On windows 10 basestation the plane tracking software needs a copy of ftd2xx.dll (32bit) in the same directory as basestation.exe and try running it as administrator ideally right clicking on basestation.exe and changing the properties to force it to run as administrator on each run
To forece windows 10 to resync the local time to the default time servers try running
from an admin powershell/CMD promptdos |copy code |?
1 w32tm /resync
further details available here: https://serverfault.com/a/294791
01 local chest = peripheral.wrap("front") 02 print("Radcom's Enchantment sorter V1.2") 03 while true do 04 sleep(1) 05 for i = 1, chest.getInventorySize() do 06 local item = chest.getStackInSlot(i) 07 if item and item.ench then 08 print("Found a ", item.name, " with an enchantment") 09 print("Moving") 10 chest.pushItem("south",i,1) 11 else 12 if item then 13 print("moving: ",item.qty, " ",item.name) 14 chest.pushItem("east",i,item.qty) 15 end 16 end 17 end 18 end
At work I needed to extract the contents from 600+ zip files to one place and select all, right click extract all did not work.
7-zip to the rescue, I used the command line version of 7-zip in a simple batch comand to loop through the files and extract each one
this code is written to be run from the same dir as the files to be extracted,
“C:\Program Files (x86)\7-Zip\7z” needs to be the location of the commandline version of 7-zip
“%CD%Backup files %x.zip” this the format of the files to be extracted in this case it was a series of sequentially numbered files all called “Backup files 1,2,3,etc”
It is run straight from the command prompt not as a batch script
“C:\extracted” is the destination of the extracted files
[code lang=dos]for /l %x in (1, 1, 100) do “C:\Program Files (x86)\7-Zip\7z” x “%CD%Backup files %x.zip” -oC:\extracted[/code]
all in all about 20 mins work to write and test
Just a post to check this blog is working correctly