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  1. b0N3z

    What am I missing

    I have been reading through the forums and this and i'm just stumped on getting this working with my pineapples. Im running from my home network and both Tetra and Nano are connected to the same router as the host PC running the Cloud C2. I have set this up on both my Windows and OSX machines and get the cloud working but can't get my Pineapples connect. I have setup the pineapple on the cloud and scp the device.config to /etc. Can't the pineapples to connect to save my life. This is how I have been running it. sudo ./c2-community-darwin-64 -hostname localhost for windows I have been using the windows exe without the sudo both pineapples are updated to the latest firmware ver 2.4.1 been trying to avoid running a vm with linux to try this out.
  2. b0N3z

    local ssh connection refused

    go to the network tab and check the box saying allow ssh.
  3. b0N3z

    [RELEASE] Hak5 Cloud C2 v1.0.X

    as an enthusiast im wanting to learn so..... im running everything on my home network. 1337th post
  4. b0N3z

    Working .onion links

    www.google.com
  5. Over 5v yes, over 2amp no. So any 5v 2+amp device is fine. The pineapple will only draw the amps it needs to function. If you use a power supply that is more than 5v, then yes you will fry the pineapple.
  6. b0N3z

    A thing

    One thing to help with all the other things. Ducky and bunny integration will be really cool. Great job guys!!!
  7. b0N3z

    upgraded antennas very loose - how come?

    I pulled my case apart and drilled the holes for the antenna post to make them slightly larger for a more secure fit
  8. the usb y cable is to power the device and access to the webui. The reason it is a y cable is because one single usb port is not enough power to keep the nano going under heavy loads. Many problems occur if you underpower the device. 5v2a is the output you want for the nano. anything below that will cause the nano to not function properly.
  9. over powering the 5v on a tetra or nano will not harm it. the device will only draw what it needs. Ive been using a 5v3.4a x2 battery for over a year and no problems. plus it works great with pi3 also. Do Not go over the recommend 12v 2a though. That has been known to blow silicone.
  10. @Sebkinne @Foxtrot Have been noticing the "ssid added this session" on the dashboard is acting weird. From power down it will show 0 but with a refresh page it will show xx added and the pool count doesnt change, same with reboots. Noticed this on Chrome, Firefox, and chrome mobile with both nano and tetra.
  11. b0N3z

    Adding PATH in linux

    Ive searched high and low with now fix to this problem. Does anybody else have any insight on this???
  12. I didnt have any problem with my tetra but the nano stilled needed the simlink
  13. b0N3z

    Custom BB firmware

    Not that I know of, but if you do make a custom firmware and install it on the bunny it would void any warranty by hak5
  14. Go to filter tab and make sure they both say "deny"
  15. I had the same error with the same command on the tetra last night "bus error" . running everything from a folder I made in /root Ill try the new update you just did and see what I get from there. EDIT: Just reinstalled updated ipk's and worked great. thanks dude.
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