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  1. When looking through dmesg I notice this not sure if the "not supported" is the problem because I can open "cat /dev/rfcomm0" just fine, not sure how gpsd thinks about it [ 70.176926] Bluetooth: RFCOMM TTY layer initialized [ 70.176966] Bluetooth: RFCOMM socket layer initialized [ 70.176987] Bluetooth: RFCOMM ver 1.11 [ 77.927678] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 87.020196] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 87.021156] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 93.020151] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 401.665876] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 401.670516] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 411.021010] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 411.021251] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 411.022220] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 411.022454] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 417.020636] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [ 417.020832] Bluetooth: TIOCGSERIAL is not supported [
  2. Thanks for the tip, I already tried "chmod 777 /dev/rfcomm0" for fun earlier but no luck, same error
  3. rfcomm 9730 root 5r CHR 216,0 0t0 49166 /dev/rfcomm0 I should note that I'm using a raspberry pi 3, don't know if it makes a difference I'm guessing the "rfcomm" from above is the rfcomm process it self hosting the /dev/rfcomm0
  4. Yes I have that tried that, but it instantly closes the gpsd process with no log/error message
  5. For the life of me I can't figure this out, at the moment I have my phone sharing the GPS over bluetooth using the app (Share GPS) I have the phone paired and using "rfcomm connect rfcomm0 xx:xx:xx:xx..." to create a serial rfcomm0 connection When I use "cat /dev/rfcomm0" I see all the nmea output constantly flowing but when check the status of gpsd (systemctl status gpsd) I get the following output ● gpsd.service - GPS (Global Positioning System) Daemon Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/gpsd.service; static) Active: active (running) since Fri 2017-12-01 12:12:03 CET; 23min ago Main PID: 9645 (gpsd) CGroup: /system.slice/gpsd.service └─9645 /usr/sbin/gpsd -N /dev/rfcomm0 /dev/rfcomm0 Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: device open failed: Device or resource busy - retrying read-only Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: read-only device open failed: Device or resource busy Dec 01 12:35:10 raspi gpsd[9645]: gpsd:ERROR: /dev/rfcomm0: device activation failed. but (cat \dev\rfcomm0) works fine, when I look in kismet I get the following message ERROR: No update from GPSD in 15 seconds or more, attempting to reconnect INFO: Connected to a JSON-enabled GPSD version 3.11, turning on JSON mode
  6. Nice idea, could be done I guess in the good old PHP, there is already a project going for some time tho, u can check it out here, http://www.fruitywifi.com
  7. I tried it on my 3DS, but I was not able to login into the pineapple, it simply redirected back to the login page
  8. Are there any europe shops open for the turtle ? if so, link :)
  9. Thanks, I aswell had to put the ethernet into Classic mode, it's working
  10. I'm curious if it's possible to put a ethernet cable between the raspberry pi 2 and the pineapple and access the Pi2 through the pineapple's wifi I've seen others been able todo so but I've seen no other thread how they got it working, anyone know ?
  11. Yoo, is there a nice way to setup a boot script written in bash/sh I'm trying to enable wlan0, wlan1 and wlan2 and after that enable airodump Currently I'm trying todo it through init.d but no luck really and the dip switches are funky in version 2.3.0 Any help is appreciated :)
  12. I'm curious about this aswell, can it be done together with a Raspberry PI ?
  13. Anyone tried to pwn some consoles which are having wifi ? I know most of you are probably targetting devices like laptops, phones and such but what about gaming consoles ? Tried it earlier with my WII U and it was really easy with the pineapple
  14. Did anyone got a Raspberry PI working with BeEF together with the Pineapple ? I'm curious how this can be done
  15. Got it working, simply re-flashed the sdcard for the raspberry, thanks for the help
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