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Posted by:dafuser
Subject:AmbiCom WL54-CF
Date:03:54:30 08/01/2009

> > Well that explans why enabling the radiotap_b_bsd source in kisment.conf didn't work.
> >
> > I managed to compile Kismet on my Zaurus last night (took along time on the Zaurus)
> >
> > I ran it and it returned with a different error then just saying ti didn't support the radiotap data link.
> > When I get home tonight I'll take another look at it, but the real problem looks to be the AmbiCom Wl54-CF.
>
> Try kismet-stable from svn now.
>
> It'll still be called radiotab_b_bsd, though now it will allow 802.11 linktypes as well.
>
> -m

When I looked closer at the output from the config command I saw this

checking for pkg-config... /usr/bin/pkg-config
checking pkg-config is at least version 0.9.0... yes
checking for pkghildon... Package hildon-1 was not found in the pkg-config search path
Package hildon-help was not found in the pkg-config search path
Package conic was not found in the pkg-config search path
no

I'm guessing the packages it complained about not finding are not critical because the configure completed without any more errors with the following output:

Configuration complete:
Compiling for: openbsd4.4 (zaurus)
C++ Library: stdc++
Installing as group: wheel
Man pages owned by: wheel
Installing into: /usr/local
Setuid capable: yes
Terminal Control: ncurses
Curses interface: yes
Panels interface: yes
Linux Netlink capture: n/a (only Linux)
Linux wireless : n/a (only Linux)
Linux wireless v.22+ : n/a (only Linux)
pcap capture: yes
airpcap control: n/a (only Cygwin/Win32)
WSP100 capture: no
Viha capture: n/a (only Darwin)
OSX/Darwin capture : n/a (only OSX/Darwin)
Radiotap headers: yes
Using local dump code: yes
DBUS Integration: yes
Imagemagick support: no
Expat Library: yes
GMP Library: no
PThread Support: yes
libz compression: no

Configuration complete. You are not running a linux-based system,
you will likely need to use 'gmake' instead of 'make'.
Run 'gmake dep' to generate dependencies and 'gmake' followed by
'gmake install' to compile and install Kismet
Kismet WILL NOT be installed suid-root by default. If you wish to install
Kismet as a suid-root utility, READ THE DOCUMENTATION and run
'make suidinstall'.

I'll see if I can find the two packages configure complained about and try to compile them on the Zaurus.


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