Visualizing site coverage with Google Earth (slow for dial-up)

Postby Thorn » Thu Feb 09, 2006 5:13 am

Monitr7 wrote:So if I'm in the coverage area, it's okay to use the inturweb, right?
Only if you're downloading pr0n, and illegal mp3s and movies. g8t recommends downloading pr0n movies with cheezy soundtracks to do all three at once.

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Dutch has done a great job on this. It is really awesome.
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Nice, Dutch!

Postby Monitr7 » Thu Feb 09, 2006 5:16 am

Thorn wrote:Only if you're downloading pr0n, and illegal mp3s and movies. g8t recommends downloading pr0n movies with cheezy soundtracks to do all three at once.

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G8t also says to lube up first. Not sure what that means...:D





Thorn wrote:Dutch has done a great job on this. It is really awesome.


Hear, hear! I'm going to definitely be checking this out in the future.
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Postby SignalSeeker » Thu Feb 09, 2006 12:26 pm

Monitr7 wrote:So if I'm in the coverage area, it's okay to use the inturweb, right?


Well of course it is if there is no security in place.

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Postby Monitr7 » Fri Feb 10, 2006 4:04 am

SignalSeeker wrote:Well of course it is if there is no security in place.

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Postby fluppel » Mon Feb 13, 2006 10:35 am

Hey Dutch, nice howto - would be nice if it'd be a bit more visible that it actually is MY php script, but anyway, I like seeing my script in use.

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Postby Dutch » Mon Feb 13, 2006 11:01 am

fluppel wrote:Hey Dutch, nice howto - would be nice if it'd be a bit more visible that it actually is MY php script, but anyway, I like seeing my script in use.

Philippe

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I have said that its your php script, see the original thread referred to in the first post. All copyright/left/ownership remarks are still present in the script. And as posted on your own blog, advised you about the posting of it as well as the minor changes I've made to it. If that isn't enough, I'm sorry.

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Postby theprez98 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 11:01 am

fluppel wrote:Hey Dutch, nice howto - would be nice if it'd be a bit more visible that it actually is MY php script, but anyway, I like seeing my script in use.

Philippe

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Philippe,

Your script is pretty cool. In the thread where Dutch originally posted your script (here), he wrote:
To produce a KML or KMZ file from kismet xml and gps files, there are several solutions available. I'm using another self revised version of the php based converter made by P. Niquille, and posted on http://www.niquille.com.
I like this one because you can use it to visualize the coverage by any specific detected network, based on the data from the .gps file...

This was the first time your script was mentioned and it is clear he did give you credit. He also left intact:
[PHP]Kismet to kml (Google Earth) log file converter alias "Kismet Earth"
Released by Philippe Niquille, philippe at niquille dot com, www.niquille.com[/PHP]
You might not have seen the original thread, so I just wanted to bring it to your attention.

Again, nice work on the script.
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Postby fluppel » Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:42 pm

Well thank you for pointing this out - so I didn't see that post..

But like I said, it's cool that my script is of any use at all :-)

Btw. I'm working on an update to come..
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Postby beakmyn » Mon Feb 13, 2006 2:50 pm

fluppel wrote:Well thank you for pointing this out - so I didn't see that post..

But like I said, it's cool that my script is of any use at all :-)

Btw. I'm working on an update to come..


It's a cool script. I'm working on integrating it's concept into my program, although there will be no php just the basic concept of the polys. Will mention you in the credits though for the concept.
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Postby theprez98 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 4:29 pm

fluppel wrote:Well thank you for pointing this out - so I didn't see that post..

But like I said, it's cool that my script is of any use at all :-)

Btw. I'm working on an update to come..

No problem, I figured you just hadn't seen it either. Keep up the good work.
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Postby fluppel » Sat Feb 18, 2006 1:15 am

beakmyn wrote:It's a cool script. I'm working on integrating it's concept into my program, although there will be no php just the basic concept of the polys. Will mention you in the credits though for the concept.


Cool! Could you give us some more information regarding your upcoming app? Keep us posted.
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Postby Dutch » Sat Feb 18, 2006 2:29 am

fluppel wrote:Cool! Could you give us some more information regarding your upcoming app? Keep us posted.

Look at beakmyns tagline... Then click on the line mentioning the converter.. ;)

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Postby syn-ack » Sun Feb 19, 2006 9:21 pm

Great stuff...the pan & tilt is excellent!

Is anyone working on a inverse distance weighted or a scatter plot or a interpolated power option?
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Postby syn-ack » Sun Feb 19, 2006 9:23 pm

BTW, anyone seen a usable gpsmap frontend? heard skuttlebutt one is out there...
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Postby Dutch » Mon Mar 13, 2006 7:31 am

syn-ack wrote:Great stuff...the pan & tilt is excellent!

Is anyone working on a inverse distance weighted or a scatter plot or a interpolated power option?

Doing a scatterplot shouldn't be to hard to incorporate in the php script. It is allready reading all the gps-point data from the .gps file. You just need to output it to the kml, as a point to plot. I'll have a go at it, when Dell returns my C600 from the repair center.
The interpolated power option and the inverse distance plots could also be added, but probably would take some more processing time to do. dragorns gpsmap program from the kismet package does a good job with the interpolated power plots, but also takes its time to do it. As the algorithms is available just by perusing the gpsmap sourcecode, it shouldn't be to hard for the so inclined to implement that feature in the php script.

I don't think a php interpreted app will be any faster than dragorns C++ coded application, au contraire.

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