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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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