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Your credit card has now been charged by the following amount:
Subtotal: $450 USD
Shipping: $88.98 USD
Total: $538.98 USD
Please note that this amount might be less than what was originally mentioned in the webshop, since we meanwhile got better shipping rates!
This means that we will now send out your order ASAP.
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Month: July 2007
Linksys WRT54G3G + Huawei E600 + OpenWRT Kamikaze = Internet at summer house
Spending vacation at the summer house without Internet connectivity? Unthinkable.
The first few days, I connected the laptop to my cell phone using Bluetooth, and then to the Internet using 3G/UMTS.
However, we have more than one laptop here, and the range of bluetooth is limited. I ended up setting up a wireless access point with a PCMCIA slot for a 3G/UMTS card. It has worked flawlessly for several days.
The writeup on how to do this is long, so I put it at a separate page:
Update: I have written a similar howto for OpenWRT 8.09 and Huawei E220, see http://josefsson.org/openwrt/dongle.html
Neo1973 / OpenMoko ordered
Only a few hours after the Neo1973 was launched, I placed my order for a Neo advanced. Even before it hit slashdot.
They still haven’t charged my credit card. They confirmed my order though, and also asked me whether I wanted a black/silver or white/orange.
I’ll blog about my progress with the device under the new tag ‘openmoko’.