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  1. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    I am too interested in somehow making a module out of this, as this is a problem that comes back after every firmware update to the nano. I'm sure we could somehow together manage to create one if we join forces. here are some general notes getting this to work; i'm just looking at my nano without recalling what i did exactly. 1) first install the gpsd from openwrt (as listed in the guide over at holisticsecurity) 2) install kismet-server, alternatively the kismet-client from opkg install to sdcard (--dest sd) 3) change kismet.conf to where you want the logs to be, what type of gps your using, and probably something else (cant remember) ill upload my kismet conf (that is located at /etc/kistmet/kismet.conf) as a backup for myself. then you have to start the gpsd deamon with `gpsd /dev/ttyUSB0' , put the wireless into monitor with airmon-ng start wlan1 and then the kistmet server with `kismet_server -f /etc/kismet/kismet.conf -s --daemonize` and you(i) should be set *disclaimer: these are my own notes for how i *think* i did this quite a while ago, YMMV- i am not responsible for your device blowing up ;p kismet.conf https://forums.hak5.org/topic/37748-gpsd/
  2. IRC connection woes

    I am certinally have issues with connecting to the irc server as well. * Connecting to irc.virtualhacker.net:6667... * Requesting capability list... [celadon.darkscience.net] *** Looking up your hostname... [celadon.darkscience.net] *** Looking up your ident... * Negotiating capabilities... [celadon.darkscience.net] *** Could not resolve your hostname: Domain name not found; using your IP address (<snipe>) instead. [celadon.darkscience.net] *** If you are having problems connecting due to ping timeouts, please type /quote PONG AZBBQMDkEv or /raw PONG AZBBQMDkEv now. * Capability negotiation finished [celadon.darkscience.net] *** Ident request timed out. [celadon.darkscience.net] *** Could not find your ident, using ~oneuseaccount instead. * Connection failure: The remote host closed the connection I am unable to perform those commands suggested for timeout issues, which this isn't anyway. ideas?
  3. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    can't find the edit button, but i forgot to start airmon-ng to wlan1mon :p
  4. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    Ah. hehe. :) the opkg list command only shows the kismet-server for me.. odd. anyway, the GPSd does appear to work, gpsd /dev/ttyUSB0 && gpsmon displays cordinates from the dongle. I just tested with kismet using GPSd config instead, that does appear to write things to the gpsxml. (just checking with 'du /sd/.kismet/*' however- the netxml doesn't appear to be growing in size, and upon inspecting it, it is empty.
  5. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    root@Pineapple:~# opkg search *kismet* kismet-server - 2013-03-R1b-1 kismet-server - 2013-03-R1b-1 kismet-server - 2013-03-R1b-1 kismet-server - 2013-03-R1b-1 The dongle is blinking, which according to the manual means that it has found a lock on satelites, and i tested it on my desktop- where it also found satelites and showed me some cordinates using kismac2 application. I've let the cat run for ~10minutes and still nothing. Regarding kismet client, it seems it is no longer in nano's repo for opkg. sadface.
  6. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    /dev/ttyUSB0 doesn't give me any raw output, it stays open in cat but without printing anything. I test the gps with my computer- that worked flawlessly. I've also noticed the pineapple doesn't have kismet-client available in opkg :\
  7. Good wardriving GPS small enough to fit with the NANO?

    Hi- I'm sorry for reviving this old thread, but i recently purchased a hulox M-213 in hopes of wardriving with the pineapple nano. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B015H9D3SY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I am unable to get it to function with kismet, when attempting to use it, i get no gps coordinates and no indication of if it connected to the gps or not. when attempting to use virtual gps, it gives me the gps cords- so there's nothing wrong there. So what i am asking for is, does anybody know how I can test the gps on the nano outside kismet?