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    Default How to install Aircrack for Linux?

    Hey guys.

    I am complete noobie to Unix/Linux world so please have mercy on me.

    I have been trying to get Aircrack-ng to work within BT3. I've got as far has getting a supported wireless card (NetGear WG511T) and getting the PC card to work within BT3. I have downloaded the Madwifi driver and patch but not sure how I go about correctly installing them. I know it is done through the terminal but I am not sure where I am suppose to store the packages or the proper commands.
    I am also not sure if I need to install the madwifi driver anyways since it is recognize by BT3..?? I did read that the madwifi patch is necessary in order to do packet injections, correct?

    I was reading a site on how to install Aircrack from the terminal, but I am unsure where actually I am suppose to create/place the tools/wifi folders? I would have thought perhaps root folder?

    Code:
    cd /tools/wifi
    tar zxvf aircrack-[version].tgz
    cd aircrack-[version]
    make 
    make install
    If anyone has the patience to assist or direct me to some dummy proof tutorials, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctgreen View Post
    Hey guys.

    I am complete noobie to Unix/Linux world so please have mercy on me.

    I have been trying to get Aircrack-ng to work within BT3.
    Aircrack-ng is already installed in BT3 Beta.
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