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    Cool MadWifi Drivers

    Hi Guys Just Updated My Madwfifi Drivers To the letest ones 0.9.4 And now i have no wireless extensions showing up everything was working fine till i updated the card is a Athereos AR5006EG updated the kernel.lzm i am a bit of noob wen it comes to linux any help would be great cheers .

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    Code:
     ifconfig ath0 down
     ifconfig wifi0 down
     svn checkout http://svn.madwifi.org/madwifi/trunk/ madwifi-ng
     wget http://patches.aircrack-ng.org/madwifi-ng-r3745.patch
     cd madwifi-ng
     patch -Np1 -i ../madwifi-ng-r3745.patch
     ./scripts/madwifi-unload
     make
     make install
     depmod -ae
     modprobe ath_pci
    The above will checkout the latest Madwifi-ng release and patch using Aircrack's r3745 patch - please test the above and see if you still have issues.

    http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=madwifi-ng
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    Ran Everything Listed no errors seemed to go well rebooted still no devices showing up under ifconfig or iwconfig any other ideas ?

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    quote!
    i have the same problem with 0.9.4. i followed exploitz steps to install madwifi drivers but not worked, i followed madwifi tutorial too but not worked because no wifi interfaces were found.
    solutions?

    thanks in advance

    lynx2bug0

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumberg View Post
    updated the kernel.lzm.
    Revert the changes made to kernel.lzm and see if you have any wireless interfaces, then try the procedure I posted above and see if you have any wireless interfaces
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    The problem is that you guys are not removing the old madwifi driver module first.
    before you build the new one try removing the old one like this....
    bt~#rmmod ath_pci

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