MacStumbler 0.7b released

MacStumbler 0.7b released

Postby korben » Fri Jul 11, 2003 2:24 pm

MacStumbler 0.7b has been released! New features are a revamped interface, GPS support, and wi-scan log format :) Head on over to macstumbler.com or download from this link.

Feel free to leave me feedback or bug reports in this thread, or you can email me at korben@cox.net. Thanks!
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Postby Nokia » Fri Jul 11, 2003 2:47 pm

Just what I was waiting for :)
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Postby Danny D » Tue Jul 22, 2003 8:41 am

great stuff.
First impressions, I like the revised layout especially the little tab (details) that shows the mac address etc..

Quick question, How can I use a gps device with my 12" powerbook? I have usb and firewire, ethernet and modem ports.Do you recomend a specific gps device ?
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Postby EvilCable » Tue Jul 22, 2003 9:16 am

Originally posted by Danny D
great stuff.
First impressions, I like the revised layout especially the little tab (details) that shows the mac address etc..

Quick question, How can I use a gps device with my 12" powerbook? I have usb and firewire, ethernet and modem ports.Do you recomend a specific gps device ?


You might want to try searching google. Even the forums here might provide some info. Also just looking up GPS for MAC might. The possiabilites are endless.

(its usually good manners not to bug the developer over stuff that has been asked/talked about a lot. If there is a bug or something, then you might want to ask 'em. Its like asking the developer of NetStumbler the same thing.)
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Postby woodssc » Tue Jul 22, 2003 10:01 am

Must be nice...
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Postby korben » Tue Jul 22, 2003 12:14 pm

Originally posted by Danny D

Quick question, How can I use a gps device with my 12" powerbook? I have usb and firewire, ethernet and modem ports.Do you recomend a specific gps device ?


The wardriving section of my site covers all this. Basically you need a gps that has data over serial and supports the NMEA protocol standard, with a usb to serial adapter to connect it to your computer.
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