The butterfly network is the best way to listen for free radio on your laptop, smartphone, or tablet.
The butterfly radio is a radio designed for the Internet of Things, and it uses a network of tiny antennas to create the signal.
But it can also be used to listen directly to the internet, as the antenna can be moved around.
In this article, we’ll show you how to set up the butterfly radio and then learn how to control it.
How to set it up in the cloud We’re using a Raspberry Pi and the OpenWrt firmware to set this up.
To get started, head to the Butterfly Network Wiki and download the latest firmware and set up a basic router.
Then connect to your Raspberry Pi via USB.
On your Raspberry PI, open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install openwrt sudo apt install rpi-openwrt To connect to the openwRT router, type: ssh [email protected] Your Raspberry Pi should show up on the openrrt network page.
If not, make sure you have the latest version of the openrc package installed on your Raspberry Pis.
To connect, type the following command to connect: sudo openrc -r 192.168:1005 -c /etc/openrc/openrrt.conf The openrRT.conf file can be found in the default directory of the Raspberry Pi.
For example, if you installed the openrt package in the home directory, openrtt is located at /home/pi/openrt.config .
If you installed openrtd, you’ll want to replace /home/.openrtt with the directory where you installed OpenWRT.
Now, navigate to the router configuration directory: sudo nano /etc /openrts/router.conf You’ll want the following lines: # Use openwtt for the router interface.
interface=OpenWRT,ports=8080 # Use wpa_supplicant as the wireless driver.
wpa=auto wpa-ssid=SSID,gid=PASSWORD,key=/etc/ssh/sshd_config wpa1=auto # Use auto as the network driver.
network=auto,mode=802.11,password=PASS,channel=auto In the configuration file, replace the default settings for your router with the settings you want.
For this example, we’re using the default configuration for our router, which looks like this: # This configuration has a few settings for you.
If you don’t know what they are, try changing the value in bold to the one you want to set # for your setup.
# For example: # wlan0: auto,channel=”auto” wlan1: auto # If you want wireless network support on the default WPA2 password, change this to the password that you want # to use.
# If not set, this will be used for the wireless network connection.
# The wireless connection can be made to the default wireless network (WPA) if you set wpa # 1.1, # or wlan 0.1.
This can be changed if you want the wireless connection to work with the default # WPA password.
# # If there is no wireless network available on the Raspberry PI for your configuration, use the default wpa.
# Default configuration for the OpenRRT router.
interface=”wlan0″ ports=”8080″ # This setting allows you to set the default network type to 802.11n or wpa wlan.
# When setting this, you can change this option to use wpa or wwan.
# wpa: auto wpa2: auto channel=”auto,channel-mac” password=”PASSWARD” # Enable encryption.
You can set this to enable or disable encryption.
# Use encryption here is the default for encryption.
Encryption is required for wireless connection.
If enabled, this allows the wireless device to use a key to encrypt the communication.
The encryption key is sent to the device, which will decrypt the communication and return the data.
You should always encrypt all data.
Encrypted data should be sent using a symmetric ciphertext format such as DES.
You might want to encrypt data using a ciphertext algorithm like RC4, AES-256, or CBC-MAC.
If the encryption key needs to be shared between multiple devices, use an encryption keypair.
If encryption is not enabled, you will be asked if you’d like to use an RSA key.
If this is set to yes, encryption will be enabled.
You need to specify a value for the encryption option.
The default value is the AES-128-CBC encryption algorithm.
If your configuration does not support encryption, you might want a different encryption algorithm to encrypt your data.
In the above example, the AES encryption algorithm would be used.
If it’s not enabled you will get a warning message