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MHajduk



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I've just noticed that (interesting, isn't it?):

[EDIT]I've changed '*.JPG' file to '*.PNG' which is smaller, but still not so small as NTOSKRNL_VXE's one. Very Happy[/EDIT]


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Post 04 Jun 2007, 19:17
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vid
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yes, there is plenty of guys with this registration date on phpBB boards. I believe it is just lack of checking date entered by user somewhere
Post 04 Jun 2007, 19:28
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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But, the registration date is not entered by user nor the post date. Something is going wrong with the server's date or a bug in PHP.

[edit]Or database corruption [/edit]
Post 04 Jun 2007, 21:33
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DOS386



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Confirming.

(my shot is 15x smaller and nicer Wink How I did ? It's secret Wink )

Also, the forum is frequently slow as hell ... I don't think it is related to Tomasz's lack of time for FASM development (as someone wrote elsewhere) ... but would be nice if it could be fixed Shocked


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Bug Nr.: 12345

Title: Hello World program compiles to 100 KB !!!

Status: Closed: NOT a Bug


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Post 05 Jun 2007, 01:49
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MHajduk



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Haha Laughing, yes, you are right '*.PNG' files are smaller than '*.JPG'. I will make screenshots in '*.PNG' format from now. Smile
Post 05 Jun 2007, 08:30
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vid
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
But, the registration date is not entered by user nor the post date.

but maybe it is in HTTP post made by client side, automatically filled from local time?

(yeah, sounds stupid, but i can't imagine how else could this be caused)
Post 05 Jun 2007, 11:57
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saw it too, at first, i thought somebody reset the heap section date. or indirect hack to database Razz no idea. maybe a null registrant job.
Post 05 Jun 2007, 13:00
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Quote:

(yeah, sounds stupid, but i can't imagine how else could this be caused)

Note that the bug with the heap area happens randomly (at least I never saw it with my own account) so we can talk about HDD failures too.

BTW, Tomasz do you have you own backups of this forum right? It would be a big pity if this big knowledge base get lost.

PS: And no, there is no hidden input with the user's date Wink
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kohlrak



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I've also noticed random slowtimes and even downtimes of flatassembler.net. It could be the mysql. I've noticed some pretty funky things happen in the past when visiting sites that have low HD space running on their mysql server. There have also been a few times i've seen some of the raw php code for the forums. SQL failure, bad bandwidth, old php version, phpbb bugs, and other things could be the cause. HD errors wouldn't suprise me, especially because we've had plenty of posts, and from some of the debates here, we have also had plenty of information in these posts aswell. Perhaps it is almost time to take a big search for pointless threads and moving them.
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MHajduk



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Smile


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Post 15 Oct 2007, 15:28
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rugxulo



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Yes, I'm sure a few of us also saw that earlier today, but it's (obviously) fixed, for now at least! Smile
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MazeGen



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"cheapersunglasses"? Weird identifier. Was it a hack?
Post 16 Oct 2007, 08:30
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MHajduk



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MazeGen wrote:
"cheapersunglasses"? Weird identifier. Was it a hack?
I think that it's just a clue of protection - who could be able to guess such weird identificator? Very Happy

Cool cheaper sunglasses Cool
Post 16 Oct 2007, 10:58
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drhowarddrfine



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PNGs are really a gif replacement and not a jpeg replacement.
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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phpBB : Critical Error

Could not connect to the database


And my last visit time was marked at that time, then the system automatically logged me out and hence, any post between the *real* last visit time and the fake one was marked as read...

(It is not the first time actually, but it is first time I'm reporting it, I think)
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