Citat Ewan Oughton <chronos at csn.ul.ie>:
> Hi guys,
>> Been arsing around with an orinoco silver(hermes chipset), a usb
> gps and kismet... its worked well to an extent, but the found the
> orinoco driver (both latest release and CVS) to be unstable when in
> monitor mode. Are there any 802.11b cards out there that have drivers that
> work **solidly** in monitor mode, and have an ext. antenna connector?
> Anyone point me to a paticular model number so I can go looking on ebay?
>> Someone on #linux advised using the hostap drivers, but I couldnt get them
> to work.
hostap is the magic word and they work extremely well.
Regarding the card, i prefer this one:
And you were aware, that kismet + usb can talk together with gpsdrive and put
the ap's on the map, as you get around ? (screenshot: http://www.marlow.dk/wan)
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make "heads or tails of all this"
who is smart
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