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Thread: How to insert my drivers to Backtrack 3 with the kernel?

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    Default How to insert my drivers to Backtrack 3 with the kernel?

    Hi Guys.
    I want to use a Intel Wifi-Link 5100 for Aircrack-ng and so on.
    Right now i found out, that i have to use backtrack 3 instead of XP.
    After downloading Backtrack 3 i found out, that i need special drivers for my Wifi-Card to enable Monitor Mode.

    I downloaded the Linux-Kernel linux-2.6.27-rc7 and addet 3 new Intel-drives which seem to enable Monitor Mode.

    But now i have got a problem:
    I have Backtrack 3 - I have a Linux-Kernel with my new drivers.
    How do i put them together? How do i inject the new kernel with my new wifi-drivers to backtrack?

    Thanks a lot
    Martinelli

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    Quote Originally Posted by martinelli View Post
    Hi Guys.
    I want to use a Intel Wifi-Link 5100 for Aircrack-ng and so on.
    Right now i found out, that i have to use backtrack 3 instead of XP.
    After downloading Backtrack 3 i found out, that i need special drivers for my Wifi-Card to enable Monitor Mode.

    I downloaded the Linux-Kernel linux-2.6.27-rc7 and addet 3 new Intel-drives which seem to enable Monitor Mode.

    But now i have got a problem:
    I have Backtrack 3 - I have a Linux-Kernel with my new drivers.
    How do i put them together? How do i inject the new kernel with my new wifi-drivers to backtrack?

    Thanks a lot
    Martinelli
    you may want check out this thread
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=13426

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