|Subject:||FATAL: channel get ioctl failed 22:Invalid argument|
> What you are saying might be correct there is a driver in it but not madwifi. can you tell me the way to find out which one it is ? and also how do install madwifi on an ubuntu system (all i could find on net was for windows only)
> P.S. i am new to linux so please forgive me for my ignorance
You don't want to install madwifi. It is very old.
Install the latest kismet release from the download link, and follow the quickstart guide from the documentation link.
With a kismet from this decade, you only need to provide the interface name (wlan0).
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