[clug-talk] Freifunk (wireless mesh) in Calgary
jonno at shaw.ca
Tue May 23 21:30:45 PDT 2006
I'm interested in helping setup a free wireless network, I live in
Cranston in the SE. I am a complete newbie about such things but am
willing to learn new things. I don't know anything about the hardware
or software or whats involved but will gladly participate in any kind of
wireless mesh/repeater network .... thing. :) It sounds like fun.
I'm just having obscure grandiose visions of playing MP games with tons
of other people wirelessly and not using the internet and not on the
Kin Wong wrote:
> simon wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> OK time to be proactive :-)
>> I'm suggesting that 'we' (anyone who is interested) meet up either Wed
>> (24th May) or Thurs (25th May) evening to chat about what a 'Calgary
>> Freifunk' network could be and how 'we' might go about getting there.
>> I'm on the North side (64th Ave N) but it's probably best to suggest
>> somewhere in the South - as that's (I believe) where most people are
>> Only criteria is that the meeting starts after 7.00pm and is somewhere
>> that serves (reasonable) food or that I can bring my own.
> Wed good for me as well -- didn't know it involved hacking a Linksys WRT54G.
> Three questions if anyone can shed some light:
> Will it work on a Linksys WKPC54G -- I just picked on up as it comes
> with a wireless card for 130. Who currently carries the Linksys WRT54G
> with the rebate -- when I was looking for a replacement last week, I
> didn't see any rebates.
> Will someone be bringing their Linksys WRT54G, my last one blewup and I
> suspect the power supply but it gives me the correct voltage output but
> have not tested it under load and I am not getting any blinking lights.
> How does one determine the version of the OS.
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