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ken
post Jul 29 2005, 12:56 PM
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QUOTE(eji @ Jul 29 2005, 10:27 AM)
Can anyone post the instructions in this thread? The ZUG site has been down for a few days since getting hacked, and the Kismet step-by-step has gone with it.
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http://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to...on_the_SL-6000L
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post Aug 26 2005, 02:47 AM
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QUOTE(cvmiller @ Jun 10 2005, 11:36 AM)
QUOTE(ken @ Jun 9 2005, 04:02 PM)
ok, that takes care of one aspect.  I've been trying to do it all from the console, and haven't gotten very far yet.

The first part of the problem is to get the interface up.  I've discovered that I can do a:

usbctl on 1

and that'll turn it on.  I'm still trying to get it to go in "mode monitor" that I keep reading about.  No luck so far.
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Yes, doing it all from the console is a little trickier than the GUI, but it can still be done. BTW, I have a AdHoc network setup in my Zaurus (GUI) that I just fire up before running Kismet and that works pretty well. However if you want to do it all from the console you need to do a bit more typing:
usbctl on 1
sleep 1
wlanctl-ng wlan0 lnxreq_ifstate ifstate=enable
ifconfig wlan0 1.1.1.1 up

Then start kismet. After you are done with Kismet, turning off the interface is a bit easier:
usbctl off 1

I have run Kismet this way, while accessing my Zaurus via ethernet (a CF card) and it works fine, just not as portable ;-)

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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Hi Craig, et al

when i start that way all is fine until i start kismet. it reports the error:

could not connect to localhost:2501 and exits.

Any hints?

Peter
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xjqian
post Aug 26 2005, 07:15 PM
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can somebody update the howto to reflect the latest kismet (2005?) on 6000

I downloaded Kismet_2005-01-R1-1 from cacko feed, however it complains about
error while loading shared libraries:; libpcap.so.1: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory

I installed libpcap0_0.7.2_arm.ipk, but that does not contain libpcap.so.1

besides, Kismet from the cacko feed is not uclx compressed.

I guess I'm not using the correct kismet ipk. Somebody can point me to the right place to download?
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post Aug 29 2005, 06:33 PM
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QUOTE(xjqian @ Aug 26 2005, 07:15 PM)
can somebody update the howto to reflect the latest kismet (2005?) on 6000

I downloaded Kismet_2005-01-R1-1 from cacko feed, however it complains about
error while loading shared libraries:; libpcap.so.1: cannot load shared object file: No such file or directory

I installed libpcap0_0.7.2_arm.ipk, but that does not contain libpcap.so.1

besides, Kismet from the cacko feed is not uclx compressed.

I guess I'm not using the correct kismet ipk. Somebody can point me to the right place to download?
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Hmm, I suppose you are right that the how-to needs updating. I am surprised that your kismet is complaining about libpcap.so.1, I am running kismet_2005.04.R1_arm.ipk and I am not getting those complaints.

I am pretty sure you can just create a symlink to /usr/lib/libpcap.so.0.7.2 and it should work. As long as kismet is not uclx compressed, you should be good to go.

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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cvmiller
post Aug 29 2005, 06:38 PM
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QUOTE(callas11 @ Aug 26 2005, 02:47 AM)
Hi Craig, et al

when i start that way all is fine until i start kismet. it reports the error:

could not connect to localhost:2501 and exits.

Any hints?

Peter
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Sorry to take so long to get back to you. Kismet runs as a client and server app. The server runs in background on localhost port 2500.

This error means that the kismet server didn't start up for some reason. If you are running this in a terminal, check further up in the messages to see why the server didn't start (did you edit the kistmet.conf file?).

Have you ever had kismet running on this Z? You will want a line that looks like this on your kismet.conf file:
source=wlanng,wlan0,sniff

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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BarryW
post Aug 30 2005, 07:07 AM
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Hey quick question, with the newest version it says the terminal app doesn't support color. Since I know it does, how can I get it back. An all green kismet isn't near as cool to look at as one with red and blue.
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post Sep 12 2005, 08:49 PM
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QUOTE(cvmiller @ Aug 29 2005, 09:33 PM)
Hmm, I suppose you are right that the how-to needs updating. I am surprised that your kismet is complaining about libpcap.so.1, I am running kismet_2005.04.R1_arm.ipk and I am not getting those complaints.

I am pretty sure you can just create a symlink to /usr/lib/libpcap.so.0.7.2 and it should work. As long as kismet is not uclx compressed, you should be good to go.

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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Could you post kismet_2005.04.R1_arm.ipk? I googled but can't find anywhere on the web. TIA
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post Oct 3 2005, 01:46 AM
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Does anyone has a package with a working configuration file for the SL-6000L? I have not remotely had any luck with any of the posted instructions?

Older packages install and run but I cant seem to get the config files tweaked quite right. New Packages seg fault for some reason.
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post Oct 5 2005, 07:10 AM
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QUOTE(Bane @ Oct 3 2005, 01:46 AM)
Does anyone has a package with a working configuration file for the SL-6000L? I have not remotely had any luck with any of the posted instructions?

Older packages install and run but I cant seem to get the config files tweaked quite right. New Packages seg fault for some reason.
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Bane,

I have been meaning to update the how-to for some time. The basic problem is that the new binaries (packaged in the Kismet supplied ipk) are compressed with uclx. After installing kismet, you need to decrompress with the command uclx -d <kismet_binary>.

The rest of the instructions should be correct.

You can get the uclx binary from: http://inter.zon.free.fr/zaurus_index.html

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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BarryW
post Nov 8 2005, 11:08 PM
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Anybody get a gps to work with kismet? I have the latest and greatest kismet working. I have qpegps working with my pharos cf gps. I can start the gps in the command line and cat the info from /dev/ttyS3. For some reason I can't get kismet to use the gps data. It keeps saying no signal. Any hints would be appreciated.
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post Feb 5 2006, 08:24 AM
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I just installed the pakage kismet3.0.1c and libpcap0, set kismet source to wlanng_avs,wlan0,xxxx doesn't matter last entrry since's only the server's name..
everything's working.
I'm having fun with it, but I have the "timeout" problem: after few seconds I've got to connect to a wireless lan (I created a common one).

Any hint to stay connected to my service and walk free ?
Thank you all!
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post Feb 5 2006, 04:26 PM
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QUOTE(cippo @ Feb 5 2006, 08:24 AM)
I'm having fun with it, but I have the "timeout" problem: after few seconds I've got to connect to a wireless lan (I created a common one).

Any hint to stay connected to my service and walk free ?
Thank you all!
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Cippo,

You will want to set up a "dummy" wireless setting which uses ad-hoc mode. The how-to is helpful:
http://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to...on_the_SL-6000L

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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cippo
post Feb 6 2006, 02:46 PM
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WOW! Thanks a lot Craig!
I forgot to set the Ad-hoc type... I just undrestood what it means!
now I can walk free without the timeout trouble!

Thanks! smile.gif
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xjqian
post Feb 14 2006, 10:15 AM
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I just updated the howto for the latest kismet setup

6000L Kismet How To
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post May 22 2006, 08:10 AM
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I've written stuff about running kismet for OpenZaurus on the 6000:
http://openzaurus.berlios.de/HowTos/6000-Comms
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