The man’s death has been ruled a homicide. Preliminary autopsy reports show multiple stab wounds on the man’s body and blunt trauma to his head. Firefighters and officials from the coroner’s office recovered the body yesterday after two people called to report it. Investigators from the sheriff’s office are trying to identify the man. They say they have fielded several calls from people worried about missing family members, and are following up on each call. Click on video link to watch story.



Archived from:

Justin            Derik        Barnard

Date of Birth:

                                Friday, May 22nd, 1987

Date of Death:

                                Tuesday, September 27th, 2005

Funeral Home:

Geib Family Funeral Homes
116 Second Street NE
                        New Philadelphia,                        Ohio,                        UNITED STATES


Justin Derik Barnard, age 18, of New Philadelphia, was found dead in the Tuscarawas River, Tuesday September 27, 2005, the result of a brutal and horrific murder.  Born at Canton, Ohio, May 22, 1987, Justin was a son of Patricia Barnard-Stoller of New Philadelphia, and Michael Barnard of Felton, California. Justin grew up in the area having attended primary, middle, and high school within the New Philadelphia School district for most of his academic career. He spent several years residing with his father in California. His brief time here was characterized by a passion for helping his friends, spoiling his pets, telling outrageous stories, and using Legos, model cars, model aircraft to create for others what only his vivid imagination would fully reveal. Like many young men Justin was drawn to NASCAR, where, his brother is sure, Justin’s ability to take apart and put things back together would make him a great candidate for a mechanic in just about any pit crew. Around town, Justin was known to visit the Park Place Teen Center. He enjoyed bike riding, skateboarding, and was into playing video games and watching television – he was especially fond of The Daily Show. Most of all, Justin will be remembered as a caregiver to his friends – and his family. He leaves behind many friends who will remember Justin for his attentive ear, and for his ability to listen, he was thought of as a teenage therapist. In addition to his parents, Justin was loved and will be missed by his brother; Rich Kreider of New Philadelphia, a sister; Danica Hoppe of Canton, another brother; Samuel Barnard of Felton, California, a step-brother; Nick Villalobos, also of Felton. Survivors also include his maternal grandmother; Olivine Ward of Washington state, paternal grandmother; Levanche Barnard of Bellflower, California, a special father Richard Hoppe of Stanton, California, a special grandmother; Helen Hoppe of Fox Lake, Illinois, two maternal aunts; Johanne (Roger) Buck of Big Fork, Minnesota, and Diane Pelaske of Columbus, Georgia, a maternal uncle, Ken Howell of Lancaster, California, two paternal aunts; Jan (Ed) Tibbals, of Ventura, California, and Lori VanHofwegen of Bellflower, California, a paternal uncle; Charlie J. L. (Tamara) Barnard Jr., also of Bellflower, California, many cousins and an abundance of friends from California to the Tuscarawas Valley. Justin was preceded in death by his two grandfathers; William Howell, and Charlie J. L. Barnard Sr.  Justin’s family will receive friends Monday afternoon from 2-4 and 6-8 PM in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory. Pastor Brian Flood will officiate a service celebrating Justin’s life Tuesday evening at 5:30 in the funeral home’s chapel. Following the Memorial Service, a reception will be held at the Dover Moose Lodge, 707 N. Tuscarawas Ave., Dover, for family and friends. Cremation will follow through the care of Geib’s Tuscarawas Valley Cremation Service. Memorial contributions to offset expenses to the family, may be made to the Justin D. Barnard Memorial Fund, in care of Dover-Phila Federal Credit Union, 119 Fillmore Avenue, Dover, Ohio, 44622.

Wireless Point-To-Point Bridge

Photos courtesy Rick Nash

NL-2511MP Plus 802.11b miniPCI
Soekris 4511-30
Cutting Board (for mounting in NEMA)
NEMA Box (with cut holes for adapters)
NEMA + Soekris 4511-30


Currently, I’m setting this up on a Soekris 4511-30 board, with a 128MB CF flash card. The system is using HostAP drivers for the prism2 NL-2511 MP Plus 802.11b miniPCI card.


There are two phases I’m going to go through: Manual creation, and Automatic creation.

  • Create a local bridge (br0) on each AP of wlan0 and eth0.
  • Successfully bridge each AP together using WDS (Wireless Distribution System)Network1: eth0 <-> wlan0 = br0 <—–> br0 = wlan0 <-> eth0 :Network2(eth0 on each AP is connected to a network, in turn, they get bridged together once both APs have been bridged)


    Step 1: Local Bridge Creation# brctl addbr br0
    # brctl addif br0 eth0
    # brctl addif br0 
    # brctl addif wlan0

    I have now created a bridge (br0) device and added eth0 interface to it along with (wlan0) interface. Now, I’m ready to move on.

    To create the AP to AP bridge, I’ll need both MAC address of the radio cards, and then I can issue a command that will tell wlan0 to only allow the other AP’s wlan0 interface access via it’s MAC address.

    # iwpriv wlan0 wds_add 00:02:6F:37:FB:DA
    # brctl addif br0 wlan0wds0

    I have now added the MAC address of the other AP radio card to it’s list of APs. Being this is a point-to-point AP bridge, I’ll only add one. I’ve also added the newly created wlan0wds0 interface to my bridge (br0). Now, I can tell it I only want one WDS point.

    # iwpriv wlan0 max_wds 1

    (NOTE: I have done this on both APs at this point)

    Now, I need to assign the interfaces IPs.

    # ifconfig eth0
    # ifconfig wlan0
    # ifconfig wlan0wds0
    # ifconfig br0 netmask broadcast 0 up
    # route add default gw

    I have only assigned the bridge interface (br0) an IP of On the second AP, I have assigned br0 an IP of Also, the up portion of the last command there tells the interface to come “up”, e.g., start-up now.

    At this point, I am able to now ping from, e.g., AP1 to AP2!


    Phew, that was fun. Now, I don’t want to have to do that everytime the AP is turned off then back on! So, what I am going to do is add a start-up script. I have done it this way, via /etc/rcS.d/, instead of /etc/network/interfaces because I had some issues MYSELF. You DON’T have to do it this way if you know what you’re doing — but I don’t. =PI created a file called S99network.

    #!/bin/sh echo "MAC FILTERING:  00:02:6F:37:FB:DF" iwpriv wlan0 wds_add 00:02:6F:37:FB:DF echo "Creating bridge..." brctl addbr br0 echo "Adding eth0 to bridge" brctl addif br0 eth0 echo "Adding wlan0 to bridge" brctl addif br0 wlan0 echo "Adding wlan0wds0 to bridge" brctl addif br0 wlan0wds0 echo "Configuring eth0 IP:" ifconfig eth0 echo "Configuring wlan0 IP:" ifconfig wlan0 echo "Configuring wlan0wds0 IP:" ifconfig wlan0wds0 echo "Bringing bridge UP" ifconfig br0 netmask broadcast up ifdown eth0 ifdown wlan0 ifup eth0 ifup wlan0 ifup br0 sleep 20

    I now have a script that will automatically configure my interfaces for me so I don’t have to manually do it.

    The last step for me is to edit my /etc/resolv.conf to reflect my nameservers, and that’s it!

Tue Apr 8 22:35:48 EDT 2008

  Title:  General Wireless Inter/Networking Readme
 Author:  Richard J. Kreider
   Date:  July 11, 2005
   $REV:  1.0.0


A] Pebble Installation (v41) HOWTO
B] Post-Installation Set-up (Valkyrie Specific)

############### Section A: PEBBLE INSTALLATION (v41) HOWTO ###################

A1] Format CF card
A2] Create filesystem on CF card
A3] Create needed directories
A4] Untar pebble distribution
A5] Run pebble install script


You'll need to fdisk the compact flash card accordingly:

	# fdisk /dev/hde

NOTE:  If you can't figure out which device the card was mounted to,
	please check by executing:

	# dmesg

	At the bottom, you should see what it was mounted as.  Usually,
	it's mounted as /dev/hde, but could be a number of points such as
	/dev/hdg, /dev/hdh and so on.  It's even possible to see it mounted
	as /dev/sda, /dev/sdb and so on.

Once inside the fdisk program, you'll be presented with options.  You'll need
to delete any existing partitions.  Press "d" to delete partition.  Next, you
will need to create a PRIMARY partition.  Type "n" (new), and select primary
by pressing "p".  Use the defaults by just pressing enter when asked for start
point, and end points.  Once you have done that, you can either print out the
tables by pressing "p".  That will just show you what you're about to write to
that device.  After you do that, you can press "w" to write/sync the CF card.
Once that has completed, you have successfully fdisk'd your CF card.  Continue
on to the next step.


Now that you have fdisk'd the card, you'll need to create a filesystem on it.
The recommend is EXT2, and that is what I use on my 128mb CF card.  If you
have a larger card, such as a 256mb, or 512mb, you can use ext3 -- but it's
not necessary.

To create the filesystem:

	# mkfs.ext2 /dev/hde1

NOTE:  Remember, replace "/dev/hde1" with YOUR device name.  I'm just using
	"/dev/hde1" for continuity.


You'll need to create 2 directories now.  One directory will be the mount
point for your CF card, and the other is where we'll unpack and install the
Pebble Linux distribution from.

	# mkdir /mnt/cf
	# mkdir /mnt/pebble

"/mnt/cf" is where your CF card will be mounted.
"/mnt/pebble" is where you'll be unpacking your Pebble distribution in prep.
for the installation to your CF card.


The last step before installation can begin, is to unpack your Pebble Linux
distribution you downloaded.

	# cd /mnt/pebble
	# tar --numeric-operator -jxvf pebble.v41.tar.bz2

NOTE:  pebble.v41.tar.bz2 can be replaced with the version you have, such
	as pebble.v39.tar.bz2.

	If it's not a .bz2 format, but possibly .gz or .tgz, take out the "j" and
	replace it with a "z":

	# tar --numeric-operator -zxvf pebble.v41.tar.gz


Now all that's left is the easy part; running the install script.  Make sure
you're in "/mnt/pebble" directory.  You can check this by:

	# pwd

It should echo back "/mnt/pebble".  If not, simply change to the "/mnt/pebble"

	# cd /mnt/pebble

Next, you'll simply run the install script.

	# ./pebble.update

Follow the on-screen instructions.

If all goes well, you'll have a fresh install of Pebble Linux on your CF card
ready to go!

############### Section B: Pebble Configuration (POST-INSTALL) ###############

1] /etc/fstab
2] /etc/inittab
3] /etc/network/interfaces
4] /etc/rcS.d/S99local
5] /etc/motd
6] /etc/modules


	!!Before ANY changes, you need to run this command:!!

	# remountrw

NOTE: That remounts the filesystem to have read/write access, so that anything
	we make changes to is saved!

UPDATE: I will be making a finalized POST-INSTALL script that will be run
	AFTER installing a FRESH copy of Pebble Linux to a CF card.

	B1] /etc/fstab

Change the tmpfs entry's "size=" to your CF card size.

tmpfs           /rw     tmpfs   defaults,size=128M       0       0

	B2] /etc/inittab

Comment out the last line that has nocat in it.

	B3] /etc/network/interfaces

This will be the interfaces file:

# # # START COPY # # #
# /etc/network/interfaces
# Richard J. Kreider

# lo
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback

# eth0
auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static

# eth1
auto eth1
iface eth1 inet static

# wlan0
iface wlan0 inet static
# # # STOP COPY # # #

	B4] /etc/rcS.d/S99local

Create a file in /etc/rcS.d/ called S99local using nano or vi:

	# nano /etc/rcS.d/S99local

Enter the following:

	ifup --force -v wlan0

Save it, then run:

	# chmod 777 /etc/rcS.d/S99local

	B5] /etc/motd

Change /etc/motd to something neat-o.

	B6] /etc/modules

Uncomment "hostap_pci" module if it's commented out.


	# remountro
	# shutdown -r now

You'll be remounting your filesystem to read-only, and rebooting the machine.
If all goes well, you should come up and everything should be configured



Bring wlan0 down on boot-up

Assign ap mode

assign channel

assign txpower

make sure eth0 is up and eth1 is up (TESTING ONLY) but eth1 down eth0 up for

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