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jpmk12

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  1. I had this problem when i was trying to save things to a formatted USB stick.I ended up using a new SD card and formatting it with the control panel UI. Once i re-installed the infusions from the bar, i never had this problem again.
  2. Noone ever becomes concerned about anything until it posses some sort of threat. The knowledge that tools like the wifi pineapple have helped spread bring awareness and help protect people. It also causes the designers to think more about security and the implications of storing private data. When I did my thesis in computer science, it was a completely novel concept to make security a true high point of concern in a large project. I attribute the internet becoming a safer place due to tools like this teaching people to challenge assumptions about the devices they use. Any device can be confi
  3. I decided to upgrade the card and I used the Web UI to auto format the partition. Worked like a charm. Now I am able to install to my sd card again.
  4. I noticed today when I tried an FDISK that my SD card now says it has an invalid partition table. Do you see the same? This may have happened when i factory restored or could be an error that happened when i was using the USB flash drive. I am going to try to recreate the SD card and see if that fixes it. fdisk -l output Disk /dev/sda: 1887 MB, 1887436800 bytes 59 heads, 62 sectors/track, 1007 cylinders Units = cylinders of 3658 * 512 = 1872896 bytes Disk /dev/sda doesn't contain a valid partition table
  5. After more forum hunting and google searching, i followed this tutorial: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/30786-reboot-lost-all-infusions-on-sd-card/ I am not able to complete it though because when i run the commands, i see this. root@Pineapple:~# blkid /dev/mtdblock2: TYPE="squashfs" I dont see my SD card at all. root@Pineapple:/# ls -la /dev/sd* brw-r--r-- 1 root root 8, 0 Dec 26 02:59 /dev/sda /dev/sdcard: drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 60 Dec 26 02:59 . drwxr-xr-x 8 root root 880 Dec 26 02:59 .. lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root
  6. I have also had issues with infusions installed to the SD card not working or appearing to no longer be installed after a reboot. I factory reset my pineapple and now I no longer have the option to install to SD. Update: After formatting my SD card using the Web UI, it starting working again as normal.
  7. So after spending a few more hours on the forum, I saw where someone said the pineapple no longer supports infusions installed to USB. (An independent verification would be helpful). I see the point of this if it is true. So I decided restore my pineapple to defaults and install the infusions on the SD card, but I no longer get this option. I restored the pineapple to factory default. I know this worked before. Any ideas on what I did to screw it up? Below is my FSTAB for trying to install infusions to the SD card. config global automount option from_fstab 1 option anon_mount
  8. Well, that was quite a large amount of energy expelled on something really simple. It was the Auto Connect that was preventing the script from working. As soon as I disabled it and rebooted (the reboot allowed the auto detect to start working), the script worked with no issue. Thanks so much Mr. Protocol for your help. Once I get my usb stick working, ill be on a roll.
  9. I performed the flush command and now I am no longer seeing the error: iptables: Too many links. I am still getting the following error: SIOCDELRT: No such process Each time i attempt the script, I loose connectivity to the pineapple and to my internet. I am trying to use my laptops wifi connection to provide internet access and the pineapple is connected to the eth0. I just want to verify that when it asks for gateway, it means the router and when it asks for PC IP, it means the ip connected to the external internet, not what the pineapple assigns it. Any other ideas to try? - Ju
  10. Hello, I am having some issues accessing the USB storage from inside the Pineapple. I also can't install infusions or any software to the USB drive. It is a 16 gig mini stick that I have no issue writing to from SSH. It is partition into 2 ext4 partitions. The stick is plugged directly into the pineapple without a hub. It looks like i may be confused between all the different automatic mount points. I have tried to include any relevant info below. As you can see in my mount print, the second partition on my disk (as described in the tutorial) doesn't seem to be loading. In my dmesg, it also
  11. I don't have any custom settings at the moment. When I get back home, I will try to flush them and do it again. Thanks so much for the help. I will let you know if this fixes it just in case anyone else has this issue. - Justin
  12. The linksys router is connected directly to the modem and provides DHCP for my small network. The gateway is as listed above. Could the problem be the pineapple network or ip? This is the pineapple up I use to connect front my laptop. Just a guess from the too many links error.
  13. Thanks for the reply, my gateway is 172.16.69.2 and I have verified this by checking the settings of the router. Is that what you were getting at or did I misunderstand? Is there another setting I need to look at? - Justin
  14. Hello, I have greatly enjoyed my Pineapple thus far and am extremely impressed with this awesome tool. I have a question for you. I am running Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit with my pineapple. I have attempted many times to run the wp5 scripts (using sudo) and receive the print below. Just in case there are any questions about my configuration, I have also posted ifconfig printouts at the bottom. After the scripts runs, I can no longer connect to the internet or the pineapple. I also have a side question about the SD card, does this card get flashed with each boot. I have stored some data on it that
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