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    Post backtrack 4 R1 bug airodump-ng error : ioctl(siocsifflags) failed: unknow error 132

    Hello,
    I am a french starter with bactrack 4 R1 , CD live.
    I want to hack my wifi with my computer msi cx620.
    I read this : Aircrack-ng, aireplay-ng, airodump-ng, Tutorial crack cle wep


    When i write on shell konsole : airmon-ng
    i have :
    interface chipset driver
    wlan0 atheros ath9k - [phy0]

    after
    When i write on shell konsole : airmon-ng start wlan0
    i have :
    interface chipset driver
    wlan0 atheros ath9k - [phy0] ioctl(siocsifflags) failed: unknow error 132
    (monitor mode enabled on mon0)


    after
    When i write on shell konsole : airmon-ng
    i have :
    interface chipset driver
    wlan0 atheros ath9k - [phy0]
    mon0 atheros ath9k - [phy0]

    why i have ioctl(siocsifflags) eror 132? can you help me ?

    many thanks for your help,

    Lionceau,

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    Default Re: backtrack 4 R1 bug airodump-ng error : ioctl(siocsifflags) failed: unknow error

    Not a bug moved.
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    Default 回复: backtrack 4 R1 bug airodump-ng error : ioctl(siocsifflags) failed: unknow er

    I met the same problem;

    I use vmware 7.1.2 + Bt4 rc1,

    after i re-installed the wlan model, the problem seems to be solved.

    1. ensure u are using the linux 2.6.x kernel.
    2. download the rfkill tool.
    Ubuntu -- 在 lucid *的 rfkill 软件包详细信息
    here you can get it.
    3. reload the wifi model after boot.

    use lsmod|grep to find out your wifi model.
    mine is rtl8187,

    try below commands, problem may gone..
    rmmod rtl8187
    rfkill block all
    rfkill unblock all
    modprobe rtl8187
    rfkill unblock all
    ifconfig wlan0 up -- mine is wlan0

    It seems to be a bug,
    see the follow link..

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...ux/+bug/464559

    hope it can help you!

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    Default Re: 回复: backtrack 4 R1 bug airodump-ng error : ioctl(siocsifflags) failed: unkno

    Quote Originally Posted by doomwarrior View Post
    I met the same problem;

    I use vmware 7.1.2 + Bt4 rc1,

    after i re-installed the wlan model, the problem seems to be solved.

    1. ensure u are using the linux 2.6.x kernel.
    2. download the rfkill tool.
    Ubuntu -- 在 lucid *的 rfkill 软件包详细信息
    here you can get it.
    3. reload the wifi model after boot.

    use lsmod|grep to find out your wifi model.
    mine is rtl8187,

    try below commands, problem may gone..
    rmmod rtl8187
    rfkill block all
    rfkill unblock all
    modprobe rtl8187
    rfkill unblock all
    ifconfig wlan0 up -- mine is wlan0

    It seems to be a bug,
    see the follow link..

    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...ux/+bug/464559

    hope it can help you!
    how to load the rf kill in bt???

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