you need to compile the usb-drivers svn...it's different from the
On Oct 5, 2006, at 2:12 AM, Justin Morris wrote:
I've tried that with builds r197-199 recently (from usb-drivers) and have not been able to get a dwl-g122 to read anything passively.
The console comes up as it is switching channels. There are networks here but it does not seem them.
RalinkJack::Switched to channel 3
Anything I am doing wrong?
On 10/1/06, devnullian@xxxxxxx <devnullian@xxxxxxx> wrote: There's an article on the wiki about this, but, in short, 1)Get the Apple developer kit (with Xcode, etc.)--on your OS X disc or download from Apple 2)Get subversion, then get svnX 3)Check out the source code from https://svn.binaervarianz.de/kismac/ branches/usb-drivers 4)run compile.command 5)Application will be under /build/universal
Links and more details are on the wiki. On Oct 1, 2006, at 12:56 PM, zer matt wrote:
> No, I just downoaded R196, installed it and run it. What I am going > to do with the code from https://svn.binaervarianz.de/kismac/ > branches/usb-drivers ? > > I'm quite new to the Mac-world.... ;-) > > Zer > > >> >> Did you get the code from https://svn.binaervarianz.de/kismac/ >> branches/usb-drivers ? >> If yes, then you should have the option in the prefs panel for >> "usb device" instead of "usb prism2 device". >> Select the usb device and you should be good to go. >> On Oct 1, 2006, at 12:17 PM, zer matt wrote: >> >>> I just got a DWL-G122 vb1 usb dongle. I should work with Kismac. >>> But the Ralink driver is not available to select in Kismac. How >>> do I load them i passive mode? >>> >>> Zer >>> >>> >>> >> >> > > >