Yet another option is to use scripts to switch back and forth between the ieee and mac drivers. Guess the “Enable older network device API compatibility” kernel option and custom compilation is no longer needed Yes, no custom kernel compilation is needed: So I’ve begun my Backtrack 3 adventure legal uses only. If you’re running a generic 2. Here are the options: Wicd Manager finds now the WLan. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.
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Couldn’t find package dkms. Is there any other way of changing the refresh rate other than updating rt7 kernel? After this I searched the BT support forum for help and found a post advising me to locate something called kernel. But as these later kernels provide me with no obvious benefits, I continue to boot 2. Any idea how to get it working with that driver? Install RutilT sudo apt-get install rutilt 2.
This thread is “Patched for Injection etc Problem compiling RT73 driver. I think it is a hardware problem. Unable to resolve dependencies!
Open up a shell and type: I used the same driver from serialmoney for injection for years and finally with karmic it wouldn’t compile at all. In previous versions the driver allocated its own memory and hacked it into the netdev structure.
Funnily enough I’ve had the latest BT3 image sat on my desktop for a while now but I have got around to trying it out yet. Hopefully a corrected version of the driver will be released shortly.
Ralink RT2501USB/RT2571W (RT73) devices
A problem has come up in bbacktrack when I attempt to build the driver: I have not tested the mac driver’s monitor mode and injection capabilities, so you may have to try both and see which works best.
Sorry – meant to post back. It uses default kernel memory allocation for devices’ private data area.
Here are the options:. Thanks I dunno what to say really If you’re running a generic 2. As to getting your card going, can you open up a command prompt and type “iwconfig” and tell me what you see.
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Cannot load rt73 driver with 2. I follow all steps and get stuck at: I got ARP replay attack working flawlessly.
Depends what you need it for I guess. Yes, my password is: I’ve seen other people say that KDE has problems with nvidia cards in general. Compiling and installing RT73 driver on Slackware However, I have found the connection to be very unstable with rt73usb. But this is really the objective. If I had NO connectivity, I’d be in, boots and all, but at this point – for me – the simplest, most rational thing to do is keep booting the last kernel that worked out of the box with the rr73 device I need to talk to any other hacktrack on this planet.
I’ll have to look into this.