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  1. TLDR: SSH to pineapple then issue the command mkdir /pineapple/logs I know I already sent you the message, but for other people that have the problem here's the solution. I don't know why you are getting that weird message in your logs. I get the same thing too.
  2. It looks like lookout is using the pineapple for a POC hack. Well, sort of. A nice video using the pineapple hacking google glass.
  3. Yep. You'll need a linux install of some sort. You can use any distro,but Ubuntu would be the easiest.
  4. There are problems with the sandisk 4gb fit drive. Don't use it. See this here for why. Tho it should work fine on wall power.
  5. That explains so much. Thank you. I got my sandisk from amazon and it's the 1.26 firmware. It was awfully flaky the drive. It would work for me and then mostly quit. When can I get the new drive? I think it's cooler than the sandisk.
  6. It looks like your USB drive may not mounted right. What firmware version are you running? Update it to the latest version. Currently it's 2.8.1. Reformat the usb flash drive and setup the swap again. Follow this. Also don't use a portable power pack. Just use the wall adapter for power for now and see if that is the problem. Some usb flash drive don't work well with low power.
  7. I had this exact same problem.To fix this just go to the etc/config/wireless file and change the "option network lan" under "config wifi-iface" to "option network wan". Also make sure your wireless card is in managed mode not AP mode. For more information on setting this up check this out.
  8. I bought mine off of amazon, but it's the same as hak5s I think. Sandisk Cruzer Fit 4GB.The weird thing is mine doesn't automatically power on anymore. The drive looks dead until I reinsert the USB drive back in(sometimes more than once) using the 2.8.1 firmware. Mine works fine using my pineapple juice(mostly). Everything works fine for me. I have to idea why, but it does. So the drive is completely dead for you on the pineapple?
  9. I haven't played with airecrack, but to store the files on the usb drive all you have to do is change the path. The usb drive is mounted in the folder called /usb.
  10. Thanks. I forgot about the firewall. *facepalm* Anyways if anybody wants to get access back on the pineapple interface just look for " FirewallRuleSet users-to-router { " in nodogsplash.conf and under that add FirewallRule allow tcp port 1471 FirewallRule allow udp port 1471 That's it. Thanks @ravenium. I don't think you need udp but I put it there just in case.
  11. I always had problems with nodogsplash. So far what I was able to find out is that you don't need to change the uhttpd port to 81 from 80. Nodogsplash runs on port 2050. So no clashing there. The reason why I said that was because of what darren said . When nodogsplash is running I can't access the pineapple web interface either. For some weird reason when I click on the dog on my phone it sits there and loads forever but if I try and load a different page my internet works fine on my phone(Samsung Galaxy SIII).On a desktop it's a different story. I get the "unable to connect" on google chrome in Windows on every site after it loads for awhile. The weirdest thing is this. root@Pineapple:~# Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' Invalid request path '' I get this in my ssh connection when I try and load a webpage on another desktop computer but then fails to load it. I think that the nodogsplash redirect feature is broken(after you click on the dog). I wish some of the devs would explain what is wrong or what I'm doing wrong. It just seems broken to me. I'm doing the same thing darren is doing in ep. 1401.1. I'm in the same boat as you. Never really worked for me.
  12. Try reflashing the pineapple.
  13. I don't know if I created a new subnet. I didn't want to mess with that so I used a totally new IP address range 10.x.x.x. I guess I did make a new subnet. I used for the netmask instead of the normal I totally forgot about the routing tables, but I don't know what commands to use to point the to the default gateway. I looked all over the web, but I couldn't come up with anything. I tried changing the gateway for from * to, but it makes it for br-lan not br-guest. The new defined network in /etc/config/network. So here is my routing table. Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface default UG 0 0 0 br-lan * U 0 0 0 br-guest * U 0 0 0 br-lan root@Pineapple:~# Ideally I would like the new wifi network "Hotspot" to be on a separate network with the traffic pointing to the default gateway. I want it to be compatible with my setup. Wi-Fi------- Laptop-------- Ethernet to pineapple------- Wi-Fi out. Normal ICS. I don't know much about networking. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
  14. I tried making a new ssid/network separate from the pineapple ssid. For guests only(to be used for nodogsplash). I can connect to it and get a dhcp address but no internet access. Normal setup ICS with laptop. Here's my network/dhcp/wireless files. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks. I used this how to guide here.
  15. I'll try and mess with it and see what happens. To change your port number on uhttpd go to /etc/config/uhttpd and look for "list listen_http" on the top and change the 80 to like 81.
  16. I haven't played with it for awhile, but your mircohttpd(webserver for phishing) is clashing with nodogsplash on port 80. Just change the mircohttpd to another port number like 81. Hope that helps.
  17. I really don't know what to say. Mine just works. Maybe I'll try my 8GB Sandisk cruzer and see what happens. Could you tell a little more on what happens when you use your sandisk cruzer fit 4gb drive?
  18. Well, I just got my Sandisk Cruzer Fit 4GB from amazon and it works just fine. I don't have any of the problems other people are having. I don't know what is going on. It just works. Anyways here is my testing with the that flash drive plugged in. The testing was done from the output of the usb(from my computer) that powers the pineapple. Note: Power consumption(amps) does not change whether plugged into a wall adapter or usb port. Power consumption(amps): 5V----170 milliamps 5V----230 milliamps spike No sandisk plugged in: 5V---- 150 milliamps 5V---- 200 milliamps spike It looks like the pineapple does not require very much power so I highly doubt it's a power problem. USB 2.0 spec supports 500 milliamps. I did short circuit my usb port to see how much current would flow(Don't do it you could damage your computer.) It was at 300 milliamps. USB out on pineapple 4.12V
  19. Well it looks like a power problem. How many milliamps/volts is your computer putting out of your usb port for the pineapple? See this. BTW I just ordered that drive to see for myself the problems you guys are having. If you have a volt meter and a spare USB cable rip that apart and see the volts/amps that it's outputting with the pineapple powered. Then start comparing with the USB drive to the computer, computer to pineapple to usb. Then you'll know where you're at with power and compare that with other people that are not having problems.
  20. If you are having problems with that flash drive use a different one. Problem solved.
  21. I just stay away from sandisk for my pineapple. Too many people are having trouble. I use a PNY 4GB Clip-On Attaché and it works fine with the usb power from my laptop.
  22. If you still have old configuration files left on it after a Clean Flash. Then you did not flash the router. You can follow my video tutorials here for a clean flash. Hope that helps.
  23. You need to add under header("Location: $loc"); header('Status: 302 Found'); Apparently the newest firmware is not sending the status 302 back to the browser. That tells it to redirect to your page 4043error.html.
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