Yeah, there is prism2 support. I think the driver you are looking for is linux-wlan-ng.
First result: http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Prism2_USB_on_Gentoo On 20/04/2007, at 11:27 PM, Jake Trimble wrote:
I don't know if this is the place to ask, but do you guys know if there is prism2 support for usb devices in linux? I just installed Gentoo on an external drive and can't get the airport extreme working. Thanks!-jakep.s. I guess it doesn't matter though cause I have an 802.11n network. It'd still be nice though!On Apr 20, 2007, at 1:11 AM, ryan wrote:Yep. There are even real Mac OS drivers in case you want to use it for non-sniffing purposes. See http://www.macosxhints.com/ article.php?story=20050201091946184 for details.Although, if you just want to use it with Kismac, it's probably best to leave the drivers uninstalled because they tend to get in the way.-Ryan On Apr 19, 2007, at 8:04 PM, Jake Trimble wrote:really? I thought it was prism2... Sweet! On Apr 19, 2007, at 3:13 PM, ryan wrote:JAke:The D-Link DWL-G122 (rev b1 at least, maybe other revs) is a USB ralink device.On Apr 18, 2007, at 12:36 AM, JAke wrote:How long before they will support injection do you think? Also, sorry that I can't help Lawrence, thats really too bad... Also (macuser), are there usb ralink cards, because I'm on an iBook (G4) without pcmcia slots...On 4/17/07, themacuser <themacuser@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: Prism2 cards are actually b only, and the network is only in gtraffic. Wait for ralink cards to support injection. Yes, this is said to be the univeral solution to everything. But thats why we are doingit... On 4/18/07, Lawrence Bean <lbean@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:> >I'd go for the wusb11 if I were you. I've had the most luck with it.> > Hey Jake. >> I picked up a Linksys WUSB11 v2.5 and have just started playing with it > and Kismac. I'm using a G3 iBook with 10.4.9, have downloaded/ compiled > 0.21a from the USB branch, and have not installed any other drivers. I > have a WAP network (a linksys, average signal 36) within easy reach of my > condo and touched base with the owner about running a sample hack ... to> practice and to help them shore up their perimeter. > > I watched the video > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G38PD5FyUxE> and selected USB Device, passive mode as primary injection. I homed in on > the main channel and hub, and after collecting a couple hundred data > packets chose "Authentication Flood". When I do this, after about a minute > the signal goes to zero and no further packets are collected. If I stop > the flood, signal goes back to normal and packets are collected again. If > I choose "reinject packets", I get a box saying "waiting for interesting > packets" and packets continue to be collected, but after a while I get > "unable to start a reinjection attack because the network seems not to be> reacting". >> Do you have any hints for me, or can you describe a setup you know> cracking WEP worked so I can verify my installation is correct? > > > >