FINGSCAN - download program

Posted on
Thu May 19, 2022 11:47 am
EagleDTW offline
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Re: FINGSCAN - download program

Hi Karl,

Most of the other errors are gone - still having this one left:
fingscan Error ''F0:9F:C2:10:EC:C7''
getfingData @line 3174: 'if self.fingStatus[kk] == "up" and self.allDeviceInfo[theMAC][u"status"] != u"up":'

Please let me know when a new version can be pushed, hopefully capturing this error.

Appreciate all your work on this!

Thank you,
Daniel

Posted on
Mon May 23, 2022 2:52 pm
kw123 offline
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Re: FINGSCAN - download program

added features / changes in v7.33.74 @ 2022-05-23
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1. fixed:
getfingData @line 3174: 'if self.fingStatus[kk] == "up" and self.allDeviceInfo[theMAC][u"status"] != u"up":'


Karl

Posted on
Mon May 30, 2022 6:02 pm
new2me07 offline
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Re: FINGSCAN - download program

CLI_macOSX_5.4.0.zip
included in the plugin download to install

I don't have that file in the plugin download. I downloaded the latest version from Fing but I'm getting these errors. Latest version of everything. macOS 2022.1.1 and fingscan .33.74

[quote] fingscan Error error in get fing version#: seems that either /usr/local/bin/fing in not installed or password>>your router password here<< not correct,
returned text from fing probe:echo 'your router password here' | sudo -S /usr/local/bin/fing -v: [u'']-Password:Sorry, try again.
Password:
sudo: no password was provided
sudo: 1 incorrect password attempt

fingscan Error
miss match version of opsys:{} and fing:{} you need to upgrade / imstall FING to 64 bit version (>=5). Download from
https://www.fing.com/products/development-toolkit use OSX button
fingscan Error or use
CLI_macOSX_5.4.0.zip
included in the plugin download to install
then delete fing.log and fing.data in the indigo preference directory and reload the plugin
fingscan Error
and try:
fingscan Error sudo /usr/bin/xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine /usr/local/lib/fing/*
fingscan Error sudo /usr/bin/xattr -rd com.apple.quarantine /usr/local/bin/fing
May 30, 2022 at 7:57:57 PM
fingscan Error ''Plugin' object has no attribute 'netwType''
validatePrefsConfigUi @line 1829: 'if ok and (self.netwType != netwT or network != self.theNetwork) :'/quote]

Any ideas? I deleted the log and data file but no dice. I did forget to add my "Mac Password" the first time I started fingscan but have since entered it

Posted on
Thu Jun 23, 2022 4:05 pm
katiaf offline
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Re: FINGSCAN - download program

I am having the exact same issue. My theory is that I changed my Mac's password and somehow fing is keeping my old password. I have tried overwriting in "Configure" Your MAC password, but it doesn't work. I also tried deleting most of fing preferences in the Perceptive Automation folder and it did not work either. After 10 or 12 attempts, the error persists and the event log still shows my old password. I believe anyone changing their computer password will run into this issue.

Reverting my Mac to its old password works, however I need to change it to keep it in sync with my other devices.

Thanks in advance for looking into this (no rush!).

Posted on
Fri Jun 24, 2022 11:42 am
new2me07 offline
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Re: FINGSCAN - download program

I think this is what happened to me... sort of. I overlooked the password the very first time the config dialog box opened... now it doesn't appear to save the changes when I do enter it.

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