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    There's been a bug in mdk4 related to some of the arguments you're providing to mdk4. I updated the tool yesterday, which should fix any issues with it. https://github.com/adde88/openwrt-useful-tools
  2. I haven't had time to test all modules yet, but the modules and software bundled with the firmware seems to work on both my Tetra and Nano. If you're having issues with a module/dependency i recommend contacting the developer, and also using the Help module to give him/her debug information to help solve the issue.
  3. The issues are coming from the gigantic leap from OpenWRT 15.05 to 19.07 in firmware v2.6.0. The developers of the third-party modules and dependencies needs to update their software to keep up with the times.
  4. Yes, it's a huge leap from OpenWRT 15.05 to 19.07, and about time! The best solution would be for the developers of the third-party modules (and dependencies) to update their software.
  5. Yes. It should work on both devices above firmware v2.6.0
  6. Important Update! 14. September 2019 I've updated the entire repo.(I created a separate branch to maintain compatibility with older firmware versions.) The INSTALL.sh script will now install hcxdumptool and hcxtools from the official OpenWRT repos. if it's launched without any arguments. It's not that long ago that my work got merged with OpenWRT , so this is pretty sweet! However, those official packages are not bleeding-edge versions. And both tools gets updated almost daily! If you want to use the latest bleeding-edge version of both tools you can launch the INSTALL.sh script with the argument: -c or --custom Example: ./INSTALL.sh --custom The install script will not work with older firmware versions at the moment.
  7. Install script hasn't been updated to the latest firmware. However, the IPK's are working when installing manually. I'll look into it right away. Thanks for posting the issue.
  8. any progress on updating besides-ng module for pineapple and uploading for official module?


  9. I went on vacation when the new firmware got pushed out, so i haven't had time to update it. Arrived back home again today, so i'll see if i can push out updates in a few hours.
  10. Haven't had time to update alot of my packages for firmware versions > 2.6.
  11. Interesting. I'll try to do some tests on my devices aswell. Could you paste the output from? /etc/config/wireless It's responsible for handling the naming of each different phy devices.
  12. Seems perfectly fine. /overlay is the internal file-system storage that gets read/written to. 👍🏻
  13. How about the following commands below? Do they display any more interfaces than just wlan0 and wlan1? iw list | grep "Wiphy phy" airmon-ng If they do, the additional interfaces might need to get defined within: /etc/config/wireless I've experienced similar bevhaviour earlier where this was my solution.
  14. Everything seems allright there. What's the output from iwconfig? Does the device display there?
  15. SSH to your Pineapple, while the wifi device is disconnected. Right after inserting it enter dmesg to your terminal, and copy/paste the output so we can see it. (Pastebin.org works great for long output such as dmesg)
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