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Has anyone been able to run kismet?  It is listed as one of the included tools.  There are kismet config files in /etc and kismet_ binaries in /usr/bin

But, kismet:  not found

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Excellent question!

root@Owl:~# kismet_server
kismet_server is now named just kismet, you may wish to update
any scripts still using kismet_server to launch.
/usr/bin/kismet_server: exec: line 8: kismet: not found


 

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This device will not run kismet on the device but more of a remote kismet device meaning you will need a kismet server for the signal owl to connect to so you can gather results.

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On 8/17/2019 at 9:56 AM, b0N3z said:

This device will not run kismet on the device but more of a remote kismet device meaning you will need a kismet server for the signal owl to connect to so you can gather results.

So basically, I wouldn't be able to use this to Wardrive UNLESS I run a Kismet server on a device, and make my signal owl connect to said device somehow, whether that be via over the internet or another local device, or am I understanding that wrong?

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The Signal Owl supports standard serial-based GPS dongles, like the U-blox7, so it's just a matter of time before there's a wardriving payload – if that's what you're looking to do.

The kismet-remote on the system is intended for stationary deployments with a backhaul via WiFi. Last I spoke to Drag0rn (kismet author) he was working on just such a payload.

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2 hours ago, Darren Kitchen said:

The Signal Owl supports standard serial-based GPS dongles, like the U-blox7, so it's just a matter of time before there's a wardriving payload – if that's what you're looking to do.

The kismet-remote on the system is intended for stationary deployments with a backhaul via WiFi. Last I spoke to Drag0rn (kismet author) he was working on just such a payload.

Beautiful! Thank you very much. Now with this I can retire my raspberrypi as my wardriving machine and use the signal owl.

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