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  1. New nano, having some success, but i get these messages (which say "report this!") when i run airmon-ng: PHY Interface Driver Chipset null 802.11bgn ?????? non-mac80211 device? (report this!) null IEEE ?????? ditto null Mode:Master ?????? ditto null Tx-Power=17 ?????? ditto null dBm ?????? ditto phy0 wlan0 ath9k Not pci, usb, or sdio phy0 wlan0-1 ath9k Not pci, usb, or sdio phy1 wlan1 ath9k_htc Atheros Communications, Inc. AR9271 802.11n When i get the above, i am ssh'ing to the Nano using wifi. Also, if i do: airmon-ng start wlan0 , i get errors (but i suspect it's because i am ssh'ing to the Nano using its wlan0?). If i do: airmon-ng start wlan1, i get the expected output of neighboring APs & clients. ... Thanks for any comments on this. --orrin
  2. CnetExpo, thanks for the reply. That was February 9, and i've learned a bunch since then, and i keep notebooks on it because i won't remember it all! Basically, right now i'm using Pentoo-on-a-stick to control a HackRF. I am not trying to install more programs on the usb stick, the Gentoo/Pentoo commands are not something i want to learn right now. Then: i use Kali and Ubuntu 16 to control the YS1, and other tasks. So i push-push-push on something until i either succeed or give up lol. I have about a 65% success rate. I just hate it when website instructions are outdated or wrong, plus there's my own klutz factor lol. Heureux juillet ami O.
  3. Well no responses to this, from people who may have used it. Here is my update from doing searches. So far i have no solution for the dongle (usb) version of this, but it looks like there are an Arduino (and an R Pi) solutions for using the CC1101 transceiver: CC1101 with a usb connector: https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-433M-CC1101-USB-Wireless-RF-Transceiver-Module-10mW-USB-UART-MAX232-RS232/121543875213?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 An unsuccessful attempt to use it: https://allodox.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/usb-1100pa-433mhz-wireless-rf-transceiver/ with Arduino: https://github.com/veonik/arduino-cc1101 and with no usb connector: https://www.ebay.com/itm/CC1101-315-433-868-915Mhz-Wireless-Module-SMA-Antenna-Transceiver-for-Arduino/272432624852?epid=509065236&hash=item3f6e3ff4d4:g:V00AAOSwXeJYFtlQ More: https://github.com/SpaceTeddy/CC1101 And yet more: https://salmg.net/2017/09/20/cc1101-transceiver-raspberry-pi/ The R Pi solution looks the most attractive to me, since i have a spare one, and i don't have an Arduino .
  4. You might do searches to find out if "wireless locksmiths" can get certified or licensed. For example, for people with cars who somehow get locked out of their vehicles, and need the help of a "wireless locksmith." I would be careful though; make sure it can even be done legitimately. If it's known that you have the skill, you can become a suspect in break-ins. "Alarm system installer" -- that looks interesting -- i'll have to check to see what legal requirements are for that. What is likely is that you would need to put up a lot of cash for insurance or for a 'bond' but i don't know.
  5. Here is the guy who was trying to research this in 2013: https://allodox.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/usb-1100pa-433mhz-wireless-rf-transceiver/ He tried to install the driver for his Ubuntu machine, but got errors, as he states in his blog. And then he links to this site, in Chinese, but can be run thru a translator: http://www.fytoo.com/msg.php?id=158 So I am wondering if anyone has successfully used this device. For example, for 2-way chat, it's very inexpensive compared to a YS1. ... Thank you.
  6. Hello folks, has anyone gotten two of these to work as, perhaps, a chatroom (like the YS1 with ToorChat)? https://www.ebay.com/itm/433Mhz-CC1101-10mW-MAX232-RS232-USB-UART-RF-Transceiver-Wireless/142344922555?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649 One blog post i looked at, which i can't find now & was undated, said he could find no documentation on how to use this. I would like to use it as a chat transceiver, controlled by python scripts. Also found this: https://github.com/veonik/arduino-cc1101 but i am not knowledgeable enough to figure out if the USB CC1101 goes with an Arduino, or if it's necessary to jump into Arduino to do this. I'm hesitating getting into Arduino, and if there's a simple usb dongle that can send & recv text using FSK with Python scripts, i'm in favor of that. ... There are CC1101 available that are not USB. Thanks for any comments . --orrin
  7. Update, an hour later: I got rfcat working under Ubuntu14 using the Ep. 1908 procedures, and rfcat communicates with the Yardstick, and the Yardstick communicates (is received by) an rtl-sdr across the room, so i'm a happy camper. But i would still like to resolve the pentoo-on-a-stick issue. Thank you, hundra tak.
  8. Howdy folks, thanks for any comments, I am stuck basically because Pentoo doesn't have the apt-get command. I've looked on Gentoo forums but have no idea what commands to use. Something to do with 'emerge' but the syntax is totally unfamiliar to me. (1) In one of the other Episodes, Pentoo is recommended. But in Ep. 1908, we have: wget https://bitbucket.org/atlas0fd00m/rfcat/downloads/rfcat_150225.tgz tar zxvf rfcat_150225.tgz cd rfcat_150225 sudo apt-get install python-usb sudo python setup.py install sudo rfcat -r I'm fine till i get to "sudo apt-get install python-usb' because pentoo/gentoo doesn't have apt-get. What 'emerge' command can i substitute, and will that even work. And will the *next* line (sudo python setup.py install) work as is in Pentoo. I could go back and use Ubuntu 14 for everything, but then why did i get Pentoo? Thanks... --orrin
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