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Old 19th March 2008, 07:49 PM
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Problem of "ath0raw" click with COPE into fedora 9


I have almost the same problem with this mentioned in the following thread:

I have been trying to install Click (with COPE) into linux
but having a problem with activating "ath0raw".

after installng when I try to run the script

"./gen_config_cope.pl --dev ath0 | CLICKDIR/userlevel/click -"

I get an error that ath0raw is not found.

ath0raw: unknown interface: No such device
using mode g
using ./cope_config.click
init listen manager
init coding manager
constr, totencoded is 0
init overheard packets
tmp_so_sndbuf is set to 0
enchostfilter lookup
send manager done
receive manager done
srcr/ackreceiver: my alias is 196
guess manager done
starting listen manager
listen manager done
starting scramble queue
scramble queue done
starting overheard packets
overheard packets done
decoder done
<stdin>:248: While initializing 'sniff_dev/from_dev :: FromDevice':
ath0raw: SIOCGIFINDEX: No such device
<stdin>:251: While initializing 'sniff_dev/to_dev :: ToDevice':
ath0raw: SIOCGIFINDEX: No such device
Router could not be initialized!

Does anyone know a solution to this problem?

The other thread was locked and closed because perhaps there was another
thred with the same problem.
Can anyone help me find the other topic which may have a solution?

Thank you in advance
Old 19th March 2008, 08:14 PM
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Moved to fedora focus
Old 20th March 2008, 05:30 PM
SlowJet Offline
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If a google on this

ath0raw click 1.4.2 with COPE

One grts this same question for ubuntu, f5,f6
and now f9.

The is either junk mail to get hits on www.click.org
or this person has no idea about what they are doing.

t certainly has nothing to do with F9.

Do the Math
Old 25th March 2008, 05:11 AM
Zotter Offline
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Yup - spam.

2nd one I've seen here tonight of this ilk. 'Socially engineered'.
If it ain't broken - you're not really trying....
Registered Linux user #227845
Old 10th April 2008, 06:58 AM
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evgalani, are you still working on cope? Have you solved the problem?
Old 13th April 2008, 03:39 PM
evgalani Offline
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Unfortunately, i have not solved this problem.

ath0raw, click, cope, fedora, problem

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