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    To all the people here asking what kind of card to get:

    Do a search for SR71X Ubiquiti, I'm a hardcore fanboy of Ubiquiti. They make some great shiz like a spectrum analyzer for 40 bills.... thats friggin tits.
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    I have a Broadcom 14e4:4312 wireless driver, which according to the wiki is supported.

    How can I activate the driver? Not even my ethernet is working :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geniro View Post
    I have a Broadcom 14e4:4312 wireless driver, which according to the wiki is supported.

    How can I activate the driver? Not even my ethernet is working :/
    A good idea would have been to put this info in your other thread.
    This thread is a list of compatible chipsets. Not "I can't get my card to work".
    Also there is no need to double post.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
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    If you are new to Back|Track
    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerror View Post
    To all the people here asking what kind of card to get:

    Do a search for SR71X Ubiquiti, I'm a hardcore fanboy of Ubiquiti. They make some great shiz like a spectrum analyzer for 40 bills.... thats friggin tits.
    I just got my SR71x card today, and BT3 and BT4 do not recognize it.
    I did some research, and I believe that ath_hal needs to be loaded to recognize the card, however, I am still reading on how to do this, and I have a gut feeling that is only part of the problem, but until I can get past that point, I won't know where to go next.

    As of yet, I haven't been able to find the "loader.conf" file

    At least I am trying, we were all noobs once.

    Any help would be appreciated, I am running out of smokes, and I may damage some equipment if I can't get to the store.

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    Can u tell me are SR71X and SRX Ubiquiti cards compatible with backtrack 3/4beta?? Thanks 4 reply.

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    is a atheros AR928x compatible with any of the bachtrack's???

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    Default UBIQUITY : What about the SR71C ?

    Hello. I wanted to ask, whether anybody have made experience with the SR71C from Ubiquity?

    It is not posted in the database, but the product page says, it is easily usable with linux.

    Will it be worth buying this card, will it have advantages compared to the old src?

    THX in advandce.
    FIAT IUSTITIA ET PEREAT MUNDUS

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    thanks for the url, much time saved on searching.

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    thank you. this is very helpful

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    hi
    i think there must some correction done on this list!
    i have d-link dwl 520+ which shown green in the list but it is not (at least in new kernels) detected or capable of manual installation at most distrus like fedora -slitaz - dsl - knoppix - backtrack - ,.. only ubuntu work with it !
    thanks anyway!

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