Jump to content

Phyrne

Active Members
  • Content Count

    13
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Phyrne

  • Rank
    Hackling

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Just tried, same thing I'm afraid, nothing :( All looks to go well, it get's the address 172.16.42.42 from the Pineapple's dhcp, but, I'm unable to ping it or access the WebUI :/
  2. Hey Darren, thanks for your response. I don't think that's going to be it, I've had my Pineapple for quite some time now (a fair few months) and I'm just getting round to FINALLY playing with it... well at least trying to! I really can't see what the problem is :(
  3. Not sure if I understand what you mean. The only 192 address I'm using is the IP on my wlan0 interface from my router's DHCP, which is fine. There is no network manager changing anything. netcfg works on a profile basis, I strictly tell it what to do, the only thing I have it doing is connecting to my router's wifi on a static IP. netcfg doesn't mess with the interfaces unless I ask it to :)
  4. As stated in my post, ping requests fail :/
  5. Thanks for the swift response. I'm using netcfg, everything's done manually, so I don't think that'll be interfering. EDIT: Just took a look at the tail of dmesg, it looks like the USB dongle is working fine (I have confirmed this previously, it acts as a standard ethernet port would) [ 4073.427765] usb 1-1.3: new high-speed USB device number 9 using ehci_hcd [ 4073.878903] asix 1-1.3:1.0: eth0: register 'asix' at usb-0000:00:1a.7-1.3, ASIX AX88772 USB 2.0 Ethernet, b8:8d:12:56:b0:0b [ 4073.879011] usbcore: registered new interface driver asix [ 4139.789336] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth
  6. Hoping someone can help me here... I'm having some trouble communicating with my Mark IV over ethernet. Here's the system & setup details: MacBook Air running x86_64 Arch Linux (3.5.3-2 kernel with CK patchset) Interface connected to my home router: wlan0 Interface connected to the Pineapple: eth0 (this is a usb to ethernet dongle, going into the PoE port on the Pineapple) After powering on the Pineapple, leaving it for a minute or two to settle (WPS button stopped flashing n whatnot) I then connect it to my MacBook as described above. Running ifconfig only shows lo and wlan0, so, I
  7. Have you simply tried using dd? dd if=/path/to/install/media/(iso) of=/dev/sdb1 bs=1M You'll need to run as root (or with sudo), where '/dev/sdb1' is, replace with your device's ID. I've found it can be a bit hit and miss with the definition of partitions, so, if you try with something like '/dev/sdb1' and it doesn't work, try just with '/dev/sdb' (without the '1' pointing to the primary partition) **Keep in mind** using dd will write over ANY device it's pointed to, even the drive you're actually running the system on, so be sure to get your USB's device ID right. A simple way of chec
  8. This is excellent! I've had my Pineapple quite some time, I haven't even used it yet (too much work and no play), but thanks to your response, I'm putting some time aside this evening to play around. Very clear and concise :) It's greatly appreciated!
  9. Greetings! :) I can't seem to get my MkIV working with my MacBook Air running Arch Linux. Here's the situation: I have my Pineapple connected via ethernet (to eth0) from the PoE port, I wait a while after the WPS button stops flashing before trying anything. Here's the output of 'ip addr' before I run the script: 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 16436 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00 inet 127.0.0.1/8 scope host lo inet6 ::1/128 scope host valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever 2: wlan0: <BROADCAS
  10. Thanks for the replies guys! The help is greatly appreciated :) I am indeed plugging it onto the PoE port. Unfortunately I won't have a chance to test another PC with an actual ethernet port for a while. I disabled the proprietary driver for my wireless card as that sets the interfaces to how they would usually appear. So now the link between my Pineapple and MacBook is eth0 and the wifi is wlan0 :) (used to be eth1) I'm still getting the same issue unfortunately, I do make sure to wait a while after the WPS button has stopped flashing before trying any of this. Here's the steps I take bel
  11. I assigned eth0 172.16.42.42, then ran the script, however, it still fails the ping requests at the end of the script stating that it couldn't reach the host :( Any ideas?
  12. Thanks for the replies :) barry99705, how are the settings supposed to be configured? NotTheFed, are you running OS X? I've enabled the proprietary drivers for my wireless card, so my wifi interface is now eth1, the wired connection to the Pineapple is eth0. Could someone please direct me to getting the setup I desire as described above? Really appreciate the help! :D
  13. Hello esteemed members of the Hak5 forums :) I've just got my Pineapple Mk IV and I'm having some trouble getting started, I feel a bit silly really... So let me start by explaining what I'm working with here: System: MacBook Air 4,1 (I like Apple's hardware okay...) OS: elementary Luna, dev builds (Ubuntu 12.04 just transformed with a few different packages) Pineapple: Mk IV (with whichever firmware it comes with I suppose :P) I'll go ahead and explain my system's network interfaces. I use the laptop's wireless, which is, as expected, wlan0. The MacBook Air d
×
×
  • Create New...