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Sup /diy/ I need to download an entire website for offline viewing... problem is that the links are all friggin javascripts, and it's password protected (as in I have to log in first). I have my login name and password. I tried using IDM, but when I set it up to download a site and all links, it gets all the hyperlinks, but ignores the links sent to by javascript, making it useless. Does anybody have a good method of doing this? I'm desperate, since I need to access this database when I'm without internet connection over the holiday. Already tried /g/, btw, and they ignored the thread.

Robotic

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Hi /diy/ ! Where to start to learn robotic ? Arduino + Raspberry pi ? An other simple way ?

The oldest of locks

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Hey /diy/ Me and my father were condemning an old theater that's from the 1920's and while we were collapsing walls, I found this lock in the debris. I have a soft spot for old style locks, however this one has no key. Couldn't find one with it or anywhere on the theater grounds To my point, anyone know how I could make a key for this? Every locksmith I've gone to says that can't make one because they don't even know what type of lock it is, and the only one who says he could do it wants 80$ dollars for one key and only lists the chances of a key being made for it at 20% odds.
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What to do when you have a car stereo not in use with a lifetime activation for Sirius? Make an enclosure and turn it into the garage stereo.
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Good ways to get rid of mice and the like? Getting a cat next summer but would like to try other stuff in the meantime.

virus

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How can I make a virus without any programming knowledge?

Alternative Elektronics

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Basically I want to produce a CPU at home. Silicon based Transistors, fit for CPU Designs are super expensive and super difficult to make in your common garage lab. What else is possible? Wouldn't it be cool to design something and then it somehow grows like a plan or crystal? I'm sure there must be alternatives to transistor logic. Ideas?

Best Multi-Tool?

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Looking to get my little brother his first Leatherman/Gerber etc. for Christmas, any suggestions under ~60ish dollars?
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I made a headphone stand. Is it good? It was just a spur of the moment design and I would have preferred the metal bars to be black but the powdercoat line at work was doing white and I didn't wanna wait
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How do i deal with dead grass in general? how can i make green one expand ? should i remove all the one that its already dry?
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I want to convert a 2 car garage into a livable space but all this permit crap is stressing me out. Anyone here know jack shit about garage conversions in Los Angeles?
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Dear anons, I replaced my sink's hot water supply hose, and a few days later, the copper pipe that connects up to the faucet started to leak. It's a slow drip, maybe 10 drops an hour, if that, and only on the hot water pipe. I can't see the source of the leak. I assume my working on it loosened something. Is my only option to remove the faucet? Would I have to replace the whole thing, or is there a spot I can repair?

Will moldmaking silicone adhere to primed surface?

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Hello /diy/ :) I have some experience making silicone molds for casting resin but I need some guidance here.... I am using easymold 2 part silicone rubber and I am wondering if this will adhere to primed surfaces. I have primed my model with rustoleum 2x ultracover primer. I know I should use a clear top coat for easiest removal from the mold... but I am really happy with the surface quality and don't want to gunk it up with a layer of clear coat unless it is necessary. Anyone have experience making a mold from a model with a primed surface? Or any ideas on how the primer is likely to react??
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I was wondering what is falling off the sides of this metal ingot when it's getting pressed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTU0Z-FkhtU#t=31 Figured while I'm at it I'd make this a general blacksmith thread. I'm interested to see what /diy/ can do. Pic semi related
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Hello /diy/, visitor /fit/izen here How do I avoid a usb cable from getting more peeled from a side? The outside plastic seems to have "roasted" and is breaking slowly. Can I find a cheap fix for the cable so it doesnt have exposed wires, or am I better buying another cable? Pic somehow related
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What is a "Rekkeklemme" for DIN rail mounting call in English?
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Sup /diy/, non-handy anon here. Would it be remotely possible to build something like pic related? It's my tryhard pseudo-postmodern take on a Christmas tree.
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How would I go about making box like this? I wouldn't know where to start in terms of getting the red carpet material, glass cover or even making a circle below the level of the red carpet material. Please help, I bought the wood and have the tools.to get started.

HP Z800 mobo: a quest for soldering pads

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Posting this on /g/ didn't help at all, so I'm bringing it here. I've bought nice dual LGA1366 motherboard for just $90. It is from HP Z800 workstation. I've made cables to connect it to regular ATX PSU and it powered up just fine. But this motherboard seems overengineered and has so many unused soldering pads and holes for connectors, jumpers, leds, capacitors etc. I'm looking for some friendly HP support tech to appear with schematics (or parts of schematics) to possibly describe the mystery missing parts. Second objective is to get it overclocked, it has a very common PLL IC, but SETFSB would not go over 137MHz BCLK. Two other methods are available: GRUB module and modding selector resistors for FSB selection PLL's legs. And perhaps BIOS modding. But the best BIOS hacking resource, rebels haven is gone now, requesting an alternative (bios-mods.com is not actually good).
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What I'm looking for is a device: >Under USB >With outgoing pins, under which I can attach things >On which pins I could generate voltage. Decision which pins should get power should be made on a PC. I'm sure something like this exists. I just don't know where to look.






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