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    Default Wireless Network Compatiblility

    I'm using a Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG and i can't seem to access BT2 with it on. I have to type bt no hotspot acpi=off to enter BT2 but it can't detect my drivers.

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    you have done NO research here yet.....

    THERE'S PLENT OF THREADS HERE EXPLAINING HOW TO LOAD THE 3945 DRIVER FOR NORMAL CONNECTION AND HOW TO INSTALL THE RAW DRIVERS FOR INJECTION .....

    SEARCH BEFORE ASK NEXT TIME !!!!
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Here's a bit of information...
    I can't post links yet, so, it on the Back|Track2 Documentation page; HCL: Wireless

    [edit] IPW3945
    Driver : IPW3945
    Special Notes : Enable the drivers via KDE menu or cd /usr/src/drivers/ipw3945-1.2.0/ && ./load
    Special Notes : Enters monitor mode, but cannot inject
    Special Notes : You may need to start the image with "bt irqpoll" Good way to tell: you see what looks like function call backtraces on startup and the suggestion to run "bt irqpoll" scrolls by pretty fast. Check your dmesg for more details if it scrolls too fast for you.
    [edit] IPW3945
    Driver : IPWRAW, A guide can be found [here]
    Or an easy to use lzm module can be found here [here]
    Note : This driver is not included in Backtrack2 by default.
    Special Notes : Locked in monitor mode and can be used in all aireplay-ng attacks.
    For Kismet, edit your Kismet.conf to "source=ipw3945,wifi0,Intel"
    ifconfig wifi0 down
    #Change to AP BSSID
    nano /sys/class/net/wifi0/device/bssid
    # Channel of AP
    nano /sys/class/net/wifi0/device/channel
    # Change from 108 to 2
    nano /sys/class/net/wifi0/device/rate
    ifconfig wifi0 up
    airodump-ng rtap0
    #wifi0 is used for all other commands.

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