I had the same problem when running KisMac from my normal
administrator OSX login. Here's how I solved it.
1) Download and install Pseudo v1.2.3... here's the link: http:// personalpages.tds.net/~brian_hill/software/Pseudo_1.2.3.dmg.sit
2) Open Pseudo. A little window should appear.
4) Proceed with passive scanning.
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On Oct 16, 2005, at 11:09 PM, E. Gad wrote:
Long and the short is the Airport Extreme Card doesn't want to work. I did RTFM I Here's the rig: ibook G4 OSX 10.4.2 seucuity update 10-1-2005 installed (from software update) A brodcom card aka the airport extreme
KisMac r75 and r74 do the following Install, then loads the active mode stuff. It then prompts for a admin password. The Aiport card turns it self off wich apparently is suposed to happen. The KisMac software fails Mostly it seems to want the Airport Card on, but apparently OSX wants to do something else
When I quite KisMac the Aiport Extreme just says no Airport Extreme card installed.
Is this a known bug? I accept that brodcom cards as a rule are, how should I say, A POS. Poorly docmented, and the company as a whole is well, garbage.
My main interest in getting this beast to work is because I vaulenteering with some other folks to help my local school debug their WiFi. Thoughts? Comments? Rants? (even: You spammed the list you insesitive clod is ok)
On a completly unrelated note has anyone had luck using a older powerbook (duo) to use a PCMCIA wifi card?
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