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Wireless Battle Mesh v3 (WBMv3) next 02-06 June 2010 in Bracciano Roma (IT)

The next ‘Wireless Battle Mesh’ will take place from  Wed 2nd till Sun 6th of June in Bracciano (near Rome), Italy. The event aims to bring together people from across Europe to test the performance of different routing protocols for ad-hoc networks, like Babel, B.A.T.M.A.N., and OLSR. This third WBM will be improving the testbed conditions for mesh protocols with standardized testing procedures that will be reported after the event

BattleWirelessMesh2009 – April 11-12 @ TmpLab :: Organizations updates

We are pleased to confirm the coming up WirelessBattleMesh April11-12th at the TMPLAB with the battle of the three mesh wireless protocols. PLANNING *Friday 10th : Welcoming of the first people coming and flashing of the node + configuration of the nodes *Sat 11th : **Morning : setting up the nodes on-site and validation of the different subnets. **Afternoon : first series of tests and measurements with fixed nodes *Sun

BattleWirelessMesh2009 – April 11-12 @ TmpLab – Sponsors Update

SPONSORS updates The TmpLab is pleased to announce the support of two first sponsors for the BattleWirelessMesh to help this event to be the one occasion a have a real case mesh test-bed. Wireless-fr (http://wireless-fr.org)  will be providing 8 nodes (Buffalo) FON (http://fon.com) will be providing 25 nodes (WRT54G) We are still looking for more supports from the community and from the vendors to complete our architecture. DEVELOPERS updates Already

First TMPLAB Wireless Battle Mesh – April 11-12th 2009 @ tmplab

We are pleased to announce that the /tmp/lab  will be organizing a Spring Wireless OpenWRT Mesh Contest called “Wireless Battle Mesh” during 2 days (April 11-12th) with the goal of building 3 wireless mesh networks based on embedded hardware running OpenWRT and different concurrent mesh routing protocols. The targeted architecture will be 3 networks of 25nodes + 1 wireless managment networks (10-20 nodes) to achieve realistic size of nodes number,

Reconnaitre le type de fichier d’un fichier image binaire avec UWfirmforce

A special gift from the TMPLAB, ci-dessous l’utilitaire UWfirmforce de Uber Wall qui permet de reconnaitre le type de fichier d’une image binaire quelconque. Tres utile pour monter en “-o loop” une image : http://www.tmplab.org/UWfirmforce-0.0.1.tar.gz Ce tool avait ete presente par UberWall au 23c3 et etait reste dans les armoires du TMPLAB. Enjoy et laissez-nous vos retours sur cet utilitaire. Massoud.

Welcome to the new Brussels Hacker Space HSB !!

We are proud to announce at the TMPLAB that Brussels has now a Hacker Space for the belgian hackers to meet and organize their projects, starting with a bootstrap meeting on October 12th 2008 in Brussels.  Belgium is a famous hacking country and host several well known hackers as MisterX, maintainer and project leader of the aircrack-ng tool. If you want a first look of the HSB and the location

Inquietude sur le fichier EDVIGE

 “Dans un communiqué du 2 juillet 2008, la Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (Cnil) précise sa position à la suite de la publication au Journal officiel d’un décret concernant la création du fichier Edvige, fichier automatisé destiné à collecter des informations personnelles pour le gouvernement et ses représentants dans les départements et les collectivités.” lit on sur le site vie-publique.fr. ( Site vie-publique ) En effet, depuis quelques