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-====== Linux Owners Group In Newcastle (LOGIN) Wiki ====== +XRumer 19.0 + XEvil 4.0innovative software complex ​for breaking ​any Captcha ​
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-Welcome to LOGIN, the Linux Owners Group in Newcastle. +
-We are a LUG (Linux Users Group) for people in the Newcastle and Hunter region of NSW AustraliaWe are affiliated with [[http://​linux.org.au/​sub-committees| Linux Australia with subcommittee status]] +
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-Do you want to help promote our Linux club then please feel free to pass on the flyer or better still print a couple & place them on a noticeboard in your local area.{{:​login_flyer.pdf|}} +
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-===== Meetings and Events ===== +
-==== Next Meeting ==== +
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-**Tuesday 16th September 2014 7:30pm** +
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-Looking ​for any volunteers for a demonstration or a talk on any Linux subject. +
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-If you would like to contribute please use our mailing list or email info@newcastlelug.org +
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-If no talk is scheduled we will resume to Q & A and general talk on Linux items. +
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-==== Last Meetings in 2014 ==== +
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-//**Tuesday 19th August 2014 7:​30pm**//​ +
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-Looking for any volunteers for a demonstration or a talk on any Linux subject. +
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-If you would like to contribute please use our mailing list or email info@newcastlelug.org +
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-If no talk is scheduled we will resume to Q & A and general talk on Linux items. +
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-//**Tuesday 15th July 2014 at 7:30 pm**// +
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-Demo of the Makerspace 3D printer and open source modelling software (OpenSCAD, Blender, Cura). +
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-**Tuesday 17th June 2014 at 7:30 pm**  +
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-Thankyou Alex and Felix for the talk & demonstrations - Ben. +
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-1) discussion and viewing of Alex’s Chrome OS notebook using Crouton. +
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-2) Demonstration by Felix on using Python (and IPython Notebook) to capture and visualise live “sensor readings” from an Arduino Leo, using Redis to store data, ZeroMQ to send it and Pyglet for graphics. +
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-http://​www.arduino.cc/​ https://​www.python.org/​ http://​ipython.org/​notebook.html http://​zeromq.org/​ http://​pyglet.org/​ http://​redis.io/​ +
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-3) “Seeing Spaces” talk: http://​vimeo.com/​97903574 +
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-**Tuesday 20th May 2014 at 7:30 pm.** +
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-Discussions on cloning hard drive using DD & Clonezilla. +
-Discussion on Nexicore , sickbeard and github.  +
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-http://​sickbeard.com/​ +
-Sick Beard is a PVR for newsgroup users (with limited torrent support). It watches for new episodes of your favorite shows and when they are posted it downloads them, sorts and renames them, and optionally generates metadata for them. It currently supports NZBs.org, NZBMatrix, NZBs'​R'​Us,​ Newzbin, Womble'​s Index, NZB.su, TVTorrents and EZRSS and retrieves show information from theTVDB.com and TVRage.com. +
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-https://​github.com/​+
    
-Suggested topics and talk proposals should be placed on the [[ideas]] page  +1. Powerful Neuronets: XEvil OCR can solve more than 12000 of different types of Captcha'​s, ​ 
- +including such of popular, like Google CAPTCHA'​s ReCaptcha v2, v3 (in XEvil 4.0 Ultra only!), Captcha.Com,​ SolveMedia, Bing-Captcha, ​ 
-**[[meetings_old|Previous Meetings]]** +Facebook-captcha ​and Ucoz-captchaYandex-captchaDLE-captcha, VBulletin-Captchaand a lot of other types! ​ 
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-**[[events_old|Previous Events]]** +2Very High speed and precisionrecognition speed 0.01 .. 0.02 second per image (but only 1 second in DEMO version!), ​ 
- +XEvil can bypass ​and solve wide types of captcha ​with high precision, ​ 
-===== Contact ===== +without depending ​of difficulty, distortion, noises, fonts, colors.  
-For more information please contact info@newcastlelug.org or our Mailing List below. +  
- +3. Very simple UIjust 3 main buttons to start recognition,  
-==== Mailing List ==== +so it'​s ​easy to use with wide spectre programs of SEO, SMM, Analytics,  
- +Mass Auto-Registering/Posting/Sending/Bruteforcing/CryptoCurrency Mining programs.  
-Our mailing list is our most popular ​means of communicationYou can come here for: +  
- +Interested;)  
-  * Meeting Chatter ​The mailing list is home to the organisation that goes on behind the meetings. If you have an idea for a Talk/Demo let us know. +Just do search ​in google "XEvil for Free" 
-  * Linux Help and Support ​Most questions posted to the mailing list are answered by other LOGIN members quickly ​and often accurately. +Free DEMO version is available 
-  * General Open Source Notices ​If you find something that you think others may be interested in then post a linkkeep us all informed. +  
- +Thank you for your attention! ;)
-To sign up to the Mailing List please visit [[https://​newcastlelug.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​chat_newcastlelug.org]] +
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-**By default all new mailing list sign ups to the list are moderatedthis is to avoid spam.** +
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-If you have any problems with the mailing list please email info@newcastlelug.org . Don't forget to add chat@newcastlelug.org to the white-list in your anti-spam program. +
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-While it is not enforced on this listit would be considered good Netiquette not to top post http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Top_post +
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-==== IRC ==== +
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-Our members meet regularly on IRC. +
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-Visit #LOGIN on Freenode, or follow the link irc://irc.freenode.net/LOGIN +
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-==== Meeting Location ==== +
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-===== Documentation ===== +
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-If you have written some how-tos which are particular helpful to people in the Newcastle/​Hunter area please add them here +
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-[[University Wireless]] +
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-===== Blogs ===== +
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-Have a Blog or what to see what our LOGIN members are up tohead over to  [[http://​planet.newcastlelug.org|Planet LOGIN]] +
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-===== Planning Area ===== +
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-Create new pages here where we can make notes to plan events through out the year.  +
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-  * [[Software Freedom Day]] +
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-  * [[O'​Reilly Book Reviews]] +
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-  * [[Hunter Community College Courses]] +
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-  * [[Linux.conf.au]] +
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-  * [[Open Source Developers Conference]] +
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-  * [[ComputerBank]] +
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-  * [[Survey 2008]] +
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-===== Other resources ===== +
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-[[http://​www.monsterb.org/​ | GNU/Linux Links Directory]] +
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-=== Other Groups === +
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-The [[http://​slug.org.au/​|Sydney Linux Users Group]] has multiple very active mailing lists and is a great resource for immediate help with Linux problems. ​ +
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-[[http://​groups.google.com/​group/​westlakes-linux-learners|Westlakes Linux Learners]] meet on the 4th Monday night of each month near Morisset. ​ The group caters especially for Linux beginners and home users+
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-You may also find the [[http://​www.bugs.au.freebsd.org/​|BSD Users GroupSydney]] useful. +
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-For a full list of other NSW Linux User Groups please visit [[http://​linux.org.au/​usergroups/?​loc=nsw|Linux Australia'​s ​website]]. +
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-Attempts are currently underway ​to start [[http://​www.sage-au.org.au|SAGE-AU]] chapter in Newcastle. ​ Contact [[http://www.sage-au.org.au/display/SAGEAU/​New+South+Wales|Neil Glennon]] to express your interest+
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-=== Conferences === +
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-Want to get together with fellow Open Source enthusiasts and IT workers ​Australia has three high quality conferences that might suit you: +
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-  * [[http://​linux.org.au/​conf/​|Linux.Conf.AU]] - One of the world'​s leading Linux conferences attracting people from everywhere. ​ Runs each year usually ​in January - March Many of the 2007 talks were recorded and [[http://​lca2007.linux.org.au/​Programme|are ​available]]. +
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-  * [[http://​www.osdc.com.au/​|Open Source Developers'​ Conference]] - A conference ​for developers by developers. ​ Learn more about your language of choice, and share your experiences with others. +
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-  * [[http://​conf.sage-au.org.au/​|The Australian System Administrators'​ Conference]] -  Covers all aspects of system administration across a variety of platforms.+
 
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