[kismac] Re: Airport Extreme Driver Not Found

  • From: "super kev" <blaster42@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 06 Nov 2005 01:40:54 +0000

Thanks for the replies. I had tried turning off airport and then running kismac. There were never any apps running when I tried to get the driver to load, so that wasn't a problem either. I just updated to 10.4.3 and have used kismac without problems, even after restarting a few times to make sure it wasn't a one-time deal. So there must have been something in the updates that fixed whatever the problem was.


I had it working on 10.4.2. I had to restart the computer when I wanted it
to work, and make sure any network applications were shut down. I then
turned off the airport and ran kismac. This may or may not solve your
problem, though it's a workaround and not a solution. Good luck.


On 11/3/05, super kev <blaster42@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I'm curious if anyone has solved the AE passive mode problem mentioned in
> this thread?
> http://www.freelists.org/archives/kismac/09-2005/msg00014.html
> My PB with r75 tries to load the passive driver, and then says that it
> could
> not enable monitor mode for AE, because drivers weren't found. I can see
> it
> disable Airport (turn it off) and then it will turn it back on just before
> the error, but that's about as far as it gets. And about half of the time
> it freezes when trying to load the passive driver. This is on a new
> powerbook (G4 1.5Ghz, 10.4.0) and I haven't updated it to 10.4.3 yet.
> Thanks.

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