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  1. Hey folks, Im moving and selling off as much of my hoard as possible. I havent played with these guys for a while so I just put them on the market. Nano:https://www.ebay.com/itm/224073800246 Bash bunny:http://ebay.us/8ZQq46?cmpnId=5338273189
  2. just install it with the module manager. It now works with the latest firmware. No need for the NG version
  3. Any will do, as long as at least one of the lines carries data. I got one from amazon that works fine.
  4. maybe try following the "firmware recovery" steps. its different from the reset. Also make sure that your button is actually clicking...its a longshot but the real internal switch maybe it doesnt quite line up with the button cutout on the case. Also, Sometimes my fat stubby fingers are squeezing the case but not actually depressing the button tab. Otherwise contact support. They are pretty quick to respond, and eager to make their customers happy.....from my experience at least. You do not have a paperweight.
  5. As a fellow 3-month-nano-owner, I can sympathize. Ive gotten very familiar with the factory reset and firmware recovery process. That said, Im pretty much a novice, and my journey with the pineapple has been a big learning experience; I the more I learn and understand what the modules and their scripts are actually doing, the better it all seems to work (and/or troubleshoot). I think it is safe to assume that my lack of knowledge (and possible unrealistic expectations) definitely contributed to the bumpy ride. Currently: Evil Portal works perfectly (for me). The "utility" modules l
  6. Also, make sure that you have the nano's usb ethernet network connection correctly configured on your host computer.
  7. oof! that sucks. If you have a multimeter, id try opening up the BB and testing continuity on and around the switch. Perhaps it got bumped and has a cold solder joint or is just failing and the bunny cant read the switch position and determine the mode on startup. As the only electro- mechanical component, that would be my first suspect. If you can solder, I recon that it would be fairy easy to replace at home.
  8. I found a few things like this that would seem to indicate that the problem is with OpenWRT packages being updated. I tried it again today and found different libubox conflicts than last time. On a whim, I renamed the existing /lib/libubox.so and I was finally able to manually install nginx-ssl. Great!... However it would not start , issuing a couple complaints like this: Error relocating /lib/libubus.so: blob_parse_untrusted: symbol not found I then tried renaming the newly installed libubox.so and re-renaming the old one back to original = /lib/libubox.so ..and...Bingo.
  9. Im having some trouble getting this module to work on a Nano with 2.6.2: It seems that installing the dependencies from Papers (either the new version from github or the 'old' version from module manager) breaks my the Web connectivity on my Nano. Neither refreshing the page, rebooting, nor fully cycling the power brings it back. I can still SSH in tho. After some poking around and trying to manually install the depends, I found that the issue is with nginx-ssl: The dependency script successfully stops nginx and removes it, (installs zip, unzip, etc) but the installation of ngi
  10. I just tested again with a stop watch. Respeches works beautifully* and finishes in 21-22 secs. I tried it a couple of times. A little more than my initial estimate but still much faster than what you are experiencing. *on Windows machines. I cant get any loot from osx
  11. Hmm, I dont mean to add fuel to the conspiracy... but I was testing out Respeches today at work on my (relatively) new and fresh BB... and it was fast. Definitely did not 30-40 secs to finish. More like 10 or less.
  12. Im definitely not a dev, but I would think that you will want to follow the BB unbricking procedure. It looks like that takes you back to the factory firmware/ condition.
  13. Yeah it wouldn’t start without the log file. I forget exactly( don’t have the nano handy) but I’m pretty sure it is in the main sslsplitng folder. /modules/SSLsplitNG
  14. I had the same results by following the video. Try following the original directions for installing the module. That worked for me... but I also had to manually create the log file. Then it was good.
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