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> Casual Association..., Can it be done ?
post Feb 15 2006, 03:41 AM
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Has anyone yet devised a way to easily associate a Zaurus C-xx00 with a newly discovered AP ?

As I troll around Japan (and this will likely continue when I return to the US) there are indeed many unsecured access points (particularly in the bigger cities). But its kind of a pain to have to scan via Wellenreiter, jot down the pertinent info (either on the Z or a napkin or something) and then have to create a whole new wifi setup. NOTE! I am very glad I CAN do that though. And all those who made that possible (Maslovsky (as I am a very content Cacko rom user), and those who create Wellenreiter) have my deepest thanks. But it would be nice to have it automated.
I know the best answer to this dilemma is to code such an app/utility myself, but my coding skills in Linux are very limited (as of today anyway, I'm workin' on it...) so I just thought I'd check and see if anyone had already mashed such up. I know I'm not the only one who would like a 'site survey' feature...

Second, and somewhat related question, someone created an ipk called somthing alogn the lines of 'slapa$$' a while ago for the 5500. As I recall it enabled one to associate fairly automatically with open APs that were detected by Kismet (ar was it Wellenreiter ?). Anyway, any chance this works on the C1000 ?

Thanks all, and I apologize if this topic is addressed in another thread. I did look beforehand, but couldn't find a similar enough topic.

Thanks again !
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TsingTao   Casual Association...   Feb 15 2006, 03:41 AM
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