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Yummi

[Idea] CLI-version of infusion Blackout?

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See topic title. Would be handy.

I couldn't find the support-thread for infusion Blackout anymore? Even not in archives.

2 weeks ago it was still there. Disappeared? (how these is working? I'm a newbee)

Kind regards,

Yummi

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You can already control the LEDs via the command line.

Execute "pineapple led" for more information.

Best regards,

Sebkinne

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Thnx, Sebkinne, usefull tip. Did not know about this command pineapple.

By the way, are there more of such 'not documented' commands in the WifiPineapple?

Other issue: will it be possible in a future firmware release to switch off the green light?

As the Kali Linux guys say: "The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear".

Kind regards,

Yummi

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Other issue: will it be possible in a future firmware release to switch off the green light?

As the Kali Linux guys say: "The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear".

Kind regards,

Yummi

No, the green led is not controlled by software. Sebkinne might correct me but I am 99% sure.

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A piece of electrical tape will work

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A piece of electrical tape will work

I second this. I placed electrical tape over the LEDs on a router in my bedroom and no more blinky blinky. Snuffed those little bastards out.

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Here is a quick an dirty script I wrote that turns off the lights

Note: I still need electrical tape for the green LED :(

  1. Create the folder /boot
  2. Place this file within that folder
  3. Execute as /boot/godark

Each time you run the script the lights will cycle from all off to normal mode.

Add this to your boot DIP Switch boot mode

Have fun,

PT

#!/bin/bash
# GoDark
#
# v0.1 Phibertap
#
# for pineapple mk5
file="/boot/led.off"  
if [ -f $file ]; then
	pineapple led reset
	rm $file
else
	pineapple led blue off
	pineapple led red off
	pineapple led amber off
	echo "yes" > $file
fi

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