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Sat May 21, 2005 10:33 pm
Sir, that is what directional antennas are for. Check out tin-can waveguide antennas or, "Cantennas" as they're often called, or look into getting a nice high-gain directional antenna For situations such as yours, I've often found that warfloating is a great solution, if you have access to a boat t...
Sat May 21, 2005 9:33 pm
That says it's for PocketPC 2003. I'm actually using Windows CE 2.11 Pro. I can find several apps for CE3.x, PPC2000-2003 and HPC2000-2003. Nothing runs on CE 2.x tho. :( I ordered an SDK/API kit from MS for CE a while ago. I'll see if I have it still (of course I do, but where did I stick it?) and...
Mon Oct 25, 2004 2:39 am
Toshiba Satellite CDT400 - Gentoo (FreeBSD probably when 5.3-RELEASE is official)/Pentium (don't remember clock speed, don't have it with me) I've got a stack of Toshiba lappys. A bunch of them are Pentiums. IIRC the 400 is a P-75. If you want parts, I've got 'em in spades. Off the top of my head I...
Thu Oct 07, 2004 10:22 pm
Topic: My wardriving rig
ax0n LOVES his cars... :lol: I'll have to do some work to get a better setup in the truck. And my new rig is coming along. A Compaq LTE 5380, P133, 2GB, 32MB, w/ a (first charge test of) 2+ hr battery. Woo! A whole 43MHz bootst, but a loss of 8MB RAM. Maybe it's that XGA displayh that I like so much...
Mon Aug 23, 2004 9:37 pm
Does the orinoco do monitor mode, or are you doing active polling like I'm doing under 4.9 w/o source patches? I've been thinking of going back to the WPC11 Rev. 1 toget easy monitor mode, but the TrueMobile 1150 has much better signal.
Tue Aug 10, 2004 11:26 pm
I've got that 6Gb drive laying around. I'd use it and partition it but the Tosh doesn't seem to like the FreeBSD boot manager. Maybe I'll give it another go and have a multi-boot setup. Of course a nice 2GB drive would be easier to deal with than several GB of free space on a P-90.
Tue Aug 10, 2004 9:54 pm
We had a 3 car wardrive caravan on Fri. after the 2600 meet. I've yet to post my logs, but ax0n and asmodianx may have theirs up. Woo. Yeah. Heh. Anyway, I guess I'm lucky to live on the other side of the city from ax0n so we don't generally scan the same areas, and I'll end up getting more discover...
Sat Aug 07, 2004 5:53 am
And that would have been my friend ax0n (currently#126 on the stats) posting that... And the links works for me, but Mozilla grumbles about certificates.
Tue Aug 03, 2004 4:08 am
I nabbed that patch, it'll be applied before I pollute more logs... Is there anything much to do for my old logs? And I'm assuming you guys are fixing what's in the DB from my uploads?
Mon Aug 02, 2004 10:30 pm
Arg, I swear I was logged in when I posted that. I logged in on purpose just to do it...