HOWTO: Hack (change variables) games with scanmem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 28, 2008
If you are using Linux and miss Cheat Engine, you can use scanmem alternatively. I have made a tutorial on how to use it. Scanmem is PERFECT for hacking flash games online, but cannot hack things in which data is stored on a server. In a future edit, I plan to make a list of good hackable games. Please post your success stories.
Step 1: Install scanmem if you haven't already.
Scanmem is in the Ubuntu repositories. An appropriate command would be:
sudo apt-get install scanmem
You may, of course substitute aptitude for apt-get if you wish.
Step 2: Start scanmem in a terminal.
The command to start scanmem is:
Step 3: Find the ID of the process you want to hack.
Go to System->Administration->System Monitor, scroll down until you find the process you want (Ex. firefox) and find the number under the ID column. (Ex. 5238)
Now go back to the terminal running scanmem and type:
pid <ID of process>
Of course, you put the ID number in pl
HOWTO: Environment Variables
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2004
This thread is now closed. The information can be found on the wiki here
Environment variables for a specific command
To set a variable for just a one off you can specify the variable on the command line itself as follows...
NAME=VALUE COMMAND PARAMETERS
http_proxy=http://localhost:8080/ apt-get update
NB: You can have multiple name=value pairs seperated by spaces.
Environment Variables for the shell/command line
To permanently add an environment variable you add the following lines to the relevant rc file. Th rc file is read whenever a terminal is opened from the ubuntu desktop. For a program that runs as a specific user you need to add them to the /home/username/.bashrc file. For programs that require sudo access you add these lines to the /root/.bashrc file.
Environment variables for the gnome desktop
Set Permanent Environmental Variables 12.04LTS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 27, 2012
Having a little trouble finding good documentation on adding in environmental variables permanently in Ubuntu 12.04LTS.
I've read the official documentation, search on these forums on others and viewed all relevant posts from other people on editing the: ~/.bashrs , ~/.profile , /etc/environment.
I've also tried adding a ~/.pum_environment with the supposed correct formating, which caused a crash of my user, fixing it by going into the text login (CTRL+ATL+F1) and loading the default PATH variables again (. /etc/environment) and deleting the file.
I'm trying to add these, as currently I am doing it manually in the Terminal at the beginning of each session.
I'm currently using netkit and really would like to add these to my PATH to remove me doing to manually.
I'm assuming I need to add it to ~/.profile , which i have tried logged-in, out, to reload it and nothing happen
Set Environment Variables Permanently in Ubuntu 12.04LTS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 13, 2012
How to set Environment Variables Permanently in Ubuntu 12.04LTS?
I'm new to Ubuntu and can someone please give me a step by step solution for this?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 9, 2011
How do I create an environment variable EJBCA_HOME?
Where are environment variables stored?
Storing Environment Variables Permanently
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 21, 2012
I'm a bio-info programmer and I'm writing a script that uses perl modules in ubuntu. It "Can't locate AMOS/AmosLib.pm". So I do the following.
> find ./ -name "AmosLib.*"
> export PERL5LIB=/usr/local/bin/amos-3.1.0-rc1/lib:$PERL5LIB
This works fine! The error is eliminated. It can find the module. Oops, but when I exit the terminal and open a new one I have to set the environment variable all over again. Is there a way for me to set this permanently? And in which sh would be most appropriate? /etc/profile, bashrc? Do I just copy and paste the export line into one of the shell files? Is it as easy as that? Or do I have this all wrong? (I have root access)
Thanks for all your help in advance!
executable start from menu with environment variables
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 17, 2012
10.10 Maverick x64
I have an executable which requires some startup scripts to run.
Set in .bashrc and start from shell work fine. But if I can the shortcut added in menu. It's not working, symptom is obviously missing environment variables.
Added those starup scripts in /etc/environment. The menu item starts with different behavior. Don't understand why.
Current using walkaround is using startup script set environment variable and start executable in one.
My Path variable within the Environment Variables is deleted, how can I fix it?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 15, 2012
I think that the I have deleted or set a wrong value to the Path variable within the Environment Variables in my Ubuntu server 12.10. I was able to log in from a text editor but don't know how to access the file to replace this value with the default "/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games"
It doesn't know any of the command or directories that I type!
Appreciate your help.
*I have many settings and programs on this server and don't want to lose them!
How to set PATH variables
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 16, 2006
This may be a terribly easy question but being a newbie to the whole Linux stuff... I dont have any other option than asking it openly and accepting frankly my ignorance..
So how to set environment variables in Linux.
I think I have to use set PATH variable..
But I am dont want to take risk..
Also unlike Windows there seems to be many paths...
Will export pathname=PATH1;PATH2; suffice?
Also how to view the current PATHs..
All info regarding environmental variable setiing and manipulating are welcome
Thanks to all
Environment Variables problem with Ubuntu & Tomcat
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2012
I am new to Linux and i have a very pressing problem here. I am currently working on my Final Year Project.
Here's the problem:
My server is running on Ubuntu with tomcat6 installed.
I have this env variable "PREDICT_HOME" defined with the value "/home/edusys/predictSystem". I can get this variable with no problems at the shell cmd line.
Here's the problem, when i run some code in my JSP file under tomcat, i get an entire different set of variables as compared to the set i see when i run "env" at the shell. "PREDICT_HOME" doesn't come out at all, i need that variable value to proceed.
What could be the problem?? I am new to Linux.
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