Free Hotel Wifi over and over indefinitely with Python and Selenium

In some situations you need to fake / change / spoof a MAC address of your network interface. macchanger Linux command does this job in no time. With this tool you can change your mac address of any Ethernet network device wired or wireless.

Lets say IF the hotel you are at let each device use the internet for a limited amount of time, they must have a way of identifying each device. And a router tells devices apart is by their MAC addresses. Fortunately for us, we can change our MAC address easily.

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Mark Shuttleworth “Alright, Alright. I’m sorry!”


The Ubuntu issue is complex and hard to pinpoint exactly. I agree with Shuttleworth that the trademark response was blown completely out of proportion. However, I find some things about his apology confusing.

For example, why would Shuttleworth call a “sucks” site without even having the courtesy to mention it by name? The name sounds kind of derogatory.

I also should say that I don’t agree with Shuttleworth that vocal non-technical critics of software are wasting time. There’s at least one person behind every software project, and it shouldn’t be considered a bad thing to know about the people and circumstances outside the actual code. If anything, I’d think Shuttleworth would agree with that.

Lastly, it’s a bit peculiar that he didn’t address the elephant in the room: Why Ubuntu’s online search lenses aren’t disabled by default.

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