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    Re: wicd will not start

    have you tried /etc/init.d/networking start ?

    i suppose you could use dhclient <interface here>

    or wicd start or if that does'nt work /etc/init.d/wicd start ,, then go to Kmenu>Internet>Wicd...
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    There is a thread on this forum called "Backtrack...

    There is a thread on this forum called "Backtrack 4 Working Hardware".
    It has laptops, usb cards, and other bits and pieces.
    Its on the main page, so i dont know how you could of missed it.
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    are you trying to connect to your wireless...

    are you trying to connect to your wireless network?
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    Yeah its a good quick way to get it going. I...

    Yeah its a good quick way to get it going. I posted this a few months ago on remote exploit group on facebook (my name is Kris Brown).
    As far as i know the wiki has no entry for this.
    If it...
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    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-gener...

    hxxp://forums.remote-exploit.org/backtrack-4-general-support/30390-cant-start-wireless.html





    The post above yours.
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    have you tried /etc/init.d/networking start...

    have you tried /etc/init.d/networking start first?

    i suppose you could use dhclient <interface here>

    or wicd start or if that does'nt work /etc/init.d/wicd start ,, then go to...
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    airodump-ng --encrypt wep wlan0 oh i forgot,...

    airodump-ng --encrypt wep wlan0

    oh i forgot, you can swap wep for wpa, opn etc.
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