[opensource] Help A Guy Recover His Lost Laptop
greyworld at gmail.com
Sat Jul 18 02:02:24 EDT 2009
could a short program/script to play a looping wav file of a dog
whistle at max volume be used to create a silent(ish) alert? then walk
a dog around that general area until it gets unreasonably aggravated
near one unit or another...
or if a sound could be triggered remotely at will, maybe monitor the
network for a period of inactivity and then when you find it, deploy a
person to the suspected general area and repeatedly trigger a distinct
sound and see if they hear it. again liking a dog whistle for this, if
an agreeable dog is available.
On 7/17/09, Maximilian Herkender <herkender.1 at osu.edu> wrote:
> (whoops forgot to reply-all)
> I've got one of those Linux Linksys routers. Anybody can be a DNS
> server if their IP doesn't change too quickly. What kind of hardware
> do you mean?
> On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Silas Baronda<silas.baronda at gmail.com>
>> On Fri, Jul 17, 2009 at 7:35 PM, A. J. Lingo<lingo.13 at osu.edu> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I'm a lurker on reddit.com, and saw the plight of another Redditor - he
>>> his laptop stolen by a neighbor, and can see it connecting to his router.
>>> needs personally identifiable info on the guy who has it, and has been
>>> asking for help.
>>> Turns out he is a fellow OSU student.
>>> Any chance we can help this guy?
>> >From reading the guys post he is out of hardware to do it. He had a
>> pretty good plan of setting up a DNS server and redirecting his
>> traffic. Since he leaves near campus anyone have extra hardware to
>> help him?
>>> -- Lingo
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