ok...i have bt3 on my flash drive and i ran everything and tried to use my Belkin F5D8071 but it wasn't detected.so i searched for ways to do this.i found posts of people saying it works out of the box and others with posts on installing drivers for it. i have tried out this article
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like i read in a posts, but when it gets to the
i don't know what to do. i tried different things but i didn't know what i was doing so nothing worked.anyone have any iinfo that could help?
I feel your pain; when I did a search I found the following:
* Works out of the box.
Belkin F5D8071C N1 Wireless
* Standards : IEEE 802.11n (draft), IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b
* FCC ID : K7SF5D8071C [FCC Info]
* Driver :
* Chipset : RALINK RT2860T
* lspci output :
* Special Notes : Previously Known as F5D8071/A/B/C
courtland on April 2nd, 2008 4:11 am
hey guys, this is really neat. i have a 17″ macbook pro and i am running backtrack 3 under parallels. ive also got a partition for Fedora Core 5 (for school). Now that i have started backtrack 3 in text mode i can see that there is still a GUI and a (KDE??) “start menu” like windows. when i opened it, i saw backtrack, et al utilities like aircrack, kismet, etc. so now i guess i dont have to install all of these apps to get started.
today i went out and bought the Belkin N1 wireless card (F5D8071) with the Atheros chipset. is this all i need to get into into monitor mode while running kismet? and another question, will i be able to crack my own home network with my current computer setup?
i know that i need to somehow get the backtrack 3 partition to read the from the Belkin card and that is where i am having issues.
your input is greatly appreciated…
Sorry, but I can't help,