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[RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.6.x

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On 9/24/2019 at 5:40 AM, Cap_Sig said:

Not sure if this can be done with a module but interesting idea.  Something like how the raspberry pi tells you it has unstable power.

Power Requirements for Nano:  5 volts1.5 amps

This is a problem for some users that have older USB 2.0 ports with only 500mA output each.  So the use of a Y-Cable still will potentially not provide enough power when the Nano is under higher loads.

Maybe we can add the info to the top right of the web GUI showing "current power draw". In my mind im thinking, it would just be nice to have a area that shows currently connected devices. Along with their current live power draw, and a total overall draw from all hardware currently connected . A module came to mind since it might be better vs adding more to the dashboard that already seems to show high cpu usage when loaded. Idk, maybe im just tired asf, and not understanding this devices capabilities ?

Ya even the PI when booting tells me that info, but it could show more info as well . Unless ive got a more verbose option im not using on it to show more info. It really only says "voltage drop", or "waiting for voltage to normalize" or both i cant remember :nickscratcheshead: lol.

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Exciting! I've been a way for some time, looking forward to flashing update on my pineapple and seeing the new capabilities. 

If my modules require updates I'll do this as well!

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Well this sucks, broiught a Tetra, followed setup guide with latest FW only to find its pretty much only useful with community modules and all the good ones dont even work on 2.6.2.
Waste of money, Think ill be returnig this for a refund.

Very dissapointing.

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2 minutes ago, Troden said:

Well this sucks, broiught a Tetra, followed setup guide with latest FW only to find its pretty much only useful with community modules and all the good ones dont even work on 2.6.2.
Waste of money, Think ill be returnig this for a refund.

Very dissapointing.

What's not working for you? 

Everything related to Hak5 on the Pineapple works perfectly for me. 

Community modules needs to be updated by their authors to keep up with changes to the firmware. 

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2 hours ago, Zylla said:

What's not working for you? 

Everything related to Hak5 on the Pineapple works perfectly for me. 

Community modules needs to be updated by their authors to keep up with changes to the firmware. 

Agreed.  The 2.6.2 base firmware features seem to be working good.  Just have to wait on community module updates.

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So a very odd thing just happened. I previously had set up my nano after downloading 2.6.2. So my hostname and passwords etc were already set up. . . after signing into the dashboard I used wlan2 to scan for available networks. Suddenly i'm disconnected from my nano... When I search for available networks... my named nano is not available, however the default name of my nano is visible as if my nano needs set up....

here is where things get extra weird. I connect to the default SSID... And everything else is already set up... I'm not prompted to complete set up. and magically... i'm connected to the network I picked when I scanned with wlan2 ... this is so funky.. wth is going on?!

 

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