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    Sticky: Re: BackTrack 4 R1 Development release

    I noticed the rt2860.bin firmware file is missing from /lib/firmware so you may be missing your necessary firmware file as well. Also, can someone provide specific instructions for...
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    Sticky: Re: BackTrack 4 R1 Development release

    RT2860 comes up using the rt2860sta driver. It is my understanding that as of 2.6.33 the rt2800pci driver is included with the kernel (and there are files referencing rt2800pci in /usr/src/....). ...
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    Compat-Wireless driver

    The Compat-Wireless driver is supposed to support injection with the RT2860 which is a very popular wireless card included in netbooks. Although there is support for the RT2860 in BT4, it does not...
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    Thanks Pureh@te. Now when I update the kernel, I...

    Thanks Pureh@te. Now when I update the kernel, I obviously can't do the reboot from within the chroot'ed environment. Should I do the fix-splash before exiting though?

    Thanks again!
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    Thanks for trying... Anyone else have any idea?

    Thanks for trying...

    Anyone else have any idea?
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    Kernel upgrade & USB with persistent changes

    I tried following the instructions on the O.S. Blog to upgrade the kernel to 2.6.30.5 on my USB with persistent changes (i.e. casper r/w). The process appeared to complete successfully. However,...
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    I checked the "bleeding edge" version of the...

    I checked the "bleeding edge" version of the compat-wireless 2.6 drivers and they do not seem to include the rt2800pci driver... :(

    Can anyone provide guidance on how to compile this driver from...
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    From what I've been reading, it seems that what's...

    From what I've been reading, it seems that what's contained in git package listed above is the entire kernel which from my interpretation has to be compiled and installed. If I remember right,...
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    Tried compiling the driver in the "rt2x00" folder...

    Tried compiling the driver in the "rt2x00" folder but had no luck... Error was:

    make: *** No Targets. Stop.

    Any ideas....?
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    RT2860 injection may finally be here!

    It seems the rt2x00 project has finally added support for the RT2860. If you look at:

    hxxp://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/ivd/rt2x00.git;a=summary

    ...you will see that support for the...
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    One big advantage I can think of the persistent...

    One big advantage I can think of the persistent live install is that you still have other tools available such as forensic mode and the memory test. *Also, it would definitely be portable so you can...
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    I understan. What you're saying about it not...

    I understan. What you're saying about it not being a "real" installation. However, it seems more of a semantics issue as they both act quiye similarly. I'm still trying to find out the pros and...
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    Thanks for the reply. Actually, my question was...

    Thanks for the reply. Actually, my question was more comparing the two installation types (USB persistent vs HD) with the destination media being an SD card in either case. I know there are some...
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    USB Persistent vs HD Install

    Hello. Just wondering if anyone can shed some light on what the pros and cons would be in using a "USB Persistent" installation vs. a hard drive installation when looking to use BT4 on an SD card in...
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