Same here. Passive mode on the airport extreme works fine, but my DWL-
G122 picks up nothing when scanning--and I know from the AE scan that
there's plenty to be found...
On Oct 14, 2006, at 12:11 PM, Aki wrote:
Also tried Developement version, seems to work, but my USB Dongle seems to not be well supported so I get weird errors ^^ And I'm not enough skilled to find and fix the problem, so I'm also clueless.
Good luck to our devellopers :)
On 10/14/06, devnullian@xxxxxxx <devnullian@xxxxxxx> wrote:A build from within Xcode creates a working KisMAC as a development build.
Also, svn info does have a line 'revision: 207', but I'm totally clueless with sed, so I can't fix it.
devnullian On Oct 14, 2006, at 12:02 PM, devnullian@xxxxxxx wrote:
> I'm having the same problem. I'm going to try a build from within
> Xcode and see what happens...
> On Oct 14, 2006, at 11:52 AM, Aki wrote:
>> Got same problem with subversion, but hasn't caused any problems yet,
>> as far as I know ^^
>> I also ondered why actuel Kismac version wasn't compiling, I got an
>> error when linking ... Any information on that ?
>> On 10/14/06, devnullian@xxxxxxx <devnullian@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> I recently fried the internal power supply on my powerbook and
>>> replaced it with a macbook. I got the pre-packaged for OS X version
>>> of subversion, and now when I run compile.command, when it
>>> the svn revision, it says "invalid option n". I looked into the
>>> compile.command script, and it runs 'svn version -n` but my copy of
>>> subversion doesn't recognize the command 'version.' Do I need to
>>> the Darwin Ports version instead? Has that command been depricated?
>>> As a work-around, I can edit compile.command to hard-code the
>>> instead of determining it automagically, so this isn't a show