Response: Yes, set up the port so that it forwards to your computer LAN IP address. Run the program "netcat" with arguments "-l [PC port]" so it listens on that port. (Netcat can be downloaded on Windows using Cygwin). Then run another instance of netcat and connect to the Internet IP address: "nc [your WAN IP] [your WAN port]". If port forwarding is working, you can type text into the client and see it on server.
Response: Download and run Streamripper:
streamripper.exe [stream URL] --xs2 -d [save folder] -m 1200 -o always
Response: Yes, you can install rear axle tensioners on the rear bolts.
Cheap type: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2251832780835077.html
Better type: https://www.amazon.com/Origin8-Chain-Tension-Adjuster-Black/dp/B001GPJY1O/
Take off the rear nuts, install the tensioners between the threads and the nuts. Tighten the tensioner so that the chain has reasonable tension. Then screw the rear axle nuts back on. The tensions hold the wheel against the frame so it can't slide forward.
Response: Person with intermediate-level experience and knowledge on the topics above.
Response: You can just append the binary files together then use a program such as mp3val (free program) to fix the mistakes. You won't be able to hear the difference. This method is much faster than joining mp3 files in a standard way.
Response: I use Google Drive for Google Docs. My little home server hosts a lot of different types of files: video DVR for ATSC, FiOS, security cameras, etc.
Response: It takes about 1-2 weeks to study the questions. There are three difficulty levels that determine your rank as an amateur radio operator. The passing score is forgiving so you can get some wrong. It's $15. It allows you to transmit over the radio pretty far away depending on your equipment and antenna. You don't need a license to receive radio signals. You can receive using a device such as the HackRF software-defined radio.
Response: Yes, using mitmproxy: https://mitmproxy.org/. It only requires adding a custom SSL root certificate to the operating system.
Response: Yes it is, on Windows: https://www.netresec.com/?page=RawCap
Response: It's already taken and sounds like asking Jesus Christ, which is beyond my expertise.