Iím running BT5R1-GNOME-32 as an ISO on a live CD.
I have open anywhere between 10 to 20 terminals at a time, each monitoring a different network using airodump-ng. Itís only necessary to monitor during certain times of the day, so I like to put the system into a suspended state the rest of the time.
The problem is, when I wake up my machine, monitor mode has been disabled, forcing airodump to stop its monitoring in all open terminals, giving the following message:
The only thing I can do is copy/paste the original command line in each terminal to get the processes running again. But this is an inconvenience I would like to avoid if possible. I would greatly appreciate any advice concerning this matter. Thank you.
Read failed: Network is down
Ioctl (SIOCGIFINDEX) failed: No such device
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A related question: What is the maximum number of airodump scans advisable to be running simultaneously? (I can guess it depends on oneís wireless network adaptor and processing power/memory...)