Opera Channel!!!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by lucajucan, May 17, 2009.

May 17, 2009

Opera Channel!!! by lucajucan at 4:39 PM (1,157 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. lucajucan
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    Member lucajucan GBAtemp Regular

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    In the opera Channel there are 3 files named Root :

    ":Pserver;username=hokkaido-builder;password=chalub12;hostname=cvs.intern.opera.no:/var/cvs/cvsroot"


    anyone have any more news about what may be this file?
    bye.
     
  2. Adr990

    Member Adr990 To boldly go where no man has gone before!

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    Maybe it is your WiFi set up?
     
  3. anaxs

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    im pretty sure it is ur wifi setup
     
  4. WB3000

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    im pretty sure it's developer CVS accounts for managing source code control. [​IMG]
     
  5. forbore

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    The other day I was browsing the Opera files and found a file named "Copy of ..."! Beside it was the real file! Guess they use Windows to do their Opera browser for the wii.
     
  6. madmikeuk

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    It's a dev cvs file. Nothing new, found it about 4 months ago. Emailed Opera about it and they never got back to me, so either the password is changed or its only internally accessible.

    Oh and forbore, there is a UNIX style root in it, so while the machines that the code is written on are Windows based, it seems that their automated builder bot runs on a POSIX compliant system, most likely a linux, possibly a BSD derivative.

    EDIT: As it is an internal build bot it would make no sense to make it available outside their internal network, especially for security reasons. So I would presume it poses no threat at all.
     

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