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12 Nov 2010
I've compiled qKismet for Debian EABI for the Z. Everything seems to work fine. I've included the binary file and the shell script I'm using to launch it, as it does not start kismet_server on start.

I was going to venture into making a package, but the complication seemed unnecessary. Basically just copy 'qkismet' into /usr/bin along with the shell script, if you so desire.

Rename to qKismet.tgz I had to get around the file extension restriction.

Hopefully someone will find this useful.

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http://qkismet.sourceforge.net/
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12 Dec 2008
As the title says, I have R198 installed on my C1000. I went to run cardctl eject on my Zaurus and it tells me the command is missing or something along those lines. I was wondering if there was some package I was supposed to install. I have pcmcia-tools installed, which I thought contained the cardctl program. I could be mistaken. Any help is much appreciated.

**EDIT** I found that it was in sbin listed as pccardctl. But this now brings up a second problem. I have a linksys wcf11 cf wifi card in the Z at the moment and it's not recognized. It is receiving power because the light is on and in the card control applet it shows the card's info. I'm just trying to flash the card so that I can have working packet injection. Any help would be much appreciated.
3 Jan 2008
I'm looking for a CF Wifi card for my C1k, I just joined the board, so you don't know me ;(. But anyways, I was looking for a CF Wifi card that can do packet insertion, something of small form factor would be nice (aka doesn't stick out too far biggrin.gif) but that isn't of major concern. If I missed if this has already been posted, I do apologize. Just I can't find one that can do packet insertion and has a passive mode. Or I should say that I know for sure can do these things. Thanks in advance biggrin.gif

PS: something cheap wouldn't hurt, something like under $100.00 Us would be nice

L8rs

*Edit* Guess it must have been a dumb question, I am deeply sorry for posting this, because of my lack of knowledge of wireless networking sad.gif My bad.
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