My first attempt of building a gradient descent model using OpenSCAD.
Discovered LineageOS https://lineageos.org/ which is a replacement operating system for Android phones. The advantage of using LineageOS versus Android, is that it removes all the Google tracking apps. Basically, provides more privacy. LineageOS is running on my PlusOne 7 Pro phone, which I bought on amazon for $150, which may be a defect because theContinue reading “LineageOS replacement for Android”
I have heard that 3D printing, machine learning and nanotechnology are the three future technologies that will be big in the near future. I have been 3D printing for many years, and study machine learning for the last few years. I decided to learn more about nanotechnology and listen to audible book, Nano “The ScienceContinue reading “Nanotechnology My latest interest”
The 7 Raspberry Pi 4 mounted on a POE+ network router that provides power to all the Raspberry Pi. Less cabling and clutter of Power cables. The 7 RPis are running 64 bit Raspbian OS developer workstation(1), 64 bit docker developer stations, 32 bit developer station, 32 bit WireShark, 32 bit Kali LInux, 32 bitContinue reading “RPi4 Rack with POE+”
Today, 10/10/2021, I have reached over half million WiFi SIDs, after a short trip to Midsummer Brewing in Westfield, NC and back to Winston Salem. https://midsummerbrewing.wixsite.com/mysite/home
TicWatch Pro is cool because it’s an Android and it run Android software. I’m still in the process of installing Kali NetHunter on watch. It’s installing without errors, however it’s not showing in app selection. NetHunter runs basic hacking Kali software tools. It’s not a practical environment, because keying commands on tiny keyboard is notContinue reading “Kali NetHunter on TicWatch Pro”
Starting on a new workstation. The mounting holes did not line up with any of the motherboard wholes. The fix was to mark and drill new holes in the cases, and then used 1 inch spacers to raise the board up high enough, to clear a bar for cables.
List of my favorite open source projects. Kistmetwireless/Kismethttps://kismetwireless.org/ https://github.com/kismetwireless/kismet/ OpenWRT/OpenWRThttps://github.com/openwrt/openwrt Inmoovhttp://inmoov.fr/ MyRobotLab/Inmoovhttps://github.com/MyRobotLab/InMoov wireshark/wiresharkhttps://github.com/wireshark/wireshark offensive-security / NetHunterhttps://github.com/offensive-security/kali-nethunterMoved to GitLabhttps://gitlab.com/kalilinux/nethunter/build-scripts/kali-nethunter-project torvalds/linuxhttps://github.com/torvalds/linux Raspberrypi/Documentationhttps://github.com/raspberrypi/documentation paralax / Awesome HoneyPotshttps://github.com/paralax/awesome-honeypots Hak5 / Pineapple-moduleshttps://github.com/hak5/wifipineapple-modules sindresorhus/awesome (List of awesome projects)https://github.com/sindresorhus/awesome cslarsen/mandelbrot-jshttps://github.com/cslarsen/mandelbrot-js
Latest update on my quantum Pi4 alpha design. Picture below are 3 Raspberry Pi 4 with 8 GB Memory, 64 Meg SSD card and running Raspbian OS 64 bit. All cooled with super cooler tower with LCD lights. Plans are to add 4 more nodes and make it running kubernetes cluster and TensorFlow.
TARPN Terrestrial Amateur Radio Packet Network The group is setting up two TARPN nodes, using Raspberry Pi 3, NinoTNC, old radios used in buses, antenna, power supply etc. The two nodes will talk with each other at a short distance using UHF frequency. Once complete, another node will be built for the mixxer with aContinue reading “Working on TARPN network”