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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - fuckyouto
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Writes a script that connects to a 2 Terabyte server dedicated to storage...
No.
User avatar #8 to #1 - sinonyx
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put flash drive in computer
script runs
connects to server
storage

it probably opens up IE or chrome, and puts into all the information for the server
#152 to #8 - fuckyouto
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That's not how FTP works.
User avatar #15 - maggotarms
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can any computer literate people confirm or deny that this is possible? the comment section seems to be in two minds
#39 to #15 - anon id: d4a59ac2
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You can't partition a removable drive. So no this is not possible.
#43 to #39 - anon id: fac1e3c3
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You can partition a removable drive, but windows will only be able to access the first partition.
#52 to #43 - likeabox
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The Anon above is right, you could make the first partition a FAT with 2kb and the other partition could be ext4 or ext5 (standard Linux file systems) or any other file system unreadable to windows. The fact that Windows 7 doesn't recognize Linux formats urks me because whenever I want to copy some files to the sd card that contains the debian based Raspbian Wheezy os for my Raspberry Pi, I can't, not without special software.
P.S Yes, it is entirely possible for a thirteen year old to do this, being thirteen myself I have done a similar project with an FTP server
#56 to #15 - anon id: 2f85ecd1
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it is possible and very easy in fact just create your ftp server (the amount of storage would depend on the computer thats running the server) , download a ftp client and put it on a flash drive and you essentially doing the same thing
#67 to #15 - anon id: 63aabb51
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It is. Software engineer. And it would have been useful 10 years ago when we hadn't have dropbox and skydrive. Because then your files would have been syncronized.
But what he did is impractical due to that fact that he could just use dropbox or skydrive
#121 to #15 - anon id: 8bda8310
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Its possible, but totally stupid and unusable unless you have very fast internet.
#153 to #15 - fuckyouto
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In practice yes, but no not to be able to FTP to a server.
You first need to know what OS will be used, mac, unix, windows and for each diff OS you have to write different scripts. Windows you need to open command then dos then connect that way, but you would not have drag and drop file swapping you would have to input the raw dog way. Windows no longer allows USP plug and play like a CD so you would have to hack the chipset of the USB to allow it to act as a DVD/CD. ALSO No matter what you do the password and username for your server would be on the USB at all times and cannot be locked in a text file that anyone can open so if you lose that and you do not change the pass quick enough and anyone gets into your server you are ******.
User avatar #166 to #153 - maggotarms
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aye, that does seem the general consensus, cheers
#168 to #15 - anon id: 5897067c
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Computer science major. Anon because I've never had a use for an account. Now I can start; Indeed this is ********. Scripts aren't anything that you can write in a TXT doc and just start up and connect. Also, you need a lot more than 1KB to transfer any data unless you want to be there forever; it's stupid to partition that just to make a point. Lastly, scripts are used inside HTML files, you could use a BAT or an EXE, but even at that, you're still very limited to what you can transfer: I.E. Most pure text documents, and VERY basic picture types (PNG JPG and BMP).
User avatar #169 to #168 - maggotarms
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cheers mate! ahah i never knew fj were this helpful
#29 to #15 - rupok
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Its possible but extremely inconvenient, because it would require an internet connection so there is no point to the flashdrive, unless its a security tool to access his porn stash or something on that 2TB.
User avatar #111 to #15 - vedomajkatrololol
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did a 13 yr old do it? no. can it be done? yes. can this person do it? no. why? no one have 2tb of ftp for JUST storage like that. big ********
User avatar #167 to #111 - maggotarms
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cheers mate, someone finally explained it in terms i understand haha
User avatar #16 to #15 - marcothespud
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I would say it is possible, personally my router can accept nearly any USB to use as an FTP storage, I use this because I work at home and work and this way I don't always lose a USB stick.

Continuing with the point you could easily make an exe to open the FTP through a browser such as chrome, I think one of my friends did this when we did A level computing together.
User avatar #20 to #16 - maggotarms
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cheers mate
User avatar #22 to #20 - SergeantPWN
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It's possible; do I believe a 13-year old did this? Not really.

And FTP is just File-Transfer Protocol, so as long as the USB communicates to the dedicated server through that protocol's rules, I don't see why it wouldn't work. The problem is anyone can also write a script to do that same thing the USB device does, except on their computer, provided the server is unprotected.

TL;DR: Works, but wouldn't really recommend doing it.
User avatar #32 to #22 - maggotarms
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yeah, seems complicated for a 13 year old, cheers mate
#155 to #22 - fuckyouto
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The only way is to write a script that OPENS a FTP file or installs one and input your own password and username to get into the server. The only other way is for windwos "DOS" and you do not have drag and drop everything is in console. same with mac and unix, its all command line. Either way your username and pass for the server is always on the USB so you have a security issue, not to mention
ITS A ******* 2 TB SERVER THAT A ******* DUMBASS USES FOR STORAGE!!! What kind of ******* moron would upload a 2 terabytes of data to a ******* server! EVEN 1 GIG IS TOO MUCH FOR MOST COMPANY'S BANDWITH!
User avatar #160 to #155 - SergeantPWN
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I completely understand what you're saying, but it could be a richfag and they have their own dedicated server.
User avatar #34 to #22 - mourningwolf
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Unless he has a key file that the ftp server uses to authenticate access..but still, I'm not so sure he did this by himself..he could be a computer whiz, who knows.
User avatar #35 to #34 - mourningwolf
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p.s who wants to try this? I'm in ^^
#156 to #35 - fuckyouto
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/open Filezilla;
/username: Dickbutt;
/password: ass;
/connect;


Done.
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#100 to #22 - anon id: b2f62261
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beethoven was an accomplished pianist at 4 yrs old and wrote his first concerto by 6. Why would you doubt that a 13yr old couldn't set up an FTP?
#106 to #100 - anon id: 0859b21f
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Because Beethoven was a musical genius, and a piano has a logical simple structure (lighter tones to the right, and darker to the left). He played the ******* piano when he was deaf man.

Computing language isn't necessarily as logical, and it's much more advanced.
User avatar #81 to #22 - poniesareghey
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any /g/ user could **** this out when they were 7.
#154 to #16 - fuckyouto
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How does one use an internet browser to File Transfer Protocol to a server?!?
How does one use an internet browser to File Transfer Protocol to a server?!?
User avatar #161 to #154 - marcothespud
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You type ftp:// *IP Address* into the address bar and then, if needed, enter the username and password. I think nearly every browser supports this, I know for certain chrome does.
#30 - DeathKnight
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and then the internet goes down.
User avatar #140 to #30 - xbonezbreaker
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mmm, so much spaghetti
#48 to #30 - sullykid
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Found it
User avatar #49 to #48 - cowandchicken
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You would make an excellent electrician. and you must've been good at Wheres Waldo books
#139 to #49 - anon id: ca64b512
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wait, there was a book of it ?
User avatar #159 to #139 - cowandchicken
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Yes there are plenty of Wheres Waldo books
User avatar #73 to #49 - pwnfrnzy
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I think the correct term would be Networking specialist or some ****. I don't think Electricians work with Networking.
User avatar #74 to #73 - cowandchicken
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Well guess what....Ok i might have been thinking of the wrong picture..and i relize now that i was
User avatar #71 to #48 - rockamekishiko
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but where does it plug in?
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#83 - curveball
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What's the point of putting this on a USB stick? If your internet went down you couldn't access the data. You may as well just store it online directly and cut out the middle man.
#99 to #83 - anon id: 8c127add
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Except Google Drive only has 15 GB of storage (unless you pay for it), not 2 TB.
User avatar #92 to #83 - kousei
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it's like having a key and a password lock. Getting a password is easy, but getting the key is harder. on unauthorized access.
#21 - mrrickystephens
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"It's bigger on the inside"

Isn't that what she said.
#25 to #21 - someoneforamoment
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How did she find out?
#4 - taurusguy
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2TB, fake, i mean, if you really have that then you have to have a constant internet connection on the flash drive, and i am pretty sure you wont get fast as **** internet on it, if you are lucky you get WIFI, but it would be easier to make it 3G, because it has a higher area of influence, by that i mean 3G would be easier to connect to, wont have to search for WIFI. Also, if you are at 3G then you will most likely be able to download 1MB a second at most which also means it will take a bit of time to transfer big files, a few hundred MB, it would be easy to carry a few KB of **** around, but why would you need 2TB for files that are only a few KB big? A cool idea but if that is how it works then it sucks.
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#55 to #4 - taurusman
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You have brought disgrace upon the mighty Taurus people. You shall be banished for this.
User avatar #7 to #4 - sinonyx
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dude... you do reailize that you plug a flashdrive into a computer
which then runs a script
to pull from and store stuff on to the ftp server
#36 to #7 - anon id: d4a59ac2
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Dude... You realize you can't partition a removable drive.
User avatar #50 to #36 - sinonyx
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a friend of mine took one of my flash drives, and changed it so it'd stoer data differently or some ****, and i had 2 extra gigs of data that could be stored on it

if you can do that, i'm sure you can get a flash drive to only have 1kb
#42 to #36 - anon id: 416c9cf6
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Yes you can.
#9 to #7 - taurusguy
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What if the computer doesnt have an internet connection? The one i said is better, or if you want you can carry around an internet stick to get some internet you need.
#11 to #9 - anon id: 63ddb6de
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Dude just shut the **** up and enjoy the joke.
Holy ******* ****, it's funny man quit being a mad little bitch
User avatar #23 to #11 - wbrehmer
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Let me go Anon and curse people out. Asshole.
#26 to #11 - taurusguy
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It was a joke? I thought it was just an awesome little thing that someone made and named after an awesome show, because the name fits. I dont see how that is in ANY way funny.
#60 to #26 - rakoom
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Then let me elaborate. The TARDIS is a blue phone-booth. But its huuuuge when you step into it. Makes sense now? Its an inside-joke only those who know the TARDIS from Dr. Who understand.
User avatar #3 - kimilsung
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Don't lie to me
#112 to #3 - anon id: 16187ac2
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Don't lie to your people
User avatar #133 to #3 - kimjongeun
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Grandpa?
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#75 - anon id: cce7b756
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I'm tired of these ******* Dr. Faggot posts. Watch a real show, or make a new site only for Dr. Who Faggotry.
#105 to #75 - anon id: 479967d7
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********* KILL YOURSELF
#132 to #75 - mapleknight
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My perfected impersonation of this anon.
My perfected impersonation of this anon.
User avatar #136 to #75 - redrex
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i would like to point out how Doctor Who IS a real show, and Doctor Who posts are not very common at all
User avatar #84 to #75 - thatspearheadguy
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Nah.
User avatar #86 to #75 - thelastprothean
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You seem to be upset due to your inability to appreciate what the Doctor stands for, what he does, and how he does it.
#102 to #75 - tynerd
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"dr.faggot"
#90 to #75 - sirbrentcoe
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...obvious troll is obvious...
...obvious troll is obvious...
#82 to #75 - mythicdragoon
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#87 to #75 - fuckedbyapony
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Comment Picture
#78 to #75 - asasqw
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Doctor Who is one of the more respected channels on funnyjunk. You are far more likely to go away than it is.
Doctor Who is one of the more respected channels on funnyjunk. You are far more likely to go away than it is.
User avatar #6 - noneckcomics
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K.