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    netpumber
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    Quote Originally Posted by shamanvirtuel View Post
    ust dl this slackware package

    http://mesh.dl.sourceforge.net/sourc...5.7-i386-1.tgz

    copy it to a temp dir
    cd to this dir

    for a real hd install
    tar -xvf wlassistant-0.5.7-i386-1.tgz
    it will create 2 dirs called "install" and "usr" dir
    copy paste the "usr" dir onto the root of filesystem, when asked click overwrite all ...

    for a usb or cd live install
    tgz2lzm wlassistant-0.5.7-i386-1.tgz wlassistant-0.5.7-i386-1.lzm
    new module created just put it in modules dir..


    now start wlanassistant, yeah !!! we see the wpa flag and new options available.... new version is now installed.....
    I did it but nothing happens.How i m going to open the wlassistant after this install. It needs and the command make install ?Thanx

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    it works......surely........

    stop wlanassistant
    go in filemanager(konqueror)
    copy the /usr directory onto "root of filesystem" (/ is the place and not /root)
    click Overwrite Always
    start wlanassistant via BT Internet Menu.....

    you must have do something wrong....it's only a copy paste there is no make or make install command to do.............

    or try it with usb live
    tgz2lzm module.tgz /pathtousb/bt/modules/wlanassistant-0.5.7.lzm
    will install it to the modules directory
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    netpumber
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    Yes, i have install it but when i open it and press connect it sya connection failed.i also have check and the ascii box.What i am going to do now???

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    Netpumber,

    See my post below. To work it has to be the HEX password...not ASCII.

    Alacrity

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    is diferent the hex op wpa2-mixed from the hex of the wpa-personal?IF NO i put the hex and for 1time again connection failed.

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