From: "Danny ," <scsicork@xxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [kismac] Re: Join network query Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 11:45:07 +0000
I've tried it, doesn't do zip here :( So has anyone been able to use it ? Mick , what is it for ?
From: leigh Cocker <leighcocker2@xxxxxxx> Reply-To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [kismac] Re: Join network query Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 18:13:01 +0000
try trying it ?
On 29 Nov 2005, at 14:49, Danny , wrote:
Anyone know if/how this join network feature works ?
* From: leigh Cocker <leighcocker2@xxxxxxx> * To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx * Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2005 21:14:32 +0100
I'm guess you select to join the network once you have revealed the WEP key. When you select to join the network it asks for a password ?
It also sounds as though you have not configured kissmac correctly, as far as I can tell you should not be able to use the icon in the finder bar when running kissmac as kissmac loads its own driver...Have you set the driver in kissmac prefs ?
Sorry if this is all bollix im just trying to help
On 18 Jul 2005, at 00:33, Dan wrote:
I'm using an orinoco card.Kismac loads the drivers and Macos X displays the
card on the top right in the finders menu bar.I select the network and then
select join network.I then do an ifconfig but don't see the orinoco mac
address just en0 (ethernet) and en1(airport).I'm Wondering how this "join
network" feature works.
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