[kismac] Re: [OpenSVN] r84 committed.
- From: Michael Rossberg <mick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 21:25:05 +0100
On 16.02.2006, at 21:16, Jesse Stanford wrote:
You have to make sure you sudo it, and on occasion it has failed
for me as well. Does a kextload fail as well? Make sure you are
doing the AppleAIrport2.kext (not appleairport.kext)
Sometimes it fails on a first attempt but succeeds on a second, or
I find it weird that a kextunload would fail, especially if it's
run from sudo.. if you have root enabled, can you type login, login
to root, and execute it there? Or does it also fail there?
the problem is that the driver, has to accept the unload attempt. and
it takes the driver a while. it does not matter whether it is root or
it does help to quit all networking applications though. however
kismac tries that before loading too....
can someone do some benchmarks with monitor mode disabled and with
monitor mode enabled (just the wlt device created, not kismac
running) it is supposed to effect the performance, however i am not
sure in what dimension, and i dont have an airport extreme card to
test myself. if it is not too bad, we can consider enabling it once
upon kismacs installation, and disable it whenever kismac is removed...
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