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When I run kismet_server, I get the error message: Already have defaults for type IEEE80211b

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Greetings,
I want to setup Kismet on Redhat Fedora 2
I've worked on the kismet.conf file and it seems almost ready to run, except:

When I run kismet_server, I get the error message:
Already have defaults for type IEEE80211b

How can I fix this?


I CAN use Ethereal with the Cisco card, so I'm sure it is working and going into passive monitor mode.
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paste the config file in here. please

but the message is like a you have default config for the 802.11 and is not nbecesary for kismet. but please paste the conf
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