Hi talds! Thanks for the clarification. So wifi in general works, but airmon-ng does not work (or at least not properly... ).
I think, I know where the problem could be, but I have no solution for it so far:

Offensive security patches the kernel sources before building the arm-kernels:
echo "Patching kernel"
wget http://patches.aircrack-ng.org/mac80211.compat08082009.wl_frag+ack_v1.patch -O mac80211.patch
patch -p1 --no-backup-if-mismatch < mac80211.patch
I think, this patch is missing now, to get it work. But that's where the trouble begins:
Until now, I'm still not able to build my own kernel. That's the only reason I used the prebuild boot-image from the descriped ubuntu-Image from above. I tried the instructions at http://radxa.com/Rock/Booting_Linux (with and without kernel-patch, using the descriped cross-compiler as well as the following https://github.com/offensive-security/gcc-arm-linux-gnueabihf-4.7) without success yet. If you are able to build a working boot-image, this would probably solve your problem. Maybe it's also possible to apply the patch to an existing kernel-build? I just don't know
Have you ever tried to build your own radxa-boot-image?

Greetings, frep



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Hi talds,
This is compatibility of chipsets to the aircrack-ng suite.

RTL8187L is supported by airodump for Linux, but need patch.
RTL8188 is not supported.


@LuciferDarklord @pe1ago

Confirmed bug. We will fix it in the next release. It should be a kernel bug.


@V-I-R-U-S Yes, we have the database automatically backup. That guy have modified the theme folder(index.php). Now i have cleaned it. radxa.com is back now.