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    Member Krytical's Avatar
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    Default help with bt wifi (non hacking)

    Hi, I recently have been flashing a couple of my friends firmware on their routers with dd-wrt, only after I flash them, the laptop I'm on seems to cache the old connection and then won't connect to any of the routers (works in windows, not on BT) and it actually shows the old routers name (rather old firmwares)


    so I am wondering where this "cache" or whatever is causing this can be cleaned/fixed...

    or is it something else all together?

    it is installed on my hdd

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    try the following commands:

    Code:
    dhcpcd -k eth1
    rm /etc/dhcpc/*
    assuming your interface is eth1

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    And if you used dhclient, you will have to rm the pid file in /var/run/

    Code:
    rm -rf /var/run/dhclient*
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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