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Old 05-05-2005, 08:35 PM   #1
rodm13
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Kismet on Zaurus SL-5600 with Socket Low Power WLAN card


I just got a new Sharp Zaurus SL-5600 and I havent been able to get my Socket CF card to work properly with Kismet. I have installed Kismet QT and Kismet from their website but when I run Kismet QT it claims to be working, but it doesnt detect hotspots, even though I am standing right next to one. The card works fine with the default Sharp ROM for normal usage, so I know it is a problem with my configuration. If anyone knows anything about this, please reply. I am open to any type of solutions, because the primary reason I got this PDA was for wireless sniffing. Also, I am somewhat new to Linux so please explain what you say clearly.

Thanks for the help,
Rod
 
Old 05-07-2005, 08:54 PM   #2
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First follow the instructions to configure kismet form the website bellow
http://irongeek.com/i.php?submenu=za...wardrivingapps

I had trouble because I needed to tell the card to go into monitor mode you can do it by issuing the following command in the terminal

kismet_monitor

to remove it from monitor

kismet_unmonitor

the card has to be on in order to put it in monitor so I eventually wrote 2 scripts cardon.sh and cardoff.sh and put them in /home/root/usr/bin/

the first turns on the card then puts it into the first configuration in networking then into monitor mode

#!/bin/sh
/sbin/cardctl scheme CardResume
/sbin/cardctl scheme qpewlan1
kismet_monitor

the second takes it out of mointor and the shuts off the card
#!/bin/sh
kismet_ummonitor
/sbin/cardctl scheme CardSuspend

Don't forget to make them executable if you decide to use the scripts I would first try turning the car on in the usual way then typing kismet_monitor in terminal and see if that helps. I don't remember if you have to start kismet befor kismet Qt or not been a long time since I used kismet Qt.
 
  


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