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Kismet on the 6000
« Reply #105 on: May 23, 2006, 03:47:19 pm »
Hi.
I have been tryng to install kismet with
https://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to...on_the_SL-6000L
but i have a problem when i get to step 7 with the ulcx i cant use it.,i dont know why but my Z dont recognize ulcx.
So i think is better to try with another version without the ulcx.
Can anyone tell me what files do i need?.
I am not sure about what kismet version and if i need the same libcap and the libstdc ,kismet qt etc.
Thanks.
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« Reply #106 on: May 30, 2006, 04:48:11 am »
Hello.
I installed Kismet on OpenZaurus. Where is his dump?
I installed Kismet-Qt but can't start it:
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# ipkg list |grep kismet
kismet - 2005-04-R1-r0 -
kismet-qt - 2.0.0 -

# kismet_qt
kismet_qt: symbol lookup error: kismet_qt: undefined symbol: _7QString.shared_null
#
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What's wrong?

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« Reply #107 on: October 26, 2006, 10:54:49 pm »
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Hi.
I have been tryng to install kismet with
https://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to...on_the_SL-6000L
but i have a problem when i get to step 7 with the ulcx i cant use it.,i dont know why but my Z dont recognize ulcx.
So i think is better to try with another version without the ulcx.
Can anyone tell me what files do i need?.
I am not sure about what kismet version and if i need the same libcap and the libstdc ,kismet qt etc.
Thanks.
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Hello poor,

if you are still hanging around here and struggling to have Kismet working, this is what I did on my stock ROM SL-6000:

- I went to the "Kismet How to" page here:

[a href=\"https://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to_run_Kismet_on_the_SL-6000L]https://www.oesf.org/index.php?title=How_to...on_the_SL-6000L[/url]

- Downloaded with the SL-6000 the following packages and library:
* kismet_3.0.1c-20031228
* kismet-qt_2.0.0
* libpcap0_0.7.2
* libstdc++-3-libc6.1-2-2.10.0.so

- Followed very carefully the instructions on the "How to"  (only difference being that I downloaded libstdc++-3-libc6.1-2-2.10.0.so into my CF card and then from there I copied it to /usr/lib using File Manager instead of the command line)

I had Kismet running in about 15 minutes, including the time needed to download the packages and the libraries. It worked at the first attempt, not issues whatsover.

A couple of tips:
- Don't forget to run Kismet as "root" tapping and holding its icon and checking the "Execute with root privilege"
- Since you are at it, uncheck the "Display with magnified screen" box. With all the real estate of the glorious SL-6000 display there is not need to magnify. Looks much nicer in hi-rez at full blown 640x480!!

Now, I do have a couple of questions for the more "senior" users of Kismet:
- Since this set-up with the old version is working, is there any major advantage in upgrading to the latest arm package? What are the key differences?
- Is there any way to tweak the .conf files to have KismetQt diplaying more information when set to "summary"? There is plenty of unused space on the line!
- Everything seems to be working fine selecting either "Sharp- prism2" or "Sharp3x-prism2" as "Scheme" in the "Config" tab. Is one of the two best for the SL-6000?
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« Reply #108 on: October 27, 2006, 06:01:12 am »
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Now, I do have a couple of questions for the more "senior" users of Kismet:
- Since this set-up with the old version is working, is there any major advantage in upgrading to the latest arm package? What are the key differences?
- Everything seems to be working fine selecting either "Sharp- prism2" or "Sharp3x-prism2" as "Scheme" in the "Config" tab. Is one of the two best for the SL-6000?
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the latest versions of kismet appear to detect more encryption schemes, such as WPA, and  have other tweaks... I guess the best bet is to look at the release notes on [a href=\"http://www.kismetwireless.net/]http://www.kismetwireless.net/[/url]

as to prism2/prism3 differences in driver? I'll take a wild guess and say that maybe the prism3 driver will allow kismet to do better analysis of the wireless headers?
Gemini 4G/Wi-Fi owner, formerly zaurus C3100 and 860 owner; also owner of an HTC Doubleshot, a Zaurus-like phone.