How to Build a 12v Lithium Battery from old Laptop Cells. Then put inside a UPS to charge from home, or a Solar panel. In order to run your 120vAC, 12vDC, and 5vDC devices off-grid.

Building a 3S5P (3 in series, 5 in parallel) 12v Lithium battery pack from old 18650 laptop battery cells.  To put in an old UPS, and use as a solar charger and inverter to run 5v, 12v, 24v, and 120v devices.  Charging either with 120v AC, or a 15v-21v solar panel.   Ingredients: 15x 18650 cells Read more about How to Build a 12v Lithium Battery from old Laptop Cells. Then put inside a UPS to charge from home, or a Solar panel. In order to run your 120vAC, 12vDC, and 5vDC devices off-grid.[…]

List of 5GHz Wireless USB Wireless Adapters that May Work with Ubuntu in Monitor/AP Mode

​​​I’ve included the Alfa version of these adapters, but theoretically any adapter that uses these three chipsets will work: RT3572, RTL8814,  RTL8812.Alfa AC1200 AWUS036ACH Alfa AWUS052NH: amzn.to/2PEYjFVChipset: Ralink MediaTek RT3572Notes: Works out of the box! Not 802.11AC only 5GHz N. Alfa AC1900 AWUS1900:  https://amzn.to/2USgjRgChipset: Realtek RTL8814 RTL8814U RTL8814AU  Device info: wikidevi.com/wiki/ALFA_N… driver:  https://github.com/aircrack-ng/rtl8812auKali driver: sudo apt install realtek-rtl88xxau-dkmsNotes: Monitor mode must be set Read more about List of 5GHz Wireless USB Wireless Adapters that May Work with Ubuntu in Monitor/AP Mode[…]

How to Install Linux (OpenWrt) on the Netgear WNDR4300SW (Surewest) to Use as a Hotspot (XfinityWiFi) Repeater

A couple of years ago, I purchased a Netgear WNDR4300SW from a thrift store for $5. With 128MB of flash, and 128MB of RAM it’s pretty decent. More info here: openwrt.org/toh/hwdata/n… Having an Atheros AR9344, AR9580 2.4GHz:b/g/n 5.0GHz:a/n WiFi chipset makes it a perfect candidate for Linux. The USB 2.0 port makes it possible to Read more about How to Install Linux (OpenWrt) on the Netgear WNDR4300SW (Surewest) to Use as a Hotspot (XfinityWiFi) Repeater[…]

List of Lapdocks (November 2018) A Display, Keyboard, Touchpad, etc.. in a Laptop Shell. For use with a Smartphone, RaspberryPi, PC Stick, Server or any other computer.

A Lapdock is a display, keyboard, trackpad, battery, and other USB accessories in a laptop shell. For you smartphone, raspberrypi, pc stick, server or any other computer. They are exceedingly useful for techies, nerds, and geeks, but they don’t seem to be very popular for the rest of the world. 😉 There is not very Read more about List of Lapdocks (November 2018) A Display, Keyboard, Touchpad, etc.. in a Laptop Shell. For use with a Smartphone, RaspberryPi, PC Stick, Server or any other computer.[…]