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  1. Hi again, It seems that the problem is related to the PSU, I tried replacing the stock 9v 1.5amp for a 12v 1amp PSU, the pineapple seems to be more stable after that, I upgraded to 2.3.0 firmware, and now can handle 4 clients with the mentioned enabled attacks . Unfortunately when I tried to execute a second attack via SSH, adding another wlan1 monitor interface (PineAP has one running) and lunched wifite, pineapple wasn't able to handle the tasks, and rebooted when it was looking for networks. Wifite worked fine when I ran it with the 9v 1.5 amp power supply, wlan0 down, and with the 2.0.4 firmware.
  2. Hi Everyone, I'm having issues with my pineapple Mark V, as the tittle said, it reboots when Im connected to the management WiFi using my cellphone, and checking the clients connected (even if there isn't any), showing the "entropy bonny" to suddenly lit the red led and reinitiate. This happened with under the following escenario: Pineapple connected to RJ-45 configured with the new client mode to access internet Running Karma, PineAP, Beacon Response, Auto Harvester and SSLStrip. MicroSD Sandisk Ultra 32GB, also tested with the 2GB stock MicroSD. All the rest setting as default. My unsucessful attempt to troubleshoot this was execute the un-brick flashing process using the factory.bin firmware image, to later upgrade the firmware from the 2.0.4 version to the latest 2.3.0. Im currently running the 2.0.4 firmware on the Pineapple, as it seems to be more stable than the 2.3.0 firmware. If any further information is required, please do not hesitate to ask. Any advice or tip will be much appreciate to solve this will be much appreciated
  3. Hi guys, I'm also experiencing some issues with the SD card on the device. It works fine for sometime after the card is formatted in ext3, but after 5 hours the SD card is not longer detected, even if I reboot the machine, when I tried to re-mount the card I have the following error message: root@Pineapple:~# mount /dev/sda1 mount: mounting /dev/sda1 on /sd failed: Invalid argument When i tried to re-create the partition I have this error message. Last cylinder or +size or +sizeM or +sizeK (1-1007, default 1007): Using default value 1007 Command (m for help): w The partition table has been altered. Calling ioctl() to re-read partition table fdisk: WARNING: rereading partition table failed, kernel still uses old table: Invalid argument Any help or tip is going to be very appreciated. ----------------------------- This has been solved, I realize that I was using a partition (sda1) and not the whole disk. (sda).
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