On Sun, Jun 26, 2011 at 10:07 AM, William Pretty Security Inc <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: J. L.
Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2011 12:07 PM
To: General mailing list for gumstix users.
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] Aircrack-ng Bitbake Recipe
What is the script you are
referring to can you post a link, I am not aware of the script you are running.
It was in a previous post by
Christian. I can re-post it if you like.
Yes please I cant seem to find it. --- ignore this I saw the second message with the script..
Also you don’t need to use sudo as you are root already.
I wasn’t sure. Figured
it couldn’t hurt J
You have all the kernel headers
and what not on image as well correct?
I don’t know ? Where
would I get them ?
add them to your image, or opkg install them.
Also dev files for any
dependencies you need for aircrack?
Yup. As far as I know …
you need libpcap, iw, sqlite for just basic usage of aircrack
depending on what your planning on doing with aircrack you could need these as well:
lorcon or pylorcon, python
Also needed are the dev packages of all listed above.
The other thing is I always
have bitbake build everything, as I never had luck with downloading part of
something and building the other.
In order to have bitbake
build everything, including get the dependencies, you would have to re-write
the make file that comes with aircrack-ng.
Is that what you did ??
I was refering to the MLO and uImage you said you downloaded pre built. I always build those myself with bitbake, for me personally and does not seem to be true for all on here if I do not build the MLO and uImage relating to me filesystem I have run into issues and errors that I did not on the same file system and building the others myself. Just remember aircrack itself needs nothing more than make make install, or configure with the features you want then make make install.
Never seen the kind of error
you have now. I am honestly baffled as to what the issue actually could be
here, what kernel are you using? The kernel (uImage) that I downloaded from the
Try building and using .32 kernel as that is what I use and works for me, I have tried newer ones and things broke so just stuck with that kernel, as I do not want to mess with trying to sort out the differences between the kernels each time they push a new one before the previous one seems to be fully functional.
The script you posted I have never needed to run, on my images, again I am building an older kernel and I froze my OE about a month and a half ago, tired of constant breakage. Also possibly you doing that link is causing other things with gcc that are not suppose to? I honestly have no clue.
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