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  1. @DangerAnt I agree, I think once they get the time and inclination the base OS will be much better. The real issue is the 3rd paryy modules no longer getting worked on. It sucks but I get it, life happens.
  2. Well, I don't feel like going through the many, many posts and comments relating to the issues related to 2.7. If you want to see what I am referring to, please do as I did and start with the 2.7 release thread and scroll through. Then, search 2.7 and see the remaining issues posted. I am not the first to have issues or complaints regarding this firmware update. I am not new to the Pineapple, it's use cases, or the modules. I have been utilizing the Pineapple since it's original incarnation when they first started implementing Jasager. I'm not mentioning this as a brag, only to demonstrate tha
  3. I have been banging my head against the wall over this for days now. 2.7 is hosed. 2.6.x has some issues, like Reporting Emails not working. 2.5.4 is where dev stopped for most of the modules, and supposedly has working Reporting email, but the sd card not mounting or randomly unmounting issue makes it unreliable as a drop box. Does anyone have any suggestions on a stable version that has everything working properly, or is this just a "pick your poison" situation?
  4. I am also dealing with this issue. I have had no luck on the 2.6.x versions and rolled back to 2.5.4 because another user said that fixed it for them. I have had no such luck. I know that 2.7 reports it has fixed this issue, but it is so broken in too many other respects for me to entertain it as an option. Does anyone have any ideas, suggestions, or fixes?
  5. Actually rolled back to 2.5.4 since the report email issue was never fixed in 2.6.x.
  6. No. I have basically given up on PortalAuth. I haven't had a working version since 2.4.x and the benefits of being on the upgraded firmware outweigh the usefulness of PortalAuth right now. I am running 2.6.1 as it has been the most stable. It would be nice if the module development would resume, but it seems like that ship has sailed as everyone has moved upward and onward. I miss the good ol' days when Darren and company were running shit out of the basement and still had the passion for the projects. I also ant to state for the record that 2.7 is basically unusable for anything worth doing a
  7. I had everything running fine and then made the mistake of upgrading to 2.7. Now whenever I fire up evil portal, it runs fine, I capture creds, and everything seems to be in order except...I no longer able to access the pineapple via hardwire or wireless to the management interface. No access to the webgui or ssh. Once I pull power and the nano reboots, I can get back in and see the captured creds (which are only found in the PortalAuth Captured Creds and not in the EvilPortal logs?). I have done my due diligence searching the interwebs/forums and haven't seen anything regarding this. If
  8. So I got openvpn successfully installed. Here is what I ended up doing for anyone else working this issue. The problem stems form th source repository. Sinc the OG cloud.wifipineapple.com repository is now defunct you need to edit the opkg.conf file to replace the old src/gz line with this: src/gz packages http://downloads.openwrt.org/attitude_adjustment/12.09/ar71xx/generic/packages For me to get this working I did a full reset to purge any other source lists and associated info. Im sure there is a more manual way to do this, but I didn't feel like futzing with it. After the
  9. I have not found an answer for this in all of the Internets. Does anyone have some help? Install returns the following: root@Pineapple:~# opkg install openvpn-openssl Package openvpn-openssl (2.3.11-1) installed in root is up to date. Configuring liblzo. //usr/lib/opkg/info/liblzo.postinst: line 4: default_postinst: not found Configuring openvpn-openssl. //usr/lib/opkg/info/openvpn-openssl.postinst: line 4: default_postinst: not found Collected errors: * pkg_run_script: package "liblzo" postinst script returned status 127. * opkg_configure: liblzo.postinst returned
  10. A simple reboot makes them available. I am just trying to figure out the root issue so I can fix it if possible. In a test environment it is merely an inconvenience, but for a live audit I need to know that everything will be available on initialization.
  11. I install all of my modules to the SD card. Every time I power on the Nano, the modules do not load. Once I perform a reboot, the modules are present. I ensure I do a proper Shutdown command each before powering it down, and that has not seemed to make a difference. Is there anything that can be done to ensure SD card modules load on first boot?
  12. Ok. Basic question, I apologize. I have successfully gotten PA to clone sites and the inject sets are working properly. The issue I am now facing is that on submit, the user is being redirected to /captiveportal/index.php What is the recommended way to get a redirect to a real URL on the interwebs? Also, I am getting "You are not authorized." What could be causing that? @sud0nick @newbi3
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