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January 15, 2019 at 6:12 pm in reply to: Monitor mode, with external usb adapter, without loosing wifi connection. #13625
I tried creating mon0 with “iw phy phy0 interface add mon0 type monitor”, it does create it, without disabling wlan0, but somehow kills the wifi…
localhost no bit 🙂January 17, 2018 at 8:33 am in reply to: Can ethernet.gadget conflict with the usb wifi dongles be solved? #12528
Actually, after running the sd card with fsck, fixed the kernel panic issue.
I’ve been testing the terminal connection via GPIO pins, for a few hours now.
Mostly, it’s working just fine.
The only issue, I encountered so far, one of the scripts is shooting out “curses.error: curs_set() returned ERR” error, which seems to be connected with the terminal type.January 17, 2018 at 1:35 am in reply to: Can ethernet.gadget conflict with the usb wifi dongles be solved? #12526
Tried using the serial, have to enable_uart=1 in config.txt, to activate it, otherwise nothing happens.
Sadly, it crashes on start up, with kernel panic error.
Any possible solution?January 16, 2018 at 9:34 pm in reply to: Can ethernet.gadget conflict with the usb wifi dongles be solved? #12525
Another thing, I want to try to implement, is to connect Pi Zero W to my android phone, via the ftdi device, for the console access, to spare the only usb port.January 16, 2018 at 5:40 pm in reply to: Can ethernet.gadget conflict with the usb wifi dongles be solved? #12524
Seems to work for me Today, not sure, what I was doing wrong before.
Seems to be power sensitive, but finally works.
Another thing, many pentensting tools are relying on network-manager to work properly and trying to set up interfaces, using it. Which, obviously, doesn’t work with Pi-Tail, out of the box.
So, is it doable, to modify Pi-Tail, to be network-manager based, keeping all the current features active?
Thanks for your attention.
Have changed nothing from the default, only replaced “home” in wpa_supplicant, to match my hotspot.
Another test I made,
Clean install of Pi-Tail.
Removed pre-configured wpa_supplicant, interfaces files.
Put my own interfaces file, containing only:
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
As I always do, on my clean installs, for simple configuration and connecting to wifi on first boot. This always works with re4son pre-build images.
In this case, the connection to homework was successful, but, once again, no internet connection.
Strangely, running setgw, return 10.42.0.145 as the default gw, where as my router is 10.42.0.1. I tried setting the default gw manually, to 10.42.0.1, which succeeded, but still, no internet connection established.
P.S. Found the culprit.
/etc/resolv.conf has 22.214.171.124 for nameserver, changing it to my router ip, fixed the issue.
Just to add, setgw command had no effect..