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install_fonera [2007/06/24 21:46]
darkaudax corrected link to pre-built packages.
install_fonera [2018/11/22 00:14] (current)
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-====== Tutorial: How to install Aircrack-ng on La Fonera ======+====== ​DEPRECATED - Tutorial: How to install Aircrack-ng on La Fonera ======
 February 12, 2007 \\ February 12, 2007 \\
 By: SonicvanaJr By: SonicvanaJr
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 If your Fon is not capable of being SSH'd into then you can use a [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​OpenWrtDocs/​Customizing/​Hardware/​Serial_Console|serial console]] to flash the image as well.  If your Fon is not capable of being SSH'd into then you can use a [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​OpenWrtDocs/​Customizing/​Hardware/​Serial_Console|serial console]] to flash the image as well. 
  
-Instructions for building your own image, and various other bits ofinformation ​about the Fon and OpenWRT can be found  [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​OpenWrtDocs/​Hardware/​Fon/​Fonera|here]]+Instructions for building your own image, and various other bits of information ​about the Fon and OpenWRT can be found  [[http://​wiki.openwrt.org/​OpenWrtDocs/​Hardware/​Fon/​Fonera|here]]
  
  
  
 ==== First pull the SVN trunk and packages from the OpenWRT SVN server ==== ==== First pull the SVN trunk and packages from the OpenWRT SVN server ====
-    *  <code bash>svn co https://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/​trunk/</​code>​ +    ​*  <code bash>cd ~</​code>​ 
-    *  <code bash>svn co https://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/​packages</​code>​+    ​*  <code bash>svn co svn://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/​trunk/ ​trunk</​code>​ 
 +    *  <code bash>svn co svn://​svn.openwrt.org/​openwrt/packages/ packages</​code>​
     *  You can then later update either of those by going into either the **trunk** or **packages** directory, and typing <code bash>svn up</​code>​     *  You can then later update either of those by going into either the **trunk** or **packages** directory, and typing <code bash>svn up</​code>​
  
 ==== Setup and build the image ==== ==== Setup and build the image ====
-  * Go into trunk/​package directory and create a symbolic link from the packages tree to the trunk/​packages directory <code bash> ln -../​../​packages/​*/​* . </​code>​+  * Go into trunk/​package directory and create a symbolic link from the packages tree to the trunk/​packages directory ​<code bash> cd ~/​trunk/​package </​code>​ 
 +  * <code bash> ln -sf ../​../​packages/​*/​* . </​code>​ 
 + 
 +  *  Now go into the trunk directory, and type <code bash> cd ~/trunk/ </​code>​ 
 +  * <code bash> make menuconfig </​code>​ 
 +    * Make sure that "​Target System"​ is "​Atheros AR231x/​AR5312 [2.6]"​ 
 +<code bash>(X) Atheros AR231x/​AR5312 [2.6]</​code>​
  
-  *  Now go into the trunk directory, and type <code bash> make menuconfig </​code>​ 
-    * Make sure that "​Target System"​ is Atheros [2.6] 
     * Make sure the Aircrack-Ng package is selected in the Network section as a module.     * Make sure the Aircrack-Ng package is selected in the Network section as a module.
 +<​code>​Network ​ ---> ​
 +<*> airpwn........................................... Packet injection pwnage (NEW)
 +    wireless ​ ---> ​
 +<*> aircrack-ng................ next generation of aircrack with new features (NEW)
 +<*> aircrack-ptw............. A tool using a new method for breaking WEP Keys (NEW)
 +<*> kismet-drone................................................ Kismet drone (NEW)</​code>​
 +
     * Make sure the libpthread package is selected in the Libraries section as a module.     * Make sure the libpthread package is selected in the Libraries section as a module.
 +<​code>​Libraries ​ --->
 +<*> libpthread-stubs........................................ libpthread-stubs (NEW)</​code>​
 +
     * Exit out of the kernel configuration,​ and be sure to save your changes.     * Exit out of the kernel configuration,​ and be sure to save your changes.
  
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 Once you have successfully flashed your Fon boot it up, and ssh into it. Default login "​root",​ password "​admin"​ Once you have successfully flashed your Fon boot it up, and ssh into it. Default login "​root",​ password "​admin"​
  
-Now you need the aircrack-ng and libpthread ipk files. They can be found [[http://sonicvanajr.com/​fonera/​|here]] or if you built them you should have no problem getting them over to your fon at this point.+Now you need the aircrack-ng and libpthread ipk files. They can be found [[http://mobileaccess.de/fonera/bin/​packages|here]] or if you built them you should have no problem getting them over to your fon at this point.
  
 Use the command <code bash>​ipkg install <file name here>​.ipk</​code>​ for both of the files. Use the command <code bash>​ipkg install <file name here>​.ipk</​code>​ for both of the files.
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