Kismet on OSX 10.5.1 Leopard
caliel at caliel.no-ip.org
Thu Nov 22 15:03:00 PST 2007
I am away from access to alternate hardware, please let me know what you
find. I have not found a resolution as yet. I saw you also responded to a
post at the Kismet site, perhaps one of the 3 of us will find a solution.
> caliel wrote:
>> Kismet fails as follows.
>> Yliakum:~ caliel$ sudo kismet
>> Launching kismet_server: /opt/local/bin/kismet_server
>> Will drop privs to caliel (502) gid 20
>> No specific sources given to be enabled, all will be enabled.
>> Non-RFMon VAPs will be destroyed on multi-vap interfaces (ie,
>> Enabling channel hopping.
>> Enabling channel splitting.
>> INFO: wlt1 looks like a Broadcom card running under Darwin.
>> Source 0 (airport_extreme): Enabling monitor mode for darwin source
>> interface en1 channel 6...
>> î|07-11-19 14:00:48.175 kismet_server[3092:10b] †
>> INFO: en1 looks like a Broadcom card running under Darwin and
>> has monitor mode enabled in the kernel.
>> Source 0 (airport_extreme): Opening darwin source interface wlt1...
>> FATAL: BIOCSETIF: wlt1: Device not configured
> I'm getting the same error on a Powerbook G4. Did you figure anything out?
> I'm going to try it with a Ralink USB dongle and see if I have any more
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