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 a stronger signal and antenna mounted on building and eventually we will connect across the NC hopping from one node to the next.
I finally got around found a case for my raspberry pi 4 running OctoPrint and controlling my 3d printer remotely. Plus check the status of the print and watch video of the 3d Print progress. My biggest issue was determining a way to attach to the printer itself. For past six months, its be just setting on the side. My first thought was to drill holes to frame and screw on case. However, I determine the easiest and most solid way would be to use ties.
Painting keyboards! Who what of thought that would be fun. Here is one of my first one. Went to Goodwill and found cheap and working keyboards. Pulled of the keys. Tapes and spray painted areas. Put dots over the key symbols.
Kismet can be found running WarDriving up under Nethunter app, however it also needs an external wifi adapter to run well. Attaching a USBadapter dongle, I was able to use the ALFA AWUS036ACS. From a command prompt
apt-get install firmware-atheros # this not be required
ifconfig wlan1 up
ip link set wlan1 up
airmon-ng start wlan1
Then started wardriving, open browser and started resource.