nannaniel Posted June 29, 2013 Share Posted June 29, 2013 It's been a wild since my first try for making work a external Wi-Fi adapter in chrooted environement (debian). Here the step : First i choose the alpha AWS036H with the rtl8187 chipset because pcap capture support it so was thinking if it is mounted in Android then it will be in debian. Nope no luck !!! After several try I discover that i need to put 5v in it to make it work. I brought a y otg cable from Amazon. Boom !!! lsusb see it now !!! But how the hell I mount it ? I decide to give a try on compiling the driver !! Hell of a mess.... I cant find yhe headers ? Debian and Android use the same kernel when they are chrooted. Where i can find the headers ? Did i need to cross-compile ? If someone can help me with this ? Imagine a pocket wardriving ;-) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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