Okay, after some googeling I’ve found two options for a free GPS and navigation solution. The first one is a multi-OS GPS software ‘Roadnav’ http://roadnav.sourceforge.net/ This GPL-ed software is build for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Also source packages are available. Maps are available and downloadable for free!
The second is for smart phones, ‘Nav4all’ http://www.nav4all.com/ I’ve tested it on my Nokia 9300i and it works like a charm. Only thing is that you’ll need a working internet connection. Trough GPRS or WiFi. I have a flat-fee GPRS account, so I have no worries. It is real fast. More info coming later. Will test the two packages now! ;)
I was wondering why I only could configure a 40 bits and a 104 bits WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) encryption and not a 64 bits and a 128 bits encryption on my Nokia 9300i. (Same on all other Symbian phones like the communicator 9500) Now I found why this is. The ‘missing’ 24 bits of the key is used for the so called ‘initialisation vector’.
So the simple solution is, for a 64 bits encryption, select the 40-bits and for the 128 select the 104-bits encryption and fill your normal ASCII key. That is 5 chars for the 40-bits and 13 chars for the 104-bits.