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    Question How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    Hi,
    i want to use the above device with backtrack and read some where that one needs to install
    rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.2.tar.bz2
    to get this card working. i downloaded the same but i dont know how to install these drivers using commands specified.
    plz do some help to get this card working.
    Thanks!!

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    Default Re: How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    Well if you want to learn how what's stopping you from reading documentation that is either provided with the driver or available on the internet?
    We are not here to do your basic research for you. You might want to start by looking here on the forums since there are plenty of threads about this subject. There is a high probability that this card is already supported "out-of-the-box" in BT 4.

    If you get stuck then feel free to post back with the detailed and relevant information.

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    Default Re: How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    Quote Originally Posted by ajlajl View Post
    Hi,
    i want to use the above device ..
    Well i also had several questions like you but what i did was i read the forums a lot and got rt73 working.
    No no pain no gain and there is no shortcut to the success.Still i can help you.
    Copy the downloaded file to the desktop and type----
    CODE--
    tar -xjf rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.3.tar.bz2
    cd rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.3/Module
    make

    make install
    modprobe rt73

    to find interface - type code
    airmon-ng
    it will show you the
    Interface Chipset Driver
    rausb0 Ralink 2573 (urs can be different) USB rt73

    (IMPORTANT
    If you have a new kernel that supports mac80211 and includes the new rt73usb driver then you MUST blacklist it otherwise the ieee80211 version of the module below will not work. See blacklisting mac80211 driver version.)

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    Default Re: How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    Once I get to the make command before it run it displays this...
    WARNING: Symbol version dump /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.30.9/Module.symvers
    is missing; modules will have no dependencies and modversions.

    Is this serious, how can I get those files?

    Everything else seems to have run succesfully however when I input airmon-ng I still have no devices coming up.

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    Default Re: How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    This card is supported out-of-the-box in BackTrack 4 R1.

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    Default Re: How to install driver for TP-link tl321g

    hi there
    so theres the thing :
    lately i downloaded bt3/bt4/bt4 R1( ill explain why all of them).
    started with bt3 and tried to get my TL-wn321g to work tho no matter what i tried nothing worked even i tried to follow the commands shown here and in other forums + looked all what available on youtube, and still, NOTHING
    so i passed to bt4 thinking it would help tho nothing again. then i saw here a post wich says that my adapter is supported in bt4 R1. so in each and every one of them when i started a msg appeared wich said :
    "USB controller initialization faild.
    A supported host USB driver was not found. If you have installed USB traffic monitoring software on the host system, please remove it.

    Virtual USB controller has been disconnected."---> i uninstalled my card and its utility tried to log, then to connect the adapter and install it tho still nothing.I trie to uninstall the utility only but same thing.

    after starting : startx.
    i tried the next commands :
    1) airmon-ng / under the interface,chipset,driver....empty line, nothing.

    2) iwconfig /shows only the lo and eth0, both with "no wireless extemsions'

    3) /etc/init.d/networking start / all the eth/ath+wlan0 says no such device.

    im out of ideas even tried to install the rt73 driver but after i reach to the code "cd rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.3/Module" it says : " no such file or directory"

    tho i followed the exact instruction : quote > "Copy the downloaded file to the desktop and type----
    CODE--
    tar -xjf rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.3.tar.bz2
    cd rt73-k2wrlz-3.0.3/Module
    make

    make install
    modprobe rt73

    to find interface - type code
    airmon-ng
    it will show you the
    Interface Chipset Driver
    rausb0 Ralink 2573 (urs can be different) USB rt73"

    any help or idea would be appreciated.....

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