Map Kismet output with

I’m using Knoppix 3.7 so after I boot to the live disk, I configure the /etc/kismet/kismet.conf file.

I edit the “Sources are defineds as” section to match my wireless card and drivers. Then set the “Do we have a GPS” section to gps=True
The next three commands will start the GPS dameon, start listening on port 2947, and start kismet.

Now you can register for free at and upload the .xml, .cvs, and .gps files.

You can also google for a tool called igiggle to get the output to work with google maps.

Linux, Wireless

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