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  1. That's great news! Also I really like the updated script of hours, been running it in my Kali box :-) but off the top of my head, all I can think of term's supported other than tmux are "screen" , and byobu. I think "screen" would probably be best suited for this task, but I'm still novice in this area. Again, great work on your script! Edit: my noobness is shining through. Byobu is a layer ontop of tmux or screen. So i guess as far as my knowledge goes, is tmux and screen are the only viable ones I know of.
  2. Hi all. I'm not sure if this relevant, I have an alfa awus036h I plug into the pineapple, and connect through client mode. But whether I'm connecting to the pineapple through Ap or Ethernet always seem to get nothing more than 3-4mbps. My network is a 25mbps connection and if I plug the adapter in my laptop I do reach roughly 18-20mps. Any insight? That's on a fresh factory reset on the pineapple no 3rd party infusions
  3. Well, instead of using the gnome terminal, could the terminal invocations be replaced for an openwrt compatible one? Such as screen or tmux, byobu? As I'm still learning, this is beyond my current knowledge to make a working port for openwrt of your nice script! :-) My reason for wanting such, is to have it running on my ( and im sure many others ) Pineapple MarkV. so far it appears that the gnome terminal is the only thing hampering this from running on an openwrt system. even if lets say it were made to run in all one screen would be fine aswell. 0E 800 had attempted this and modified your script and named it "ReVdK3-rW.sh", that version is here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzolLN2vKwxjcGNrYmp1cVBFT28/edit but i recall that one not working as planned on the pineapple, its been a while since ive tried it in order to pinpoint the problem. but there is a want / need for this script to be able to run on other systems that only supply a screen,tmux, byobu etc interfaces
  4. Awesome! Thanks for the good to know info, seb :-) seems I was doing it the hard way lol
  5. Is there a chance that there will be an openwrt compatible version of this?
  6. I swear I had to install an ipk that way? Hmm. Whether it be in the tmp folder or where it is that opkg store the temporary downloaded ipk for install, that's where I had to install from. Thought it was /tmp/
  7. Also you can keep it on the SD card to save space on internal memory.You just have to make sure you make the proper symlinks.
  8. You must put the ipk on the internal memory, more specifically in the /tmp/ directory of the internal memory. So either scp it over or sftp it to the internal memory /tmp/ directory. Then follow the instructions posted above
  9. no prob, let us know if it works for you aswel :) just dont forget to apply the steps that whistlemaster suggested ( after installing reaver to the internal memory ). hopefully if what i suggested works, then should help a few others having similar problems too :)
  10. Also, as whistle master suggests, in addition, do you have reaver installed to sd or internal storage? I ask because I was having similar problems not being able to run anything wps cracking related unless if the reaver / bully binaries were installed on the internal storage. Or if I installed on sd storage, I had to manually symlink the binaries to their respective internal locations. Maybe whistlemaster can update the infusion to auto symlink the binaries if chosen to sd install them
  11. maybe is keeping a bad cache, and is cleared when say capacitors are depleted from not being plugged in? i remember similar issues with a different router i had. and also i believe the original nintendo wii did this too lol all just had to be unplugged for a day or so. i cant say its deffinately a bad cache, but its something that the pineapple was keeping in memory and the trickle from a capacitor was keeping it alive more than likely. more than likely something to do with the kernel or libs? just my opinion :) also, maybe it would be worth putting your steps up on the wiki and list it under troubleshooting for future users who may have similar issues
  12. Looks great newbi3! cant wait for it! :D now was this intended for use with the built in webserver or nodogsplash?
  13. would a simple crossover cable work for this reason? or is it too dependant on the fw and config of the users router and pineapple. havent tried it yet, but if someone else has, feel free to chirp in :) and seb, where can we find this beta FW?
  14. Hey hows it goin? this is a long shot, but i am looking for the xfinity pineapple source's seeing that the GIT is gone, if you by chance still have the package laying around? if so, would you mind uploading to say maybe zippyshare, mediafire, or site like such? thank you in advance and have a great day! cheers! send me a pm with details :) Nevermind ;)
  15. actually, i dont see why that wouldnt be able to run on the pineapple. meets all the requirements. " WUDS can be installed and configured on any system with Python 2.x and a wireless card capable of Monitor mode "
  16. in the openwrt /kamikaze/8.09.2/ar71xx/packages/ , there is aircrack-ng_r1396-1.2_mips.ipk seeing it is an older build of openwrt, but for our ar71xx attitude adjustment build, would this still install? as of current, our version on the pineapple is 1.1
  17. oops, yeah i would would wait for someone with more experience with the MarkV. i just got mine and haven't dug in too much to its core functions. spent most of my time modding an incognito fake 6lb rock, to make it house the pineapple & antenna's internally lol ( i think people would find it slightly odd if a rock had 4 antennas sticking out of it hahaha ), and busy learning it so far learning python to configure the MarkV for my own needs :) ( coming from C# to python, i wonder if my hair will grow back?? ) but in any means, wait for Darren or Seb, or someone who has much more experience with its functions, as i havent done too much with mine as of yet other than scripting it for my very specific needs.
  18. yes sir, you can :) it comes preloaded with airodump-ng. and with such, you can grep / awk the output
  19. maybe has some reason as to why the chips are locked
  20. And also, what kind of task would it be to have someone compile the besside-ng and other tools in the full aircrack-ng experimental package for the pineapple? ( i just assume its not avail for our device, seeing there is not much talk of these wonderful tools ) and actually, another question. is there a mark5 repo i can browse to see all packages included and available?
  21. Hi all! Just ordered my Mark5 and should be arriving sometime today, but i have a few questions reguarding the Pineapples ability to fully automate wep fiding and cracking. what i'd like to do is have a DIP set up so it will automatically make use of the onboard RTL8187 and another RTL8187 via usb, find wep network, and automatically attempt to crack it. now i am not sur if the pineapple comes with binaries for Besside-NG or Wesside-NG, but those automate the tasks of which i am looking for. my question is, does the pineapple have simmilar built in features if it does not support besside-ng or wesside-ng? if no to both, any idea on how to fully automate those tasks without me having to log into the interface and or have to push in some ssh commands? i'd really like to just have a DIP switch to set and fully automate without my interaction, and make use of both RTL8187's. i have found this script for something simmilar in feature wise im looking for, but is made for a Kali linux distro, but will it work on the pineapple? https://github.com/d4rkcat/HandShaker thank you all in advance! and special thanks to the Hak5 team!
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