In the terminal I go to root folder with
an authenticate with my password. But when I type
airmon-ng start wlan0
it shows command not found. What can I do to access airmon-ng command?
I have installed Backtrack R3 in virtualbox, but i cant find any wireless connections.
Cant find anything in wicd either.
What i want to do is to run airmon-ng start wlan0 in terminal, and after that wash -i mon0
But i find nothing then i run airmon-ng start wlan0 and the command wash -i mon0 doesn't work at all.
I am running Lucid Lynx, kernel 18.104.22.168 generic, I have a card with the Broadcom BCM4311, with the STA Linux Wireless driver. I have no idea how to get monitor mode to work with the Aircrack-ng suite's Airmon-ng command. I use the command:
sudo airmon-ng start eth1
And I get this output:
Found 5 processes that could cause trouble.
I've kind of solved the issue. Not sure exactly WHY this is how it's behaving. Basically when you run "airmon-ng start wlan0" to enable monitor mode, if you don't specify a channel such as "airmon-ng start wlan0 5", it will become stuck showing only channel 1 with the channel listed as negative 1.
I am new to ubuntu. I want to use aircrack-ng. When I run airmon-ng I am getting interface and driver( I think so) but not chipset. So please anyone tell me a step by step description how I can run aircrack-ng successfully. I am posting the result which I got when I ran it.Terminal Result