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    Default I need to learn a couple of things

    I'm startin' now on backtrack, well, the truth is that i'm starting working on linux and i need to learn some basic things, here they go:

    The first one:
    How can I open a flash drive on my notebook working backtrack? Is there something like "my computer"?

    2nd:
    I wanna know when i'm trying to get access to a WEP network when i use for exemple:

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e SSID -a HisMAC ... etc..

    If his SSID has an space beetween its name i mean, for exemple "Home Network" I can't type aireplay-ng -1 0 -e Home Network cause it understands the word after the space as another command or so. how can i do that?


    i believe that's all
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    sorry i misundersood u i think that u should type it in like this
    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e "Home Network"

    But in wep U dont have to use ssid, u can use bssid APs mac adress
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    Default Re: I need to learn a couple of things

    Put in flash driver linux kernel will see it. Will probably be /dev/sda or sdb
    mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb

    Or he can skip mac and let aireplay auto find the mac of ap only using -e bssid

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    Default Re: I need to learn a couple of things

    Quote Originally Posted by rc0101 View Post
    I'm startin' now on backtrack, well, the truth is that i'm starting working on linux and i need to learn some basic things, here they go:

    The first one:
    How can I open a flash drive on my notebook working backtrack? Is there something like "my computer"?

    2nd:
    I wanna know when i'm trying to get access to a WEP network when i use for exemple:

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e SSID -a HisMAC ... etc..

    If his SSID has an space beetween its name i mean, for exemple "Home Network" I can't type aireplay-ng -1 0 -e Home Network cause it understands the word after the space as another command or so. how can i do that?


    i believe that's all
    thx[/COLOR]
    Hey go into synaptic package manager and find usbmount. It worked well for me. It automatically mounted my usb when I plugged it in. It also recognized my ntfs windows partition.

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    Default Re: I need to learn a couple of things

    well, let me show where's my doubt, the link u sent me says:



    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e teddy -a 00:14:6C:7E:40:80 -h 00:0F:B5:88:AC:82 ath0


    that's ok, but this -e teddy is my point, my ESSID isn't teddy or network, it's nammed "HOME NETWORK" with space beetween the words and when i try to do:

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e HOME NETWORK -a ...

    it doesn't work, cause it understands -e HOME well but the network word as another command or such, i tried to put:

    -e "HOME NETWORK" but it didn't work too

    helpz!

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