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    I've worked in the commercial wireless sector so...

    I've worked in the commercial wireless sector so I've had the chance to try some antennas that might be cost prohibitive to most.

    My best all round omni antenna is an Inscape OA09. I also tried...
  2. Discussioni: Hackerz need jobs, too

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    I recently underwent a background check for a...

    I recently underwent a background check for a "secret" clearance. I don't have anything bad in my criminal history, but they did seem really interested in my credit history. I "passed" but I did have...
  3. Discussioni: Hackerz need jobs, too

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    Hackerz need jobs, too

    I haven't seen a thread lately about the job situation. With all the "big" company lay-offs in the news, what's an "open source" guy supposed to do?
    ...
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    I always thought that the gentoo docs...

    I always thought that the gentoo docs were one of the distro's strongest points.If you really " want to get a little more into the inner workings of linux" I can think of no better way to start than...
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    Run the "file" command on your boot.300 file. ...

    Run the "file" command on your boot.300 file.



    http://www.unixguide.net/linux/faq/04.12.shtml

    Try
    lilo -u /dev/sda

    They also mention using dd. I hope you've backed up your data. :D
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    Lilo saves a copy of your mbr when it's...

    Lilo saves a copy of your mbr when it's installed. You can use "lilo -u" to uninstall lilo and copy your original mbr back. Read the manual page. I mention this as an alternative to /fixboot or...
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    It's probably not that hard. The people that make...

    It's probably not that hard. The people that make the windows drivers don't want you to be able to inject/monitor. Why would they? They don't want you to be able to tweak your radio out of fcc spec,...
  8. Discussioni: Backtrack+Suse+Lilo

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    Lilo is looking in your currently mounted /boot...

    Lilo is looking in your currently mounted /boot folder for the kernels. If that's not where they are lilo won't be able to find them.

    Adjust your image path. If you are running lilo from BT, your...
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    You should test your antenna and pigtails. Almost...

    You should test your antenna and pigtails. Almost sounds like a bad cable termination on your pigtail. We run into this with field installed lmr-400 connections sometimes.

    I'd move closer and use...
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    Live Install to existing dualboot laptop

    Before you start you should have
    basic linux skills
    an existing dual boot system using lilo
    the desire to boot BT3 live, from the hd, without repartitioning
    an understanding of how lilo works
    an...
  11. Discussioni: startx/flux

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    I'm laughing out loud, too. ...

    I'm laughing out loud, too.

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showpost.php?p=73969&postcount=4
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    I'd worry about heat if you put it in a laptop,...

    I'd worry about heat if you put it in a laptop, if it even fit/worked. The antenna connector is also the wrong type for a laptop. Most laptops have ufl connectors (2). It would probably work fine in...
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    I've had problems with the bootinst.sh when...

    I've had problems with the bootinst.sh when running it from distros other than BT. You should try to boot off a BT cd and run the script. When I ran the script from my slackware 12.1 system I got a...
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    You should be able to use the highpower setting...

    You should be able to use the highpower setting with the drivers that come with bt3final. "iwpriv wlan0" lists highpower as an available private ioctl. No need to download any additional drivers....
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    tr0ldmand, Your solution worked fine for me...

    tr0ldmand,

    Your solution worked fine for me with bt3beta. I simply copied the mentioned files from my beta setup to bt3final and it works with it also. This laptop is the only one I've experienced...
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    Or a 2 liner modprobe -r ath_pci modprobe...

    Or a 2 liner

    modprobe -r ath_pci
    modprobe ath_pci

    or eject and re-insert your pcmcia card.
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    I agree that most routers don't have the ability,...

    I agree that most routers don't have the ability, but if you own the router and it runs some form of linux

    dsniff -i br0

    will look at all traffic coming over the bridge between your wireless...
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    If you own the router you are already the man in...

    If you own the router you are already the man in the middle. No need to arp poison, you can run a sniffer on your internal interface. Dsniff is available as an openwrt package, btw. So is tcpdump....
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    Some nefarious individuals have been known to set...

    Some nefarious individuals have been known to set up open access points in crowded areas (motels, apartments, malls, etc) for just this reason. Something to think about anytime you connect to a...
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    Are you referring to STD? It was a pretty good...

    Are you referring to STD? It was a pretty good livecd in its day. I used it a bunch. Knoppix was/is too. Knoppix is definitely bloated, but its purpose was to bring linux, easily, to the mainstream...
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    What happens if, after "learning" ubuntu, or...

    What happens if, after "learning" ubuntu, or redhat or mandriva or any of the other point and click distros, you find yourself at the command prompt of some kind of *nix server? Will you know how to...
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    The last time I mentioned linux at bestbuy the...

    The last time I mentioned linux at bestbuy the guy tried to sell me a mac. :D (true story, btw)

    It is fun to see at what point, exactly, their eyes go blank. It's usually somewhere between "linux"...
  23. Discussioni: Ubiquity SRC Driver

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    BT already has drivers that support that card...

    BT already has drivers that support that card built-in. If you install the ubiquiti drivers, it will may overwrite the modules already included.
    To build and install the ubiquiti drivers run make...
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    Most of the problems people have been having with...

    Most of the problems people have been having with the ubiquiti probably have to do with a damaged antenna connector on the card. Mine works flawlessly. My brother got one and within 2 days had...
  25. The drivers for rtl8187 are included in 2.6.24.4....

    The drivers for rtl8187 are included in 2.6.24.4. There's no reason to download older drivers and patch them. Injection with the stock 2.6.24.4 driver works flawlessly on my gentoo system.
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