Thanks for the information.Unfortunately the HWUG1 was not listed at http://linux- wless.passys.nl/. I was hoping to verify what was said in those Amazon reviews.
I'm going to dig a bit more for info on this device, but information seems scarce at this point. I'll probably end up just buying it and trying it out myself. Or I may just go with the DWL-G122 or WUSB54G, both have Ralink 2570 chipsets and are said to work well with KisMAC, and try my hand at adding an antenna. Decisions...
I read (somewhere on trac.kismac.de) that wireless g packet injection may very well be implemented in the foreseeable future. Anybody know if this is still the case?
On Apr 7, 2007, at 7:27 PM, klabazofo wrote:
Grant, For chipset info try http://linux-wless.passys.nlKismac r228 does not support wireless g usb packet injection under os x according to the kismac irc channel.This site I found has every ralink wireless driver for os x http://www.treiberupdate.de/treiber/Ralink.htmlYou need to translate it in google or something to view it if i remember correctly.If you get this going with packet injection please post a report. :-) CheersOn 4/7/07, Grant <gbander@xxxxxxx> wrote: I have been looking for a Ralink-based USB 802.11b/g adapter thatwill work well with KisMAC. Hawking's HWUG1 adapter has caught my attention as it has an external antenna (no soldering needed to get a decent antenna, this is its major selling point for me.) I've not had much luck discovering what chipset is in this thing. All I could find were two reviewers on Amazon who said they got theirs working with their Macs by using Ralink's RT2571 driver. Does anybody know for sure what chipset is in this thing? Does anybody have any experience or thoughts on the device? And most importantly, might this work with KisMAC? Hawking also makes the HWUG1A, which is their "for Mac Users" version of the HWUG1. I'm not sure what the difference actually is. Any information or insight will be much appreciated. Thanks, -Grant