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All googling brings up more youtube video tutorials than tex based.
Some require some tool that I don't have.
Got bumped off a cisco business class router, Some home routers near, Tl;Dr want to crack WEP, have Two machines at my disposal, 13,3 MBP w/OSx 10.8.4 and Dell with atheros wifi card/win 7 / BT5r3
What TEXT BASED web pages give step by step can /diy/cks provide. Live EXTREMELY rural, internet where I live is way too expensive. TEXT based cause I only have 2G mobile AP to use at home (at starbucks now, otherwise posting takes nearly 20 minutes.
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So /diy/, this is my first post.
What would you consider as your most useful skill, and what makes it better for you?
For me (for example) working on cars is most important. Being in my 20s makes it good to save money because of small jobs and school. Also make some money by doing work for others. I am capable with carpentry, electronics, ect but this I find to be the most valuable.
Pic related, fixing timing guides on a Audi S4. Saved ~$8,000 by doing this ourselves.
>inb4 calling other people's skills useless, be respectful.
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About to buy an air compressor but I am torn between a few choices. Would appreciate a nugget of insight or two.
- DIY automotive work. Impact wrenches, air ratchets, air hammers, etc. most tools labeled requiring 4 scfm.
I know scfm is most important spec.
1) Ridgid Tri-Stack 150psi max 5gal 4.9scfm
Leaning toward this one due to the versatility but my main concern is the kind of small tank. Based on the scfm it should support what I need it to, right?
2) DeWalt Emalgo 200psi max 4.5gal 5scfm
I like the 200psi on this becuase that means it'll cycle from 160-200 unlike 110-150 on the Ridgid. Since the cycle minimum is 110 on the Ridgid the highest "guaranteed" regulation I can set is 110 which SHOULD leave at least 90psi working pressure at the tool when it's running after pressure drop through hose, etc. I just like the 200 psi so I have more headroom for a longer hose or whatnot. HATE that it uses a brushed motor instead of induction -- only good for 500 hours of run time and after two brush changes DeWalt recommends replacement.
3) Campbell Hausfeld 200psi max 20gal 3.8scfm
Tank is big, pressure has good headroom, but I know scfm is most important. Thinking I might be able to do some intermittent HVLP spraying due to sizable tank maybe? Not really one of my requirements, just would be nice. Added bonus that it comes with a nice starter package of what are probably low tier air tools, but could be nice for a beginner.
4) Makita MAC5200 140psi max "3hp" "6.5 scfm"
Most attractive as far as scfm goes but I call bullshit on their specs. 3hp is 2230 watts -- well over 110V @ 13.8A (claimed power consumption). Since their hp spec is so inflated, I'm guessing their scfm is inflated too so I cannot trust it without a good explanation.
Mash on party?
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Hi! Yesterdays I'm going to a party, but the problem is that the alcohol sale is closed for the weekend (can't buy alcohol in Norway on sundays). I've created som moonshine mash (made of sugar, water and yeast) but it's something wrong with my still, I'm missing some parts...
So I'm just wondering if it is anything i could do to make the mash drinkable or more tasty, and is it safe and drinkable? When I try to drink I can clearly taste the alcohol (I guess it's about 10-20%, most close to 20%)
So I was wondering if I can safely drink the mash without many concernes about the methanol (is it in the mash, or is it produced when I put it in the still and start cooking it?)
What can be the outcome that I drink the mash on the party? Any tips or tricks?