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born2wonder
QUOTE(maemorandum @ Aug 2 2008, 12:22 PM) *
QUOTE(born2wonder @ Jul 31 2008, 08:57 PM) *
UPDATE: (Partial success)

i tried the MITM attack (ettercap) using my laptop on my home network and noticed i get the same error (can't initialize 'nat' table) that i get on the zaurus but it works on my laptop running ubuntu so i figured that this error might not be the root of the problem. After trial and error i came to a solution of steps that will make my zaurus so as to be able sniff through ettercap but it still cannot handle sites that use ssl so as to create and fill fake ssl-certificates on the fly.

Now the other error on the z that does not appear on my laptop is : dissector 'dns' not supported (etter.conf line 70)

line 70 in etter.conf reads dns=53

The commands corresponding to the ssl dissection used by ettercap are :

redir_command_on = "iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i %iface -p tcp --dport %port -j REDIRECT --to-port %rport"
redir_command_off = "iptables -t nat -D PREROUTING -i %iface -p tcp --dport %port -j REDIRECT --to-port %rport"

Also the extra modules which i think are needed to be able to do this ssl redirectio that appear on my laptop and not on the zaurus are :

ipt_REDIRECT
iptable_nat
nf_nat
nf_conntrack_ipv4
nf_conntrack

On the zaurus i have iptable_mangle loaded instead of the ones above (among the common ones in both; ip_tables, iptable_filter and x_tables)

Any ideas any1 to get ssl sniffing working ? or how to get (some of) these modules ?

Thnx in advance



Use the old kernel (23.9) with the integrated ip-tables modules. This will work.


Thanks for the reply but I cant find this kernel for the c1000 for sharp rom !

Can 20r0 please add the ip_table related modules to the kernel?
2or0
QUOTE(born2wonder @ Aug 6 2008, 12:47 AM) *
Can 20r0 please add the ip_table related modules to the kernel?


Check here. I added ip_table related modules.
http://yonggun.tistory.com/72

Yonggun
born2wonder
QUOTE(2or0 @ Aug 6 2008, 07:01 AM) *
QUOTE(born2wonder @ Aug 6 2008, 12:47 AM) *
Can 20r0 please add the ip_table related modules to the kernel?


Check here. I added ip_table related modules.
http://yonggun.tistory.com/72

Yonggun



Thanks 20r0 !!!

Ur the best.
maemorandum
KERNEL - PANIC!

Tried the new Kernel 2.6.24.4 on the C1000 because i needed the ip-tables-modules with the hostap-driver.
The Sytem boots perfectly! ---- but -----

Unfortunately none of my WLAN-CF cards works with the hostap-drivers (they did with the C3200 and the 2.6.23 kernel). I blacklisted all orinocos and hermes - same result: Doing an
CODE
ifconfig wlan0 up


produces many error-code lines and exits finally in a
CODE
Kernel panic - not syncing: Fatal exception in interrupt

sad.gif

any idea? Anyone got the hostap-driver working?
xamindar
QUOTE(maemorandum @ Aug 22 2008, 04:58 PM) *
KERNEL - PANIC!

Tried the new Kernel 2.6.24.4 on the C1000 because i needed the ip-tables-modules with the hostap-driver.
The Sytem boots perfectly! ---- but -----

Unfortunately none of my WLAN-CF cards works with the hostap-drivers (they did with the C3200 and the 2.6.23 kernel). I blacklisted all orinocos and hermes - same result: Doing an
CODE
ifconfig wlan0 up


produces many error-code lines and exits finally in a
CODE
Kernel panic - not syncing: Fatal exception in interrupt

sad.gif

any idea? Anyone got the hostap-driver working?


I have this exact same problem. I had noticed that I was only on the 2.6.24.3 kernel so I flashed to the 2.6.24.4 kernel and added the latest modules (the ones updated on august 6th with the iptables modules) and now both my wifi cards cause a kernel panic. They don't always do it right away but within a minute it panics with the same interrupt error.

I guess I'll try the previous module pack and see if that works. If not then I'll be back to 2.6.24.3 where everything seemed to work. I did compile an rt73 driver for a usb wifi card I have against this kernel this morning and it works great so I'm thinking either it is an issue with the way yonggun compiled these modules or maybe only a cf slot issue with this kernel.

Guess for now I'll have to go back to the 2.6.24.3 kernel and go through the long process of compiling this rt73 driver again blink.gif
xamindar
Yep, it was the module package with the iptables modules. Switch back to the previous module pack that he has here: http://yonggun.tistory.com/72
and you will have working wifi again. Maybe he will get back to making a new iptables pack for us later on. Or you can maybe try just extracting the iptables modules only if you want to use them.

Either way, this kernel actually works better than the 2.6.24.3 kernel for me now.
speculatrix
QUOTE(xamindar @ Sep 7 2008, 07:52 AM) *
Or you can maybe try just extracting the iptables modules only if you want to use them.


if the kernels are close versions and compiled with the same tools you can almost certainly get away with force-loading the modules you want into the kernel you know is stable!
bon_the_one
Hi,

I've flashed my SL-C3000 with the zImage from http://yonggun.tistory.com/72 and used the modules from that same page, release Aug 6th.

I've also unpacked a related root fs tar from a related thread.

However whenever I try to use networking (g_ether or dm9601) I get a kernel panic and the Z crashes.

Has anyone seen this before, and could you please suggest anything? Perhaps I am using the wrong root fs tarball, so if anyone could please point me at the correct one I 'should' be using that would be a great help.

Many Thanks,

Bon

xamindar
QUOTE(bon_the_one @ Sep 9 2008, 07:31 AM) *
Hi,

I've flashed my SL-C3000 with the zImage from http://yonggun.tistory.com/72 and used the modules from that same page, release Aug 6th.

I've also unpacked a related root fs tar from a related thread.

However whenever I try to use networking (g_ether or dm9601) I get a kernel panic and the Z crashes.

Has anyone seen this before, and could you please suggest anything? Perhaps I am using the wrong root fs tarball, so if anyone could please point me at the correct one I 'should' be using that would be a great help.

Many Thanks,

Bon

bon_the_one, you have GOT to be kidding. Did you even bother to read the last four posts?
bon_the_one

Bon[/quote]
bon_the_one, you have GOT to be kidding. Did you even bother to read the last four posts?
[/quote]

Sorry, I assumed that was just related to wifi which I'm not using, I'll have another kick about with it and see what I get.

Cheers,

Bon
xamindar


I would recommend just unpacking the module pack from before august 6th (the old modules) from that same page into your modules directory, that should get them working and still leave the iptables ones there. I haven't tried the iptables modules so no idea if they even work.
bon_the_one
Hey Man,

Thanks for getting back to me! Having taken your (slightly hard) advice, I've gone back thru the posts and read more. I should have done before but sometimes I get lost on this board layout for some reason. Doh!

I'd kinda surfed and assumed that the posts recently related to Wifi mainly, and didn't really understand the stack discussed could hit all network hardware. I'm totally new to this having given up on Angstrom, and Titchy, while seeming sexy doesn't work for me yet (probably more reading issues!)

Now I've basically just cleared out the Z internal disk again and untarred the rootfs again and dropped in the previous version of the 'modules' build. Then Re-flashed (just to be sure) and it's alive! I'm only tinkering at the moment, but this is a lot more useful than GPE or OPIE on the Angstrom distros which is what caught my eye initially. My dm9601 works sweet, and all is good.

I did slighty bork it earlier, but maybe I'm just unlucky. I'm based in Spain and had real problems connecting to armel-debs.applieddata.net, so I tweaked the sources.list to use mirrors.eu.kernel.org. That seemed to work until I did a dist-upgrade, at which point I got major problems with libts arguing about 1.0-0 and 0.0-0. I'll have a look more on this one, but at the mo I'm just reinstalling the default, and will avoid dist-upgrade for now!

In the meantime, thanks for your advice, I appreciate it, and I'm glad I got it sorted before the LHC sucks us all into a Black Hole. That would have really pissed me off, the Zau still being useless and dying on the same day!! Also, Happy National Day from Gibraltar (The Country I work in) ((Sometimes!))

Bon




QUOTE(xamindar @ Sep 10 2008, 10:23 AM) *
I would recommend just unpacking the module pack from before august 6th (the old modules) from that same page into your modules directory, that should get them working and still leave the iptables ones there. I haven't tried the iptables modules so no idea if they even work.

gojira
could you please add drivers/usb/serial/cp2101.ko to your modules build? thanks!

gojira
QUOTE(ecc_hy @ Mar 28 2008, 03:28 PM) *
Sometimes I get message:
Unkwnon HZ value! (87) Assume 100.

Why?


upgrade procps
gojira
does anyone know what build environment is used for these kernels? thanks!
gojira
QUOTE(gojira @ Dec 16 2008, 05:46 PM) *
could you please add drivers/usb/serial/cp2101.ko to your modules build? thanks!


turns out it's quick and easy enough to build a single module natively on the z, so if you just need a module, download the kernel source and do it yourself in the usual way. for building the whole kernel however I'd still like to know what cross-compiling environment is used
radiochickenwax
QUOTE(gojira @ Jan 29 2009, 01:42 PM) *
still like to know what cross-compiling environment is used


Codesourcery toolchain... try post #8 from the following link:

http://www.oesf.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=25922
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