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Posted by:DarkWarior
Subject:Sourcetype,interface,name issues
Date:17:14:11 01/12/2009

> > > I am currently in the process of installing kismet on ubuntu 9.10 and my current problem is find exactly what the sourcetype and name for my card are. I know the interface is wlan0. I am using a realtek integrated wireless card, it supports monitor mode and I have turned monitor mode on.
> > > The model # for the card is: WN6300L
> > > After checking the realtek website The closest thing to a sourcetype I could find was RTL8225
> > >
> > > So if that is the correct Sourcetype then what im looking at now is
> > > Source=RTL8225,wlan0,name
> > >
> > > I am still missing a name for it.
> > >
> > > My question is how do I find out the correct name for it or if I am just making up my own damn name and moving on.
> > >
> >
> > Making up your own name
> >
> > > Any light shed on this will be helpful.
> >
> > You're using code a year out of date, however - 2009-11-R1 just released, and the 2009 releases are FAR simpler to configure, and actually supported. 2008 and previous are considered dead.
> >
> > You should upgrade to the latest.
> >
> > -m
>
> So I downloaded the latest version. I am new to Ubuntu so I am not so familiar with the commands. In the readme it says compile kismet with "make" I am assuming that "make" is some kind of compiler or a command in the terminal.
> I tried using make as a command in the terminal but I don't think I have it right because what I have been trying is the command
>
> Make kismet
>
> And all I get is: make: ***no rule to make target "kismet". stop
>
> What rule do I need to make kismet?
> I have looked on many forums and even read the Ubuntu pocket guide lol

Here is what you should have to do, all of them in terminal/commandline:

@:~$ sudo apt-get install libncurses5-dev libpcap-dev libnl-dev build-essential wireshark libpcre3-dev
@:~$ wget http://www.kismetwireless.net/code/kismet-2009-11-R1.tar.gz
@:~$ tar xzf kismet-2009-11-R1.tar.gz
@:~$ cd kismet-2009-11-R1/
@:~/kismet-2009-11-R1$ ./configure
@:~/kismet-2009-11-R1$ make dep
@:~/kismet-2009-11-R1$ make
@:~/kismet-2009-11-R1$ sudo make suidinstall

The first apt installs all the stuff you should need to successfully compile.


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