I'm using a SG13, and there is only room for a single 120mm fan. I'm using the AR06 as a cpu cooler
So, summer has come, and I will have plenty of free time, and I want to spend it on something useful. So, I've decided I want to learn to use a graphics engine, but I don't know which to choose.
Unity: My first option, I've been experimenting with it and I kinda like it. This engine is "easy", "tidy", and somehow I think I might be "comfortable" using it, it's such a strange feeling. However I'm afraid that I might be losing my time learning this, it's not commonly used in the industry, and the few "pro" games made in it are mostly cheap mobile games.
Cryengine: Pros: C# which I already know, provides incredible looking games. Cons: not many games are made on it, not many studios use it, and I heard it's the hardest to get used to.
Unreal Engine: Lots of games made on it, awesome looking games, from Bioshock to Mass Effect, lots of studios working with it. BUT, i find it like if it were a mess, I hate the UI, how things are done, and there's only option for c++, which I will have to learn.
I make this emphasis on how much the engine is used because after finishing my degree I'd like to try luck getting in the game industry. So I feel that learning the most commonly used engine (UE4) would bring more chances of succeeding than learning an engine that is not so much used (Unity, for example)
Why does kodi suck so much?
Maybe you should ask on Kodi's website?
What do you expect us to do? Make kodi not suck? Make some epic pull requests? Compile it for gentoo and give you the compiled binary?
I use Kodi all the time. It's a wonderfull program.
What do you not like about Kodi / XBMC? It recognizes my media library, is extremely customizable and light. Using Kodi to play local media in a home theater and Plex is truly a god-tier setup.
What's driving your display, /g/?
what should i switch to /g/?
Post aesthetically posed parts awaiting final construction.
tfw no 1080
Why aren't you using Opera? It's the safest and fastest browser available right now and it's the only one capable of supporting HTML6. I've been trying to get my coworkers on board but they aren't even aware of functionalities like that. On top of all that, it can intercept ads at the nearest fiber optic switching station and if a large inbound packet is detected, it can trigger a station overload and disable all communications in your region for maximum stability and security.
>Whay aren't you using Opera
I am, you should give it a try sometime.
Nice board we got here, huh?
>post-buy using general
Someone should start this and people should write reviews about shit they bought. Only if people could avoid buyers remorse justifications it could be great for our /g/onsumerism board
What was the last thing of tech you bought? This is going into my maxed out ThinkPad w530 when it comes in the mail tomorrow.
Got a great deal on some of these babies. 8 brand new for the equivalent of ~250 USD.
new friends just dont understand