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  1. Hi! I seem to be having a problem with installing a kernel module on the Tetra. It's running the latest firmware. Installing any other module works just fine, except for kmod-usb-audio. Error: Configuring kmod-usb-audio. modprobe: can't change directory to '': No such file or directory modprobe: can't change directory to '': No such file or directory afterwords its listed als installed program but not displayed when i give a lsmod. any thoughts? I cant seem to find the answer to this modprobe problem on any openWRT related forums. Problem is consistent on more than one Tetra FULL ERROR: opkg install kmod-usb-audio Installing kmod-usb-audio (3.18.20-1) to root... Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/ar71xx/generic/packages/base/kmod-usb-audio_3.18.20-1_ar71xx.ipk. Multiple packages (kmod-usb-core and kmod-usb-core) providing same name marked HOLD or PREFER. Using latest. Installing kmod-sound-core (3.18.20-1) to root... Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/ar71xx/generic/packages/base/kmod-sound-core_3.18.20-1_ar71xx.ipk. Installing kmod-input-core (3.18.20-1) to root... Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/ar71xx/generic/packages/base/kmod-input-core_3.18.20-1_ar71xx.ipk. Configuring kmod-input-core. Configuring kmod-sound-core. Configuring kmod-usb-audio. modprobe: can't change directory to '': No such file or directory modprobe: can't change directory to '': No such file or directory Collected errors: * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for kmod-usb-audio: * kernel (= 3.18.20-1-7bed08fa9c06eb8089e82c200340ec66) * kernel (= 3.18.20-1-7bed08fa9c06eb8089e82c200340ec66) * kernel (= 3.18.20-1-7bed08fa9c06eb8089e82c200340ec66) * * pkg_run_script: package "kmod-usb-audio" postinst script returned status 1. * opkg_configure: kmod-usb-audio.postinst returned 1. If the above errors were only about a kernel version missmatch, please ignore them. The package was installed successfully.
  2. Wondering what info you want to gsther with a normal,bluetooth device? Hcitool scan or hcitool inq will only list devices that are set as discoverable.. I like your detailled progress post... just wondering what you plan to get out of the end result.. And yes! A powered usb hub should do the trick!
  3. Use airodump-ng and write output to csv or kismetfile and call it via a script in /etc/RC.local. Fire up your nano and start walking.....no hardware needed at the scene.
  4. Launch an openvpn acces server (amazon cloud or simular). Install openvpn on your pineapple and let it connect to openvpnas. Do the same from your pentesting laptop... done :)
  5. If you want to be absolutely passive, put the radios into monitor mode and use airodump to log the MacAdresses and probes.
  6. Factory reset! https://www.wifipineapple.com/pages/faq
  7. Correct. You need a hub if you want to use more than 1 USB slave device. Powered if you are going to use devices that drain alot.
  8. Or try putting wlan1 into monitor mode and see of the gui recon mode still works. You could use recon for visual and run airodump on the 2nd adapter... of the other way around or plug in a 3rd adapter.....
  9. Put your airodump command in /etc/rc.local so its executed after boot up. Fire the nano up, wait 30 seconds and do your thing.... For the visual element while walking combine it with " Wifi overview 360 " app on an Android phone... Just an idea..
  10. You could put an adapter into monitor mode and Run airodump to write the scan to a csv.
  11. See the other thread. E173 is not a cdc ether device. Try e3372h-153
  12. Hauwei E173 is not a cdc ether device so will not work like i described above. It will need to go into gsm serial mode. So you need usb modeswitching for this one to work.
  13. Please see thread: Down the bottom i posted a working combo on the Tetra. Almost plug and play so no nano "support" needed since it is supported by the OS. Should work on the nano too
  14. That depends who you are aiming for... the standard are omni directional antennas. So if you are looking to get clients all around you, just stick em up in the air... aiming for the coffeeshop across the street? Get directional and point it there! Most PineApp traffic i believe runs on wlan0, the left side.. see above
  15. You could always change the subnet if 253 clients arent enough. As for using alot of bandwith, it all depends on the Processing Power of the nano. I dont own a Nano, but the Tetra handles lots of traffic very well, as supposed to the MK5 which in my case had trouble routing high traffic. Just test it with a couple of clients and HD streams
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