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  1. So, that's a great point. I'll try running a replay with Karma on my laptop to see if I can do it on the built-in before it bombs. I have no issues whatsoever kicking from the laptop with a deauth flood and then picking them up on the Jasager with a mitm, so maybe that makes a difference. Thanks for the suggestion.
  2. I'm not using a hub in the strictest sense of the word. I assume you're referring to a device that allows me to connect multiple devices to the single Pineapple USB port. However, the hub I refer to in my post is the way that single port is viewed by the kernel in an lsusb: root@Pineapple:/tmp# lsusb Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub The Alfa is the only thing connected.
  3. Hello - first post, and my first bite of the pineapple. I requested and received one for the holidays, and have spent the last few days playing with it. I'm attempting to perform a simple deauth/hijack of a client on my local network, and my use of the Alfa adapter isn't working out the way I had hoped. Some details: - Connecting the USB adapter does not show an interface available - lsusb reflects that a device was connected - iwconfig or ifconfig can be used to bring the device up, light the LED, and perform further commands after which the device is 'usable' - Once the device is avai
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