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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    Hi. Another newbie here.
    I have successfully patched scrypt and airmon-ng worked. But after system reboot all changes were lost. How to make changes persistent? (with minimum fuss hopefully). Thanks!

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    Do you think its because I used universal usb installer instead of unetbootin?

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    All right guys, I found a solution.
    Go to /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/
    Open airmon-ng as text (with KWrite)
    Find: if [ x$DRIVER = "xiwlagn" ] (generally around linkes 330 (mine is on 327)
    See the second if?
    There, before the while about 12 lines after, type in the following:
    IS_LINK=`echo "$DECTED_STR" | grep Link | wc -l`
    ttmp=$IS_LINK
    (Leave the next two lines the same)
    Then type in:
    if [ ttmp = "1" ]
    then
    FOUND=`echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS | grep Link | wc -l`
    else
    FOUND=`echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS | grep Wireless | wc -l`
    fi
    (thats all)
    now save

    open konsole cd /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/
    airmon-ng should now work

    Remember that -l is a lowercase -L, not a -1 (which was my problem. it makes a difference)
    This is really worth the trouble

    Still got problems? feel free to email me NO EMAIL REQUIRED.

    BackTrack 5r1 x64 (installed to USB with UNetBootin)

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    Quote Originally Posted by yprovenance View Post
    Do you think its because I used universal usb installer instead of unetbootin?
    I am having this same problem and I used unetbootin to write the .iso to my usb stick. If fact, none of my changes save to the usb. I installed a flash plugin so my flash works and I had to reinstall next boot. This is pretty frustrating. Is there something we can do to correct this? Thanks!
    -MrBucket

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    I received alot of help from these boards so I feel obligated to return the favor. When I installed backtrack5, and ran airmon-ng, my network adapter wasn't recognized and I'd get that "loop".
    I sent many hours trying to install the "patch", without any luck.

    Eventually I was able to get my network adapted recognized, and it should work for you too. I am not sure if this is the correct way of doing it but it worked for me. Here's what I did.

    (Backup any file that you edit incase you want to return it to it's original state)

    Step 1. - "Copy the airmon-ng file "pentest/exploits/set/src/wireless/airmon-ng"

    Step2. - "Go to the folder "pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts"

    Step.3 - Replace the "airmon-ng" file in "pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/airmon-ng" with the "airmon-ng" file from "pentest/exploits/set/src/wireless/airmon-ng"

    Thats It!!

    Go test it out!!

    Leave a reply letting me know if it worked please.

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    the above solution didn't work for me

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    Quote Originally Posted by deviate View Post
    Hi. Another newbie here.
    I have successfully patched scrypt and airmon-ng worked. But after system reboot all changes were lost. How to make changes persistent? (with minimum fuss hopefully). Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by MrBucket22 View Post
    I am having this same problem and I used unetbootin to write the .iso to my usb stick. If fact, none of my changes save to the usb. I installed a flash plugin so my flash works and I had to reinstall next boot. This is pretty frustrating. Is there something we can do to correct this? Thanks!
    -MrBucket
    just add a persistance. in unetboot its that "space used to preserve files across reboots (ubuntu only)" option. and since backtrack is based on ubuntu, itll work fine.

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    Question Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    Mine (BT5R1 x32 GNOME) looks a bit different and am not sure what changes to make. Appreciate your help!

    -----------extracted script-------------
    if [ x$DRIVER = "xiwlagn" ]
    then
    CHIPSET="Intel 4965/5xxx/1xxx"

    DETECTED_STR="'dmesg | grep iwlagn | grep Detected | tail -n 1'"
    LINK_POS="3"
    FOUND="0"

    if [ x"$DETECTED_STR" != "x" ]
    then
    while [ $FOUND = "0" ]
    do
    FOUND='echo "DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS | grep Link | wc -l'
    LINK_POS=$(($LINK_POS+1))
    done

    TEMP_CHIPSET='echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS'

    case "x${TEMP_CHIPSET}" in
    # x5100AGN)
    # CHIPSET="Intel $TEMP_CHIPSET"
    # ;;
    x5300)
    TYPE_TEMP='echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $(($LINK_POS+1)) | awk -F, '{ print $1 }' '
    CHIPSET="Intel ${TEMP_CHIPSET}${TYPE_TEMP}"
    ;;
    x1000)
    TYPE_TEMP='echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $[$LINK_POS+2]'
    CHIPSET="Intel ${TEMP_CHIPSET}${TYPE_TEMP}"
    ;;
    *)
    CHIPSET="Intel $TEMP_CHIPSET"
    ;;
    esac
    fi
    fi


    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by yprovenance View Post
    All right guys, I found a solution.
    Go to /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/
    Open airmon-ng as text (with KWrite)
    Find: if [ x$DRIVER = "xiwlagn" ] (generally around linkes 330 (mine is on 327)
    See the second if?
    There, before the while about 12 lines after, type in the following:
    IS_LINK=`echo "$DECTED_STR" | grep Link | wc -l`
    ttmp=$IS_LINK
    (Leave the next two lines the same)
    Then type in:
    if [ ttmp = "1" ]
    then
    FOUND=`echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS | grep Link | wc -l`
    else
    FOUND=`echo "$DETECTED_STR" | cut -d' ' -f $LINK_POS | grep Wireless | wc -l`
    fi
    (thats all)
    now save

    open konsole cd /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/
    airmon-ng should now work

    Remember that -l is a lowercase -L, not a -1 (which was my problem. it makes a difference)
    This is really worth the trouble

    Still got problems? feel free to email me NO EMAIL REQUIRED.

    BackTrack 5r1 x64 (installed to USB with UNetBootin)

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    Default Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    I used the latest r1972 changes in aircrack forum (http://trac.aircrack-ng.org/changeset/1963) to update airmon-ng in the BT5r1 /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/ directory.

    Command line actions seem to work but somehow I could not get the script to execute? I think a airmon-ng script somewhere else is executing instead of the one I have changed in /pentest/wireless/aircrack-ng/scripts/....

    Help!

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    Default Possible Fix - Re: Intel Wifi Link 1000 BGN not working with injection in BT5

    OK - I know this is a dirty kludge, but I just had to do something (anything) get gerix going on BT5 R1, with the 1000 BGN. On BT5 R1 x64 (should work on x86/32bit also), running this command should fix the issue and get you up and cracking, with the Intel 1000 BGN wireless chip:

    cp /usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng /usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng-BAK && sed 's/| grep Link |/| grep iwlagn |/g' /usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng-BAK>/usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng


    It works perfectly for me. My card is reported as "Intel Corporation Centrino Wireless-N 1000", specifically.

    If this doesn't work for you for some reason, run this command to put your airmon-ng file back to it's original state:

    cp /usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng-BAK /usr/local/sbin/airmon-ng


    Good luck!

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