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Foxtrot

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  1. No, I don't. Kismet comes with a variety of other packages to provide the capture sources for Kismet itself. You most likely want to install "kismet-capture-linux-wifi" as well as "kismet".
  2. Hi, Are you sure you're installing the capture tools too?
  3. Keep the conspiracy theories to a minimum, thanks. I'm also not sure which loading screen you mean specifically. Can you be more specific?
  4. The product is a complete one. Perhaps if you added some actual information to your post, I'd be able to get an understanding of why you had issues connecting to the internet, but since you didn't I'll address the other points in your post instead. This is more than likely because you are either outright not connected to the WiFi Pineapple, or because your IP settings are configured incorrectly. The netmask is pre-populated for you in Windows' connection editor, and in NetworkManager on linux, but because it's a 172.16.0.0 network, it's 255.255.0.0. The default gateway is not a required entry. I really disagree that it's difficult to setup. But I'm happy to hear what exact changes you would like to see to make it easier. Why is the IP address weird? It's a standardised range for a private network, as described in RFC1918. There is absolutely nothing "weird" about it. Regardless of that, details about the IP Address of the device are included in the docs in written and video form. Setup instructions are also included on the card that comes inside every box. Like many other companies, we are also suffering the effects of a global chip shortage. Yes, it will come. In the meantime, you can view our documentation for what adaptors have support, and check the beta thread for support that is coming soon to a stable build.
  5. Hello, We just pushed Beta 2 to the beta channel! You can catch the changes in the change log in the original post, all new additions/changes start with NEW. Thanks!
  6. You can't, and this is unrelated to the WiFi Pineapple. I suggest you contact your local police regarding any blackmail, etc, as you describe.
  7. I suspect you are using Big Sur, for which the ASIX driver is kinda bad currently. It seems that ASIX are yet to release a fully working driver for Big Sur's driver model changes.
  8. Hi mskar, To determine if it's an issue on the Pineapple side vs the server side, you could check /tmp/ on the device for the cc-error-log.txt file. If that exists, please share it here and I'll be happy to take a look.
  9. The driver is unstable, and sometimes not very good. This is the fault of Realtek, nobody else. It's packaged in the OpenWRT opkg feeds, so if you are interested in trying it regardless of my warning, nobody is stopping you.
  10. I'm not sure what this is in response to? We don't write drivers, lol.
  11. I ran the wireless setup on a unit myself earlier today, everything worked fine. Make sure you're actually pressing the button hard/deep enough.
  12. Unfortunately, I have to agree. When designing the Mark 7, we spent a lot of time making the module creation process as close as possible to the previous, if not slightly easier, while also adding new capabilities to the product. But it seems that the age of community written modules is over (?). As I've said in the Discord, I'm working on writing requested modules that community members have asked for, but it saddens me to see that a majority of users simply ask for "more modules", but most don't have an idea of what they would actually like to see. I believe the original topic of this thread has run it's course, so I'll be locking it. You can find more discussion in the other forum threads, or feel free to create one if you feel.
  13. Hello, Make sure both of you try the Firmware Recovery method to try a factory reset first. If not, please make a support ticket. Thanks
  14. As is written on the same page, you need to press the button on the front of the unit.
  15. This is indeed the idea. As some of you who have tried the beta already know by now, the 1.1.0 firmware has a drop-down in the Networking settings that allows you to set a supported dual band adapter for the device. This is common, many people mistakenly buy the AWUS036AC (which has an unsupported RTL8812AU chipset) instead of the AWUS036ACM (which has the supported MT7612U chipset). The cases are identical except for an "M" logo on the top of the ACM.
  16. "Flickering" is normal. The LED is set-up to show activity for wlan0... This isn't a problem at all.
  17. @spudgunmanYou don't need to post the same thing in multiple threads. See my reply in one of the other threads you posted in.
  18. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360055166053-Firmware-Recovery See the link above to learn how to factory reset your unit.
  19. Please keep the forum threads on topic and constructive, thanks. This seems like you're doing either one of two things: 1) Simply not pressing the button in deep enough. Make sure to press it firmly, past the audible click. 2) You're attempting to setup over WiFi but you're no longer connected to it.
  20. Can you send me the ticket ID? I'll make sure it gets looked at.
  21. @kokas_o_Sapo There is no need to post the same thing in multiple threads.
  22. Hi PAtech, I'm sorry that none of your SD cards aren't working, that does indeed seem strange. Just to verify that it isn't the SD cards themselves, is it possible for you to test with another card? Red LED is indicative of either a non functioning SD card, or an invalid inject.bin. You can find a known working test inject.bin at http://darren.kitchen/ducktest/inject.bin.
  23. Hi, I've tried reproducing this issue, but I don't seem to get the same resulting configuration file as you do. Connecting to an Open AP generates a config that contains no "key" field. Is this any special kind of AP you're trying to connect to? Thanks
  24. Hi think2, This is correct evaluation for 1.0.2 and prior, however, Firmware 1.1.0 BETA and onwards have no problems with installing those kernel modules. If you'd like to try it, I recommend trying the BETA (Topic is pinned), or just waiting for the 1.1.0 release to hit stable. Thanks!
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