I will present two examples to generate an md5 hash from an input string. The first example uses the openssl.
$ echo -n 'text to be encrypted' | openssl md5
The second example uses md5sum.
$ echo -n 'text to be encrypted' | md5sum
This is all.
The error is this:
Error getting a Request Token: Cannot connect to proxy ()
To solve this you need to do these steps: Under System Settings->Network->Network proxy – this is under online Accounts on the same menu, switching to None will solve this error
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I might encounter when I compile with code::blocks one C++ file.
You won’t get that error.
warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to 'char*'
You need to make an explicit typecast:
char *AppTitle=((char *)"Windows-1");
It is a common error, especially when taken enter predefined scripts. For example scripts from Google Gadgets. You need to use in the script this :
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