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Tue May 17, 2005 7:57 pm
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Well, here I am, posting from my Jornada 680 via wifi.
I still have to find some stumbling software that runs on this thing.
Have you tried this?
Thu Apr 14, 2005 9:19 pm
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Anybody wardrive this one yet? ... uote]Intel has rigged up a Wi-Fi hotspot just 80km from the North Pole, presumably so that Sir Ranaulph Fiennes and his ilk can check his email next time they take a little stroll across the ice-pack.[/quote]
Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:14 pm
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Re: er

there's no location data in there. is there a full dtd? My GPS was off at the time. Here's a sample (0 lat/lon because no fix) <Location> <Latitude>0</Latitude> <Longitude>0</Longitude> <Altitude>0</Altitude> <Speed unit="knot">0</Speed> <Heading>0</Heading> <IsValid>False</IsValid> </Location> The...
Fri Feb 25, 2005 7:18 pm
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Suggestion: Import Kasuei's WiFi Graph data

A new scanner for Pocket PC: The output file it is log.wfg <Log startTime="05-02-25 13:21:24"> <Entry at="104384"> <BssList xmlns=""> <Bss version="1.0" xmlns="
Tue Feb 15, 2005 2:22 pm
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Another script - WFFF .txt to KISMET .csv

This one converts the WiFiFoFum TXT format into KISMET CSV which has more information than the WIS (channel, proper first and last seen date) Run with gawk -f txt2csv.awk {wififofum.txt} Save as txt2csv.awk BEGIN { RS = "\n" FS = "," OFS=";" # or , ? ORS = "\n" # wfff .txt is # $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 ...
Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:38 pm
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Convert WIGLE Query HTML into a CSV file for mapping

First, if you don't have the GNU AWK tool, here is where to get it for the Win32 platform: Then save your WiGLE query as a plain HTML file (In MSIE: File,Save As, Web Page HTML only) The following script should be saved as wig2gps.awk BEGIN { # Configure AWK to treat...
Mon Feb 07, 2005 6:46 pm
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Massage WFFF .WIS with GAWK script

1. Find a binary of GNU awk for your platform: ( for Windows ) 2.Save this to fixwis.awk: BEGIN { RS = "\n" FS = "\t" OFS=FS } # Fix minutes instead of months in header (configured with 'gawk -v month=mm ...' ) $1 ~ /^# \$DateGMT\:/ { if (month>0) { $0 = substr($0,1,1...

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