WarXing is the hypernym for every activity that is related to war<put_in_verb_or_noun>ing.
“Wardriving is the act of searching for Wi-Fi wireless networks by a person in a moving vehicle, using a portable computer, smartphone or personal digital assistant (PDA).” ( Source: Wikipedia - Wardriving )
“Warchalking is the drawing of symbols in public places to advertise an open Wi-Fi wireless network. Inspired by hobo symbols, the warchalking marks were conceived by a group of friends in June 2002 and publicised by > Matt Jones who designed the set of icons and produced a downloadable document containing them.” ( Source: Wikipedia: Warchalking )
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All listed navigation devices work with gpsd.
What to do when an Access Point shows up several times, but with slightly different positioning coordinates? –> Coordinates average?
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<sxh bash;> ~:$ modprobe garmin_gps ~:$ ls /dev | grep ttyUSB0 ttyUSB0 # this should be your device, 0 can differ </sxh>
Connect the device to your computer and choose “No”, if being asked to use the Oregon as a mass storage device.
Here's our WifiSec bash startup script:
<sxh bash;> #!/usr/bin/bash
# modprobe first modprobe garmin_gps pid=`pidof gpsd` kill -9 $pid # kill gpsd because fuck you gpsd /dev/ttyUSB0 # restart kismet -f /etc/kismet/wifisec.conf # run kismet with wifisec config </sxh>