It should run on any system that has 3.x installed; Linux, Windows, OSX, etc. Be aware that the colored text only works on Linux/Unix based systems. It runs fine on Windows, I wrote around the limitation so that everything works and looks fine, you just won't have fancy text highlighting.
Disclaimer: PyNuker is a network stress testing tool. It creates what is known as a DoS (Denial of Service) attack. I wrote it for my own personal use because I was having some issues with my home network and wanted an excuse to play around in Python. I released it publicly in the hopes that others might find it useful whether that be on their personal home network, or a technician on the network they maintain.
I take absolutely no responsibility for your actions if you decide to use PyNuker for illegal or otherwise malicious purposes. If you decide to use PyNuker as a tool to attack others, the results of your actions are completely your own fault.
Changelog: 17 November 2015
Marcus Dean Adams (email@example.com)
- Updated for Python 3 compatibility. This breaks Python 2
functionality. If you do not have access to Python 3, please
use an older version of PyNuker.
- Corrected dates in Changelog.
- Cleaned up code
- Added some more error handling to check for the correct version of Python, import failures, improper port numbers, etc.
- Added colored text support for Linux
- Moved licensing information to a new "License.txt" file.
You can download the new version at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/mupen64plusgtk/
Changes in this version include:
- Removed another line referencing my experiments with suspending screensavers.
- Added some error handling so that if certain errors are encountered the
user will be presented with an actual error dialog explaining the nature of
the failure instead of the program crashing with no output.
- Added images to display during error messages and such.
- Added built in text viewer for displaying the log file (asks the user) in the event of an error.
Tossed in a little Dr. Who humor for the last test run for the screenshot, :P
When I'm done with the updated version, I'll upload it to the project's page on SourceForge.
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