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/nix | Mar 05, 2017
The dialog box warns:
All configured settings in the printer will be deleted and the original factory settings will be restored. This includes the administrator password for the embedded web server (EWS), Address Book entries for scan, and Phone Book entries for fax.
Also, Web Services account information will be removed, you will need to setup Web Services again on this printer. Until Web Services is set up again, HP Instant Ink will not work properly.
Do you want to continue?
Cancel | Restore
Press Back/Return arrow 4 times > Support Menu > Resets Menu > Country & Language reset, Partial reset, and Semi-full reset
Press Home, Back/Return arrow, Home, Home > Engineering Menu > Services Menu > Resets Menu > Country & Language reset, Partial reset, Semi-full reset, and OOBE reset (Out Of Box Experience)
Press Home, Back/Return arrow, Home, Home > Engineering Menu > Underwear Menu > system menu > clear nvm, clear firms, clear scan list, and clear derivative
According to Three Types of Resets for your HP Officejet 6110,
Partially resetting it will return the printer to a responsive state without erasing the settings that you may have set on the printer.
The semi-full reset is applicable on issues where the printer has gone haywire and does not perform as expected. This process requires all settings and data saved in the printer to be erased.
[Full Reset] is rarely used. Usually the semi-full reset will do the job. . . . [T]here have been instances in the past where doing this reset procedure has cause permanent damage to the printer. Proceed at your own risk.
A post by Jay4096 states that none of these worked to reset the administrator password on a HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One:
However, he was able to reset the administrator password by resetting the network settings (Wi-Fi icon on LCD > settings icon >
Restore Network Settings). On the OfficeJet 5740, the prompt states:
Network settings (including proxy settings), and the administrator password for the embedded web server (EWS), will be reset.
clear nmv option returned
It is not default serial number Failed to reset NVM. Changed the serial number to all zeros on a whim to no avail. However, angerion explained how to dump and overwrite the NVM on an HP Photosmart C4480; the options are located under Engineering Menu > Underwear Menu > photo menu: dump nvm=>file and dump file=>nvm.
error 0: unsupported. Renaming to any other filename (including NVM_RAW.DMP, which angerion used) would return
error: bad file /fs/sda1/NVM2/NVM2_RAW.DMP.
Support and Engineering main menu entries
Support Menu (Press Back/Return 4 times)
Some potentially useful/interesting options:
Engineering Menu (Press Home, Back, Home, Home)
Some potentially useful/interesting options:
/misc | Mar 04, 2017
/windows | Mar 01, 2017
Regarding iLife and iWork apps
/mac | Feb 18, 2017
#!/bin/bash # Reset Safari 10 for current user. Developed and tested under OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan. # Backup bookmarks to Desktop, exiting if unsuccessful cp -v ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist ~/Desktop/Bookmarks-`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S`.plist if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]; then exit 1; fi # Delete main Safari data directory rm -rfv ~/Library/Safari # Delete caches rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari.SearchHelper rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.safaridavclient rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.WebKit.PluginProcess rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/Metadata/Safari rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/SafariNotificationAgent rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.commerce.safari/SafariLibrary # Delete cookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Cookies/Cookies.binarycookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Cookies/com.apple.safari.cookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Cookies/com.apple.CaptiveNetworkAssistant.binarycookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Cookies/com.apple.Safari.SafeBrowsing.binarycookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Cookies/com.apple.Safari.SearchHelper.binarycookies # Delete preferences rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.LSSharedFileList.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.RSS.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.Safari.Extensions.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.WebFoundation.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.WebKit.PluginHost.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.WebKit.PluginProcess.plist rm -rfv ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.commerce.safari.plist # Delete saved state rm -rfv ~/Library/Saved\ Application\ State/com.apple.Safari.savedState # Delete RSS feeds subscribed in Safari or Mail # More info on PubSub database and command: # http://krypted.com/mac-os-x/managing-mail-and-safari-rss-subscriptions-from-the-command-line/ rm -rfv ~/Library/PubSub/Database # Delete yet more Safari data (cannot find any definitive documentation on this directory) rm -rfv ~/Library/WebKit/com.apple.Safari # Delete SharedFileList rm -rfv ~/Library/Application Support/com.apple.sharedfilelist/com.apple.LSSharedFileList.ApplicationRecentDocuments/com.apple.safari.sfl # Delete LSOs / Flash cookies rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/Adobe/Flash\ Player # Clear file quarantine database (i.e., list of downloaded files) # More info: http://osxdaily.com/2012/07/12/list-download-history-mac-os-x/ sqlite3 ~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.LaunchServices.QuarantineEventsV* 'delete from LSQuarantineEvent' # Delete QuickTime cache rm -rfv ~/Library/Caches/QuickTime printf "\n\n\033[1;32mSafari cleanup complete.\n\n\033[1;31mThe contens of /Library/Internet Plug-Ins and ~/Library/Internet Plug-Ins\nwill appear below after pressing Enter. Check output for unwated plugins.\nPreserve Quartz Composer.webplugin & Default Browser.plugin at a minimum.\033[0m\n\n" read -p "Press Enter to continue." # List contents of /Library/Internet Plug-Ins and ~/Library/Internet Plug-Ins ls -A /Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins ~/Library/Internet\ Plug-Ins
Reset Safaridoesn't really clean all the cookies of Safari web browser
/mac | Feb 11, 2017
January 8, 2013
Yahoo patches XSS flaw affecting mail users
January 10, 2013
That Yahoo Mail Vulnerability? Not Really Fixed.
January 31, 2013
Email attack exploits vulnerability in Yahoo site to hijack accounts
February 12, 2013
Spammers stole Yahoo Xtra contact lists
December 12, 2013
Yahoo forced to acknowledge Yahoo Mail problems in worst failure yet
October 8, 2014
Yahoo told to "pull your pants up" after Shellshock hack claims
August 3, 2015
Hackers Exploit 'Flash' Vulnerability in Yahoo Ads
December 2, 2015
Persistent XSS – Yahoo Mail Inbox
January 19, 2016
Yahoo Just Fixed Another Scary XSS Bug
September 22, 2016
Yahoo hit in worst hack ever, 500 million accounts swiped
December 9, 2016
Yahoo Mail XSS Bug Worth Another $10K to Researcher
February 15, 2017
Yahoo Warns Users Their Email Accounts May Have Been Hacked – Yes, Again
February 17, 2017
Deleting your Yahoo email account? Yeah, good luck with that
/misc | Feb 10, 2017
Even as root, ls and find produced too many errors ("Permission denied", "Not a directory", "directory causes a cycle", "Input/output error", etc) when attempting to list all files on disk. Tree worked a treat:
$ tree -a -i -f / > filesystemlist.txt -a All files are listed. -i Don't print indentation lines. -f Print the full path prefix for each file.See also Tree for Windows and LINUX Recursively list all files in a directory including files in symlink directories.
/nix | Feb 06, 2017
/mac | Feb 05, 2017
Well, almost all tiles; the few that remain after running the script below (save as unpin.ps1 then right click and "Run with PowerShell") can be removed manually (right click tile > "Unpin from Start").
/windows | Feb 04, 2017
Install pandoc and asciidoc
$ sudo apt install pandoc asciidoc
Convert asciidoc to docbook
$ asciidoc -b docbook foo.adoc
foo.xml will be output into the same directory as foo.adoc
Convert docbook to markdown
$ pandoc -f docbook -t markdown_strict foo.xml -o foo.md
Unicode symbols were mangled in foo.md. Quick workaround:
$ iconv -t utf-8 foo.xml | pandoc -f docbook -t markdown_strict | iconv -f utf-8 > foo.md
Pandoc inserted hard line breaks at 80 characters. Removed like so:
$ iconv -t utf-8 foo.xml | pandoc -f docbook -t markdown_strict --wrap=none | iconv -f utf-8 > foo.md
/nix | Jan 24, 2017
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