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  1. Ok, thanks for the help guys! Though I have to wait ~1 month till the TTL UART module arrives from USA here. Maybe the Pineapple firmware stabilizes by then :D
  2. Oh I see, do you refer to these files -> http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/mk4/firmwares/factoryFiles.tar ? If yes, would there be a way to do "sysupgrade" via SSH / WebUI ? If yes, which of the .bins do I upload first, kernel or rootfs? Thanks!
  3. But the files from wifi pineapples already have Karma and other things. What I want to do is install OpenWRT, only OpenWRT with no other modifications. I think the version I'm looking for (and I think 2.8.0 is built on this as well) is called Attitude Adjusment :D
  4. I was wondering if someone installed stock OpenWRT from their website on the WiFi Pineapple. Has anyone tried it? If yes, could you guide me through the process? (preferably without a TTL UART module if it's possible) I want to test openWRT on this platform while the custom firmware stabilizes, as I have some problems with it. So first off, how would I go about installing OpenWRT to the WiFi Pineapple MK4 ? What file do I download?
  5. what's the bigger board from the top? some atom board? if yes, what are you running on it :D
  6. Hey guys, I was wondering if anybody tried to install Transmission to the WiFi Pineapple. I've installed it to my USB (cli, daemon & web), edited the /usb/etc/config/transmission and ~/.config/settings.json but when I try to open the WebUI I get: Any idea on how to fix this? I'm trying to make the Pineapple a mini-NAS while firmware 2.8.0 gets more stable and I can use it with karma in the public. Meanwhile, I want to use it to download torrents over night (not big ones, but some that contain lots of small files)
  7. Hah weird. I'll have to try it with an external hard disk as well. I will also try to reformat the stick to ext4, and if it doesn't work I'll try ext3. I really need this :D
  8. Let's suppose you've connected to an open network at the coffee shop. In that case you should get the victim to connect to you automatically
  9. Hey, because I'm one of those guys that buys a lots of USB flash drives but looses all of the ones with higher capacity, I have at home about 3 1GB ones which I want to play until I have some leftover money to buy a 16/32GB one :D So, I used a powered hub with 2 flash drives and hooked it up to the Pineapple. Both of them are configured for ext4, except that one of them has a partition for swap, and I use this to keep infusions and opkg packages, while the other one has only a ext4 partition. When I hooked both of them up and restarted the Pineapple, both of them were detected, but only /dev/sdaX (the one with swap+files) is automounted because of my fstab. However, if I list all the devices found, I get "/dev/sdb1" as well, and it's the exact size of the ext4 partition from my other drive. But when I try to mount it (manually using "mount") it says something like "not found in fstab". So I did some research and found out that fstab controls which drives can be "mount"-ed. So I created a new line in fstab, this one: and restarted it, and now it doesn't even detect the /dev/sdb1, nor can I mount it manually. But the stick with swap and files works great. It always did since I got my Pineapple. It mounts to /usb with no problems. I thought that the other stick would be corrupted, so I used another one, and the same exact problem occurs. Any thoughts on how to auto-mount multiple flash drives? Thanks a lot!
  10. I've downgraded to 2.7.5 .. still the same. 2.7.0 .. still the same. I'm going lower :) hopefully this won't break any functionality that is present in 2.8.0 //EDIT: I think I broke mine :( I was downgrading to 2.6.0 and without any errors or anything it just stopped, but my router detected it as connected, so I waited for about 15 minutes to finish in case it was working, after which I restarted it. Now I can't access the web interface or ping it, even though my router detects it as connected. I even tried to hold the reset button for 1, 5, 10 and 15 seconds and it's still not working :( Guess I'll have to flash it via serial to fix it, but it will take about 1 month to get a serial cable from USA.. hopefully until then the 2.8.0 will be stable :)
  11. yes, but I replaced it with "pineapple" in case he uses a different IP on the Pineapple :D
  12. Unfortunately I don't have the time until Friday night :( If someone else could try it, I could check the same thing on Friday and see if I get the same result...
  13. I think this is a 2.8.0 bug. Or are people on 2.8.0 that don't have this problem?
  14. hey, I had the same problem with "ln -s" pointing to the /usb. here's what command worked for me in the end.. with this, if you point your browser to http://pineapple:1471/usb/somefile.ext it will actually show the file from /usb/somefile.ext hopefully it helps :D
  15. I've managed to install it and configure it to route the traffic using: The IP of the Pineapple is the DMZ Host in my main router, and the Pineapple is connected via ethernet to the router. I can check that ports from the Pineapple are visibile on the outside by going to my main router's external IP and seeing exactly what I type in the Phishing page editor. Eg: port 80 works from the outside. However, when I disconnect my iPhone from my wireless network and try to connect to my router's external IP (which internally binds to the Pineapple), it gives a time out after about 15 seconds, without authentication failures or anything. Just so you know, I've started the process manually after running that iptables command, and I can see the "pptpd" in the Resources list for the processes. I also configured the pptpd.conf and chap-secrets like I would configure an ubuntu machine. I can copy that config if it's needed :) How can I fix this? :(
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