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If it doesn't work for you, you'll need to add a loader at the start....

 

like:

copy /b loader_file.bin + wifi_lib_test.nds wifi_lib_test.nds.gba

 

Also if you're using a flashcard, try making sure you're not letting it "fix" the header.

 

If you still have problems, please let me know. (I don't actually have M3/ Supercard/ etc to test with)

 

-Stephen

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If it doesn't work for you, you'll need to add a loader at the start....

 

like:

copy /b loader_file.bin + wifi_lib_test.nds wifi_lib_test.nds.gba

 

Also if you're using a flashcard, try making sure you're not letting it "fix" the header.

 

If you still have problems, please let me know. (I don't actually have M3/ Supercard/ etc to test with)

 

-Stephen

 

Thank you, it works, I was sure ndsloader was only for booting ! :)

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What the heck is c?s, c-s, c+s ?

no idea, it doesn't matter anyway.

 

Why is there a %rate?

it's the signal strength

 

What happens when I connect to a AP ?

you connect to an AP.

you can download the computer app and send little text messages to your computer.

 

Why is there a keyboard test?

It's a test program after all.

sgstair wanted to know if his keyboard worked.

and he found a bug in it so it was a smart move.

 

What is Wardriving?

you get in a car and go looking for wireless networks.

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I had the same question for Sgstair about the C?, C+, C- code.

16:34 sgstair: C+/C?/C- are a way of determining whether an AP will work with your DS.

16:35 sgstair: C+ means that the AP's base set only includes at most 1mbit and 2mbit... C? means that the rate set is larger and that the DS has to spoof to get in...

16:35 sgstair: C- means the rate set doesn't include 1-2mbit

 

The S is for Signal and not part of the C code thing.

 

The % rate is signal strength as a % rather than hex.

 

If you connect to AP the app attempts to associate with it.

There is no WEP support yet.

 

The Keyboard test is just that, a test.

 

Definitions of wardriving on the Web:

 

Wardriving is the term for finding and marking the locations and status of wireless networks. Wardrivers typically use software to determine whether the network is open or closed and a Global Position System device to record the location. A wardriver marks the spot either by using a symbol written in chalk on a building near the spot -- known as warchalking -- or mapping the locations and posting it on the Internet.

 

Thanks to google define:Wardriving for that definition.

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