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    Hello,

    I have installed bt3 final on my dell Latitude C600.
    But bt doesn't recognize my network adapter.
    I've searched the dell site but no drivers for linux.
    Is there a way to get the network adapter started!


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    are you sure it doesn't recognize your network adapter? Have you tried starting networing as explained in ever 2nd post on the forum? If yes, will you post us the steps you took to do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xorred View Post
    are you sure it doesn't recognize your network adapter? Have you tried starting networing as explained in ever 2nd post on the forum? If yes, will you post us the steps you took to do it?
    Could you please provided me those steps!

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    Could you try the search function in the forum? Or the wiki: http://backtrack.offensive-security.com/index.php/Howto

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    Hello I found the following information:

    backtrack.offensive-security.com/index.php
    title=Howto:_How_to_configure_your_Network_Card

    But when I try ifconfig eth0 up i get the following message:
    eth0: ERROR while getting inteface flags: No such device

    So i think that BT3final didn't install my network adapter!

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    Default ifconfig

    ifconfig <ret>

    print results here

    Since you are running Windows describe and name the wireless adapter here also.
    Lux sit

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfoot View Post
    ifconfig <ret>

    print results here

    Since you are running Windows describe and name the wireless adapter here also.
    Print result:
    ret: error fetching interface information: Device not found

    It's not a wireless adapter but a internal lan network adapter

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    OK

    just type the command:

    ifconfig

    then press return and describe the result

    OK different words same meaning.

    Start up Windows and go to internet connections and describe what it says like Intel pro 100 or similar
    Lux sit

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    Ifconfig results:

    lo
    link encap:Local Loopback
    inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0
    .........

    No windows on this notebook, I will try to boot a diagnostics system to give you information about the network adapter

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    Default lspci

    No, bt is ok.

    type:

    lspci

    press return

    type results
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