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  1. Why not keep it simple and use a lte mifi spot or GSM modem and have the pineapple setup a reverse ssh pipe to a server online. That way you can connect to it from anywhere...
  2. Longest record that I know of is still 237 miles. https://www.google.co.jp/amp/s/www.wired.com/2007/06/w-wifi-record-2/amp
  3. Efficient power vise? Would depend on the USB device.
  4. From the FAQ: WiFi Pineapple TETRA The WiFi Pineapple TETRA requires 18W for normal stable operation. While the device may function under minimal load with less power, system instability may occur during peak load. Power may be provided to the device by any combination of USB UART, USB ETH, or 12V DC ports. The 12V DC port accepts a standard IEC 60130-10:1971 type A connector with 5.5 mm OD, 2.1 mm ID (center positive). You probably can't run it if an RPi 3, cause I think the max output on the USB ports (which is on the same controller as the eth port) is 1200mA .
  5. Fair enough. I stand corrected you can haul hay with a Lamborghini.
  6. Comparing hardware is one thing comparing software is another. The comparison should also include intent of use. You can't haul hay with a Lamborghini.
  7. There is no real advantage running the Nano plugged into the Tetra for kismet. The new kismet handles remotes as they are like local sources , hence if you have the Nano and Tetra running side by side as a kismet remote you are getting all the benefits of all 4 radios.
  8. You probably are better off by using the pineapples as a remote and off load the kismet server to something else, even a RPi.
  9. The special characters you need to get /set it are limited and usually within the 101 key space. But right , then again you would need to have at least some insight on who it is you are targeting. But you can easily design a payload that target "potential" possibilities. You wouldn't go into an engagement "totally " blind anyway. You do have to be aware the difference between the keyboard layout and input method , changing the keyboard layout does not impact the input method and if the input method is not set to a alphanumeric input (i.e.: Japanese, Korean,Chinese, Arabic etc etc) then yea you need to set the input method first before the main part of the payload.
  10. You can use power shell to get the current keyboard layout. You can also set it to a any keyboard layout using powershell.
  11. Yea the so the trick is to not to install it to the internal storage , but the sd card. The Nano has very limited internal storage. So dont copy it to the internal storage but the external storage, then link all the files required locally to the external sd card , change the root_overlay in opkg.conf to the sd card etc etc. Basically just manually going through the launch process of kismet and making sure it can get to the files it expects to be local but in reality are on the external sd card. writeup done: https://medium.com/@elkentaro/nano-kismet-kismet-on-a-wifi-pineapple-nano-305865216dee
  12. I got it working...on a Nano.... https://twitter.com/elkentaro/status/969906366474309632
  13. If you have a previous download/git , make sure you delete the src files from /openwrt/package/network and the /openwrt-master-whatever/dl/kismet-tetra-2017git-HEAD.tar.gz file. Seems I could compile kismet , but it crapped out for some other packages, that I don't think are necessary , but I will hunt down the error later.
  14. I've been told the git-master has been updated and should work now on building on Ubuntu.
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