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  * wlan0-1:
   * SSID: BobWhiteTheatre
   * BSSID: 02:15:6d:51:0e:d3
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   * SSID: www.personaltelco.net
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 * 2013-01-29: After a failed attempt to reflash the alix2 remotely early on January 28, managed to get over there today and swapped out the alix2 with a tested/working one. Back at home, found that there was a problem with the flash (maybe something wrote into the flash during the image write). Sysupgrade didn't work due the changes between the old image and the new one. New alix2 image is r35318 with linux kernel version 3.7.4 and IPv6, as elsewhere. The power in the building was off when I arrived due to a new electrical service being installed. Nick Storie let me in. I was finished with the swap in about 5 minutes, tighted down the "mirror holders" that attach the alix2 to the plywood board. --RussellSenior

Node name: NodeBobWhite
Live Date: May 31st, 2012
Contact: MatthewKlug

Location

6423 SE Foster Rd.
Portland, OR 97206
http://www.bobwhitetheatre.com/

Map: https://cwnmyr.personaltelco.net/nodes/BobWhite

Configuration

  • Host: quail

    • Hardware: Alix 2D13
    • Software: OpenWRT

    • Internet IPv4: DHCP
    • PTPnet IPv4: 10.11.28.1/22

    • PTPnet IPv6: 2001:470:e962:1c01::1/64

    • wlan0:
      • SSID: www.personaltelco.net/1
      • BSSID: 00:15:6d:51:0e:d2
    • wlan0-1:
    • wlan0-2:
      • SSID: www.personaltelco.net
      • BSSID: 02:15:6d:51:0e:d4
  • Host: ar0

  • Host: ar1

  • Host: ar2

  • Host: ar3

Details

Built in 1924, the Bob White Theatre started as one of many simple neighborhood cinemas in the Arleta/Powell area. It ran primarily as a movie theatre until the late 1960’s when the stage was extended to accommodate live music. After that point it served as home to a variety of film, theater and music until it was closed in 1984.

In 1990 Dale Haskins purchased the theatre, using it as his private residence, and built a connecting warehouse that he used to restore pipe organs. During this time the theatre was closed off from the public eye.

Now, after being dark for almost 30 years, the marquee will soon light up once again. New owner, Nick Storie is beginning to breath life back into the space. He envisions the future of the Bob White Theatre as a prominent new Portland entertainment venue, as well as a place where the Foster-Powell neighborhood can celebrate music, art, culture and community.

History

  • 2013-01-29: After a failed attempt to reflash the alix2 remotely early on January 28, managed to get over there today and swapped out the alix2 with a tested/working one. Back at home, found that there was a problem with the flash (maybe something wrote into the flash during the image write). Sysupgrade didn't work due the changes between the old image and the new one. New alix2 image is r35318 with linux kernel version 3.7.4 and IPv6, as elsewhere. The power in the building was off when I arrived due to a new electrical service being installed. Nick Storie let me in. I was finished with the swap in about 5 minutes, tighted down the "mirror holders" that attach the alix2 to the plywood board. --RussellSenior

  • 2012-05-31: Node installed, with an Alix router and four Ubiquiti AirRouter APs installed all around the building. The installation was arranged and coordinated by MatthewKlug and performed by RussellSenior and KeeganQuinn, with assistance from SteveTree.


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NodeBobWhite (last edited 2013-01-29 22:13:47 by RussellSenior)