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    Default How to *export* drivers from bt3...

    Hey guys, as much as i didnt want to make my first post a nub one, i kind of have no choice...


    basically i have a card made by some no-name manufacturer (got it off ebay)

    within BT3, the card works perfectly, including packet injection... within other versions of linux [such as ubuntu 9] it also works fine, but only for normal use.



    i would like to know if there is a way to export the working drivers from BT3 into ubuntu, so that i can inject packets?


    the card's chipset comes up on bt3 as RT500, i can provide more info if needed.

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    haha. i know about that reference table, i will try the 2500 set though just for the heck of it.



    will reply with results..

    i came back to edit my reply, but i see it has not yet been approved D:




    anyways, serialmonkey is no longer serving the file (driver package) listed on the compatibility page.

    so i am back to my original question, how would i go about exporting the working drivers from BT3? that seems like it would be alot easier than trying to find a working package on the net..

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbon14c View Post
    i came back to edit my reply, but i see it has not yet been approved D:
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