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These days, when I warcycle or warwalk, I mostly just run the Android wigle.net app on my Android phone. If you are going to run with a laptop, either use one that has a SSD hard drive, or keep it in your backpack, or both. Spinning hard drives in panniers get a lot of vibration and shock that tend ...
My GPS is a SiRF Star III chipset compact flash card that has a PCMCIA to CF adapter and I have been running with the internal Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG adapter and internal antenna in my Sony Vaio FE550G. I was worried about the shock to the hard drive going over bumps and with the road vibration ...
I mostly run netstumbler on my laptop in my waterproof backpack as I bicycle around town. Is everyone else wardriving? I'd love to hear what sort of hardware any warcyclists or warwalkers are using. If I could figure out a really low power system, it would be fun to bring a scanning setup on a multi...
Thu Nov 22, 2007 5:59 am
Except when I am on vacation and rent a car, all of my results are from warcycling. Being in a dense metro area, Seattle, I can pick up a few hundred new APs in 20 minutes of bicycling. My rides are limited to the 3 hour battery life of my laptop. When I am hitting it hard and heavy, I might do 40 m...
Thu Nov 22, 2007 5:38 am
Forum: Stumbler Meet and Greet
Topic: Whatcom County, Washington