[sisela] Extending sisela
Fri, 30 Jan 2004 18:46:42 -0500 (EST)
I would suggest a 2nd disk for things like kismet, ethereal and
drivers. Just mount it after sisela gets going and load/execute from it.
Only one Atmel driver worked for me. I couldn't find it again on the
web this afternoon, so I will have to keep looking. The others crash the
kernel (with messages) (RH8.0). So once I get it going again I'll let you
know which one works.
I think a floppy war driving set is a good idea. Incidently 1.680 seems
to work OK here. But I would suggest multiple floppies make more sense to
me. Maybe there is already a dist. that is close enough that it's drivers
and programs can be used as is?
Regards war driving, the linksys usb is on a 6 foot cable so it could
be plugged into laptop inside whilst antenna is on the roof :)
On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Martin Ling wrote:
> On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 06:01:59AM -0500, jmh2 wrote:
> > 0.3 doesn't seem to come up from the floppy and I haven't gotten into
> > the sources enough to figure out what is happening.
> Where does it seem to get stuck?
> 1.68MB disks are problematic - not usually in reading them, but in
> writing them. The easiest thing to do is to try writing the disk in
> another drive. It's also worth trying the formatting with superformat,
> which will attempt to autodetect any deviation in the alignment of your
> drive and compensate.
> superformat /dev/fd0 sect=21
> should apply the appropriate formatting.
> > I would love to have the Atmel wireless usb driver working with
> > sisela. That and kismet would make a great war driving box.
> Kismet is *big*, sorry :-) - but people seem to keep asking me for a
> Sisela-like disk for wardriving, so I'll have a go at some point.
> I can build you a version with the Atmel USB driver, if you tell me
> which device you have from:
> The reason I need to know is that the firmware images are different for
> each variant, and I can't fit all of them on.
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