Siocgifflags error no such device wifi

siocgifflags error no such device wifi

community.nxp.com › Layerscape › ifconfig-SIOCGIFFLAGS-No-such-de. Unfortunately, I still can't get the wifi to work. UP wlan0: Failed to initialize driver interface ip: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device. [*06/21/2016 02:08:11.5604] DOT11_DRV[1]: wcp/RadDrv1:: Dot11BaseDriver is_vap_present ioctl SIOCGIFFLAGS failed for apr1v0 error No such device. siocgifflags error no such device wifi

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Thread: Adding mtu in /etc/network/interfaces has no effect

Code:

# Configuration file for /sbin/dhclient, which is included in Debian's # dhcp3-client package. # # This is a sample configuration file for dhclient. See dhclient.conf's # man page for more information about the syntax of this file # and a more comprehensive list of the parameters understood by # dhclient. # # Normally, if the DHCP server provides reasonable information and does # not leave anything out (like the domain name, for example), then # few changes must be made to this file, if any. # option rfc3442-classless-static-routes code 121 = array of unsigned integer 8; send host-name "<hostname>"; #send dhcp-client-identifier 1:0:a0:24:ab:fb:9c; #send dhcp-lease-time 3600; #supersede domain-name "fugue.com home.vix.com"; #prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1; #new interface "eth0" { default interface-mtu 1400; supercede interface-mtu 1400; line 25 } line 26 #new -- end here request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, time-offset, routers, domain-name, domain-name-servers, domain-search, host-name, netbios-name-servers, netbios-scope, interface-mtu, rfc3442-classless-static-routes, ntp-servers; line 32
Is there something wrong with the syntax? Also, what is the problem in line 32?

QuoteOriginally Posted by IowanView Post

The mtu option may only be available when using manual configuration in /etc/network/interfaces.

Thanks for your reminder.

Cant get it to work #109

First of all:
Your driver must support all ioctl() system calls, otherwise hcxdumptool will not work. Unfortunately, it looks like your driver doesn't support them: ioctl(SIOCGIFFLAGS) not supported by driver
BTW:
The following drivers definitely don't support ioctl() system calls
Broadcom (that include NEXMON): seemoo-lab/nexmon#285
Realtek (8188 and 8812): aircrack-ng/rtl8812au#587

Second of all:
airmon-ng is designed to work with aircrack-ng suite and not with hcxdumptool! So, do not use airmon-ng in combination with hcxdumptool.
This is described in --help:

Please notice:
Monitor mode will be enabled by hcxdumptool. You don't need a third party tool (airmon-ng) to do this!

Make sure, you're running latest git head of hcxdumptool.
Than please do the following steps (and keep in mind: do not use airmon-ng):
stop this services:
$ sudo systemctl stop NetworkManager.service
$ sudo systemctl stop wpa_supplicant.service

and post output of:
if you use an USB WiFi adapter:
$ lsusb
if you use the internal PCIe WiFi card:
$ lspci
$ sudo hcxdumptool -I
$ sudo hcxdumptool -i your_interface --check_driver
$ sudo hcxdumptool -i your_interface --check_injection

BTW:
Closed this, because it isn't an hcxdumptool issue, but you can still ask your questions here.

The Things Network

Hello,
I just bought a Belkin wireless USB device, with a Realtek 8192cu chipset inside.
After plugged in the Multitech mlinux conduit, I see that modules are loaded well.
It fails when trying to load the firmware files.

Snipped from dmesg:

By doing a modinfo on rtl8192cu, I got:

[email protected]:/lib/modules/3.12.27/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rtlwifi# modinfo rtl8192cu

[Solved] ifconfig: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device

awillinger-work Asks: Setting up OIDC with ADFS - Invalid UserInfo Request
Background

So I've been pulling my hair out the past few weeks trying to get OIDC authentication working based on ADFS in various applications, specifically Proxmox VE as well as Gitea. The reason why I am doing this is primarily driven by Proxmox, where I want to replace regular username/password authentication for our infrastructure admins with YubiKey + PIN. This variant is not natively supported by Proxmox, so I thought using ADFS as an OpenID provider would be a solution, as it supports smartcards and therefore YubiKeys.

What I've tried so far

Adding each application as "Server application accessing a web API" as well as simply "Server application". While the login with the latter one works, the returned username claims are gibberish, I also cannot control who is allowed to access the application. With "Server application + Web API" the basic authentication works, but the following userinfo request failes with:



Setting the "Access control policy" to "Permit everyone" does not make a difference.

Example configuration for Gitea, based on ADFS Setup Guide - OpenID OAUTH Authentication:

Server Application configuration- Web API - General(ID of server application added as relying party) - Web API - Client Permissions- Web API transform rules

Removing the server application identifier from the relying party identifiers allows login, but ignores any transform rules / access control polices, likely because ADFS cannot link the two apps together.

Other options

The only other option which would support authentication using YubiKeys only would be Azure AD, which we already use for various other applications successfully. The problem is, however, that the accounts with which we want to authenticate with (infra-admins) are not synced into Azure, to avoid a possible attacker also gaining foothold in our on-premises environment in case he takes over Azure. Unless I am overlooking something, AAD does not support authentication for unsynced users.

Am I doing something entirely wrong, or is this setup simply not working with applications unaware of ADFS? As I have searched around, one must provide some sort of "resource" parameter with the request "urn..." value when querying the userinfo endpoint, which I am not able to add.

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grep firmware
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_TMSC.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_B.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_A.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw.bin

I found these files at https://github.com/TI-OpenLink/firmwares/tree/master/rtlwifi.
I followed the advice of @cmolson to create /lib/firmware and putting the 4 firmware files into it, but this did’nt help.

I am stuck now, and suspect that the solution is not so far.
If someone could help me, please.
Louis.

Arch Linux

when I use ifconfig -a, I can see the wlan0..

But it can't be waken up..

I used "ifconfig wlan0", it can display the information about wlan0..

The problem is whether wlan0 is awake?

If wlan0 is awake, I can scan the wireless, right?  so, I used "iwlist wlan0 scanning", it gave me this error:"err:Network is down"

If I use "ifconfig wlan0 up", it will give me this:"SIOCSIFFLAGS:No such file or directory"

If I use "dhcpcd wlan0", it will give me this:"No such file or directory"

What should I do.....  sad

My laptop is DELL XPS M1530. I'm sure I had turn the wireless button on..
My hardware is supported, I find the name of my hardware in the wiki: "iwlwifi-4965-ucode for Intel Pro/Wireless 4965 AB/G Mini PCI-E".

Here is the link to the wireless setup page: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wir … 000-series

Last edited by wxiluo (2008-10-07 21:11:29)

Arch Linux

when I use ifconfig -a, I anti terror weapons ru see the wlan0.

But it can't be waken up.

I used "ifconfig wlan0", it can display the information about wlan0.

The problem is whether wlan0 is awake?

If wlan0 is awake, I can scan the wireless, right?  so, I used "iwlist wlan0 scanning", it gave me this error:"err:Network is down"

If I use "ifconfig wlan0 up", it will give me this:"SIOCSIFFLAGS:No such file or directory"

If I use "dhcpcd wlan0", it will give me this:"No such file or directory"

What should I do.  sad

My laptop is DELL XPS M1530. I'm sure I had turn the wireless button on.
My hardware is supported, I find the name of my hardware in the alkatraz error chomikuj "iwlwifi-4965-ucode for Intel Pro/Wireless 4965 AB/G Mini PCI-E".

Here is the link to the wireless setup page: http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Wir … 000-series

Last edited by wxiluo (2008-10-07 21:11:29)

The Things Network

Hello,
I just bought a Belkin wireless USB device, with a Realtek 8192cu chipset inside.
After plugged in the Multitech mlinux conduit, I see that modules are loaded well.
It fails when trying to load the firmware files.

Snipped from dmesg:

By doing a modinfo on rtl8192cu, I got:

[email protected]:/lib/modules/3.12.27/kernel/drivers/net/wireless/rtlwifi# modinfo rtl8192cu grep firmware
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_TMSC.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_B.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw_A.bin
firmware: rtlwifi/rtl8192cufw.bin

I found these files at https://github.com/TI-OpenLink/firmwares/tree/master/rtlwifi.
I followed the advice of @cmolson to create /lib/firmware and putting the 4 firmware files into it, but this did’nt help.

I am stuck now, and suspect that the solution is not so far.
If someone could help me, please.
Louis.

siocgifflags error no such device wifi ifconfig: SIOCGIFFLAGS: No such device
awillinger-work Asks: Setting up OIDC with ADFS - Invalid UserInfo Request
Background

So I've been pulling my hair out the past few weeks trying to get OIDC authentication working based on ADFS in various applications, specifically Proxmox VE as well as Gitea. The reason why I am doing this is primarily driven by Proxmox, where I want to replace regular username/password authentication for our infrastructure admins with YubiKey + PIN. This variant is not natively supported by Proxmox, so I thought using ADFS as an OpenID provider would be a solution, as it supports smartcards and therefore YubiKeys.

What I've tried so far

Adding each application as "Server application accessing a web API" as well as simply "Server application". While the login with the latter one works, the returned username claims are gibberish, I also cannot control who is allowed to access the application. With "Server application + Web API" the basic authentication works, but the following userinfo request failes with:



Setting the "Access control policy" to "Permit everyone" does not make a difference.

Example configuration for Gitea, based on ADFS Setup Guide - OpenID OAUTH Authentication:

Server Application configuration- Web API - General(ID of server application added as relying party) - Web API - Client Permissions- Web API transform rules

Removing the server application identifier from the relying party identifiers allows login, but ignores any transform rules / access control polices, likely because ADFS cannot link the two apps together.

Other options

The only other option which would support authentication using YubiKeys only would be Azure AD, which we already use for various other applications successfully, siocgifflags error no such device wifi. The problem is, however, that the accounts with which we want to authenticate with (infra-admins) are not synced into Azure, to avoid a possible attacker also gaining foothold in our on-premises environment in case he takes over Azure. Unless I am overlooking something, AAD does not support authentication for unsynced users.

Am I doing something entirely wrong, or is this setup simply not working with applications unaware of ADFS? As I have searched around, one must provide some sort of "resource" parameter with the request "urn." value when querying the userinfo endpoint, which I am not able to add.

SolveForum.com may not be responsible for the answers or solutions given to any question asked by the users. All Answers or responses are user generated answers and we do not have proof nod32 error 2878 its validity or correctness. Please vote for the answer that helped you in order to help others find out which is the most helpful answer. Questions labeled as solved may be solved or may not be solved depending on the type of question and the date posted for some posts may be scheduled to be deleted periodically. Do not hesitate to share your thoughts here to help others.

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ifconfig returns SIOCSIFFLAGS: Unknown error 132 when running commad ifconfig wlan0 up

After upgrade to Karmic on EEE pc 1005HA wifi doesn't work at all.

Wifi module: ath9k
System: Linux floweee 2.6.31-14-generic-pae #48-Ubuntu SMP Fri Oct 16 15:22:42 UTC 2009 i686 GNU/Linux
Description: Ubuntu 9.10
Release: 9.10

Network manager tells "device not ready" in applet
Command ifconfig wlan0 up returns SIOCSIFFLAGS: Unknown error 132

but siocgifflags error no such device wifi running commands:

rmmod ath9k
rfkill block all
rfkill unblock all
modprobe ath9k
rfkill unblock all
ifconfig wlan0 up

wifi works correctly

ProblemType: Bug
AplayDevices:
 **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
 card 0: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: ALC269 Analog [ALC269 Analog]
   Subdevices: 1/1
   Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
Architecture: i386
ArecordDevices:
 **** List of CAPTURE Hardware Devices ****
 card 0: Intel [HDA Intel], device 0: ALC269 Analog [ALC269 Analog]
   Subdevices: 1/1
   Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
AudioDevicesInUse:
 USER PID ACCESS COMMAND
 /dev/snd/controlC0: flasher 1951 F., siocgifflags error no such device wifi. pulseaudio
CRDA: Error: [Errno 2] No such file or directory
Card0.Amixer.info:
 Card hw:0 'Intel'/'HDA Intel at 0xf7db8000 irq 22'
   Mixer name : 'Realtek ALC269'
   Components : 'HDA:10ec0269,10438398,00100004'
   Controls : 14
   Simple ctrls : 9
Date: Fri Oct 30 11:20:24 2009
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 9.10
HibernationDevice: RESUME=UUID=56939128-fa9c-4928-8619-b97afd79de35
MachineType: ASUSTeK Computer INC. 1005HA
Package: linux-image-2.6.31-14-generic-pae 2.6.31-14.48
ProcCmdLine: root=UUID=39b0c7bd-9c19-4859-a957-12eb0c765bbe ro vga=789 splash
ProcEnviron:
 LANG=en_US.UTF-8
 SHELL=/bin/bash
ProcVersionSignature: Ubuntu 2.6.31-14.48-generic-pae
RelatedPackageVersions:
 linux-backports-modules-2.6.31-14-generic-pae 2.6.31-14.16
 linux-firmware 1.24
SourcePackage: linux
Tags: ubuntu-unr
Uname: Linux 2.6.31-14-generic-pae i686
WpaSupplicantLog:

XsessionErrors:
 (gnome-settings-daemon:2217): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_propagate_error: assertion `src != NULL' failed
 (gnome-settings-daemon:2217): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_propagate_error: assertion `src != NULL' failed
 (nautilus:2530): Eel-CRITICAL **: eel_preferences_get_boolean: assertion `preferences_is_initialized ()' failed
 (polkit-gnome-authentication-agent-1:2543): GLib-CRITICAL **: g_once_init_leave: assertion `initialization_value != 0' failed
 (gnome-panel:2529): Gdk-WARNING **: /build/buildd/gtk+2.0-2.18.3/gdk/x11/gdkdrawable-x11.c:952 drawable is not a pixmap or window
dmi.bios.date: 06/18/2009
dmi.bios.vendor: American Megatrends Inc.
dmi.bios.version: 0601
dmi.board.asset.tag: To Be Filled By O.E.M.
dmi.board.name: 1005HA
dmi.board.vendor: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
dmi.board.version: x.xx
dmi.chassis.asset.tag: 0x00000000
dmi.chassis.type: 10
dmi.chassis.vendor: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
dmi.chassis.version: x.x
dmi.modalias: dmi:bvnAmericanMegatrendsInc.:bvr0601:bd06/18/2009:svnASUSTeKComputerINC.:pn1005HA:pvrx.x:rvnASUSTeKComputerINC.:rn1005HA:rvrx.xx:cvnASUSTeKComputerINC.:ct10:cvrx.x:
dmi.product.name: 1005HA
dmi.product.version: x.x
dmi.sys.vendor: ASUSTeK Computer INC.

WLan0 connection on pi3 similar device[yocto] [closed]

The only thing that needs to be in the wpa_supplicant.conf file, is the details for a network to connect to. You can create a fresh file with:

The error message you're getting says that your passphrase isn't long enough. That might in fact be the only thing wrong.

Further on it mentions the above wpa.conf file - so I don't think it's using the wpa_supplicant.conf file you have. You can leave out everything from the > and it will just echo kobra antiterror filjm online to the console, then you can copy and paste it into that wpa.conf file. Also, siocgifflags error no such device wifi, I see you have the KEY_MGMT clause in there twice, and some spaces at the beginning siocgifflags error no such device wifi it might not like that - if it is actually using that file. I suspect a typo somewhere when you set mssqlserver error 17051 up.

You can test the wpa_supplicant.conf file - and connect manually with:

That should connect you to the wireless network. Then, in another terminal window, you need to get an IP address from the network:

Then you should be connected. But there are also programs, like NetworkManager, that try to do this automatically in the background and will interfere with this process, so it is best to use the system's preferred configuration methods.

The wireless interface will only show up when there is a wireless driver loaded. It is increasingly rare to find a device for which there is not wireless driver. but usually you can just use a USB wireless adapter for those devices.

The wireless device can also be called "eth0" or "eth1". An easy way to tell is to run the command:

It only shows wireless devices.

You can also try

If neither of those commands are present, you can look at the boot log for clues, eg:

Or

Or

Or

Where you can see if you can find the module loaded for your wireless device.

To see all the modules available on your system, you can look in /usr/src/linux*/drivers/net/wireless, eg.

Or

In very rare siocgifflags error no such device wifi, you will need to manually enable your device by loading its driver, eg:

(The -v is just so it shows more detail, but you can just "dmesg" afterward too. If there is no "dmesg" command, you can also:)

Sometimes wireless drivers or devices crash, in which case you might be able to fix them without a reboot with a:

(This is the driver for some intel devices which regularly crash on me.)

I hope you've learned about one of the important cornerstones of Linux with this!

Many bigger systems, siocgifflags error no such device wifi, like Ubuntu and Fedora, rename the interfaces to things like "wlp2s0" or "enp5s1n2" or "enx908723081" - in a repeatable manner - because depending on the kernel and boot process, if you have 2 similar cards, they could sometimes reverse order - such that eth0 is what used to be eth1, and vice versa - causing your device to connect the wrong interfaces to the wrong networks.