[kismac] Re: r148 works with Intel MacBook Pro

  • From: James Kelly <macubergeek@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 18:38:37 -0400

Awesome thanks!
Have you used the mapping functionality in Kismac?
Actually do folks use other mapping software like Route66?

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On May 24, 2006, at 5:31 PM, John Warren wrote:

I have a Garmin Rino.  You'll need to switch to NMEA (4800 baud)
output on your unit if it isn't already set there.  You'll need the
drivers for your Serial (9-pin) to USB connector.  Other than that
it's pretty much plug in an duse with kismac.  Once you plug it in,
kismac should have the USB serial device listed as a selection on the
GPS tab of preferences.

Now that I've said that... you should really try gpsd.  There's info
about it on the kismac trac page.

On 5/24/06, James Kelly <macubergeek@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Just tried it and it seems to work with Intel MacBook Pro. I can sniff/stumble in passive mode. Haven't tried wep cracking yet.

Has anyone tried WPA/WEP cracking with this rev?

Also I have a Garmin GPS with 9pin cable connector. I also have a Kespan usb
adapter. Has anyone had any GPS experience with Kismac? Which model do you
use? How do you do mapping of found access points?

Jim K

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