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    I'll try both

    No I didn't notice. I will have a look at that, in additon tonight I will be home again and can test with another DHCP-server.

    Best Regards
    Selepo
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    Drivers in Ubuntu / Backtrack 4 (Pre Final)

    root@Ubuntu:~/Desktop$ lshw -C network
    *-network:0
    description: Wireless interface
    product: Atheros AR5001X+ Wireless Network Adapter
    vendor: Atheros...
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    I'll post drivers later.

    Yes, I have tested wireshark :) (I'm on a hotel with lot of open hotspots, I just needed so if the driver was working.
    /Selepo
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    Unfortunently that won't help

    Yes, I have tried after a fresh reboot and as you see from the code listings below the card is in managed mode.( iwconfig...)

    However, I really do appreciate the help you are giving me, not sure...
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    Ok, but...

    Sorry, I was unclear. I can start wicd in menu or in a terminal window. However nothing happens. I see nothing on the screen... (There is no result from the action clicking on wicd).

    /Selepo
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    Wicd

    Sure, but it only seems to go to the background. Where can I find something that will help me connect ? Is there a GUI ?
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    :(Hi, I have problems getting dhcp client to work...

    :(Hi, I have problems getting dhcp client to work with my BT4 install.

    The wireless card can be actviated using ifconfig wlan0 up. It can then scan (e.g. iwlist wlan0 scan, and can also listen to...
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    Issue solved

    I solved by installing Ubuntu using PXE-boot, and then do a dual boot install of BT4 using Ubuntu. ;)
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    How to install BT4 using PXE-boot ?

    Hi I have an old laptop without CD-ROM, or USB boot capabilties. I have previously succeded in installing Xubuntu 9.04 using PXE-boot. Would it be possible to do something similar using BT4 and how...
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