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You cannot. Not all chipsets/wifi drivers support monitor mode. Broadcom is know for lacking in open source drivers functionality support. It is already public knowledge the RPi 3 current driver implementation does not support monitor mode. PSA: The Raspberry Pi 3's embedded WiFi card does not support promiscuous mode. If you are buying a replacement, do ...


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You should back up all files, not just ones you think look important. Don't back up individual files either. Instead, have your syslog daemon send a copy remotely to your backup server in real time. Most syslog daemons support this, and the good ones even support sending it over an encrypted channel. If that is not supported, you can always set up an ...


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You could do it all more "manually" : Set your wlan0 interface down : ip link set wlan0 down. Change the mode from managed to monitor : iw dev wlan0 set type monitor. And bring back up : ip link set wlan0 up. And you can check the result with a simple iw dev. That shouldn't change anything on your other interface wlan1, at least it does it for me ...



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