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    Default Notebook (HP 6735s NA849ES) with BackTrack 3

    Hello,

    i have the following notebook: HP 6735s NA849ES
    The current OS is 'Windows Vista' cause i've bought this computer a couple of days ago, so the computer is new and i won't kill the system with my bad knowledge of linux

    If i boot the BackTrack 3 Live-CD (KDE VESA Modus, the ohters shows no GUI) the network-cards didn't get something (informations?) from the system.
    Thats the computer: hxxp://notebooksbilliger.de/product_info.php/hp+6735s+na849es+mit+250gb+festplatte+und+2gb+ram

    In the KDE Control Module of the Samba Status is this error:
    Error: Unable to open configuration file "smb.conf"


    Hope you could help or somebody has a similar problem?
    Thanks for help!

    Shame on my bad english

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    1) lspci output along with lspci -n would be handy
    2) maybe samba isn't installed?

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    1. I press the tabulator key when i'm in the boot menue on BT3 Graphics Mode (KDE VESA), than i wrote lspci -n at the and of the line, but nothing happens.
    If i execute the Wireless Assistant or some shit like that :P, the errormessage is: no wireless interface detected
    also if i type in a shell "iwconfig" the message it shows says: "lo no wirelesse extensions"
    Whats wrong?

    2. Ok, samba isn't installed, so that means it doesn't have to be installed to join a network?


    Thanks very much
    ST

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    I've taken two screenshots, maybe they could help?

    [img]hxxp://img145.imageshack.us/img145/1695/meldungenza1.png[/img]

    [img]hxxp://img184.imageshack.us/img184/6631/lsmodwq2.png[/img]


    Thanks for help
    wish you a nice day

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    Hmmmm.

    That really sucks.

    Have a new notebook and can't use it, cause the broadcom chipset wouldn't fit with linux /backtrack.

    My last question is, is there anybody who can help me by getting paid to solve my hardwareproblem?


    Greetings

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