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  1. Pine AP 1.9 update breaks Mark V's beta firmware version 3.0.0 There seem to be all sorts of Angular js exceptions thrown about.
  2. Thanks for the responses. Thanks also Crazy Clown I guess that answers my question. I just didn't want to buy a wifi adapter and not have it work on my machine. I was just feeling extra skeptical after troubleshooting my Kali install on my macbook pro. Thanks @alcatos also- I've got Kali 1.1 booted ok and so far it was just the wireless thing that was causing me issues- hopefully that's resolved now- next step is to try it with the wireless adapter and keep my fingers crossed! I'm not sure how to close this topic but if possible I'll take crazyclowns response as an answer. :D
  3. I had a similar problem on my mid 2009 macbook pro. I could see networks in Kali but not connect to my home's wifi. At one point I actually was able to connect and I tried to run reaver then (putting my card into monitor mode, my own mistake after I learned the chip didn't support packet injection)... But when I tried to bring back up my wlan interface I couldn't connect again to my home AP. After a few days I thought about re-installing kali but instead, booted into my mac and deleted my AP info from System Preferences --> Network --> Wifi --> Advanced Re-booted, booted back into
  4. Thanks for the response. What I meant was - because my laptop is essentially a Macbook pro- should the adapter I buy specify that it supports Mac OS? I didn't think this would've been a problem but because of the issues associated with connecting to my wifi it doesn't seem like everything is separated as such. So to try and be as clear and succinct as I can be. The real question My laptop is a Macbook pro but I'm booting to Kali OS - when buying an adapter should I look that it supports the Mac OS even though I'll be booting into linux? For example the Alfa AWUS036NHA doesn't support Ma
  5. Hi guys. Situation So I've had some pineapple issues and currently waiting on receiving a new one. In the meantime I thought I'd partition my macbook and try installing Kali linux on it! (great fun ) These are the specs I'm working with: Macbook pro (mid 2009) 10.10 Yosemite - BCM43xxx wireless card Kali Linux (dual boot) 1.1 Question 1 - My n00b question is has anyone any experience with wireless usb adapters supporting packet injection? 2 - Even though I'm dual booting into Kali should I be concerned that the hardware is Mac OS X and should I be specifically looking for Mac OS X s
  6. Thanks for the replies. I've also tried unbricking it as well but no joy https://www.wifipineapple.com/?flashing Unfortunately wlan1 still won't even show up. :(
  7. I've factory reset, re-flashed, and unbricked but no joy :( Correct, PineAP won't work with Wlan1 enabled. It needs to be disabled because it actually needs to be in monitor mode ( I believe ) https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/33427-karmapineap-disables-wlan1-and-wlan1-disconnects-karma/ My problem is that PineAP won't actually start at all. From the tile it seems enabled but within the tile it says "PineAp is not running. Cannot load settings." Just for some sanity testing I was trying to connect in Client mode and noticed wlan1 wasn't operational which lead me to the the "[help
  8. Above steps ddn’t work- in fact I couldn’t even find the wlan1 interface. So I found this link https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/31771-the-task-fix-client-mode-for-everyone/ root@Pineapple:~# ifconfig wlan1 up && iwlist wlan1 scan ifconfig: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device root@Pineapple:~# Googling that mentioned having to do a factory reset and not having the Wifi manager(?) infusion… I didn’t have that infusion installed but instead tried it anyway. I now have the wlan0 and wlan0-1 interface available. Is this right? I’m currently connected via eth
  9. Point of reference: currently I'm trying this now: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/33377-pineap-not-starting-firmware-203/ If this doesn't work I might just then try the "unbricking steps" https://www.wifipineapple.com/?flashing&version=mk5
  10. Type in ssh root@172.16.42.1 and enter your password for the pineapple. Then shut it down with 'shutdown' command.
  11. Info: So I got my pineapple Mark V about a month ago- I’m new to it and just learning the ropes. Setup: Macbook running Yosemite 10.10.2 and using @TGYK's ICS script to get connected via Ethernet. Problem: About a week ago I was able to successfully run the PineAP suite and was even able to get a couple of clients connected. However when I’m trying again- I can’t see my SSID list populate my list of available networks or get PineAP running. Attempts to fix: Said ‘screw it’ I’ll do a factory reset, format SD card, run any updates I can find. Results: PineAP
  12. I've gotten it to work first time. Today I tried it again and wasn't able to get it working properly but running the script again with the -n flag seems to have it working for me again. I wouldn't imagine this should have to be run everytime I want to log in.... Or should it???
  13. Delighted! Got my Mark V and tried doing all of this manually via the pineapple wiki and no luck- then came across this script and at least I'm seeing an Internet IP in my Network infusion panel! Thanks TGYK!
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