[kismac] Re: Driver question

  • From: "William H. Leininger" <whlm1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 13:16:25 -0500

>  > At the moment, to start a KisMAC session, on my Powerbook G3 Series
>>  1999, I have to:
>>  * Start the terminal
>>  * do a sudo kextunload -b org.noncontiguous.WirelessDriver
>>  * enter my password
>>  * exit the terminal
>>  * run the KisMAC Driver utility to start MacJack
>>  * enter my password
>>  * quit the driver utility
>>  * start kismac
>>  So my question is, as I decided that typing the kextunload line was
>>  too much work, and put it into a shell script file I can invoke,
>>  could I just do a kextload instead of running the KisMAC driver
>>  utility, or does it do more than one thing?  The kextload, I could
>>  add to the shell script as well.
>do you really have to do this? kismac should do all this automatically.
>see /Applications/KisMAC.app/Contents/Resources/macjack_load.sh

I'm pretty sure I used to, but maybe I just haven't checked lately; 
I'm still using 0.05a, it seems, according to the version in the info 

>  > And next, is there some way the preferred serial port for the GPS
>>  receiver could be added to the applications preferences, so that I'm
>>  no longer in danger of forgetting before starting out on a long
>>  drive?  Every time I launch the application, it's revert to irDA,
>>  which is never what I use.  (admittedly, the Keyspan Twin Serial I
>>  use can be plugged together in different ways, but I tend to set it
>>  up the same way each time.)
>which version do you use? i fixed such a problem in 0.05b3 or so...

Ok, I'll check both of these and get back to you

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