[kismac] Re: Maps (was Re: KisMAC 0.09a_

  • From: Johnny Cache <johnycsh@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 11:17:25 -0600 (CST)

Hi Theodore,

I've actually been modifying gpsdrive lately for a school project to track
planes using gps things so i thought id give you a rundown on how it

gpsdrive already has the ability to draw AP's out of a mysql DB as
generated by kismet. The most straight forward solution is probably to
just get kismac to put AP's in a db in the same format. would probably be
pretty easy.

gpsdrive also has the ability to draw "friends" by connecting to a
friendserver. The protocol is remarkably simple (just plain text.) I wrote
a little perl program that proxy's data from our database of plane
positions to gpsdrive's friend server. ill send you the code if your
Theres a script included with gpdrive to generate the table. "createdb" or
something similliar

Best of luck

On Thu, 18 Mar 2004, Theodore wrote:

> Not to shoot down Michael's great work, but I just export the data to a
> wi-scan summary and map them using stumbverter on my windows machine.
> Another cool way to map would be to use gpsdrive and use the way that
> it can map as you drive using data from a mysql DB.. I'm going to look
> into this, and see how hard it would be to implement.
> --
> Theodore                       www.wpgwifi.com
> BOFH excuse #394: Jupiter is aligned with Mars
> On 18-Mar-04, at 11:10 PM, Ryan Verner wrote:
> >
> > All I'm trying to do is probe out KisMAC's functionality to see how I
> > can get it to be useful against my maps; there's obviously various
> > ways this can be done, and I'm still very new to gps/mapping.  No
> > offense to anybody intended.
> >
> > R
> >
> > --
> >
> > Signature space for rent.
> >
> >

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