I’m not supporting the script at this time. This is kept for those that are interested in taking the work I have done and improving on it.
Ok, so I also have a script for grabbing the Wine of Zamorak at the chaos temple north of Falador in Runescape.
Here is the script, currently v1.23.
It will not run with the current production RSBot, v2.52. Here is a link to the current beta, v2.53. You may also go to GitHub where Paris keeps the source, and you can compile the bot from that.
Either way you will have a beta version of the bot. I don’t add anything to the bot (that upstream hasn’t merged) so it is a safe copy, but if it really matters to you t ogt
Currently, the script will walk to the temple from Falador, wait for wines to appear and tele-grab them. It will also teleport to Falador and walk to the bank, and deposit the wines grabbed, get a number of law runes (building to hold 100 in inventory) so you don’t need to pack 1000’s of expensive law s with you, in the event you get killed by the monks.
If you’re holding an edible item (or a number of a single food) in inventory, the script will eat them as needed, and will expect that you have more of that item in the bank and will exit if you don’t. It will not pull more water runes from the bank, so if it runs out it will exit. The waters are needed to teleport to Falador, so this is a good way to limit the bot’s running time.
If you get attacked, the script will teleport out if your HP falls below 50%/the level you select in the GUI. It will eat available food until that point.
If you set the options in the GUI, the script will hop worlds (thanks to jtryba on PowerBot for the worldHop method!) and rest while walking back to the temple. It will also check for updates from here if you let it.
This script is no longer maintained. I’ve left this post here for those that may wish to improve on my previous work.
So…I play runescape, and I discovered the wonder program RSBot. It’s written in Java, as is RuneScape itself. It allows you to bot your character when doing repetitive tasks, like cutting trees, killing cows, mining essence, etc.
Beefy Bill Cow Killer for RSBot continued…
Ah, Christmas. Or Xmas. (Don’t get me started, Fundies. Xmas has been used since 1754 or so, and “X” used to represent Christ has been used even longer.)
But I didn’t post this to start a fight, but to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, recall some (ok, 1?) post from Christmases past, and post my thoughts for this year.
Happy Holidays continued…
This was created with Blender, a 3d graphics program.
The movie was created using Blender, to improve Blender.
Blender is open source, and free (as in freedom AND beer) to distribute.
The movie, Sintel, was created using open source software, and most likely use Linux for it’s render servers.
I was blown the fsck away by the clip. The quality of both the story AND the CGI are amazing. If this is what can be done with Blender, Pixar and Disney best watch their backsides, lest they get cooked.
Find out more at www.sintel.org
Though it doesn’t mention the colitas (Spanish slang at the time for Marijuana) or the cool wind in one’s hair, this has got to be one of the coolest things I’ve stumbled on via the ‘net…
How to get to Hotel California. continued…
What can I say? We have two cats, Bellyflop and Curly-Sue. AKA: Belly-boo, Flops, Lap-Fungus, Sue-Sue, Sue-Cat, and Ninja Bitch-Cat.
Despite the last moniker for Sue, we love our cats.
I think this says it all:
Picture from here.
Joseph Wheeler, hurt in a car crash then misidentified as a cancer patient claims security guards at Prince George’s Hospital in Upper Marlboro, MD, beat him up when he tried to leave the hospital to avoid the surgery the cancer patient was scheduled for.
The hospital is owned by Dimensions Health Corporation.
The ID bracelet had a different name, appearing to be that of a woman and a birthdate that was 13 years prior to his own. In attempting to leave, the nurses called security, and the two guards that arrived literally beat him up, causing more injuries.
When superiors intervened, they seemed more interested in retrieving the erroneous ID bracelet. One woman, a possible administrator, is claimed to have offered a private room and the pain-killer of his choice. When Mr. Wheeler declined further treatment and declined to give up the ID bracelet, a guard charged him, injuring him further.
Personally, I’d have kept the bracelet too. It’s now proof that the hospital fucked up in the first place, then tried to hide the fact once they figured out the problem. Holding your customers illegally doesn’t work. Perhaps if the nurse that was first approached actually used her brains, this would have been avoided.
I wonder if this is the kind of “health care” envisioned by Obama and the Dems?
Full story here.
So, I’m here cleaning various partitions on my laptop. I decided that my 500GB drive needs some re-arranging.
My laptop has a 500GB drive, partitioned out to boot however many OS’s I have on it at a given time (4 right now) as well as stashes for documents, etc shared between each OS, and my home directory as used in Linux.
Our file server (Alyssa-Server) has over 2TB of drives, 2 250GB, a 640GB and a 1TB. The 250’s are mirroring each other, the 640 is for program installers, and the TB is for anime/movies. I may move my music there too.
So, since I have all this room just a Ethernet cable away, it makes sense to move the stuff I want to save off to the server (I have a share just for backups) to get it out of my way then bring it back in after I’m done massaging the partitions on Lazarus to make room to inflict even more Linux on her. (Girl laptop, guy name…read the post.)
However, in the process of moving back I nuked a directory by mistake. Oh shit, the server is running that on ext3, and EVERYONE knows that it’s IMPOSSIBLE to undelete on ext3.
Well, they better tell Carlo Wood his program is “unpossible” then. Mr. Wood (no relation) has written ext3grep, a program that makes recovering your nuked files possible.
It’s not for the weak. Let’s face it, playing with filesystems involves manly code, doing manly things, and it frequently likes to shoot users. I had to edit some source code, but it wasn’t bad.
My biggest issue was that no matter what I did, I couldn’t get ext3grep to ONLY recover files deleted after a certain date/time. I ended up editing the stage2 file (RTFM and you will know, Gwasshoppaw) to include only the directories I wanted back. It looks like someone has submitted a patch to exclude files not matching a given path.
It will take time to run. The partition I was playing with was 200GB large, and it took time to scan. However, once it’s done, it has stage files that it uses to work with.
You can download the source from the Google Group.
As a bonus, Gentoo types can “emerge ext3grep -av” though the ebuild is 1 revision behind; you may be better off just getting the source and compiling it without using Portage.
Dictionary.com defines Patience as “quiet, steady perseverance; even-tempered care; diligence: to work with patience.”
I’ve always equated “Patience” with “Ability to wait until the time is right/better to accomplish that which you wish could be done now.”
The Art of Patience. continued…
I made a comment on a blog recently that deals a lot with the issue of racism, and on a particular post that was about being profiled regardless of obviously higher-status, because one was black.
I attempted to understand, and I actually did learn something, and tried to relate some things from my past that happened to me, not because I’m black, but because I was a teen or a twenty-something, or more recently, because I’m a big guy. (6′6″, 425lbs)
I Guess I “Just Don’t Get It.” continued…
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