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    weird network issues

    I'm using backtrack 5 gnome 64-bit (md5 sum is good), everything is working normally. apart from one thing: while I can actually connect to any wireless network using the wireless network manager,...
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    Re: Gnome 64-bit network issues

    after dawdling around on the forums, i noticed the recommendation of using lspci (or lsusb) to check for drivers.
    this is my output, which i believe suggests that that isn't the problem

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    Gnome 64-bit network issues

    I am on a dell inspiron n5110, it's network card is a: Intel«Centrino« Wireless-N 1000, 802.11 g/n
    now i know (for sure) that the a/g/n model of the same card works with backtrack but i din't see...
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    Hack Windows: System privilege command prompt

    This is a very easy crack, allowing you to open a windows command prompt with system privileges at log-in. shouldn't take more than 3 minutes. It replaces sethc.exe which can be invoked at start-up...
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    Sticky: Re: Official hello thread

    hi everyone:cool:
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    question

    I'm using a dell inspiron n5110 with the following wireless card: Intel«Centrino« Wireless-N 1000, 802.11 g/n
    when i try to get airmon-ng working, it won't say anything under chipset, driver,...
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    Backtrack5 (gnome or kde)64-bit won't start

    I am running windows 7 64-bit so that's not the issue.
    Both .iso files were checked to verify that their md5sums were correct, and sure enough they weren't corrupted.
    Here is what is happening:
    I...
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