[SATLUG] linux hardware compatibility push
zunkworks at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 10:59:30 CST 2011
For Bluetooth sniffing and such: Ubertooth One -
$120 @ https://www.sparkfun.com/products/10573
For drivers and WiFi support, you might check http://linuxwireless.org/ and
And I'd recommend staying away from the really cheap USB adapters. I've
have some that work in monitor mode, but the radios aren't very good and
don't pickup weak signals.
On Wed, Nov 16, 2011 at 10:24 AM, <travis+ml-satlug at subspacefield.org>wrote:
> So if you've ever tried to shop online for USB WiFi/bluetooth dongles
> with particular chipsets, you understand my pain.
> They simply don't even list them.
> Sometimes they don't work with Linux (esp. broadcom chipsets).
> So I'm wondering, what can we do about this?
> I'm wondering if maybe we could set up a Linux hardware review system,
> where the distro asks you after a while how much and how well a
> particular piece of hardware works.
> Anyway, I'd sure like it if I could find out what will work with
> Linux before I buy.
> Less importantly, I want to figure out which can be put into, say,
> monitor mode (for wifi), etc.
> Someone who really wanted to help Linux users everywhere would have a hard
> time finding a better way, IMHO.
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