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    Review of the Alfa AWUS036H on BT3 beta

    Hello again,

    Time for yet another review of the Alfa AWUS036H USB adapter. :D

    This time, I'm using the stock drivers provided with BT3 beta. Here goes:

    Upon connection, the following...
  2. That's good to know. Thanks for the...

    That's good to know. Thanks for the verification.

    I recall seeing those drivers while researching prior to purchasing my Alfa. I probably would have given them a try, but I almost always lean...
  3. Heh, glad to hear you got a new technique from my...

    Heh, glad to hear you got a new technique from my post. Laziness tends to be a good motivator for such finds, and I'm plenty lazy. I became quite tired of having to continually run iwconfig just to...
  4. Ahh, so if I did that, could I simplify if...

    Ahh, so if I did that, could I simplify


    if search != "TRUE":

    to this:


    if not search:
  5. Perhaps I should change the topic of this thread...

    Perhaps I should change the topic of this thread to indicate it is a review of the drivers under a *new* kernel. :-) I have not even attempted to use the built-in BT drivers, and I am running a...
  6. Well, as you will see in my first post above, ...

    Well, as you will see in my first post above,

    airmon-ng stop
    works, but

    airmon-ng start
    does not. At least, for me.

    Has anyone else had a different result?
  7. Python tool that combines genbuf.pl and pattern_offset.rb

    Hello all.

    This is a little python script I wrote not long ago while starting to learn Python. It's very straight forward. It combines the features of genbuf.pl and pattern_offset.rb into one...
  8. Don't worry about the inactive LED on the Alfa...

    Don't worry about the inactive LED on the Alfa under Linux. The only time I see the Alfa LED light up is upon initial connection, when the drivers are autoloaded. There is just a quick flash of the...
  9. That's a good idea. I'll see about building a...

    That's a good idea. I'll see about building a full howto on new kernel compilation for BT2 this weekend. Unless you've installed a custom kernel under BT2, your current setup won't do you much...
  10. Awesome to hear my post was good info for you! ...

    Awesome to hear my post was good info for you! :D

    I most certainly will continue to update this thread as new drivers are released. Especially if I see enough interest in it.
  11. Thanks for the reply. Hopefully, this thread can...

    Thanks for the reply. Hopefully, this thread can help to shed some light for ppl trying to decide on which adapter they want to buy.
  12. Alfa AWUS036H testing results with different driver sources (part 2)

    Now, on to the rtl8187 drivers found in the 2.6.23 and above Linux Kernel:

    I have to admit, even though I am nowhere near a n00b at compiling my own kernel (Running Slackware since '93), for some...
  13. Alfa AWUS036H testing results with different driver sources

    Hello everyone,

    The purpose of this thread is to share some experiences with my new Alfa AWUS036H 802.11b/g USB adapter. This is NOT a list of complaints, or a plea for help. I'm quite content...
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