Tuesday, May 31, 2011

TMAC For Linux by Sagar Belure

If you happen to be on a Linux box and want to change MAC address with ease then you must try TMAC for Linux by Sagar Belure.

Well, I know you can always use ifconfig but, isnt a good bash script to do much of the work for you cool?!

10 comments:

  1. Thanx for the script. I am lazy and this suits me just fine. :)

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  2. I downloaded and ran TMAC for linux and I keep receiving this error
    ./tmac.sh -R wlano
    ./tmac.sh line 133-135 command not found

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  3. How can i fix run-time error 91 when running TMAC on windows 10

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    1. There is no fix for this now but there is a new version planned which should fix all these issues.

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  4. is ther a way that you cude use Technitium MAC Address Changer on a raspberry pi4

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    1. On Raspberry Pi you can already change MAC address with ifconfig command.

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  5. Dear Shreyyas. I have an HP4530s
    I'd like to change my own MAC starting with 68-... with another HP MAC 70-66-55 .... etc made by Azurewave Technology Ltd 70:66:55

    My card accepts all change except 70:66:55
    Can you help to work around ?


    My card accepts all changet except 70:66:55
    Can you holp to workaround ?

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    1. Thanks for the post. Try to see if 72 works as first octet. Most wifi drivers allow changing MAC address only when the 2nd bit of first octet is set.

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