Code Snippets to be used with Computer Craft
Digging forward (for any kind of turtle):Edit
while turtle.detect() do -- detect if something is in front turtle.dig() -- dig it away os.sleep(1) -- wait for falling [item] to settle ; "sleep" means do nothing -- and wait an amount of time, defined in those brackets "(X)" end turtle.forward() -- move forward
while not turtle.forward() do -- move forward. If it did not work, do the rest turtle.dig() -- something must have been in front, dig it away os.sleep(0.1) -- sleep for 0.1 seconds end reboot
type this into your computer:
Read the things after the "--"
os.pullEvent = os.pullEventRaw -- this prevents the user from holding CTRL+T print("Password Please!") write("\nPasscode >> ") -- the \n makes a newline local doorSide = "Change this to the side your door is on" local passcode = "My Password" -- change to whatever you want the passcode to b local entered = read("*") -- You can change the * to any charecter you want local useComp = false -- Disable usage of the computer if(entered==passcode)then -- detects if you entered the correct passcode print("\nPasscode Accepted") redstone.setOutput(doorSide, true) --Send a signal to open the door sleep(3) -- The computer will do nothing for 3 seconds. redstone.setOutput(doorSide, true) --Send a signal again, but closes the door local useComp = true -- You will be able to use the compuer if you enter the passcode, change to false if you don't want that end if(useComp)then os.reboot end
When your done typing this, press CTRL, then press S (that's how you save) then press CTRL then E (to exit)
Now press and hold CTRL+R for 1 second to reboot, or you can just type "reboot"
Another Way (not as secure):Edit
edit [YOUR PASSWORD HERE]
Step 4 assumes the door is to the left of the computer (change "left" in the code as necessary):
print("Password Correct!") redstone.setOutput("left", true) os.sleep(6) redstone.setOuput("left", false) os.reboot()
If you had any problems with this last part, such as receiving errors, post it in the comments and someone will help you out.
Step 5: You're done!!!!!!!!!
Step 6 (optional): This step is usually used on multiplayer servers. If you do not want people hacking into your computer, there are simple steps to prevent this. One thing that they will do is use the edit command. To prevent this, just type in
edit edit print("No Hacking!")
Step 7 (optional): Like step 6 People can still hack into your computer... Some hackers just delete the startup, to fix this just type
edit rm print("No Hacking!")
And you're done! Hackers cannot hack. Another thing they might do is use lua, the main coding system, so just repeat the steps but edit the lua command instead.
How To Create an Override Mode for Your Door This will unlock a computer-controlled door and leave it open until the computer is rebooted. Step 1:
edit [override password]
print("Override Mode Accepted. Reboot once done...") redstone.setOutput("left",true)
When you're done overriding the door lock, reboot the door computer to turn off its redstone signal: