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24 Jul 2005
I've built IPKs of the latest versions of Kismet and Flite. They are available from my unstable feed.
kismet 2005.06.R1-1 - Wireless 802.11b monitoring tool
Kismet is a 802.11b wireless network sniffer. It is capable of sniffing using almost any supported wireless card using the Airo, HostAP, Wlan-NG, and Orinoco (with a kernel patch) drivers.
Can make use of sox and festival to play audio alarms for network events and speak out network summary on discovery. Optionally works with gpsdrive to map scanning.
I have built Kismet with its config dir set to /etc/kismet rather than /usr/etc as in the old package. The config files included in the package are just the defaults from the source so you'll need to edit them to set up your capture source and disable GPS and sound etc. See the README in kismet-doc for the list of available capture source types.
If you want to use sound you can tell Kismet to use /usr/bin/mplayer instead of /usr/bin/play but make sure you only do this in kismet_ui.conf or kismet.conf, not both (since one config file is for the client and the other is for the server). Kismet can now use flite for text-to-speech, see below.
flite 1.2 - A small run-time speech synthesis engine
Flite is a small fast run-time speech synthesis engine. It is the latest addition to the suite of free software synthesis tools including University of Edinburgh's Festival Speech Synthesis System and Carnegie Mellon University's FestVox project, tools, scripts and documentation for building synthetic voices. However, flite itself does not require either of these systems to run.
Flite has been built with static binaries to save a little space but please let me know if you'd like the shared library version instead (in case you want to run other software that makes use of the Flite libraries). Be warned that the flite package takes up about 11MB when installed! There are two binaries in the flite package - flite (the text-to-speech engine, e.g. flite "Hello World") and flite_time (which converts a specified time into an english sentence, e.g. flite_time `date +%H:%M`).
Please let me know if you have trouble with any of the packages.
9 May 2005
I've just compiled by latest favourite game for pdaXrom!
BurgerSpace is a clone of the classic game "BurgerTime". In it, you play the part of a chef who must create burgers by stepping repeatedly on the ingredients until they fall into place. And to make things more complicated, you also must avoid evil animate food items while performing this task, with nothing but your trusty pepper shaker to protect you.
You can grab it from my unstable feed.
I had to patch it to support 640x480 but it looks perfect in full-screen mode. Even though it uses SDL it doesn't seem to work correctly when not running under X. Ignore the burgerspace-sounds package since running it without --no-sound produces an error. I will try to fix this if anyone needs sound.
NB: This screenshot is not from my 640x480 version.
16 Feb 2005
The Paketto Keiretsu is a collection of tools that use new and unusual strategies for manipulating TCP/IP networks.
This package includes:
16 Oct 2004
I've modified mb-applet-system-monitor so that it no longer always shows 100% CPU usage. In the below screenshot the applet on the right is the original version and my modified version is on the left:
I haven't bothered making an ipk for it since it's only one file and can just be copied over the original - make a backup copy first though!
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