Dan Mcanulty
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demcanulty reviewed on 09 May 2013
I was able to get things to work by using brew to install openssl and then copying over two library folders to the opt/local/lib folder. Seems to be working pretty well now. Also I think some of the users aren't waiting long enough after hitting ctrl+c in airport. It's a little sluggish to quit, but if you wait after you see the ^C it will close itself out nicely and return the wireless to its normal condition. It does not, however, choose your wireless network for you, but that's not a huge deal, and that's airport doing that, not the GUI. If you have the code posted anywhere, I'd be interested in poking through. I don't know much about Objective C, but this seems like a fun project and the automation is very convenient!
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demcanulty replied on 10 May 2013
Thanks! I know just what you mean about getting busy, it's very hard to keep apps up-to-date. Thanks for sharing though, I didn't know anything about aircrack-ng before playing with this.

demcanulty replied on 26 Aug 2013
Sorry WillL5130, I don't remember at this point, I probably did a search for the files that were missing using EasyFind and then copied them to the folder where the program was looking for them.
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