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  1. Thanks a ton to everyone that got this up and running again, I truly appreciate all you've all done. For future reference though, which folder contains the sources for the packages(Kamikaze or straight /sources/)? And how would we go about compiling them?
  2. Looking forward to hearing more. Been down since I got the pineapple towards the end of last month.
  3. Looking forward to the Hak5 mirror! I'd set one up now, just not sure which folder to get the correct sources from, and compilation methods. Wouldn't be hard to code a script to check daily for updates/additions to downloads.openwrt and download them into the mirror, though.
  4. You're right the downloads.openwrt.org is back up, as are all of the folders, except for the snapshots folder. The one folder we need xD. Maybe another day or so >.>
  5. Awesome guys, thanks for the clarification. Just wanted to make sure that the hakshop hadn't accidentally gotten ahold of some counterfits. Read on another blog that a lot of people on ebay and such are counterfiting them, and to always watch out for the "hologram sticker". Thanks again everyone, and personally, I like the unbranded version!
  6. the AWUS036H i already owned, the one that does N is the one I just got and think is a knock-off. I'll look into it and see, I've just always liked alfa brands, and if I'm paying $35 or so for one of these adapters that're advertised as alfa, I just expect to get that one. Not trying to be a dick, or sound like a dick. Just my thoughts. Thanks for your reply!
  7. I got the pineapple pro, which came with the alfa that does b/g/n. However, it: Looks almost spray painted black Has no alfa logo ANYWHERE. No alfa name ANYWHERE. No authenticity sticker. Doesn't state the alfa model number. No fcc id. Sticker for mac/sn is completely different than the 036H. And in comparison to my other alfa AWUS036H, not a single thing is removely alike short from the adapter's shell. I'm pretty sure it's one of the cheap chinese knock-offs. In which case I'm going to be a bit upset. Please advise.
  8. Thanks Sebkinne, good to know. Is there another way for me to install tools on the pineapple? I know that their page for the source for everything is still up: http://mirror2.openwrt.org/sources/ So I wasn't sure if I could compile them then transfer them onto the pineapple and install from something like a USB drive. But after this, I'll be downloading everything from the repo and hosting it myself on a mirror. Speaking of which though, are there any other repositories for the pineapple? I've heard people mention them but wasn't sure what they were for or if they'd be of use to me.
  9. Bah okay. Thanks for the replies. I've heard of other repositories I could use but didn't know if any of them would have anything decent.
  10. When trying to get anything from opkg manager, nothing works. I'm updated to the newest firmware, and have full internet access. However: opkg update fails with a 404: root@Pineapple:~# opkg update Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/Packages.gz.'>http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/Packages.gz. wget: server returned error: HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found Collected errors: * opkg_download: Failed to download http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/Packages.gz,'>http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/Packages.gz, wget returned 1. I've looked all over the forums for fixes, but most fixes just have to do with internet access. Mine, however, is fine. But when checking the link itself with curl, or even navigating to it in firefox, it always finds a 404. Never an internet access problem. http://downloads.openwrt.org/snapshots/trunk/ar71xx/packages/ This is where I need to get the packages update from, and google even shows a 404, but google's cache is the only way I can view it. Any and all help would be amazing, just got the pineapple for my birthday and would love to be able to get it up and running. -TM.
  11. First of all I'm working with a backtrack 5 VM through parallels. Been working on this for 14 hours straight, so I'm desperate. I built my own ubertooth, checks out fine. flashed the bootloader onto it just fine too. Now i'm working on flashing the bluetooth_rxtx.bin file onto it using ubertooth_dfu but I keep getting the following error: No module named core Traceback (most recent call last): File "ubertooth-dfu", line 318, in <module> print dfu.get_status( ) NameError: name 'dfu' is not defined. [/CODE] The command I use: [CODE] python ubertooth-dfu write bluetooth_rxtx.dfu [/CODE] bluetooth_rxtx.dfu is in the same folder as ubertooth-dfu. I've also tried flashing .bin, .hex, and all the rest of the stuff I can find. I have the device in DFU mode with the only method I can, bridging pins 1 and 3 with a paper clip. Seems to work just fine as everything lights up to show DFU mode. If anyone has the SLIGHTEST idea how I might could fix this, I'd be ever so thankful. And to the person who helps most/gives me a fix is of course the $20 bounty, if allowed on the forums. I've tried everything i can on both mac and backtrack 5 linux, seems like I've got everything but one small detail. Thanks in advance for any and all replies! -alphax
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