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 188.8.131.52 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.
Using kali1.0.8 32bit, when I run airmon-ng, I could only see wlan0 as the laptop internal network adapter yet can't see my usb network card;
however the usb net card is shown as wlan1 in iwconfig;
I tried airmon-ng start wlan1, but it only shows wlan0 and fails to add wlan1;
Please help with this problem. I'm using belkin F9L1002v1, any one knows about the comparability issue?
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.